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Encyclopedic trends in Byzantium? : proceedings of the international conference held in Leuven, 6-8 May 2009 / edited by Peter van Deun and Caroline Macé.

Otro(s) responsable(s): Deun, Peter van [ed.] | Macé, Caroline [ed.].
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroSeries Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta ; 212.Editor: Leuven : Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies, 2011Descripción: xix, 458 p.: ill.; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789042925571; 9042925574.Materia(s): IMPERIO BIZANTINO | LITERATURA BIZANTINA | ENCICLOPEDISMO
Contenidos:
Introduction / P. Van Deun ; C. Macé -- The Concept of Encyclopedism -- Die enzyklopädische Idee in Byzanz / P. Schreiner -- Late Antiquity -- ‘Encyclopedism’ in the Byzantine question-and-answer literature — the case of Pseudo-Kaisarios / Y. Papadogiannakis -- 9th-10th Centuries -- Some remarks on dogmatic florilegia based mainly on the florilegia of the early ninth century / A. Alexakis -- Le projet pédagogique de Photios / J. Schamp -- Byzantinische Briefflorilegien. Kopieren und Sammeln zur Zeit der Makedonenkaiser / M. Grünbart -- Cadre d’exposition / cadre de pensée — la culture du recueil / P. Odorico -- Selezione e organizzazione della poesia epigrammatica fra IX e X secolo — la perduta antologia di Costantino Cefala e l’Antologia Palatina / F. Maltomini -- Byzantine tears — a pseudo-Chrysostomic fragment on weeping in the Florilegium Coislinianum / T. Fernández -- Orthodoxy and history in tenth-century Byzantine ‘encyclopedism’ / P. Magdalino -- Sammeln und Exzerpieren in der Zeit Konstantins VII. Porphyrogennetos. Zu den Fragmenten des Petros Patrikios im sogenannten Zeremonienbuch / C. Sode -- The catena Marciana on the Song of Songs / R. Ceulemans -- 11th-12th Centuries -- Spiritual ‘encyclopedias’ in eleventh-century Byzantium? Miscellaneous evidence for an encyclopedic outlook / B. Crostini -- Iakovos Monachos and spiritual encyclopedias / E. Jeffreys -- East or West, home is best. Where to situate the cradle of the De Oeconomia Dei? / I. De Vos -- The De Oeconomia Dei by Nilus Doxapatres — a tentative definition / S. Neirynck -- Dialogue and anthologies of the Sacred arsenal by Andronikos Kamateros — sources, arrangements, purposes / A. Bucossi -- 13th-14th Centuries -- Teaching Hesychasm by means of florilegia — sources of Mark the Monk’s Florilegium / Ph. Roelli -- Les anthologies scolaires commentées de la période des Paléologues, à l’école de Maxime Planude et de Manuel Moschopoulos / P. Canart -- Theodore Metochites’s Seimeioseis Gnomikai — Personal Encyclopedism / M. Featherstone -- Zur intellektuellen Polemik des Nikephoros Gregoras / F. Tinnefeld -- Les Kephalaia de Chariton des Hodèges (Paris, BnF, gr. 1630) / I. Pérez Martín -- Une summa ou un florilège commenté pour la vie spirituelle? L’œuvre Μέθοδος καὶ κανών de Calliste et Ignace Xanthopouloi / A. Rigo -- Indices -- Index manuscriptorum -- Index nominum.
Resumen: In May 2009 the Leuven Institute of Early Christian and Byzantine Studies organized an international congress, with the title: "Encyclopedic trends in Byzantium?" Some 40 scholars discussed the concept of Byzantine "encyclopedism", a notion coined definitively in 1971 by the French scholar Paul Lemerle as a characterization of Byzantine culture for the period 800-1000: the emphasis was not on creativity, but on collecting and copying; until very recent times the term "encyclopedism" has been repeated rather rashly in all kind of publications. Many problems have been dealt with during our congress: e.g. what are the definition and characteristics of Byzantine "encyclopedism"? Does the Byzantine understanding of this notion differ from ours? Has this really been the main feature of the period studied by Lemerle? Do these compilations mirror the broader cultural atmosphere in Byzantium? Which are the strategies (theological, literary, political) playing a part in the Byzantine art of compiling? The proceedings, containing more than 20 articles, pave the way for a prudent assessment of the so-called Byzantine "encyclopedism".
