FILOZOFIA KONŠTANTÍNA FILOZOFA SOLÚNSKEHO V TEXTOCH ANASTÁZIA BIBLIOTEKÁRA [K BYZANTSKEJ NÁUKE O DUŠI]
(Philosophy of Constantinus Philosophus Thessalonicensis in the Texts of Anastasius Bibliothecarius [on the Byzantine Doctrine of the Soul])
Abstract: Anastasius Bibliothecarius lists a number of texts by Constantine the Philosopher from Thessaloniki from which we learn about philosophical topics. We focus on the question whether a person has one or two souls. We look closely at this issue and interpret the text of Anastasius, which is ideologically and politically conditioned. The meaning of the word slovo in churchslavonic Vita Constantini has been translated as a speech, ability to speak. Byzantine literature shows another interpretation of this churchslavonic term.
Authors: Lukoviny, Ľuboš
Source: Konštatínove listy, 2015, vol. 8, number: 1, pages: 25-39 (PDF file)
Key words: BYZANTINE PHILOSOPHY, ANASTASIUS BIBLIOTHECARIUS, CONSTANTINE-PHILOSOPHER, HUMAN SOUL, APOLINARISM, PSEUDO-DENYS THE AEROPAGITE, PHOTIUS, VITA CONSTANTINI, LOGOS