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This front matter section of the book Trinity and Man: Gregory of Nyssa's Ad Ablabium provides the table of contents, abbreviations and introduction to the treatise. The book discusses the concept of universal nature, following the schema of the Nyssian reasoning, which moves from the premise that man properly indicates the entire human nature. The fact that the universal nature does not represent only a dialectical or rhetorical device, but constitutes, rather, a central concept of the whole of Nyssian thought is shown. It also analyzes the Nyssian conception of the action of the three divine persons.

Keywords: Gregory; Nyssa's Ad Ablabium



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