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Sort order. Start your review of Cristianismo primitivo y paideia griega. Feb 19, Rodolfo rated it really liked it Shelves: educaci-n. View 1 comment. Mar 12, Isabel Hernandez rated it really liked it Shelves: clase-helena. May 03, Hyram Sempere rated it really liked it. There is a somewhat gnostic presupposition among Christians that, since Christianity is a divine revelation, it essentially receives zero influence from pagan culture; that is, to the extent Christianity interacted with its cultural milieu, it was a force always acting and never acted upon.
Such a thesis, Jaeger shows, will not bear scrutiny. Christianity was, quite to the contrary, profoundly influenced by Hellenistic Greek culture right from the beginning, and the Cappadocian fathers continued There is a somewhat gnostic presupposition among Christians that, since Christianity is a divine revelation, it essentially receives zero influence from pagan culture; that is, to the extent Christianity interacted with its cultural milieu, it was a force always acting and never acted upon.
Christianity was, quite to the contrary, profoundly influenced by Hellenistic Greek culture right from the beginning, and the Cappadocian fathers continued the trend. Quite dense and meandering, but a good introduction to the topic. Enjoyed reading about the differences and similarities in various contemporary systems of thought and philosophy. I know it's an odd comparison, but I couldn't help but think about Marvel's Cinematic Universe when reading about this.
Een beknopte, maar uiterst interessante inleiding tot de manier waarop de antieke Griekse cultuur in het vroege christendom doorleefde. Werner Jaeger schrijft helder en aangenaam, alleen de lange eindnoten bemoeilijken het leesproces enigszins.
This was a short essay tracing the development of Christianity and its intertwining with Greek Paideia. Interesting work. In this short but potent work, Jaeger offers an overview of early Christian adaptation of Greek culture and education, from Clement of Alexandria and Origen through the Cappadocian fathers.
Jaeger argues that early Christianity was not so much an opponent of late Hellenistic philosophy as its direct heir.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Werner Wilhelm Jaeger. Werner Wilhelm Jaeger. He received a Ph. His habilitation was on Nemesios of Emesa Only 26 years old, Jaeger was called to a professorship with chair at the University of Basel Jaeger attended school at Lobberich and at the Gymnasium Thomaeum in Kempen Jaeger studied at the University of Marburg and University of Berlin.
Only 26 years old, Jaeger was called to a professorship with chair at the University of Basel in Switzerland. One year later he moved to a similar position at Kiel, and in he returned to Berlin. Jaeger remained in Berlin until , when he emigrated to the United States because he was unhappy with Adolf Hitler's regime. Jaeger expressed his veiled disapproval with Humanistische Reden und Vortraege and his book on Demosthenes based on his Sather lecture from Jaeger's messages were fully understood in German university circles; the ardent Nazi followers sharply attacked Jaeger.
In the United States, Jaeger worked as a full professor at the University of Chicago from to , at which time he moved to Harvard University to continue his edition of the Church father Gregory of Nyssa on which he started before World War I.
Jaeger remained in Cambridge, Massachusetts, until his death. The Canadian philosopher James Doull was among his students at Harvard. Jaeger wrote two dissertations, one in Latin and one in German, on Aristotle's Metaphysics. Jaeger's edition of the Metaphysics was printed in Only two years after editing Gregory of Nyssa's Contra Eunomium , Jaeger became famous with his groundbreaking study on Aristotle in which largely remained undisputed until the s. Jaeger founded two journals: Die Antike — and the influential review journal Gnomon since This edition is a major scholarly achievement and the philological foundation of the current studies on the Cappadocian Fathers.
Jaeger is perhaps best known for his multivolume work "Paideia: The Ideals of Greek Culture", an extensive consideration of both the earliest practices and later philosophical reflections on the cultural nature of education in Ancient Greece, which he hoped would restore a decadent early 20th century Europe to the values of its Hellenic origins.
Jaeger's last lecture, Early Christianity and Greek Paideia is a very impressive summary of his life's work covering Greek philology, philosophy and theology from Homer, the Presocratic philosophers, Plato to the Church Fathers, roughly a thousand years.
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