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  • See Erigena.

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  • Of those who compose dialogues between teacher and student a good number, such as those of Augustine, Eriugena, Anselm, Boethius, Nicolas of Cusa, expect and trace a conversion or transformation in the

    Literary Forms of Medieval Philosophy

  • If Dawkins is right, and religion is simply a “delusion,” a baroque edifice built upon a foundation of mistakes and wishful thinking, then the views of Eriugena on subjectivity are completely beside the point.

    The God Conundrum

  • Has he read Eriugena on subjectivity, Rahner on grace or Moltmann on hope?

    The God Conundrum

  • Eriugena also wrote several other works of his own.

    Medieval Philosophy

  • Curiously, the knowledge of Greek was still not quite dead in Ireland even at this late date, and Eriugena brought a knowledge of the language with him.

    Medieval Philosophy

  • On the Division of Nature (= De divisione naturae or, under a Greek title, Periphyseon) and On Predestination (= De praedestinatione), both very strongly influenced by the neo-Platonic texts Eriugena was translating.

    Medieval Philosophy

  • In the course of his diatribe against the ˜ravings™ of Gottschalk, Eriugena locates his opponent's heresy as midway between the heresy of Pelagius, which rejects the power of grace, and the opposing heresy, which denies the possibility of human freedom.

    John Scottus Eriugena

  • By nature they are eternal and incorruptible, but Eriugena also thinks of individual created things as located spatially and temporally.

    John Scottus Eriugena

  • In addition, Eriugena translated Gregory of Nyssa™s

    John Scottus Eriugena

  • Indeed there are many places where Eriugena cites texts

    John Scottus Eriugena

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