For this reason, Phaleas the Chalcedonian
first proposed, that the fortunes of the citizens should be equal, which he thought was not difficult to accomplish when a community was first settled, but that it was a work of greater difficulty in one that had been long established; but yet that it might be effected, and an equality of circumstances introduced by these means, that the rich should give marriage portions, but never receive any, while the poor should always receive, but never give.
giant," Thrasymachus, of whom we have already heard in the Phaedrus, is the personification of the Sophists, according to Plato's conception of them, in some of their worst characteristics.
(19) In this context we could in fact put forward a question about the meaning of the Chalcedonian
Definition--theon alethos kai anthropon alethos--truly God and truly a human being.
Gratian spoke of deaconesses numerous times in the Decretum, but it was the Chalcedonian
canon earlier mentioned that the glossators were most interested in.
However, we misunderstand Parler if we suppose him to be saying that Yoder's theology is built on the trinitarian and christological formulations of the Nicene and Chalcedonian
Moreover, along the way I show that Sobrino's account of mercy presupposes a Chalcedonian
Christology, further illustrating his continuity with the theological tradition.
Ciprian Iulian Toroczkai, "Toward an Expanded Formula of the Chalcedonian
formula describes the person of Jesus Christ as two natures, truly God and truly human, one in nature with the Godhead and one in nature with humankind.
One early example comes from a late ninth-century compilation called al-Jami' wujuh al-iman or "The Gatherer of the Aspects of the Faith." We do not know the name of its Chalcedonian
* Q 5:73 rebuts Monophysite Christology and not Chalcedonian
Richard Swinburne's "The coherence of the Chalcedonian
Definition of the incarnation" (153-67) discusses various interpretations of the Chalcedonian
For the Chalcedonian
tradition which Maximus the Confessor represents, the relationship between God and the creation is a "communion of energies", a reciprocity between the Creator and a creation whose dynamic character testifies in itself to the freedom of God's presence in things, being in the whole of creation in its differentiation and yet not being divided, but holding it all together in himself as Being.