Describes Maximus' life and his place within the intellectual world of the Late Antiquity. It examines the logical tools Maximus makes use of in his theology, such as the Porphyrian Tree and the distinction between the universal and the particular. Also such concepts as union, difference, whole, and part, as well as the Plotinian notion of the Universal Intellect are discussed.
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