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Divine, yet vulnerable : Gregory Nazianzen's human eikon
Thomas, G. R.
Dissertation/ Thesis Dissertation/ Thesis | 01/01/2017 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
This thesis examines Gregory Nazianzen’s approach to the human eikon, vis à vis the im... más
Divine, yet vulnerable : Gregory Nazianzen's human eikon
01/01/2017
This thesis examines Gregory Nazianzen’s approach to the human eikon, vis à vis the imago Dei. In the following pages I challenge the popular view amongst scholars that Gregory presents the human eikon solely as the soul or the spiritual intellect. Rather, I argue that Gregory’s vision of the human eikon extends much further than this, embracing the full complexity and mystery of human existence. First, I argue that the eikon relates not only to the soul but also to the whole, dynamic human. I demonstrate this by considering Gregory’s treatment of a) the human eikon as a literal, physical eikon of God, b) Christ the identical Eikon, and c) his theological anthropology where the ‘divine’ eikon transforms the dust. These three strands together reveal that Gregory’s approach to the human eikon encompasses the whole human person, as a dynamic unity of body and soul. Gregory’s presentation of the human eikon narrates the struggles of being human, which as a matter of priority attempts to describe human experience rather than focusing upon the question, “what is the human eikon?” Drawing on biblical narratives, Gregory posits the human eikon in a cosmological battle with the forces of evil, which is only won through participation in Christ and the protection offered by the Holy Spirit. A comprehensive analysis of Gregory’s approach to the human eikon must incorporate her battle with the spiritual forces of evil. Second, throughout the project, I argue that Gregory’s approach is theological, since he interprets the human eikon primarily in light of the identical Eikon, Christ. Regarding his theological anthropology, Gregory is often read in light of philosophical sources such as Plato and the Stoics, with little reference to biblical and extra-biblical writings. Redressing the balance, I highlight how Gregory draws from biblical and extra-biblical traditions in order to weave together the threads which run through his overall vision of being human. Finally, I analyse Gregory’s intentions when he refers to the eikon as ‘divine.’ I argue that if we consider together a) Gregory’s theological anthropology in which God creates the human person specifically to be vulnerable (or porous) to the spiritual realm, b) Gregory’s high pneumatology, c) his ideas about baptism and d) the interaction between the human eikon and the devil, then we must take seriously Gregory’s ideas about a ‘divine’ eikon. Regarding how we may understand this ‘divinity,’ I contend that it encompasses the ontological, functional and relational aspects of the human eikon where she both participates in and functions like the identical Eikon, Christ. In light of the argument which evolves throughout the thesis, I suggest that Gregory’s presentation of the human eikon is summarised best as ‘divine, yet vulnerable.’ I intend this expression to reflect Gregory’s multifaceted and open approach, which relates to human experience. It incorporates both the positive and negative vulnerability of the human eikon, since she is vulnerable to God, having been created with the purpose of becoming ‘divine,’ but at the same time vulnerable to ‘the world, the flesh and the devil.’

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230 - BT Doctrinal theology

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Eikón Imago
Eikón Imago
13/06/2018

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iconography - art history - litterary sources - image - interpretation - History of the arts - NX440-632

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Eikon: Revista de Semiótica e Cultura Visual
Eikon: Revista de Semiótica e Cultura Visual
25/04/2018

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semiotics - visual culture - image - cultural studies - Visual arts - N1-9211 - Communication. Mass media - P87-96

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Charles I et la voix silencieuse de Eikon Basilike : le silence comme moyen d'expression
Vanessa Chaise-Brun
Academic Journal Academic Journal | XVII-XVIII, Vol 73, Pp 89-103 (2016) Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
During his lifetime, Charles I’s voice seemed to be inefficient, despite all his effor... más
Charles I et la voix silencieuse de Eikon Basilike : le silence comme moyen d'expression
XVII-XVIII, Vol 73, Pp 89-103 (2016)
During his lifetime, Charles I’s voice seemed to be inefficient, despite all his efforts. Noises, whether they were the people’s cries or the tumults created by his opponents, silenced his words. But can we argue that Charles’s voice was missing ? Eikon Basilike is a written voice – a silent voice ? – and yet, this voice is heard. This is a silence claiming Charles’s innocence. To “be silent” does not mean to be speechless. In his case, it means finding another mode of expression, against chaos and noise. Paradoxically, to “be silent” for the king is the best way to be heard and to “put to silence their evil speaking.” Being silent gives him strength and power to tell the truth. It is thanks to this meaningful and expressive silence – Eikon Basilike – beyond death, that Charles I seems to find his own voice.

