Evagrius Ponticus: The Making of a Gnostic
Focusing on his concept of perfection as the acquisition of spiritual knowledge, this book re-evaluates current perceptions of Evagrius Ponticus's thought and character by comparing and contrasting him with his fourth-century contemporaries and with his predecessors, both Christian and pagan.
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