Classical Mediterranean Spirituality: Egyptian, Greek, Roman

Classical Mediterranean Spirituality: Egyptian, Greek, Roman

(World Spirituality) 

 

A. Hilary Armstrong (Editor), 1987

 

Contents:

 

I: Histories:

  1. J. Gwyn Griffiths’s “The Faith of the Pharaonic Period”;
  2. Griffiths’s “The Great Egyptian Cults of Oecumenical Spiritual Significance”;
  3. 3.A.H. Armstrong’s “The Ancient and Continuing Pieties of the Greek World”;
  4. J.B. Skemp’s “The Spirituality of Socrates and Plato”;
  5. Patrick Atherton’s “Aristotle”;
  6. A.A. Long’s “Epicureans and Stoics”;
  7. John Pinsent’s “Roman Spirituality”;
  8. H.D. Saffrey’s “The Piety and Prayers of Ordinary Men and Women in Late Antiquity”;
  9. J.M. Dillon’s “Plutarch and Second Century Platonism”;
  10. Neoplatonist Spirituality: Pierre Hadot’s “Plotinus and Porphyry” and Saffrey’s “From Iamblichus to Proclus, and Damascius”

 

II: Themes:

  1. John Peter Kenney’s “Monotheistic and Polytheistic Elements in Classical Mediterranean Spirituality”;
  2. Werner Beierwaltes’s “The Love of Beauty and the Love of God”;
  3. Atherton’s “The City in Ancient Religious Experiences”;
  4. Frederick M. Schroeder’s “The Self in Ancient Religious Experience”;
  5. K. Corrigan’s “Body and Soul in Ancient Religious Experience”;
  6. Peter Manchester’s “The Religious Experience of Time and Eternity”;
  7. Jean Pepin’s “Cosmic Piety”;
  8. I. Hadot’s “The Spiritual Guide”;
  9. R.T. Wallis’s “The Spiritual Importance of Not Knowing”;
  10. Patricia Cox Miller’s “In Praise of Nonsense”

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