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[publisher: Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck,] XII, 248 S. Vorderdeckel u. erste Seiten an d. oberen Ecke leicht geknickt, sonst tadelloses Ex. // Daniele Pevarello analysiert die Sentenzen des Sextus , eine Sammlung griechischer Aphorismen aus dem zweiten Jahrhundert, die von Sextus zusammengestellt wurden, einem ansonsten unbekannten christlichen Autor. Das Besondere an Sextus‘ Sammlung ist die Tatsache, dass die Sentenzen die christliche Neufassung hellenistischer Sprüche sind, von denen einige immer noch in heidnischen Gnomologien und bei Porphyrios erhalten sind. Pevarello untersucht das Problem der Kontinuität und der Diskontinuität zwischen den asketischen Tendenzen des christlichen Übersetzers und den Aphorismen, die in den heidnischen Quellen Selbstbeherrschung propagieren. Er hebt besonders hervor, wie einige Aspekte der stoischen, kynischen, platonischen und pythagoreischen Moraltraditionen, wie zum Beispiel sexuelle Enthaltsamkeit, selbstgewählte Armut, das Schweigegelübde und ein Leben in Abgeschiedenheit, mit Sextus‘ asketischen Ansichten vor dem Hintergrund der biblischen Traditionen verbunden wurde. Indem er sich auf diese Übernahme von hellenistischen Moraltraditionen stützt, zeigt Pevarello, was für eine bedeutende Rolle die moralische Tradition der griechischen Paideia bei Aufbau und Entwicklung der Selbstbeherrschung unter den frühen christlichen Asketen spielte. ISBN: 9783161525797 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 402 [München, Germany]
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Author: Pevarello, Daniele
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73.21
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Used, Publisher: Mohr Siebeck - 2013-10-01 - Paperback - English
Daniele Pevarello
USD
74.00
AHA-BUCH GmbH /ZVAB
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus, a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Einbeck, Germany]
Pevarello, Daniele
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76.11
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[publisher: Mohr Siebeck] 100% satisfaction guaranteed! We ship quicklyA Very Good copy, book shows minimal wear or usage. Satisfaction Guaranteed. [Nicholasville, KY, U.S.A.]
Pevarello Daniele
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76.11
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Mohr Siebeck, 2013-10-01. Paperback. Very Good. 100% satisfaction guaranteed! We ship quicklyA Very Good copy, book shows minimal wear or usage. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 2013. Mohr Siebeck 3161525795 US
Pevarello, Daniele
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76.41
Central Kentucky Book Supply via Alibris /Alibris
Mohr Siebeck 2013-10-01 Paperback Very Good 100% satisfaction guaranteed! We ship quicklyA Very Good copy, book shows minimal wear or usage. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
76.46
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[Columbia, MD, U.S.A.]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
79.26
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[Castle Donington, DERBY, United Kingdom]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
79.26
GreatBookPricesUK /AbebooksUK
[Castle Donington, DERBY, United Kingdom]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
79.43
Books2anywhere via Alibris /Alibris
Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K 11/1/2013 12: 00: 00 AM Softcover PLEASE NOTE, WE DO NOT SHIP TO DENMARK. New Book from multilingual publisher. Shipped from UK within 4 to 14 days. Please check language within the description.
Daniele Pevarello
USD
79.68
Chiron Media /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck 2013-10-01] [Wallingford, United Kingdom]
Daniele Pevarello
USD
79.68
Chiron Media /AbebooksUK
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck 2013-10-01] [Wallingford, United Kingdom]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
80.20
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Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K 11/1/2013 12: 00: 00 AM Softcover PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES WITHIN THE USA. New Book from multilingual publisher. Shipped from UK within 4 to 14 days. Please check language within the description.
Pevarello, Daniele:
USD
80.22
Antiquariat Logos /Abebooks
[publisher: Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck,] XII, 248 S. Vorderdeckel u. erste Seiten an d. oberen Ecke leicht geknickt, sonst tadelloses Ex. // Daniele Pevarello analysiert die Sentenzen des Sextus , eine Sammlung griechischer Aphorismen aus dem zweiten Jahrhundert, die von Sextus zusammengestellt wurden, einem ansonsten unbekannten christlichen Autor. Das Besondere an Sextus‘ Sammlung ist die Tatsache, dass die Sentenzen die christliche Neufassung hellenistischer Sprüche sind, von denen einige immer noch in heidnischen Gnomologien und bei Porphyrios erhalten sind. Pevarello untersucht das Problem der Kontinuität und der Diskontinuität zwischen den asketischen Tendenzen des christlichen Übersetzers und den Aphorismen, die in den heidnischen Quellen Selbstbeherrschung propagieren. Er hebt besonders hervor, wie einige Aspekte der stoischen, kynischen, platonischen und pythagoreischen Moraltraditionen, wie zum Beispiel sexuelle Enthaltsamkeit, selbstgewählte Armut, das Schweigegelübde und ein Leben in Abgeschiedenheit, mit Sextus‘ asketischen Ansichten vor dem Hintergrund der biblischen Traditionen verbunden wurde. Indem er sich auf diese Übernahme von hellenistischen Moraltraditionen stützt, zeigt Pevarello, was für eine bedeutende Rolle die moralische Tradition der griechischen Paideia bei Aufbau und Entwicklung der Selbstbeherrschung unter den frühen christlichen Asketen spielte. ISBN: 9783161525797 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 402 [München, Germany]
Pevarello, Daniele:
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80.22
Antiquariat Logos /AbebooksDE
