Text and Context: The Importance of Scholarly Reading. Gregory of Nyssa, "Contra Eunomium"

Abstract : In a confrontation between various reading methods about ancient Christian texts, presentation of the importance of a scholarly reading (literary criticism, history of reception, etc.), unlike a theological reading or an interpretation in the frames of history of doctrines.
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Matthieu Cassin. Text and Context: The Importance of Scholarly Reading. Gregory of Nyssa, "Contra Eunomium". Scott Douglass, Morwenna Ludlow. Reading the Church Fathers, T & T Clark, pp.109-131, 161-165, 2011. ⟨halshs-00631316⟩

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