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Сковорода і візантійське богослів’я

Автор(и): Ушкалов Леонід
Тип матеріалу: Стаття
Мова публікації: українська
Випуск: 2014 №5
Сторінки: 62-72
Журнальна рубрикація: Біблійні витоки і патристика
The article examines the tradition of Byzantine theology in Gregory Skovoroda’s works. The author analyzes direct links of Ukrainian philosopher’s works with the relevant texts of Byzantine theologians. Such references (quotations, allusions and reminiscences) in his omnibus edition are 23. If we compare this number with the number of Ukrainian philosopher’s references to the Bible (6993), we can confidently say that Skovoroda admitted a single source of revelation, and it was the Bible, clearly assigning a sacred tradition the secondary role. Nevertheless, the Ukrainian philosopher turns to the experience of Byzantine theology, developing issues of biblical hermeneutics, asceticism, the nature of evil, theodicy or concepts such as “peace”, “rough equality”, “two wills” in a person and so on. During the development of these issues Skovoroda refers to the works by Basil of Caesarea, John Chrysostom, Gregory of Nazianzus, Evagrius Ponticus, John of Damascus, Maximus the Confessor, Isidore of Pelusium, Nilus of Sinai, John Moschus and Sophronius
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Як цитувати
Ушкалов Леонід (2014). Сковорода і візантійське богослів’я . Філософська думка, №5. с. 62-72.