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  • The Immaterial Theurgy of Boethius 

    Curran, Martin H. (2012-08-28)
    This thesis is an attempt to understand the efficacy of prayer in Boethius’ 'Consolation of Philosophy.' Prayer is man’s commercium with the divine realm, and so prayer is higher than human thought. The highest stage of ...
  • THE ROLE OF THE PHYSICAL IN AUGUSTINE’S RETURN TO GOD IN THE CONFESSIONES 

    Wollf, Justin
    The role of the physical in the Trinitarian cosmos of the Confessiones demonstrates the natural capacity of the human to return to God by, and with, physical bodies. The physical is the relative basis and beginning of ...
  • Systematic Theology: Iamblichus' Reception of Plotinian Psychology 

    McAllister, Nathan
    The following inquiry seeks to demonstrate that Iamblichus’ account of theurgy, rather than an example of a theological critique emerging from outside of the Platonic school, represents a development of the tradition as ...