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The Moral Psychology of Clement of Alexandria
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In explaining what he took to be the cosmological, metaphysical, and ethical implications of the doctrine that the supreme God is a lawgiver, Clement provided the theoretical justifications for his views on a range of issues that included martyrdom, sexual asceticism, the status of the law of Moses, and the relationship between divine providence and human autonomy. By contextualizing Clement's discussions of volition against wider Greco-Roman debates about self-determination, it becomes possible to reinterpret the invocation of "free will" in early Christian heresiological discourse as part of a larger dispute about what human autonomy requires.
The Moral Psychology of Clement of Alexandria by Kathleen Gibbons was published by Taylor & Francis Ltd in September 2016. The ISBN for The Moral Psychology of Clement of Alexandria is 9781472454447.
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|Page last updated||11th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Kathleen Gibbons|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis Ltd (September 2016)|
|Number of Pages||240|