The text of a Coptic monastic discourse, On Love and self-control: its story from the fourth Century to the twenty-First

Of the Text -- The Language and Fourth-Century Date of the Text -- The Pachomian Koinonia: The Community to which On Love and Self-Control Was First Addressed -- The Pachomian Remission: An Annual Opportunity for a Discourse On Love and Self-Control -- A Potential Context for On Love and Self-Contro...

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Published in:Cistercian studies series
Main Author: Athanasius, Alexandrinus, Heiliger 295-373
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Collegeville, Minnesota Cistercian Publications/Liturgical Press [2017]
Collegeville, Minnesota Liturgical Press [2017]
In: Cistercian studies series (number 272)
Year: 2017, Volume: 27200
Series/Journal:Cistercian studies series number 272
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Athanasius Alexandrinus 295-373 / Love / Self-control
Further subjects:B Self-control Religious aspects Christianity Early works to 1800
B Coptic monasticism and religious orders
B Love Religious aspects Christianity Early works to 1800
B Athanasius Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria -373
B On love and self-control
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Summary:Of the Text -- The Language and Fourth-Century Date of the Text -- The Pachomian Koinonia: The Community to which On Love and Self-Control Was First Addressed -- The Pachomian Remission: An Annual Opportunity for a Discourse On Love and Self-Control -- A Potential Context for On Love and Self-Control in the Pachomian Conflicts following Pachomius's Death -- Pachomian Use of On Love and Self-Control in the Editing of Instruction concerning a Spiteful Monk -- The Dissolution of the Pachomian Community -- On Love and Self-Control and Its Codex (MONB.CP) -- The Provenance of the Manuscript of On Love and Self-Control -- The Creation of the Codex in the Late Sixth or Early Seventh Century -- Issues of Authorship -- Attribution to Athanasius -- Affinities between Athanasian Writings and On Love and Self-Control -- Reasons to Question an Athanasian Origin for On Love and Self-Control -- A Possible Origin for On Love and Self-Control among the Pachomians -- Horsiesios and On Love and Self-Control -- The Use of the Discourse On Love and Self-Control Beyond the Seventh Century -- Events Affecting the Church in Egypt from the Seventh to Tenth Centuries -- A Tenth-Century Reception of On Love and Self-Control by way of Instruction concerning a Spiteful Monk -- On Love and Self-Control in the Eleventh-Century Apocalypse of Samuel of Qalamun -- The Copying of On Love and Self-Control in the Eleventh or Twelfth Century -- The Dismemberment of the Codex in the Nineteenth Century and Its Current Reconstruction -- Conclusion
The language and fourth-century date of the text -- The Pachomian koinonia: The community to which On Love and Self-Control was first addressed -- On Love and Self-Control and its codex (MONB.CP) -- Issues of authorship --The use of the discourse On Love and Self-Control beyond the seventh century -- The dismemberment of the codex in the nineteenth century and its current reconstruction -- On Love and Self-Control: A translation
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-200) and indexes
The Coptic discourse has sometimes been attributed to Saint Athanasius
ISBN:0879070722