1. Sebastian F. Weiner (2008). Brill Online Books and Journals. Vivarium 46 (1).
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  2. Sebastian F. Weiner (2008). Eriugenas Innovation. Vivarium 46 (1):1-23.
    John Scot Eriugena's work Periphyseon is commonly regarded as having introduced Neoplatonism into early medieval thinking. Eriugena's theory of the reunification of the Creator and his creation is then viewed as being based on the Neoplatonic scheme of procession and reversion. However, this interpretation falls short of Eriugena's intentions. Above all, he denies any ontological difference between Creator and creation without taking recourse to the Neoplatonic considerations of procession and reversion. Surprisingly, according to Eriugena's explanation, God is not only the (...)
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  3. Sebastian F. Weiner, Amos Edelheit, Human Will & Human Dignity (2008). Special Issue: Transformations of the Soul. Aristotelian Psychology 1250-1650. Vivarium 46:462-463.
     
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