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Valery Petroff: Bibliography

BOOKS:

John Scottus Eriugena. Homily on the Prologue to St John's Gospel. Introduction, Russian translation and notes by Valery V. Petroff (Moscow: Museum Graeco-Latinum, 1995), 352 p.

 

Maximus the Confessor: Ontology and Method in the 7th Century Byzantine Philosophy (Moscow: Insitute of Philosophy, The Russian Academy of Sciences, 2007), 200 p

  

ARTICLES IN ENGLISH:

"The De Templo of Bede as the Source of an Ideal Temple Description in Eriugena’s Aulae Sidereae", Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales 65, 1 (1998), pp. 97-106.

 

«Theoriae of the Return in John Scottus’ Eschatology», History and Eschatology in John Scottus Eriugena and His Time. Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the SPES, Maynooth and Dublin, August 16-20, 2000, eds. James McEvoy and Michael Dunne (Leuven: University Press, 2002), pp. 527-579. 

 

«Eriugena on the Spiritual Body», American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 79, 4 (2005), pp. 597-610.

 

 

ARTICLES IN RUSSIAN:

 

Noun and Being: Grammar and Ontology in Fridugisus”, Historical-Philosophical Yearbook ’96 (Moscow: Nauka, 1997), pp. 97–108.

 

Eriugena's Paradoxical Reasoning in the Periphyseon, Philosophy of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Part 1. Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valery V. Petroff (Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 1998), pp. 167-217.

 

Carolingian School Texts: Glosses from the Circle of John Scottus and Remigius of Auxerre”, Philosophy of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valery V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2000), pp. 530-591

 

Epilogue of John ScottusAulae sidereae (vv. 72-101) and the Earlier Poetic Tradition, Dialogue with Time 1 (1999), pp. 46-59.

 

The Totality of Nature and Methods of Its Investigation in Eriugena’s Periphyseon”, Philosophy of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valery V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2000), pp. 417-479

 

"Theologia naturalis in Eriugena’s Eschatology", Philosophy of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Part 3. Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valery V. Petroff  (Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2002), pp. 206-269.

 

Origen’s Teaching on the Risen Body and Its Influence on the Theology of Gregory of Nyssa and John Eriugena”, IXth Christmas Readings. Theology and Philosophy: Aspects of Dialogue. The Proceedings of a Conference (25.01. 2001, Institute of PHilosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences). Ed. by V.Shokhin (Moscow: Synodal Theological Comission, Institute of Philosophy RAS, 2002), pp. 22-58.

 

«Quod est super omne nomen et omne verbum: John Scottus on the Knowledge of God in Periphyseon I», Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2000 (Moscow: Nauka, 2002), pp. 61-65.

 

Kinnor, Cithara, Psaltery in Iconography and Texts: to the Interpretation of an Anglo-Saxon Gloss”, Dialogue with Time 11 (2004), pp. 293-343; 12 (2004), pp. 243-271.

 

The World of the Living Beings and the Saintly Dead in the Early Middle Ages: Afterword to the Peter Brown’s The Cult of the Saints», in: Peter Brown. The Cult of the Saints. Its Rise and Function in Latin Christianity (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2004).

 

«Ἁρπαγμός and ἅρπαγμα: Critical Comments to Fr Pavel Florensky’s Article “Who Did Not Consider It Rapture (Phil 2:6-8)”, Dialogue with Time 13 (2004), pp. 327-334

 

The Teaching on the Primordial Causes and Biblical Exegesis in John Scottus’ Periphyseon II, 545B–562B”, Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2004 (Moscow: Nauka 2005), pp. 33–39.

 

"Hypostatic Divisions and Unions of the Created within the Conceptual Framework of Maximus the Confessor’ Ambiguum XLI", Theological Works 40 (2005), сс. 47-73

 

Let the fish of the sea inform you: Three Biblical Glosses of Canterbury School”, Literary Genres and Forms in Medieval Written Culture" (Moscow: Institute of the World Literature, 2005), pp. 45-62.

 

Ambiguum XLI of Maximus the Confessor: Its Main Concepts, Sources, and Interpretation, Cosmos and Soul. Teaching on the Universe and Man in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Essays and Translations). Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valey V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2005), pp. 147-271.

 

Origen’s Teaching on the Risen Body in His Contemporary Intellectual Context”, Cosmos and Soul. Teaching on the Universe and Man in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Essays and Translations). Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valey V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2005), pp. 577-632.

 

Body and Corporeality in John Scottus’ Eschatology”, Cosmos and Soul. Teaching on the Universe and Man in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Essays and Translations). Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valey V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2005), pp. 633–756.

