Sources Chrétiennes 579—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres v-xiii); la Théologie mystique and sc 578—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres i-iv) Euros 55, written by Ysabel De Andia (Les Éditions Du Cerf : Paris, 2016)

Sources Chrétiennes 579—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres v-xiii);... Sources Chrétiennes 579—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres v-xiii); la Théologie mystique and sc 578—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres i-iv) Euros 55Ysabel De Andia’s two volume annotated translation of Pseudo-Dionysius’s Divine Names and Mystical Theology follows in the tradition of the esteemed 1958 Roques/Heil/Gandillac volume of Dionysius’s Celestial Hierarchy, also in the Sources Chrétiennes series (sc 58). The present book is the life’s work of De Andia, one of the great Dionysian scholars of the modern age. It is at once a clear translation of the Divine Names and Mystical Theology and—because it involves Dionysius’s statement on positive theology (the Divine Names) and negative theology (the Mystical Theology)—a thorough introduction to the Dionysian universe. It is likely to remain the standard text on the Divine Names and Mystical Theology for many generations.De Andia’s introduction to the Divine Names is a hefty 300 pages; it could easily stand alone as a monograph outlining Dionysian thought, particularly Dionysius’s place in the Platonist tradition. Her work follows in the tradition of Dionysian research among French scholars such as Pierre Hadot, Jean Pépin, Henri-Dominque Saffrey—all of whom focused on the Platonist foundations of Dionysius. The introduction treats a range of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of the Platonic Tradition Brill

Sources Chrétiennes 579—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres v-xiii); la Théologie mystique and sc 578—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres i-iv) Euros 55, written by Ysabel De Andia (Les Éditions Du Cerf : Paris, 2016)

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Sources Chrétiennes 579—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres v-xiii); la Théologie mystique and sc 578—Denys l’Aréopagite (Pseudo-), Les Noms divins (Chapitres i-iv) Euros 55Ysabel De Andia’s two volume annotated translation of Pseudo-Dionysius’s Divine Names and Mystical Theology follows in the tradition of the esteemed 1958 Roques/Heil/Gandillac volume of Dionysius’s Celestial Hierarchy, also in the Sources Chrétiennes series (sc 58). The present book is the life’s work of De Andia, one of the great Dionysian scholars of the modern age. It is at once a clear translation of the Divine Names and Mystical Theology and—because it involves Dionysius’s statement on positive theology (the Divine Names) and negative theology (the Mystical Theology)—a thorough introduction to the Dionysian universe. It is likely to remain the standard text on the Divine Names and Mystical Theology for many generations.De Andia’s introduction to the Divine Names is a hefty 300 pages; it could easily stand alone as a monograph outlining Dionysian thought, particularly Dionysius’s place in the Platonist tradition. Her work follows in the tradition of Dionysian research among French scholars such as Pierre Hadot, Jean Pépin, Henri-Dominque Saffrey—all of whom focused on the Platonist foundations of Dionysius. The introduction treats a range of

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