Werner Beierwaltes


John Scottus Eriugena was a ninth-century Irish writer in Latin on theology and philosophy known for his rare ability in that era of the West to translate Greek ...

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Sofi Voighua

The crucially important Christian mystic philosopher, translator, theologian and poet, John Scottus Eriugena (Johannes Scottus Eriugena or Scotus Erigena), lived from about 800 or 810 to perhaps 877 CE and has been praised as the “Greatest mind of the early western Medieval period—or last great mind of Antiquity.”

Mattio Mazios

Sep 10, 2018 ... Eriugena is often described as a Neoplatonist: someone influenced by the Greek philosopher Plotinus who takes those arguments to new ...

Noe Schulzzo

John Scotus Eriugena, or John the Scot, was a philosopher of the middle ages. He had many academic accomplishments including his famous work Periphyseon. Eriugena shared the ancient Christian belief of deification, or the idea that humans are meant to become like Christ and share in His nature.

Jason Statham

It does serve as a good introduction to Eriugena though, if nothing else. This edition was originally published in 1976 and was translated by Myra Uhlfelder. This included Eriugena's original work De divisione naturae or Periphyseon, his translations of Pseudo-Dionysius, his commentary on Dionysius' Celestial ...

Jessica Kolhmann

Juan Escoto Eriúgena - Division de la naturaleza