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History (General) and history of Europe

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The Autopoiesis of Intelligence Technologies (Review) Bogdan POPOVENIUC, “Philosophy of Singularity. The Global Brain or an Ethics of the Thinking without Man”, Eikon Publishing House, 2016.
Vianu MUREȘAN
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Annals of Philosophy, Social and Human Disciplines , Vol Vol II, Pp 69-73 (2016) Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
The Autopoiesis of Intelligence Technologies (Review) Bogdan POPOVENIUC, “Philosophy of Singularity. The Global Brain or an Ethics of the Thinking without Man”, Eikon Publishing House, 2016.
Annals of Philosophy, Social and Human Disciplines , Vol Vol II, Pp 69-73 (2016)

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Philosophy (General) - B1-5802 - Social Sciences

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ESG ANALYSIS OF COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THE RESPECT INDEX BASED ON THOMSON REUTERS EIKON DATABASE.
Sikacz, Hanna;Wołczek, Przemysław
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Research Papers of the Wroclaw University of Economics / Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wroclawiu; 2018, Issue 520, p115-127, 13p Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
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ESG ANALYSIS OF COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THE RESPECT INDEX BASED ON THOMSON REUTERS EIKON DATABASE.
Research Papers of the Wroclaw University of Economics / Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wroclawiu; 2018, Issue 520, p115-127, 13p
Copyright of Research Papers of the Wroclaw University of Economics / Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wroclawiu is the property of Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wroclawiu and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)

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SOCIAL responsibility of business - INVESTMENTS - SOCIAL accounting

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Book review: Adrian Papahagi, Wyrd. Ideea destinului în literatura engleză veche, Cluj-Napoca: Eikon, Colecția Universitas, 2014
Eugenia GAVRILIU
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Cultural Intertexts, Vol 2, Iss 3, Pp 148-153 (2015) Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
Reviewed here is a comprehensive piece of literary archaeology which deals with the fo... más
Book review: Adrian Papahagi, Wyrd. Ideea destinului în literatura engleză veche, Cluj-Napoca: Eikon, Colecția Universitas, 2014
Cultural Intertexts, Vol 2, Iss 3, Pp 148-153 (2015)
Reviewed here is a comprehensive piece of literary archaeology which deals with the foundation stones of Old English literature wherein the notion of wyrd lies embedded like a cultural relic. Adrian Papahagi’s is mainly a philological approach relying on textual evidence, with special focus on historical context, time posts (ante quem/post quem), lexical meaning and doctrinal connotations. He displays ingenious intelligence sustained by sound, erudite information in summoning up the whole gamut of Anglo-Saxon literature, with occasional opportune trespassing into the Old German, Saxon or Icelandic tradition.

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Anglo-Saxon literature - wyrd - fate - literary archaeology - Philology. Linguistics - P1-1091 - Literature (General) - PN1-6790

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What Was the King's Book for?: The Evolution of 'Eikon Basilike'
Robert Wilcher, author
Academic Journal Academic Journal | The Yearbook of English Studies. 21:218-228 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Identifying corporate venture capital investors – A data-cleaning procedure
Röhm, Patrick;Merz, Markus;Kuckertz, Andreas
Academic Journal Academic Journal | In Finance Research Letters Apr 2018 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos
•Research on corporate venture capital (CVC) primarily relies on two databases.•These ... más
Identifying corporate venture capital investors – A data-cleaning procedure
In Finance Research Letters Apr 2018
•Research on corporate venture capital (CVC) primarily relies on two databases.•These databases are Eikon from Thomson Reuters and Dow Jones’ VentureSource.•Definitions of CVC firms vary in these databases.•We propose a data-cleaning procedure to identify CVC firms and align both databases.•Employing the procedure helps to enhance comparability of future research efforts.

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Eikon Basilike.
Reference Reference | Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th Edition. 2019, p1-1. 1p. Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Religious Identity, Stationers' Company Politics, and Three Printers of "Eikon Basilike"
Kathleen Lynch
Academic Journal Academic Journal | The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America. 101(3):285-312 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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Beyond Ekphrasis: "Logos" and "Eikon" in Rilke's Poetry
Jenifer S. Cushman
Academic Journal Academic Journal | College Literature. 29(3):83-108 Por favor, identifíquese para ver más datos

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