 

"Gnosis: Its Meaning and Functions in Maximus the Confessor", Puncta 3-4 [5] (2005), pp. 7-25

 

"Cognitive Triad of Rational Soul as the Image of the Divine Trinity in John Scottus' Periphyseon II, 562C–590D", Puncta 1-2 [6] (2006), pp. 7-22.

 

John Scottus on Creation from Nothing and on the Eternity of the Creation in the Word of God”, Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2006 (Moscow: Nauka, 2006), pp. 58-76.

 

John Scottus on the Non-existence of Evil, The Problem of Evil and Theodicy. Proceedings of an International Conference, June  6-9, 2005. Ed. V.K. Shokhin (Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 2006), pp. 140-152.

 

"The logos of being in Maximus the Confessor: Some Hermeneutical Problems», Philosophical Sciences 9 (2007), pp. 112-128.

 

"Maximus the Confessor's Ambiguum ad Iohannem XXXVI (PG 91, 1304D–1316A) in the Context of the Earlier Philosopical and Theological Tradition", 17th  Annual Theological Conference of St Tikhon's Orthodox University. t. 1 (Moscow: St Tikhon's University Press, 2007), pp. 99–109.

 

"Soul's Subtle Body in the Eschatology of Origen and Didymus the Blind", Eschatological Doctrine of the Church: Proceedings of the Theological Conference of the Russian Orthodox Church. Moscow, November 14-17, 2005 (Moscow: Synodal Theological Comission, 2007), pp. 266-278.

 

"The Cognitive Faculties and the Hierarchy of Being in the Philosophy of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages", Puncta 1-2 (2007), pp. 22-39.

 

"Ontological System of Maximus the Confessor: the Transformation of the Ancient Philosophical Paradigm", Philosophical Issues 2 (2008), pp. 161-166.

 

An Interview: "Athens and Chartres: Conversations with Édouard Jeauneau"Dialogue with Time. Intellectual History Almanac 22 (2008), pp. 309-355

 

"Eucharist in Corpus Areopagiticum and in St Maximus the Confessor" [a section of the article «Eucharist» by several authors], in: Orthodox Encyclopedia, t. 17 (Moscow, 2008), pp. 600-604 [533-696].

 

"Σμβολα and συνθματα in the Theurgical Neoplatonism of Iamblichus and Proclus", Dialogue with Time 24 (2008), pp. 148-166.

 

Book Review: Sarah Klitenic Wear, John Dillon. Dionysius the Areopagite and the Neoplatonist Tradition: Despoiling the Hellenes (Aldershot; Burlington (VT): Ashgate, 2007). (Ashgate Studies in Philosophy & Theology in Late Antiquity XIII)», Bulletin of St Tikhon's Orthodox University. Series I: Theology. Philosophy 3 [23] (2008), pp. 88-105.

 

"The Sacrament of the Synaxis in the Corpus Dionysiacum and in St Maximus the Confessor", Bulletin of St Tikhon's Orthodox University. Series I: Theology. Philosophy 4 [24] (2008), pp. 48-59.  

 

 

TRANSLATIONS INTO RUSSIAN:

 

Plutarch. De facie quae in orbe lunae apparet, transl. by G.A. Ivanov, revision by V.V. Petroff, Philosophy of Nature in Aantiquity and the Middle Ages. Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valery V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2000), pp. 132-169.

 

Fridugisus. De nihilo et tenebris, transl. by V.V. Petroff, Historical-Philosophical Yearbook ’96 (Moscow: Nauka, 1997), pp. 108–115.

 

Porphyry. Launching-points to the Realm of Mind (Sententiae). Sent. 1–12, 16–17, 27–29, 32, 40 (fragm.)», Historical-Philosophical Yearbook ’95 (Moscow: Martys, 1996), pp. 233–247

 

John Scottus. Periphyseon I (441А-446А; 462D-463C; 474B-500C), transl. and notes by V.V. Petroff, Philosophy of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Eds. Piama P. Gaidenko and Valery V. Petroff (Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2000), pp. 480-529

 

John Scottus. Periphyseon I (446A-474B; 500C-524B)», Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2000 (Moscow: Nauka, 2002), pp. 65-134.

 

John Scottus. Periphyseon II (523D-545B), Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2003 (Moscow: Nauka, 2004), pp. 91-121

 

John Scottus. Periphyseon II (545B–562B), Historical-Philosophical Yearbook 2004 (Moscow: Nauka, 2005), pp. 40–68.  

 

John Scottus. Periphyseon II (562C–590D), Puncta 1-2 [6] (2006) , pp. 23-77.

 

Peter Brown. The Cult of the Saints. Its Rise and Function in Latin Christianity (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1981; in Russian: Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2004 (Translation, Notes, and Afterword by Valery Petroff).