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1. Philotheos: Volume > 6
Федор Иванович Гиренок Философия антропологии
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Georg Scherer Göttliche Trinität und menschliche Interpersonalität
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Jörg Splett Ich als Du. Philosophisches zu Person und Beziehung
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Werner Theobald Kultur, Religion und Moral: Unzeitgemäße Betrachtungen zu einem zeitgemäßen Thema
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5. Philotheos: Volume > 6
Spyridoula Athanasopoulou-Kypriou Beyond the Death of the Christian Novel: Literature as Theology
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The aims of this paper are to qualify theologically Paul Fiddes’ claim that creative writing can be understood as a response to divine revelation and to construct a preliminary sketch of a theological framework in order to appreciate textuality and move from reading literary texts in the light of theology to considering them as theology, that is, as sacraments of communion with God. What follows is, thus, an inquiry into some of the theological presuppositions and criteria, which would enable a reader with a Christian perspective to consider any literary text theologically and read it as a kind of doxology.
6. Philotheos: Volume > 6
Валерий Дмитриевич Губин Настроение как философская проблема
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Markus Enders Hans-Georg Gadamers hermeneutisches Verständnis der Wahrheit
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Franz Weber, Tanja Pihlar Über das Problem der Vorstellungsproduktion
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Душан Крцуновић Космогонски реализам Тимејеве „вјероватне приче“
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This paper deals with the reasons for literal interpretation of Plato’s Timaeus (Aristoteles) against non-literal (Speusippus and Xenocrates). Its starting point is “dichotomy” between poetry (mythos) and philosophy that we can find, as well, in some commentary on the Genesis of Moses. But, instead dichotomy here is suggested some kind of iterative reading: the Timaeus of Plato is the poetry because God’s act of creation is the poetry, too. Artistic elements in this dialogue of Plato are in the function of his cosmogonical realism. It is supported with the thesis that the purpose of Plato’s Timaeus is not pedagogical or didactical, but soteriological; its aim is salvation of man.
10. Philotheos: Volume > 6
Christos Terezis, Zoé Antonopoulou-Trechli Aspects de la philosophie du droit dans les Lois de Platon
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