Discusses the principles of Maximus' Trinitarian theology. Notions such as essence, hypostasis, and person are presented. The chapter argues that hypostasis or person is any concrete and individual instance of any kind of being. This, then, is contrasted with modern personalist interpretations of the same notions.
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