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Nemesius of Emesa on Human Nature

by Dusenbury, David Lloyd (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) hardback , 240 pages
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Oxford University Press 
20/08/2021 
United Kingdom 

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David Lloyd Dusenbury provides the first monograph in English on the first Christian anthropology-a text which influenced ideas about human nature in the Byzantine and Islamicate worlds, and in Europe, well into the early modern period.

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