theologians and ecumenists the best hope for resolving the age old ques- tion of the filioque based on the earliest known patristic reference to the debate. Keywords Filioque , Photius, Trinity, Gregory of Nazianzus, Gregory of Nyssa, Cyril of Alexan- dria, Augustine, perichoresis , processio Introduction

In: Vigiliae Christianae
Marsilius of Inghen’s Sentences Commentary is a crucial piece of evidence in the history of thought between Ockham and Luther, covering almost the complete range of items important in pre-modern philosophy and theology. The part edited here is concerned with the Trinity, dealing with the unity and the distinction of the divine persons. It addresses the use of logic in theology, the dialectics between authority and reason, and reveals new evidence on the debates between Realists and Nominalists at the Universities of Paris and Heidelberg. The present edition provides the reader a first critical text based on an assessment of all textual witnesses, thus offering an indispensable tool for uncovering the intricacies of Scholasticism at the eve of Reformation.

1. The religious procession (from Lat., processio, ‘procession,’ ‘walk in order to demonstrate a request’ or to demonstrate ‘gratitude’) today stands in the field of tension between an act of expression on the part of believers, conveyed by religion, and a secularized → ‘publicity’ or public act

In: The Brill Dictionary of Religion Online

zijn recht, en daarna verdiept de schrijver zich in de consequenties ervan en de strijd erover. De strijd over de processio Spiritus Sancti in de Libri Carolini heet niet ten onrechte een comedy of errors (305). Terecht ook wordt niet het machtsbewustzijn van Rome als de ellende voor de universele kerk

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History
Author: Willemien Otten

of "processio" turning into that of "reditus" the literal structure of the Periphyseon, with which its metaphysical design is completely interwoven, starts bringing up complications. For 2 See Per. II 552A (Sh.-W., p. 60): "Principales itaque causae et in ea quorum causae sunt proveniunt et

In: Vivarium

'offrande des fid6les a ete ins6r6e partout, plus ou moins, dans la liturgie eucharistique, et que cet usage a abouti à une vraie processio oblationis des fidèles, en Occident.2' Mais en Orient on ne trouve que de tres 16g6res traces d'un tel usage: ce ne sont pas les fid6les, mais les c6l6brants qui

In: Vigiliae Christianae

quoniam compositio et minoritas 147 cum priuatione conueniant et defectu, ob hoc impossibile est in Deo pluralitatem esse, quo quidem impossibilitati est impossibile in Deo Trinitatem existere, quae Trinitas absque pluralitate in Deo nequit esse. Si in Deo paternitas, filiatio et processio, esset

In: Medieval Encounters

Maimonides, The Guide of the Perplexed , 2 vols., trans. S. Pines (Chicago, 1963), 2: 295-296. 21 Philip the Chancellor, Summa de bono , q. 3, ed. Wicki, 1: 51: “Est processio eterna ab aliquo in unitate essentie; quasi ex opposito est processio non eterna in diversitate essentie; medium inter hec

In: Vivarium

precise paraphrase of Calvin. 34 In his discussion about the eternal generatio of the Son and the processio of the Holy Spirit, Oomius rejects what he finds to be incorrect criticism of Calvin. According to him, Calvin said rightly that the only-begotten Son is God by himself (αυτοθεος), but with

In: Church History and Religious Culture