Monfasani John. Jozef Matula and Paul Richard Blum, eds. Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance. (2017) RENAISSANCE QUARTERLY 0034-4338 70 2 640-642
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27808147
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2019-01-25T08:53:16.856+0000
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2019-01-16T11:29:28.165+0000
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Bene László (Filozófiatörténet, filozófiai rendszerek)
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2019-01-25T08:53:21.238+0000
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2019-01-25T08:53:21.238+0000
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Bene László. Constructing Pagan Platonism: Plethon's Theory of Fate and the Ancient Philosophical Tradition. (2014) Megjelent: Georgios Gemistos Plethon. The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance pp. 41-71
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Monfasani John. Jozef Matula and Paul Richard Blum, eds. Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance. (2017) RENAISSANCE QUARTERLY 0034-4338 70 2 640-642
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30396051
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641
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For its variety, its capturing of the latest bibliography, and its bringing together some of the most important experts, the volume makes a most valuable contribution to the study of Pletho, and overall its individual papers are of a remarkably high quality. Among the most original are John Demetracopoulos's long article proving that Heronymous Christonymos Charitonymos's Decem Capita pro Divinitate Christi was not directed against Islam, as traditionally believed, but against Pletho and his pagan attack on Christianity; Brigitte Tambrun-Krasker's fascinating study of how Pletho's Chaldean Oracles became an object of debate between Catholics, Orthodox Protestants, and religious dissidents; Sergei Mariev's penetrating analysis of how Pletho's argument on deliberation in nature played out in debate with George Gennadius Scholarius; Lázló Bene's demonstration of how Pletho's contradictory positions on fate and moral responsibility make sense once we see them from the perspective of his anti-Christian program; George Arabatzis's effective illumination as to why Pletho's Treatise on Virtues is so decidedly Stoic, anticontemplative, and therefore un-Neoplatonic; and Jacek Raszewski's entertaining discussion of the uses and misuses of Pletho by Greek historians and novelists of the late nineteenth century.
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Monfasani John. Jozef Matula and Paul Richard Blum, eds. Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance. (2017) RENAISSANCE QUARTERLY 0034-4338 70 2 640-642
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