Die Wurzel allen Übels. Vorstellungen über die Herkunft des Bösen und Schlechten in der Philosophie und Religion des 1.-4. Jahrhunderts. Ratio Religionis Studien III, written by F. Jourdain/R. Hirsch-Luitpold

Die Wurzel allen Übels. Vorstellungen über die Herkunft des Bösen und Schlechten in der... Die Wurzel allen Übels. Vorstellungen über die Herkunft des Bösen und Schlechten in der Philosophie und Religion des 1.-4. Jahrhunderts. Ratio Religionis Studien III (Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum 91), Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2014.This is a collective volume containing twelve contributions on different subjects. Its focus is even wider than the title suggests, for the volume contains, not only contributions on the first to the fourth century ad, but also includes overview articles on the account of evil in the Hebrew Bible (Thomas Römer) and the Qur‘an (Dorothee Pielow). Luc Brisson presents Plato as a precursor of the late antique debate; his useful contribution can be seen as supplemented by the first part of Denis O’Brien’s paper, which provides a useful interpretation of Sophistes 258a-259a. Seven contributions discuss selected authors of the first to the fourth century: Philo (Folker Siegert), Seneca (Troels Engberg-Pedersen), the Gnostics (Zlatko Pleše), Numenius (Fabienne Jourdain), Clement of Alexandria (David T. Runia), Plotinus (Denis O’Brien), and Augustine (Bernhard Neuschäfer).Very useful are two further papers of a more general scope. Marie Hélène Congourdeau classifies the different doctrines of evil in late antiquity according to the presupposed sources of evil, such as matter (Plotinus, Mani), http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of the Platonic Tradition Brill

Die Wurzel allen Übels. Vorstellungen über die Herkunft des Bösen und Schlechten in der Philosophie und Religion des 1.-4. Jahrhunderts. Ratio Religionis Studien III, written by F. Jourdain/R. Hirsch-Luitpold

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Die Wurzel allen Übels. Vorstellungen über die Herkunft des Bösen und Schlechten in der Philosophie und Religion des 1.-4. Jahrhunderts. Ratio Religionis Studien III (Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum 91), Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2014.This is a collective volume containing twelve contributions on different subjects. Its focus is even wider than the title suggests, for the volume contains, not only contributions on the first to the fourth century ad, but also includes overview articles on the account of evil in the Hebrew Bible (Thomas Römer) and the Qur‘an (Dorothee Pielow). Luc Brisson presents Plato as a precursor of the late antique debate; his useful contribution can be seen as supplemented by the first part of Denis O’Brien’s paper, which provides a useful interpretation of Sophistes 258a-259a. Seven contributions discuss selected authors of the first to the fourth century: Philo (Folker Siegert), Seneca (Troels Engberg-Pedersen), the Gnostics (Zlatko Pleše), Numenius (Fabienne Jourdain), Clement of Alexandria (David T. Runia), Plotinus (Denis O’Brien), and Augustine (Bernhard Neuschäfer).Very useful are two further papers of a more general scope. Marie Hélène Congourdeau classifies the different doctrines of evil in late antiquity according to the presupposed sources of evil, such as matter (Plotinus, Mani),

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