Gloria. Una estética teológica / 2: Estilos eclesiásticos. Ireneo, Agustín, Dionisio, Anselmo, Buenaventura (Google eBook)

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Encuentro, 1985 - Religion - 350 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCCIÓN
13
El mito estético
35
El nacimiento de la forma teológica
46
Centro serenado
56
Arte temporal de Dios
70
Límite y anticipación
89
La vista la luz y la unidad
100
Verdad y bien
108
La estructura de la obra
154
Razón estética
211
El esplendor de la libertad
232
El triunfo de la plegaria
247
El Serafín y los estigmas
255
Trinidad idea reductio
275
Primero y segundo Adán
297
La estructura de la belleza
318

La belleza
116
La realidad de la imagen
125
Consonancia y analogía
138
El fenómeno
145
El corazón la cruz y la gloria
334
índice de nombres
346
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Page 11 - THE Church, which was once the mother of poets no less than of saints, during the last two centuries has relinquished to aliens the chief glories of poetry, if the chief glories of holiness she has preserved for her own.
Page 11 - Beatrice — this supporting angel was still carven on his harp even when he stirred its strings in Paradise. What you theoretically know, vividly realize : that with many the religion of beauty must always be a passion and a power, that it is only evil when divorced from the worship of the Primal Beauty.
Page 11 - Qui igitur tantis rerum creaturarum splendoribus non illustratur caecus est; qui tantis clamoribus non evigilat surdus est; qui ex omnibus his effectibus Deum non laudat mutus est; qui ex tantis indiciis primum principium non advertit stultus est.
Page 11 - Fathers of the Church (we would say), pastors of the Church, pious laics of the Church: you are taking from its walls the panoply of Aquinas; take also from its walls the psaltery of Alighieri. Unrol the precedents of the Church's past; recall to your minds that Francis of Assisi was among the precursors of Dante; that, sworn to Poverty, he forswore not Beauty, but discerned through the lamp Beauty the Light God.

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