The Ontological, Epistemic and Linguistic Dimensions of Pseudo-Dionysius’s Negative Theology

Amir Nasri; Atiye Keshtkaran

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 97-115

  Negative theology, which manifests in linguistic negation and can be studied in terms of its ontological, epistemic and linguistic dimensions, answers the question of how to speak about God’s essence and possibility of knowing Him. Pseudo-Dionysius is a medieval Christian philosopher and mystic, ...  Read More