Henosis

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BRILL, 1996 - 510 pages
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In the first part of this study, the theme of the union ("henosis") is analysed in Dionysius the Areopagite's "De Divinis Nominibus," The starting point of this inquiry is the trinitarian theology of Dionysius. He distinguishes between Union ("henosis") and distinction ("diakrisis"), "ad intra" of the divine Persons and "ad extra" of the divines names, understood as powers. The movement of procession and conversion of the divine names follows the very structure of the treatise: from the Union to the One, a movement called "the circle of love." In a second moment, the word "henosis" or the formula "henosis hyper noun," "union above the intellect," are analysed in the "De divinis nominibus," where they allude to the "union without confusion" of the ideas one with the other, or to the union of intellect with God in the unknowledge. The second part is dedicated to the union with God in the "De Mystica Theologia," The author first studies Moses' ascension and his entrance in the Darkness within the tradition of the commentaries of "Exodus," such as Philo's or Gregory of Nyssa's treatises "De Vita Mosis"; she analyses the progress of negative theology towards the mystical union and she tries to identify the "unknown God" with whom the intellect becomes unified in the neoplatonician theory and also in the context of Paul's discourse on the Areopage. She concludes with an examination of the "unio mystica" and its major features in Pseudo-Dionysius.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
Néoplatonisme et théologie mystique
13
Remarque sur le terme ëvoxriç
23
UNITÉ ET TRINITÉ
29
Le secret de la génération en Dieu 7
46
Le Commentaire sur le Timée Livre III
53
Comparaison avec la doctrine trinitaire des Cappadociens
56
PROCESSION NOMS ET COMMUNICATIONS
65
Deux types dunion
278
B Philanthropie et divinisation
288
APPENDICE SUR LA DIVINISATION
298
A Le livre de Y Exode dans la Septante
304
Grégoire de Nysse
319
La vision du Christ tabernacle non fait de main dhomme
326
La Ténèbre
334
Denys
341

Les dons
72
B Les participations en soi
94
LANALOGIE
101
LA PUISSANCE
109
Les trois dimensions de lamour divin
119
LE DIVIN AMOUR
145
Conclusions sur lamour
157
LA SIMILITUDE
167
B La dissimilitude
180
B Les participations intelligibles et exprimables de la Paix
186
A La structure du chapitre XD3 sur lUn
192
B La conception de lUn et de Dieu
200
LA NOMINATION DE DIEU ET SA CÉLÉBRATION
207
B Proclus
216
LÉTINCELLE DE LÂME CIME OU FOND
225
LUNION AUDELÀ DE LINTELLECT DANS
233
Noms divins III
242
léros et lunion inconnaissable
249
F Noms divins VII
266
La Ténèbre et lextase
348
Conclusions sur les quatre points de comparaison entre Philon
355
LAPOPHASE ET LE SILENCE
375
Négation et ténèbre
382
E Négation et transcendance
390
LE DIEU INCONNU
399
B Agnostos Theos
407
UNIO MYST1CA
423
Union et divinisation
429
G Lunion sans intermédiaire
437
Unio mystica
445
BIBLIOGRAPHIE
453
Bibliographies et instruments de travail
459
Bibliographie générale sur le Corpus dionysiacum
467
Aspects particuliers de lœuvre
476
Index biblicum
483
Index locorum
493
Index verborum graecorum
505
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Ysabel de Andia is agregee of philosophy and Doctor in patristic theology (Roma 1982) and in philosophy (Paris 1994). She is currently preparing an edition with French translation of "De Divinis Nominibus" and "De Mystica Theologia" for the collection "Sources chretienne." She organised a International Colloquium in 1994 on "Dionysius the Areopagite and its Influence in Orient and Occident," which will be published in Paris, in 1996. She is Director of Research in the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Philosophy in Paris.

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