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This index contains the collections of multiple authors that occur in this book titled Basil of Caesarea's Anti-Eunomian Theory of Names. In the book the author have argued that Basil of Caesarea develops a notionalist theory of names in response to Eunomius. Basil's theory of names is fundamental to his refutation of Eunomius, establishing a theological methodology and epistemology radically different from that of his opponent. This is the signal achievement of Basil, to have identified these fundamental points of difference and articulated alternatives.

Keywords:Basil of Caesarea; Theory of Names



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