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E·rig·e·na

 (ĭ-rĭj′ə-nə, -rē′jə-) or Er·iu·ge·na (ĕr-yo͞o′jə-), John Scotus 810?-877?
Irish-born theologian and philosopher who sought to reconcile Neoplatonism and Christian belief in his principal work, On the Division of Nature (862-866).

Erigena

(ˌɛrɪˈdʒiːnə)
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(Biography) John Scotus. ?800–?877 ad, Irish Neo-Platonist philosopher

E•rig•e•na

(ɪˈrɪdʒ ə nə)

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Johannes Scotus, A.D. c810–c877, Irish philosopher and theologian.
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Unos siglos mas adelante esta idea es retomada por Scoto Erigena y otros que postularon la trascendencia absoluta de Dios por sobre todas las determinaciones de la sustancia, incluso hasta la misma determinacion de ser, y utilizaron para ello el termino 'superesente'.
El nazismo adolece de irrealidad, como los infiernos de Erigena.
So believed Gregory of Nyssa, / Johannes Scotus Erigena, Ruysbroeck, and William Blake" (312).
Con una categoria menor de amenaza (Casi Amenazadas) se han encontrado ocho taxones: Asplenium billotii, Celtis australis, Cytisus malacitanus, Erica erigena, Erica terminalis, Halimium atriplicifolium subsp.
Claro esta, otros pensadores como Juan Escoto Erigena (en la llamada Preescolastica), Siger de Bravante (en la Alta Escolastica) y Guillermo de Occam (en la Escolastica Tardia), pudieran tambien dar luces sobre el asunto tratado, pero estos seran motivo de futuras reflexiones.
780-856) (18), y Juan Escoto Eriugena o Erigena (810-877) (19) penetrando asi en lo que conocemos como Edad Media.
Berengario (34), hombre tambien instruido cayo en muchos errores con la leccion de un libro de Juan Erigena (35).
Adoption , improvement and protection of all the humid habitats with Ulex minor, Molinia caerulea and Erica ciliaris; and with Cheirolophus uliginosus, Pinguicula lusitanica, Erica erigena, Fuirena pubescens and Juncus rugosus;
Similar theological conundrums arise over sexual desire: for example, was Adam concupiscent in Eden or were his erections, as Johannes Scotus Erigena claimed, freely commanded by will rather than the excitation of desire?
For example, the Church condemned as heretical several conclusions of John Scotus Erigena (810-877 AD)--Europe's sole original philosopher for a full six hundred years--and burned one of his books so efficiently that not a single copy has survived.
In his book Man and Nature, Nasr emphasized the need for Christians to return to a theology of nature as understood in the "intellectual light of the early Church Fathers, the Christian metaphysicians of the Middle Age, such as Erigena and Eckhardt, or in the sense of the theosophy of Jacob Bohme.