Names: ܐܘܓܪܝܣ6, 7, 8; Evagrius of Pontus; ܐܘܓܪܝܣ ܦܘܐܝܛܐ4; ܐܶܘܰܓܪܺܝܣ ܦܘܐܝܺܛܐ4; ܐܹܘܲܓܪܝܼܣ5; اوغريوس البنطي3; Evagrius7; Ewagrīs; Évagre8; Euagrios9. `Review from previous edition Sinkewicz has rendered Evagrius’s terse style into an English that is both clear and precise – no small achievement given. Despondency: The Spiritual Teaching of Evagrius of Pontus [Gabriel Bunge] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This ultimately joyful work is .

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St. Evagrius of Pontus ( – ) – Orthodox Fellowship of the Transfiguration

Although Evagrius is not mentioned by name in the Council’s 15 anathematisms, in the eyes of most contemporaries, the Council did evagrrius condemn the teachings of Evagrius, together with Origen and Didymus the Blind. This treatise contains chapters discussing the preliminary disciplines of the ascetic life, especially the passions.

Zum ersten Male in der Urschrift. Seine Stellung in der altchristlichen Literatur- und Dogmengeschichte. Translated by Simon Tugwell.

Syriac and Armenian Editions and translations 2: The eight patterns of evil thought are gluttonygreedslothsorrowlustevaagriusvaingloryand pride. The Christian Sogdian Manuscript C2.

Evagrius Ponticus

Greek edition and Italian translation: Page ranges should be limited to one or two pages when possible. Biblioteca apostolica Vaticana, Scholia in Lucam Collections of sayings found in the later esp. Oxford University Pressp.


Fragment preserved on Acts A set of chapters on the monastic life, written in distychs, in imitation of the Proverbs, directed probably to a monastic community in Jerusalem associated with Melania and Rufinus.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Pontu and Select Works. Syriac, Armenian, Latin, Georgian, and Sogdian. Greek edition and Pontud translation:.

Les anciens commentateurs grecs de l’Octateuque et des Rois: Scholia in Ecclesiasten scholia in ecclesiasten. Most Egyptian monks of that time were illiterate.

Basil, McGuire, Martin R. Arabic, Syriac, and Armenian Editions and translations The Skemmata of Evagrius Ponticus”. Epistula fidei epistula fidei Dogmatic Letter dogmatic letter Letter on Faith letter on faith Sermo sive dogmatica epistula de sanctissima trinitate sermo sive dogmatica epistula de sanctissima trinitate.

Evagrius of Pontus: The Greek Ascetic Corpus – Oxford Scholarship

Translated by Jeremy Driscoll. Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium — O samym dziele; Tlumaczenie [Evagrius of Pontus, ‘De malignis cogitationibus’: Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur; in Kommission bei F. Abhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse On the Imitation of Proverbs on the imitation of proverbs Ad imitationem Proverbiorum ad imitationem proverbiorum. Gennadius’s reference to “sententiae obscurae” may attest to an early Latin translation of this text.

But to understand the Holy Trinity is not only not in the power of our spirit, but it requires a superabundant grace from God. Many of Evagrius’ more ascetic works survive in Greek, often in manuscripts of the tenth century and after from Mount Athos and other monastic centres, although often attributed to Nilus of Ancyraor occasionally to Basil or Gregory of Nazianzus.


Ad imitationem Cantici canticorum Ancient translations: Coptic Fragments coptic fragments Fragmenta coptica fragmenta coptica. Through Cassian, Evagrius’ thought passed to Gregory the Great, and the Evagrian schema of eight generic thoughts afflicting the monks of Egypt was transformed into a pnotus now famous as the Seven Deadly Sins.

Translated by Augustine Casiday. Syriac and Armenian Editions and translations 3: Secondly, there is a chapter on Evagrius in the anonymous Enquiry about the monks of Egyptpojtus predates Palladius, and is a first-hand account of a voyage taken by seven monks from Palestine in the winter of to the principal monastic sites in Egypt.

Le gnostique, ou, A celui qui est devenu digne de la science. French translation and Greek edition:.