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Derivative genera in Apollinarius of Laodicea: Some remarks on the philosophical coherence of his thought

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That Apollinarius knew of derivative genera seems beyond doubt – at least for those who accept as genuine his correspondence with Basil of Caesarea. How exactly he understood them and how much use he made of them beyond this particular context is much more difficult to ascertain. I propose therefore to start from an analysis of the extensive and illuminating argument in this writing, which has been preserved in the corpus of Basil’s letters as Epistle 362, to establish the contours of Apollin...

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
Department:
Theology Faculty
Oxford college:
Trinity College
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Publisher:
Mohr Siebeck Publisher's website
Pages:
93-113
Series:
Studies and Texts in Antiquity and Christianity
Series number:
93
Host title:
Apollinarius und seine Folgen [Apollinaris and his Aftermath]
Publication date:
2015-06-01
ISSN:
1436-3003
ISBN-10:
3161535871
ISBN-13:
978-3-16-153587-1
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English
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Pubs id:
824681
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pubs:824681
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2021-07-04

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