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  • It requires something closer and more certain even than the divine "logoi" attributed to the historic Jesus.

    The Complex Vision

  • There is a great danger nowadays: to dissent Christ into several small parts, single logoi as it were, and then to mediate or that singular aspect, only to lose the vision of the whole.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • His Socratic writings, preserved complete, along with the dialogues of Plato, are the only surviving representatives of the genre of Sokratikoi logoi.

    AS SEEN ON TV: XENOPHON

  • In a way I somewhat agree with the thesis that a certain form of theorizing played a role in these things, but these things were products of this sort of essentialist thinking that failed to analyze the unique organization of various social assemblages logoi, instead assuming the existence of a social essence logos across all social assemblages.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • As he implies in the second sentence of his introduction, B1, his logoi are designed to be experienced, not just understood, and only those who experience them in their richness will grasp his message.

    Doctor, My Eyes

  • Although Merton doesn't seem to make the connection explicitly, this has all kinds of resonances with the Eastern Christian idea that it is the logoi, the words of God, which are the foundation of everything.

    Not Being Serious: Thomas Merton and Karl Barth

  • Beneath the common features of all think tanks -- their control desks at the entrances, their carefully designed logoi, and their proud displays of books and pamphlets known as "intellectual product" -- a world of difference appears between the institutions on the Left and on the Right.

    John Seery: Where's the Beef?

  • His logoi were designed to reveal the inanities and ineptitudes inherent in the ordinary belief in a plural world; he wanted to startle, to amaze, to disconcert.

    Zeno of Elea

  • Phaedo, was described as finding the higher logoi.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

  • Since the hypothesis of Forms is offered next, with its corollary of participating particulars, it would seem that the logoi are opinions about Forms.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

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