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Edited by Jan Assmann and Albert I. Baumgarten
The volume consists of presentations made at an international conference. Authors consider the issues concerning the role of representation in religion across a variety of traditions, from the three Abrahamic faiths to those of antiquity and the East.
Edited by A. Lemaire and M. Sæbø
Edited by Berndt Hamm, Reinhold Friedrich and Andreas Puchta
Volume IV of the edition of Martin Bucer's letters covers the period from January to September 1530. The main emphasis is on the controversy over Communion from the Disputation in Marburg in 1529 until the end of the Augsburg Imperial Diet in 1530.
Theodor W. Köhler
This monograph is the first comprehensive source-based description and investigation of the theoretical fundament of philosophical reflection on man during the thirteenth century.
Norbert Johannes Hofmann
This study places the Assumptio Mosis (AM) in its literatury context of traditions of the 2nd century BC to the 1st century AD It examines how in AM the biblical traditions have been adopted and adjusted (Deut 31 - Josh 1) to the actual circumstances. This process is clarified against the ...
Edited by Hubertus R. Drobner and Albert Viciano
These proceedings present the first English translation of Gregory's Homilies on the Beatitudes, accompanied by a thorough commentary, eight contributions on further general and particular topics of them, and ten studies reflecting the present overall state of Gregorian research.
Using the catechetical homilies of Theodore of Mopsuestia, the influence of the Nicene Creed on the imperial church since Theodosius is studied. This work offers a contribution to the discussions concerning the origin of the Nicæno-Constantinopolitan Creed.
This study examines the development and the circumstances which led to al-Ghazālī's (1058-1111) judgement against peripatetic philosophy in his Incoherence of the philosophers and it establishes the early effects of his concept of apostasy on the peripatetic movement in Islam.
This volume provides a thorough investigation of the theological views of the Twelvershī‘ite Ibn Abī Jumhūr al-Aḥsā’ī (d. after 906/1501) who combined traditional Mu‘tazilite thought with the philosophical tradition of Ibn Sīnā, with the Illuminationist tradition and with speculative mysticism.
Edited by Harald Motzki
This collection of articles presents the most recent methodological developments in the study of the life of Muhammad and highlights the improvement of its material-basis due to sources which have only recently become available or which have been neglected.
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