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Impudens societas, sive Iohannes Scythopolitanus conscius Areopagiticae fraudi

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rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2017 - 2
titolo Impudens societas, sive Iohannes Scythopolitanus conscius Areopagiticae fraudi
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 01-12-2017
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It is only through a scholion of John of Scythopolis that Crispus’ vision in the eight letter of Dionysius Areopagites can be traced back to an episode of Damascius’ life. This shows that the exegete was an aware accomplice in the forgery. Secrecy and venerableness were peculiarities of Areopagus’ judges. Damascius’ aim was to give a posterity to his own philosophy dressing it with Christian clothes into a contemptous fake.

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Crispus; Dionysius Areopagites; Damascius; John of Scythopolis.

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