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Le 'sitz im leben'

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The Contra Proclum Philoponus, edited by Hugo Rabe in the late nineteenth century and republished from 2009 for the collection 'Fontes Christiani' Clemens Scholten, is as the interweaving of two documents that the manuscript tradition in the us 'bequeathed state together and one of which, the shortest was in all likelihood an opportunity to the other, the longest. This chapter discusses the assumption would be about Philoponus a kind of summary of a disputation between students, between students and specifically the School of Ammonius, what that was indeed their belonging or not to a religion and all the more that the status of the world and its components is not strictly speaking the subject of a unified doctrine, a fortiori official, in early Christianity. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Contra Proclum; early Christianity; Philoponus; School of Ammonius



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