The Many Faces of Byzantine Philosophy‏

Vient de paraître:

Börje Bydén Katerina Ierodiakonou (eds),
The Many Faces of Byzantine Philosophy

coll. “Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens”, vol. 1
Athens 2012.
243 pp.
ISBN 978-82-999128-1-5.
EURO 15.
Place orders at:
bookorder@norwinst.gr

Table of Contents

Editors’ Preface
KATERINA IERODIAKONOU: Byzantine philosophy revisited (a decade after)
DIMITER G. ANGELOV: Classifications of political philosophy and the concept of royal science in Byzantium
GEORGE ARABATZIS: Michael of Ephesus and the philosophy of living things (In De partibus animalium 22,25 – 23,9)
BÖRJE BYDÉN: A case for creationism: Christian cosmology in the 5th and 6th centuries
PANTELIS GOLITSIS: A Byzantine philosopher’s devoutness toward God: George Pachymeres’ poetic epilogue to his commentary on Aristotle’s Physics
ANTHONY KALDELLIS: Byzantine philosophy inside and out: Orthodoxy and dissidence in counterpoint
DOMINIC J. O’MEARA: Political philosophy in Michael Psellos: the Chronographia read in relation to his philosophical work
STRATIS PAPAIOANNOU: Rhetoric and the philosopher in Byzantium
MICHELE TRIZIO: On the Byzantine fortune of Eustratios of Nicaea’s commentary on Books I and VI of the Nicomachean Ethics
Index of passages
Index of names


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