Dionysius the Areopagite: On the Divine Names and the Mystical Theology.Book information
Table of Contents
The Divine Names
Chapter 1. Dionysius the Presbyter, to his fellow-Presbyter Timothy.
Chapter 2. Concerning the Undifferencing and the Differentiation in Divinity, and the Nature of Divine Unification and Differentiation.
Chapter 3. What is the power of Prayer? Also concerning the Blessed Hierotheus and concerning Reverence and the Writing of Divinity.
Chapter 4. Concerning 'Good,' 'Light,' 'Beautiful,' 'Desire,' 'Ecstasy,' 'Jealousy.' Also that Evil is neither existent nor Sprung from anything existent nor inherent in existent things.
Chapter 5. Concerning 'Existence' and also concerning 'Exemplars.'
Chapter 6. Concerning 'Life.'
Chapter 7. Concerning 'Wisdom,' 'Mind,' 'Reason,' 'Truth,' 'Faith.'
Chapter 8. Concerning 'Power,' 'Righteousness,' 'Salvation,' 'Redemption'; and also concerning 'Inequality.'
Chapter 9. Concerning 'Great,' 'Small,' 'Different,' 'Like,' 'Unlike,' 'Standing,' 'Motion,' 'Equality.'
Chapter 10. Concerning 'Omnipotent,' 'Ancient of Days'; and also concerning 'Eternity' and 'Time.'
Chapter 11. Concerning 'Peace' and what is meant by 'Very Being' Itself, 'Very Life,' 'Very Power,' and similar phrases.
Chapter 12. Concerning 'Holy of holies,' 'King of kings,' 'Lord of lords,' 'God of gods.'
Chapter 13. Concerning 'Perfect' and 'One.'
The Mystical Theology
The Influence of Dionysius in Religious History