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Introduction / P. Van Deun ; C. Macé -- The Concept of Encyclopedism -- Die enzyklopädische Idee in Byzanz / P. Schreiner -- Late Antiquity -- ‘Encyclopedism’ in the Byzantine question-and-answer literature — the case of Pseudo-Kaisarios / Y. Papadogiannakis -- 9th-10th Centuries -- Some remarks on dogmatic florilegia based mainly on the florilegia of the early ninth century / A. Alexakis -- Le projet pédagogique de Photios / J. Schamp -- Byzantinische Briefflorilegien. Kopieren und Sammeln zur Zeit der Makedonenkaiser / M. Grünbart -- Cadre d’exposition / cadre de pensée — la culture du recueil / P. Odorico -- Selezione e organizzazione della poesia epigrammatica fra IX e X secolo — la perduta antologia di Costantino Cefala e l’Antologia Palatina / F. Maltomini -- Byzantine tears — a pseudo-Chrysostomic fragment on weeping in the Florilegium Coislinianum / T. Fernández -- Orthodoxy and history in tenth-century Byzantine ‘encyclopedism’ / P. Magdalino -- Sammeln und Exzerpieren in der Zeit Konstantins VII. Porphyrogennetos. Zu den Fragmenten des Petros Patrikios im sogenannten Zeremonienbuch / C. Sode -- The catena Marciana on the Song of Songs / R. Ceulemans -- 11th-12th Centuries -- Spiritual ‘encyclopedias’ in eleventh-century Byzantium? Miscellaneous evidence for an encyclopedic outlook / B. Crostini -- Iakovos Monachos and spiritual encyclopedias / E. Jeffreys -- East or West, home is best. Where to situate the cradle of the De Oeconomia Dei? / I. De Vos -- The De Oeconomia Dei by Nilus Doxapatres — a tentative definition / S. Neirynck -- Dialogue and anthologies of the Sacred arsenal by Andronikos Kamateros — sources, arrangements, purposes / A. Bucossi -- 13th-14th Centuries -- Teaching Hesychasm by means of florilegia — sources of Mark the Monk’s Florilegium / Ph. Roelli -- Les anthologies scolaires commentées de la période des Paléologues, à l’école de Maxime Planude et de Manuel Moschopoulos / P. Canart -- Theodore Metochites’s Seimeioseis Gnomikai — Personal Encyclopedism / M. Featherstone -- Zur intellektuellen Polemik des Nikephoros Gregoras / F. Tinnefeld -- Les Kephalaia de Chariton des Hodèges (Paris, BnF, gr. 1630) / I. Pérez Martín -- Une summa ou un florilège commenté pour la vie spirituelle? L’œuvre Μέθοδος καὶ κανών de Calliste et Ignace Xanthopouloi / A. Rigo -- Indices -- Index manuscriptorum -- Index nominum.

In May 2009 the Leuven Institute of Early Christian and Byzantine Studies organized an international congress, with the title: "Encyclopedic trends in Byzantium?" Some 40 scholars discussed the concept of Byzantine "encyclopedism", a notion coined definitively in 1971 by the French scholar Paul Lemerle as a characterization of Byzantine culture for the period 800-1000: the emphasis was not on creativity, but on collecting and copying; until very recent times the term "encyclopedism" has been repeated rather rashly in all kind of publications. Many problems have been dealt with during our congress: e.g. what are the definition and characteristics of Byzantine "encyclopedism"? Does the Byzantine understanding of this notion differ from ours? Has this really been the main feature of the period studied by Lemerle? Do these compilations mirror the broader cultural atmosphere in Byzantium? Which are the strategies (theological, literary, political) playing a part in the Byzantine art of compiling? The proceedings, containing more than 20 articles, pave the way for a prudent assessment of the so-called Byzantine "encyclopedism".

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