Evagrius Ponticus: The Praktikos. Chapters on Prayer (Cistercian Studies) [ Evagrius Ponticus, John Eudes Bamberger] on *FREE* shipping on. Luke Dysinger’s English translation of the Praktikos of Evagrios Pontikos. pr. pr. pr by the same [Evagrius] Treatise on the Praktiké: Chapters. 1. 1. 1. The works of Evagrius, few of which are preserved entire in Greek, survive haphazardly: in . Second part of the trilogy (see Praktikos), comprising 50 chapters.
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The works of Evagrius, few of which are preserved entire in Greek, survive haphazardly: Because of the complexity of the manuscript tradition, editing Evagrius’s writings is an ongoing, painstaking process. Below is the list of all known works, along with editions and translations in the bibliography.
The Clavis patrum graecorum CPG has been followed for assigning certainty of authorship. First of a trilogy along with Gnostikos and the Kephalaia gnostika, below considered fundamental to Evagrius’s thought.
This treatise contains chapters discussing the preliminary disciplines of the ascetic life, especially the passions. Editions and translations Makarios, Saint and Nicodemus, the Hagiorite.
Evagrius, Ponticus and Bunge, Gabriel. The Evagrian Ascetical System.
The Greek Ascetic Corpus. Greek translation and Greek edition:. Euagrios Pontikos Meros 1. The Book of Mystical Chapters: Cent chapitres sur la vie spirituelle. Nicodemus, the Hagiorite and Makarios, Saint. Greek edition and English translation:. Praktikos and On Prayer.
Nicodemus the Hagiorite and Makarios, Metropolitan of Corinth. Greek edition and French translation:. Nicodemus the Hagiorite and Makarios, Saint. Greek edition and Latin translation:. Second part of the trilogy see Praktikoscomprising 50 chapters. In this treatise gnostika, mental or spiritual formation, is discussed. Syriac, Armenian, and Latin. Greek edition and Greek translation:. English translation and Greek edition:.
Greek and Syriac edition and French translation:. Le gnostique, ou, A celui qui est devenu digne de la science. Anthropology and Integration in Evagrius Ponticus. Harvard Divinity School, Syriac edition and Greek translation:.
Third part of the trilogy see Praktikoscomprising chapters 90 chapters in six “centuries” discussing the highest levels of contemplation. This text is frequently considered to be behind the condemnations of Origen in Because of how little survives in Greek, the Syriac translations are key, especially the so-called unexpurgated version frequently called S2.
Arabic, Syriac, and Armenian. Les anciens commentateurs grecs de l’Octateuque et des Rois: Evagrius, Ponticus and Guillaumont, Antoine. Les six centuries des “Kephalaia gnostica”: Anecdota graeca sacra et profana: Ex codicibus manu exaratis nunc primum in lucem edita, versione Latina donata et notis illustrata.
Sixty-five sentences culled by textual scholars in three sections: The Greek, Armenian, and Syriac versions of this text differ in sequence, number, and selection. This text, according to Mar Babaiwho wrote an extensive commentary on the Kephalaia gnostica, was a supplement to the chapters of the promised in the Kephalaia gnostica Mar Babai’s version of Reflections contained only 60 chapters.
Gennadius’s reference to ‘sententiae obscurae’ may attest to an early Latin translation of this text. See also 14 Chapters nocpg Harmless, William and Fitzgerald, Raymond R. The Skemmata of Evagrius Ponticus.
Doctrina patrum de incarnatione verbi: Ein griechisches Florilegium aus der Wende des 7. Lists of Scriptures that are effective in combatting the eight passions.
The text is organized according to the eight passions with scriptures listed according to their biblical order. Syriac, Armenian, Latin, Georgian, and Sogdian. Contra los pensamientos malignos: Evagrius, Ponticus and Brakke, David. A Monastic Handbook for Combating Demons.
Der Prolog des Antirrhetikos. The Christian Sogdian Manuscript C2. Berliner Sogdische Texte, vol. Seine Stellung in der altchristlichen Literatur- und Dogmengeschichte. A set of chapters on the monastic life, written in oraktikos, in imitation of the Evgarius, directed probably to a monastic community in Jerusalem associated with Melania and Rufinus. Evagrius discusses matters foundational to the coenobitic monastic life, so the material resembles, evagtius some ways, a rule.
Serbian translation and Greek edition:. Greek edition and German translation:. French translation ptaktikos Greek edition:. The Ad Monachos of Evagrius Ponticus. Driscoll, Jeremy and Praktlkos, Ponticus. The “Ad monachos” of Evagrius Ponticus: Its Structure and a Select Commentary. Ethiopic edition and French translation:. French translation and Armenian edition:. Evagrius Ponticus and Gressmann, Hugo. Zum ersten Male in der Urschrift. Evagrius discusses matters foundational to the coenobitic monastic life for women, so the material resembles, in some ways, a rule.
A collection of 62 letters see also CPG; cover letters to other treatises, e. Melania the Elder, St. Latin translation and Armenian edition:.
It deals extensively with Christology and the ministry of letter writing, as well as the apokatastasis the restoration of all things at the end of time. See the arguments of Bunge in his German translationwho considers Rufinus to be more likely. Conversion, Worship, Spirituality, and Asceticism.
Evagrius’s earliest datable letter, dealing with Trinitarian doctrine and his flight from Pontus, among other things. It was written aroundand reflects Evagrius’s tutelage with Gregory of Nazianzus during the latter’s stormy tenure in Constantinople. Greek edition and Italian translation:. Basil of Caesarea and Forlin Patrucco, Marcella.
Basil of Caesarea and Way, Agnes Clare. Basil, McGuire, Martin R. P, and Deferrari, Roy J. Saint Basil, the Letters. Letters prakrikos Select Works.
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Basilium uere Magnum sua lingua disertissime loquentem quem hactenus habuisti Latine balbutientem: Twin treatises on prayer and other monastic disciplines. Some MSS include a 3rd treatise, unedited, fvagrius Memento semper promissionum tuarum.
Editions and translations 4: The Syriac fathers on prayer and the spiritual life. Hypotyposis or Principles of the Monastic Life. Treatise in eleven sections describing the basic disciplines for living the monastic life.
At the forefront is a concern to cultivate hesychia—stillness or tranquility—and to advance the fight against evil powers. Advice centers on diet, dress, work, companionship, dwelling, visitation habits, wealth, possessions, commerce, fasting, vigils, and prayer.