St Gregory Palamas and Orthodox Spirituality

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John Meyendorff
Translation by Adele Fiske
Publication Data: Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1998
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: vi + 185
Dimensions (l × w × h): 18.4 cm × 12.7 cm × 1.1 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒913836‒11‒7

John Meyendorff
Translation by Adele Fiske

“Hesychasm is a monastic movement whose origins go back to the Fathers of the desert. It cannot, indeed, claim to be the only ‘orthodox’ mysticism, which has always taken varied forms, as it still does today. But Palamas himself can be called a master of ‘orthodox mysticism’ inasmuch as his work transcends the limits of one school of spirituality and renews in its deepest essence the life of the Christian Mystery.”


The Spiritual Tradition of the Monks of the East
   Primitive Monasticism
   Evagrius of Pontus (†399) and Pure Prayer
   Macarius and Mysticism of the Heart
   The Prayer of Jesus
   Doctrine of Deification:
   Gregory of Nyssa and Maximus
   Symeon the New Theologian (949-1022)
   Byzantine Hesychasm up to the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
   Primitive Monasticism
Gregory Palamas Theologian of Hesychasm
   The Controversy with Barlaam and Akindynus
   The Theology of Hesychasm
   A Christian Existentialism
Hesychasm After Palamas
   In the Christian East from the Fourteenth Century to Today
   The Hesychast Tradition in Russia
Notes on the Illustrations
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