[publisher: Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck,] XII, 248 S. Vorderdeckel u. erste Seiten an d. oberen Ecke leicht geknickt, sonst tadelloses Ex. // Daniele Pevarello analysiert die Sentenzen des Sextus , eine Sammlung griechischer Aphorismen aus dem zweiten Jahrhundert, die von Sextus zusammengestellt wurden, einem ansonsten unbekannten christlichen Autor. Das Besondere an Sextus‘ Sammlung ist die Tatsache, dass die Sentenzen die christliche Neufassung hellenistischer Sprüche sind, von denen einige immer noch in heidnischen Gnomologien und bei Porphyrios erhalten sind. Pevarello untersucht das Problem der Kontinuität und der Diskontinuität zwischen den asketischen Tendenzen des christlichen Übersetzers und den Aphorismen, die in den heidnischen Quellen Selbstbeherrschung propagieren. Er hebt besonders hervor, wie einige Aspekte der stoischen, kynischen, platonischen und pythagoreischen Moraltraditionen, wie zum Beispiel sexuelle Enthaltsamkeit, selbstgewählte Armut, das Schweigegelübde und ein Leben in Abgeschiedenheit, mit Sextus‘ asketischen Ansichten vor dem Hintergrund der biblischen Traditionen verbunden wurde. Indem er sich auf diese Übernahme von hellenistischen Moraltraditionen stützt, zeigt Pevarello, was für eine bedeutende Rolle die moralische Tradition der griechischen Paideia bei Aufbau und Entwicklung der Selbstbeherrschung unter den frühen christlichen Asketen spielte. ISBN: 9783161525797 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 402 [München, Germany]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
84.86
Paperbackshop International via Alibris /Alibris
Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K 11/1/2013 12: 00: 00 AM Softcover PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES WITHIN THE UK New Book from multilingual publisher. Shipped from UK within 4 to 14 days. Please check language within the description.
Daniele Pevarello
USD
86.04
Rheinberg-Buch /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus , a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Bergisch Gladbach, Germany]
Daniele Pevarello
USD
86.04
BuchWeltWeit Inh. Ludwig Meier e.K. /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus , a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Bergisch Gladbach, Germany]
Daniele Pevarello
USD
86.04
AHA-BUCH GmbH /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus, a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Einbeck, Germany]
Daniele Pevarello
USD
86.04
BuchWeltWeit Inh. Ludwig Meier e.K. /AbebooksDE
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus , a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Bergisch Gladbach, Germany]
Daniele Pevarello
USD
86.04
AHA-BUCH GmbH /AbebooksDE
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus, a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Einbeck, Germany]
Daniele Pevarello
USD
86.04
Rheinberg-Buch /AbebooksDE
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Nov 2013] Neuware - Daniele Pevarello analyzes the Sentences of Sextus , a second century collection of Greek aphorisms compiled by Sextus, an otherwise unknown Christian author. The specific character of Sextus' collection lies in the fact that the Sentences are a Christian rewriting of Hellenistic sayings, some of which are still preserved in pagan gnomologies and in Porphyry. Pevarello investigates the problem of continuity and discontinuity between the ascetic tendencies of the Christian compiler and aphorisms promoting self-control in his pagan sources. In particular, he shows how some aspects of the Stoic, Cynic, Platonic and Pythagorean moral traditions, such as sexual restraint, voluntary poverty, the practice of silence and of a secluded life were creatively combined with Sextus' ascetic agenda against the background of the biblical tradition. Drawing on this adoption of Hellenistic moral traditions, Pevarello shows how great a part the moral tradition of Greek paideia played in the shaping and development of self-restraint among early Christian ascetics. 248 pp. Englisch [Bergisch Gladbach, Germany]
Daniele Pevarello (author)
USD
87.49
Blackwell's /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. KG 2013-11-01, Tubingen] [Oxford, OX, United Kingdom]
Daniele Pevarello (author)
USD
87.49
Blackwell's /AbebooksUK
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. KG 2013-11-01, Tubingen] [Oxford, OX, United Kingdom]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
93.60
ISD LLC /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebeck] First Edition [Bristol, CT, U.S.A.]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
93.60
ISD via Alibris /Alibris
Mohr Siebeck 2013 1st paperback New
Pevarello Daniele
USD
93.60
ISD /Biblio
Mohr Siebeck, 2013. 1st. paperback. New. 2013. Mohr Siebeck 3161525795 US
Daniele Pevarello (Author)
USD
94.76
Blackwell's via Alibris /Alibris
Tubingen Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. KG 2013 Trade paperback New in new dust jacket.
Pevarello Daniele
USD
101.19
Revaluation Books /Biblio
Mohr Siebrek Ek, 2013. Paperback. New. 248 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.75 inches. 2013. Mohr Siebrek Ek 3161525795 GB
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
101.26
Revaluation Books /Abebooks
[publisher: Mohr Siebrek Ek] 248 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. [Exeter, United Kingdom]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
101.26
Revaluation Books /AbebooksUK
[publisher: Mohr Siebrek Ek] 248 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. [Exeter, United Kingdom]
Pevarello, Daniele
USD
116.66
Revaluation Books via Alibris /Alibris
Mohr Siebrek Ek 2013 Softcover New 248 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.75 inches.
Author: Pevarello, Daniele
USD
185.23
AmazonCA Marketplace /AmazonCA
Used, Publisher: Coronet Books - 2014-02-25 - Paperback - English
Daniele Pevarello
USD
209.82
Books Express /Biblio
2013-10-01. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be re-issue. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! 2013. 3161525795 US
Daniele Pevarello
USD
339.90
Books Express /Biblio
2013-10-01. New. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May be re-issue. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! 2013. 3161525795 US
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