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Dire l'ineffable. Entre les anthropomorphismes de la Bible et une conception très haute de la transcendance qui est celle d'un platonisme réinterprété par le courant gnostique, les premiers Pères de l'Église, pour exprimer leur conception du Dieu suprême et distinguer leur « vraie philosophie » de celle des intellectuels païens, ont dû se créer leurs voies propres, conciliant l'héritage de la Bible et celui de la pensée grecque. Certains d'entre eux ont théorisé leurs principes dans une véritable réflexion méthodologique et introspective, d'autres les ont simplement laissé entrevoir. Le colloque dont ce volume constitue les Actes s'est attaché à définir les fondements méthodologiques de la définition de Dieu chez les Pères les plus représentatifs de la première théologie chrétienne, depuis Justin Martyr et Tertullien jusqu'à la fin de l'époque patristique.


Dire Dieu ou Comment parler et écrire sur Dieu selon les Pères de l’Église.

The significance of the methodology in our postmodern era of skepticism and a lack of confidence in different traditional and modern analytical hermeneutic techniques call forth the methodological investigation of the Byzantine literature – the forerunner of the Renaissance culture. In the 20th century, when the open-minded approach to the heritage of the European civilization triumphed over the debates on the preference of either Classical or Christian or Jewish Studies, scholars started to research the interaction of the three intellectual traditions within the culture of the Late Antiquity. However only nowadays, after a considerable progress in the historical and philological studies of the Byzantine literature, we can approach the conceptual analysis of the concrete literary techniques considering the gnoseological methodology of the Byzantine authors. The first striking thing, which fascinates the researcher of the patristic literature, is that the pathos of the acute philosophical disputes of that time was not less methodological than terminological – to put it simply, even within the Christian confession the debates originally emerged from the different gnoseological systems rather than from the disagreement in definitions. The more we proceed in our understanding of the philosophical context in connection with the actual literary tendencies of the late antique epoch, the better we realize the character of the Byzantine intellectual culture and thus can choose a correct hermeneutic approach to the patristic texts. The impartial and unbiased understanding of the Byzantine literature in its turn plays an irreplaceable role in the Renaissance studies. Therefore, we deeply appreciate the interest, which our colleagues from the field of the Renaissance studies have taken in the proposed theme of the Colloquium and the administrative support provided by the CESR. The planning for the Colloquium has been done by Bernard Pouderon, within the program Christophe Plantin of the Centre d’études supérieures de la Renaissance (UMR-CNRS 7323), attached to the Université François-Rabelais de Tours (France) and by Anna Usacheva, within the program of the international collaboration of the St. Tykhon’s Orthodox University (Moscow). The project of the Colloquium would not have been realized without the professional support and administrative assistance of our colleagues from different institutions. It brings me here to express our profound gratitude to the contributory institutions (listed in the alphabetic order):

– L’Association Textes pour l’histoire de l’Antiquité tardive (THAT); – le Centre d’études supérieures de la Renaissance (CESR) de Tours ; – la filière Lettres de l’Université François-Rabelais de Tours ;?– l’Institut Universitaire de France ;

– l’UFR Lettres et Langues de l’Université François-Rabelais de Tours ;

– l’Université orthodoxe Saint-Tichon de Moscou (Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Moscow).

This interdisciplinary academic collaboration accounts for the fact that during the Late Antique and Byzantine epoch theological issues formed a discourse of the Christian, Pagan and Jewish intellectual milieus. The circumstances of the fundamental philosophical and theological debates were rather complicated by the multifarious alterations and challenges of the epoch. The thinkers of different educational and religious background in front of considerable historical and geopolitical changes in their endeavour to define the gnoseological and ontological principles assumed various premises and applied diverse analytical methods, hermeneutical techniques and literary genres. Thereby nowadays the interdisciplinary research and the united efforts of the specialists from historical, philological, theological and philosophical fields further the Patristic Studies, which in its turn, contribute to the Renaissance Studies.

The Colloquium has attracted 12 European scholars from different Academic Institutions.

Anders-Christian JACOBSEN has considered the fundamental concept of monotheism with fresh eyes. He has explored a remarkable difference between Hellenic, Jewish and Christian monotheistic doctrines. Searching for a coherent definition for the Christian monotheism, Jacobsen has examined the relevant fragments from the New Testament and the texts of the Apologists and has suggested a concept of the « inclusive monotheism ». Interestingly enough the Christian monotheism beside the Hellenic and Jewish monotheistic doctrines manifests its specificity at the doctrinal, liturgical and ritual levels. Jacobsen has observed the impact of the monotheistic doctrine on the baptismal and Eucharistic practices of the Early Church. In his endeavour to grasp and explain the complex and paradoxical nature of the Christian inclusive monotheism, Jacobsen has pointed out its rootedness in the Church mysteries, on the one hand, and in the personal mystical experience of the Christians, on the other. The inclusive monotheism oversteps the rational bounds and thereby leaves behind the philosophical realm and represents the complex theological monotheistic concept as a faith experience.

Gilles DORIVAL has also touched the fundamental conceptual and methodological issue namely, « Continuité et innovations de l’écriture théologique des Pères grecs ». Although it has been long since the interaction between the Jewish, Hellenic and Christian intellectual traditions within the Late Antique and Byzantine culture came up to discussion, there are still many questions left concerning the issue. In his observation of the most disputable and significant among the relevant questions, Dorival begins with the detection of the common literary and ideological trend in the Hellenic and Judeo-Christian traditions. The various intellectual milieus of the Late Antiquity took a remarkable interest in the exegetic practice. As a result, the manifold allegorical interpretations of the authoritative texts have appeared. Speaking about the specificity of the Christian exegetic methods, Dorival has demonstrated that the allegory was not an opposition to the literal interpretation but rather a way to perfect and fulfill the historic interpretation. The method of typology was aimed at combining the testimonies of the Old and New Testaments into an exposition of the coherent divine revelation. Furthermore, the typology, being able to demonstrate the eschatological perspective of the human history, opened space for creativity to the Christian authors. Referring to Origen’s fine metaphor Dorival has stated that the complexity and multifaceted nature of the Christian exegetic method were realized in the « style pour ainsi dire divin ». This definition is as beautiful as accurate because the divine inspiration was one of the obligatory requirements for a theologian. Inspired or not, the Christian authors frequently applied the different e

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Dire dieu
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Français/French
Date de publication
2017-01-01
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9782701025643
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2324490
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2324490
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