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– Divine Species: John Philoponus’ Impact on Contemporary Chalcedonian Theology, In J. E. Rutherford (ed.), The Mystery of Christ in the Fathers of the Church: Essays in honour of D. Vincent Twomey SVD , Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011, pp. 94-105. 19. Krausmüller, D. Hiding in Plain Sight: Heterodox Trinitarian Speculation in the Writings of Nicetas Stethatos, Scrinium 9, 2013, pp. 255-284. 20. Krausmüller, D. On the relation between the Late Antique and Byzantine Christological discourses: Observations about Theodore of Stoudios.’ Third Antirrheticus . Jahrbuch

could be something challenging and difficult but it is a moral duty for us to highlight the philosophical tasks of Orthodoxy. From this point of view I would like to ask you if you consider that the main characteristic of Orthodoxy could be metaphysics. And when I am saying “metaphysics” I especially make reference to the works of Holy Fathers of the Church such as Saint Maximus the Confessor. Travis Dumsday: The issue of the relationship between Orthodoxy and philosophy is of course very old and very complicated. It is well-known that the dialogue with Greek

: John Philoponus’ Impact on Contemporary Chalcedonian Theology. In: The Mystery of Christ in the Fathers of the Church: Essays in honour of D. Vincent Twomey SVD. J. Rutherford (ed.). Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2011, pp. 94-105. 22. Krausmüller, D. Hiding in Plain Sight: Heterodox Trinitarian Speculation in the Writings of Nicetas Stethatos. Scrinium 9, 2013, pp. 255-284. 23. Krausmüller, D. Responding to John Philoponus: Hypostases, Particular Substances and Perichoresis in the Trinity. Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture 9, 2015, pp. 13-28. 24. Kuratowski