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The Resource Mind, text, and commentary : noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius Ponticus, Blossom Stefaniw

Mind, text, and commentary : noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius Ponticus, Blossom Stefaniw

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Mind, text, and commentary : noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius Ponticus
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Mind, text, and commentary
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noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius Ponticus
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Blossom Stefaniw
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Stefaniw, Blossom
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no index present
LC call number
BS476
LC item number
.S755 2010eb
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • theses
Series statement
Early Christianity in the context of antiquity,
Series volume
v. 6
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  • Origen
  • Didymus
  • Evagrius
  • Didymus
  • Evagrius
  • Origen
  • Didymus
  • Origenes
  • Philosophy and religion
  • Christianity and other religions
  • Paganism
  • Church history
  • RELIGION
  • Christianity
  • Church history
  • Interfaith relations
  • Paganism
  • Philosophy and religion
  • Exegese
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Mind, text, and commentary : noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius Ponticus, Blossom Stefaniw
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Slightly Revision of the author's thesis--University of Erfurt, 2008
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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cr
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multicolored
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS; Chapter 1 Studying Exegesis, Interpreting Interpretation 9; Introduction 9; Sample Exegetes and Source Texts 16; Origen of Alexandria (185-254) 20; Didymus the Blind (c. 313-c. 398) 23; Evagrius Ponticus (c. 345-c. 400) 27; Terminology 28; Christians and Pagans 42; Precedent and Progress in the Interpretation of Interpretation 43; Chapter 2 What: What Manner of Thing Was The Text Beleived To Be? 59; Introduction 59; The Larger Cultural Context 63; The Nature of the Text and Exegetical Controversy 73; Traditional Texts as Media of Revelation in the Sample Commentators 86
  • The Authors of Traditional Texts as Visionaries and Prophets 96Constructing Revelation: Interpretive Maintenance of the Authority of the Text 116; Perceiving the Moral and Spiritual Referent 132; Conclusions 145; Chapter 3 Why: Under What Conditions Was Noetic Exegesis Considered Necessary? 149; Introduction 149; The Intelligible and the Sensible: Metaphysical Categories and Multiple Referents 154; Ordinary Language and Perfect Knowledge: The Paradox of Written Revelation 198; Conclusions 218; Chapter 4 How: The Performance, Embodiment, and Acquisition of Noetic Skill 221; Introduction 221
  • Contemporary Psychology and the Cognitive Equipment Used in Noetic Exegesis 228Embodying Noetic Skill: the Interpreter as Philosopher, Holy Man, or Spiritual Guide 253; Exegesis and Education: Acquiring Noetic Skill 266; Philosophical Formation in the Larger Cultural Context 270; Origen's Curriculum 276; Didymus the Blind's Curriculum 284; Evagrius and Monastic Formation 289; Conclusions 296; Chapter 5 Where: The Social and Institutional Context of Noetic Exegesis 299; Introduction 299; The Logistics of Higher Education in the Larger Culture 305; Pedagogical Logistics in Origen 313
  • Pedagogical Logistics in Didymus 319Pedagogical Logistics in Evagrius 325; Noetic Exegesis in Practice 330; The Praxis of Noetic Exegesis in Origen's School 334; The Praxis of Noetic Exegesis in the School of Didymus 340; Evagrius' Praxis of Noetic Exegesis in Instruction 345; Confession and Interpretation 356; Conclusions 363; Chapter 6 Noetic Exegesis 365; Introduction 365; A Thick Description of Noetic Exegesis 366; The Interpretive Assumptions Governing Noetic Exegesis 374; Noetic Exegesis, Neoplatonist Influence, and Cultural Context 377
  • Noetic Exegesis, Patristics, and Ancient History 384Bibliography 387; Acknowledgements 415
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Mind, text, and commentary : noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius Ponticus, Blossom Stefaniw
Publication
Note
Slightly Revision of the author's thesis--University of Erfurt, 2008
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS; Chapter 1 Studying Exegesis, Interpreting Interpretation 9; Introduction 9; Sample Exegetes and Source Texts 16; Origen of Alexandria (185-254) 20; Didymus the Blind (c. 313-c. 398) 23; Evagrius Ponticus (c. 345-c. 400) 27; Terminology 28; Christians and Pagans 42; Precedent and Progress in the Interpretation of Interpretation 43; Chapter 2 What: What Manner of Thing Was The Text Beleived To Be? 59; Introduction 59; The Larger Cultural Context 63; The Nature of the Text and Exegetical Controversy 73; Traditional Texts as Media of Revelation in the Sample Commentators 86
  • The Authors of Traditional Texts as Visionaries and Prophets 96Constructing Revelation: Interpretive Maintenance of the Authority of the Text 116; Perceiving the Moral and Spiritual Referent 132; Conclusions 145; Chapter 3 Why: Under What Conditions Was Noetic Exegesis Considered Necessary? 149; Introduction 149; The Intelligible and the Sensible: Metaphysical Categories and Multiple Referents 154; Ordinary Language and Perfect Knowledge: The Paradox of Written Revelation 198; Conclusions 218; Chapter 4 How: The Performance, Embodiment, and Acquisition of Noetic Skill 221; Introduction 221
  • Contemporary Psychology and the Cognitive Equipment Used in Noetic Exegesis 228Embodying Noetic Skill: the Interpreter as Philosopher, Holy Man, or Spiritual Guide 253; Exegesis and Education: Acquiring Noetic Skill 266; Philosophical Formation in the Larger Cultural Context 270; Origen's Curriculum 276; Didymus the Blind's Curriculum 284; Evagrius and Monastic Formation 289; Conclusions 296; Chapter 5 Where: The Social and Institutional Context of Noetic Exegesis 299; Introduction 299; The Logistics of Higher Education in the Larger Culture 305; Pedagogical Logistics in Origen 313
  • Pedagogical Logistics in Didymus 319Pedagogical Logistics in Evagrius 325; Noetic Exegesis in Practice 330; The Praxis of Noetic Exegesis in Origen's School 334; The Praxis of Noetic Exegesis in the School of Didymus 340; Evagrius' Praxis of Noetic Exegesis in Instruction 345; Confession and Interpretation 356; Conclusions 363; Chapter 6 Noetic Exegesis 365; Introduction 365; A Thick Description of Noetic Exegesis 366; The Interpretive Assumptions Governing Noetic Exegesis 374; Noetic Exegesis, Neoplatonist Influence, and Cultural Context 377
  • Noetic Exegesis, Patristics, and Ancient History 384Bibliography 387; Acknowledgements 415
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815476790
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1 online resource (416 pages)
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online
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9783653001877
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unknown
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rdamedia
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c
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LIBRARY COPY INCLUDES 1-USER PERPETUAL ACCESS TO EBOOK
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)815476790

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