By Mayme I. Logsdon
Книга A Mathematician Explains A Mathematician Explains Книги Математика Автор: Mayme I. Logsdon Год издания: 1937 Формат: djvu Издат.:University Of Chicago Press Страниц: 2 hundred Размер: 1,9 ISBN: B000O01DLG Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:A Mathematician Explains
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Camelot, "Julien, eveque d'Halicarnasse," Ca/holicisme 6 (1967), pp. 1239-40; and R. Kany, "Julianos, Bf. V. Halikarnassos," LTK 5 (I996), p. 1078. 65. For Damascene's direct reply to Julian and Gaianos, cf. • Bk. III, ch. 28 (in De jide orthodoxa. M. Buytaert eSt. -Louvain-Paderbom: Franciscan Institute-E. Nauwelaerts-F. Schoningh. 1955], p. 275). The other chief opponents ofApthartodocetism are the Monophysite Patriarch Severus of Antioch and the orthodox thinker Leontius of Byzantium (t543).
Lectura super Ioannem. ch. 1. lect. , chs. 204-5; and STID. q. 5, a. 3. For more on the position of Arius and Apo1linarius; cf. A. Gril1meier, Christ in Christian Tradition, pp. 239-43; B. Ses~ boiie and J. Wolinski, Le Dieu du sa/ut, vol. 1, "Histoire de dogmes" (paris: Desclee, 1994), pp. D. KeIly, Early Christian Creeds (London: Longmans, 1960), p. 334. Cf. as well P. Worrall, "S!. Thomas and Arianism," RTAM23 (I 956), pp. 45-100. 90. A. Grillmeier, Christ in Christian 7radition, pp. 401-2; cf.
1, aa. 2-3, and q. 2, aa. 1-3, where Damascene is cited 10 times and Augustine only 3 times. Alexander of Hales cites Damascene no less than 19 times in his discus~ sian on Jesus' human affectivity in III Sent. d. 15, nn. 1-54 (ed. Quaracchi, pp. 150-70), while Au~ gustine receives 14 references; in his treatise on Christ's passions in Summa theo!. , Bk. m, inq. 1, tr. I, q. 4, d. 3, memo 1-2 (ed. Quaracchi, pp. 58-66), Alexander cites Damascene 17 times, and Augustine 6 times. Albert makes Damascene his third most~quoted source (behind Aristotle and Augustine) in his analysis of Christ's passions in III Sent, d.
A Mathematician Explains by Mayme I. Logsdon