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The development of the term [enypostatos] from Origen to John of Damascus
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ISBN: 1280496215 9786613591449 9004227997 Year: 2012 Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill,

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Examining the usage of the term ἐνυπόστατος both in the trinitarian debates before Chalcedon and especially the Christological ones afterwards, this study illustrates the gradual, yet profound change in its meaning initiated by Leontius of Byzantium: In distinguishing between the hypostasis and the ἐνυπόστατον Leontius initiates a crucial shift in that an ἐνυπόστατον is no longer straightforwardly considered as a proper, independent hypostasis of its own, but as something realized in a hypostasis which is by no means necessarily endowed with a hypostasis of its own. This technical discussion of the term is accompanied by an attempt at classifying the entirety of the different usages it keeps on displaying despite its Christian theological origin and its outstanding importance during the post-chalcedonian Christological debates.


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Christ's two wills in scholastic thought : the Christology of Aquinas and its historical contexts
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ISSN: 00825328 ISBN: 9780888441782 Year: 2012 Volume: 178 Publisher: Toronto : Pontifical institute of mediaeval studies,

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The development of the term enupostatos from origin to John of Damascus
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ISSN: 0920623X ISBN: 9789004224193 900422419X 9789004227996 Year: 2012 Volume: 113 Publisher: Leiden Boston Brill

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Examining the usage of the term ἐνυπόστατος both in the trinitarian debates before Chalcedon and especially the Christological ones afterwards, this study illustrates the gradual, yet profound change in its meaning initiated by Leontius of Byzantium: In distinguishing between the hypostasis and the ἐνυπόστατον Leontius initiates a crucial shift in that an ἐνυπόστατον is no longer straightforwardly considered as a proper, independent hypostasis of its own, but as something realized in a hypostasis which is by no means necessarily endowed with a hypostasis of its own. This technical discussion of the term is accompanied by an attempt at classifying the entirety of the different usages it keeps on displaying despite its Christian theological origin and its outstanding importance during the post-chalcedonian Christological debates.

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