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In this book, the author presents a new thesis regarding apophatic philosophy. He traces the roots of "De Mystica Theologia" by Dionysius Areopagite (pseudo Dionysius) in the poem of Parmenides "peri physeos". As a secondary theme, the author explores the ineffable in Greek philosophy.
Keywords apophatic philosophy, apopahtic theology, Dionysius Areopagite, pseudo Dionysius, Parmenides, De Mystica Theologia
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