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Η αντίστροφη προοπτική : το εικονοστάσι / Παύλου Φλωρένσκυ , εισαγωγή-μετάφραση-ερμηνευτικές σημειώσεις Σωτήρη Γουνελά.

By: Florenskiĭ, P. A. (Pavel Aleksandrovich), 1882-1937.
Contributor(s): Γουνελάς, Σωτήρης.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Αθήναι : Ίνδικτος, 2002Description: 331 σ. : εικ. , 25 εκ.ISBN: 9605180626.Uniform titles: La perspective inversee suivi de L' iconostase. Greek Subject(s): Florenskiĭ, P. A. (Pavel Aleksandrovich), 1882-1937 | Russkaëiìa pravoslavnaëiìa ëtìserkov§ -- Doctrines | Orthodox Eastern Church -- Doctrines | Icons -- Cult | Icons | Christianity and art -- Orthodox Eastern ChurchOther classification: Β9 12 Summary: Iconostasis is Fr. Pavel's final theological work. Composed in 1922, it explores in highly original terms the significance of the icon: its philosophic depth, its spiritual history, its empirical technique. In doing so, Fr. Pavel also sketches a new history of both Western religious art and the Orthodox icon: a history under the direct operation of the Holy Spirit. The work is original, challenging and profoundly articulate.
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Τίτλος γαλλικής μεταφράσεως: Paul Florensky, La perspective inversee suivi de L' iconostase.

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Iconostasis is Fr. Pavel's final theological work. Composed in 1922, it explores in highly original terms the significance of the icon: its philosophic depth, its spiritual history, its empirical technique. In doing so, Fr. Pavel also sketches a new history of both Western religious art and the Orthodox icon: a history under the direct operation of the Holy Spirit. The work is original, challenging and profoundly articulate.

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