nousとは? わかりやすく解説

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ヌース(ヌウス、: νους, nous)は、知性理性精神、心などの語句で日本語に訳されるギリシャ語

  1. ^ a b 日本大百科全書(ニッポニカ)
  2. ^ See, for example, the many references to nous and the necessity of its purification in the writings of the Philokalia
  3. ^ Cross, Frank L.; Livingstone, Elizabeth, eds (2005). “Platonism”. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Oxford Oxfordshire: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-280290-9 
  4. ^ TeSelle, Eugene (1970). Augustine the Theologian. London. pp. 347–349. ISBN 0-223-97728-4.  March 2002 edition: ISBN 1-57910-918-7.
  5. ^ Menn, Stephen (1998), Descartes and Augustine, University of Cambridge Press 
  6. ^ a b Neptic Monasticism”. 2017年12月30日時点のオリジナルよりアーカイブ。2009年1月16日閲覧。
  7. ^ "What is the Human Nous?" Archived 2017-07-09 at the Wayback Machine. by John Romanides
  8. ^ "Before embarking on this study, the reader is asked to absorb a few Greek terms for which there is no English word that would not be imprecise or misleading. Chief among these is NOUS, which refers to the `eye of the heart' and is often translated as mind or intellect. Here we keep the Greek word NOUS throughout. The adjective related to it is NOETIC (noeros)." Orthodox Psychotherapy Section The Knowledge of God according to St. Gregory Palamas Archived 2010-12-10 at the Wayback Machine. by Metropolitan Hierotheos Vlachos published by Birth of Theotokos Monastery, Greece (January 1, 2005) ISBN 978-960-7070-27-2
  9. ^ The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church, SVS Press, 1997. (ISBN 0-913836-31-1) James Clarke & Co Ltd, 1991. (ISBN 0-227-67919-9) pgs 200-201
  10. ^ G.E.H; Sherrard, Philip; Ware, Kallistos (Timothy). The Philokalia, Vol. 4 Pg432 Nous the highest facility in man, through which - provided it is purified - he knows God or the inner essences or principles (q.v.) of created things by means of direct apprehension or spiritual perception. Unlike the dianoia or reason (q.v.), from which it must be carefully distinguished, the intellect does not function by formulating abstract concepts and then arguing on this basis to a conclusion reached through deductive reasoning, but it understands divine truth by means of immediate experience, intuition or 'simple cognition' (the term used by St Isaac the Syrian in his The Ascetical Homilies). The intellect dwells in the 'depths of the soul'; it constitutes the innermost aspect of the heart (St Diadochos, 79, 88: in our translation, vol. i, pp.. 280, 287). The intellect is the organ of contemplation (q.v.), the 'eye of the heart' (Makarian Homilies).
  11. ^ a b The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church, by Vladimir Lossky SVS Press, 1997, pg 33 (ISBN 0-913836-31-1). James Clarke & Co Ltd, 1991, pg 71 (ISBN 0-227-67919-9).
  12. ^ Anthropological turn in Christian theology: an Orthodox perspective Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine. by Sergey S. Horujy
  13. ^ "The Illness and cure of the soul" Archived 2011-09-27 at the Wayback Machine. Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos
  14. ^ The Relationship between Prayer and Theology Archived 2007-10-11 at the Wayback Machine.
  15. ^ "Jesus Christ - The Life of the World", John S. Romanides”. 2017年6月29日時点のオリジナルよりアーカイブ。2009年5月9日閲覧。


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