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Open Access The Universal and the Status of Genera-Species Division in Clement of Alexandria


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The Universal and the Status of Genera-Species Division in Clement of Alexandria


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In this paper I will defend an interpretation of Clement of Alexandria’s teaching about categories, according to which the categories apply only to the material world, but not to intelligible and divine reality. I draw the parallel between Clement’s theory and a corresponding doctrine offered by Eunomius, the leader of Arianism in the second half of the fourth century, which he developed as a reaction to the Nicaean horizontal discourse of Triadology.


Affiliations: 1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation
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In this paper I will defend an interpretation of Clement of Alexandria’s teaching about categories, according to which the categories apply only to the material world, but not to intelligible and divine reality. I draw the parallel between Clement’s theory and a corresponding doctrine offered by Eunomius, the leader of Arianism in the second half of the fourth century, which he developed as a reaction to the Nicaean horizontal discourse of Triadology.


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2018-09-20

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