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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:2550
Doc. No:b12407
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Heagg, Henny Fiskea
Title & Author:Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism/ Henny Fiskea Heagg
Publication Statement:Oxford ;New York: Oxford University Press,, 2006.
Series Statement :(Oxford early Christian studies)
Page. NO:xii, 314 p.: ; 23 cm.
ISBN:0199288089(alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [269]-295) and indexes.
Contents:Introduction -- Clement : Christian writer in second century Alexandria -- Alexandria : the social, cultural and religious world -- The origins of Alexandrian Christianity -- Clement in Alexandria : life, works and audience -- The concept of God in middle platonism -- The middle platonists, who were they? -- Main topics of middle platonic philosophy -- Theocentricity and the platonic background -- Alcinous, Numenius, and Atticus as sources for the middle platonic doctrine of the divine -- Hierarchy or levels of being -- Ineffability, divine attributes and the knowledge of God -- The question of transcendence -- Clement's method of concealment -- Esotericism and the 'secret Gospel of Mark' -- Esotericism and concealment -- Theory of symbolism : the inadequacy of language -- Esoteric knowledge and gnosis -- Clement's concept of God (i) : the apophatic essence of the Father -- The dilemma of transcendence : the ineffability of God -- The essence of God -- Clement's concept of God (ii) : the son as logos -- The doctrine of the logos -- The generation and incarnation of the logos -- Unity and distinction -- The knowledge of God -- The concept of knowledge -- The one and the one-many -- The Via Negativa -- The son as the revealer of the father : the kataphatic way -- The son as the dynamis of God -- Apophaticism and the distinction between essence and power -- Historical sketch -- The distinction between essence and dynamis -- Concluding remarks -- The reception of Clement -- Clement's contribution to apophatic theology.
Subject:Clement,of Alexandria, Saint,--approximately 150-approximately 215
Subject:Negative theologyChristianity--History of doctrines
Dewey Classification:‭230.13092‬
LC Classification:‭BR65‬‭.C66,H34 2006‬