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Parmenides in apophatic philosophy

Author: Michael M Nikoletseas
Publisher: USA : [CreateSpace], [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In this book the author presents a novel thesis regarding apophatic philosophy. He traces the roots of "De Mystica Theologia" by Dionysius Areopagite (pseudo Dionysius) in the poem of Parmenides "peri physeos". As a secondary theme the author explores the ineffable in Greek philosophy.
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Named Person: Parmenides.; Pseudo-Dionysius, the Areopagite.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael M Nikoletseas
ISBN: 9781497532403 149753240X
OCLC Number: 891676103
Description: 154 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Michael M. Mikoletseas.

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In this book the author presents a novel thesis regarding apophatic philosophy. He traces the roots of "De Mystica Theologia" by Dionysius Areopagite (pseudo Dionysius) in the poem of Parmenides "peri physeos". As a secondary theme the author explores the ineffable in Greek philosophy.

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Amazing scholarship!

by runbnj (WorldCat user published 2020-05-28) Excellent Permalink

This is an example of the importance of good knowledge of classical Greek in interpreting ancient texts.  Dionysius' "De Mystica Theologia"appears to have its roots in Parmenides. The author documents his thesis with extensive quotes of the ancient text. This places apophatic theology in new...
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