Name: Welis Carlos Clemente
Type: MSc dissertation
Publication date: 25/09/2018
Advisor:

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Jorge Augusto da Silva Santos Advisor *

Examining board:

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Barbara Botter Internal Examiner *
Jorge Augusto da Silva Santos Advisor *
Nilo César Batista da Silva External Examiner *

Summary: The appearance in the Occident Medieval Latin of the works that you/they compose
"Corpus Dionysiacum" drove her/it a renewal in the religious mystic's study. Dionysius’
writings presented the coalition of two important reflection universes for the Man's
relationship with the Divine: the Christianity and the Neoplatonism. Their works were studied
along the centuries of many sort things out, but the philosophy ontological Dionysian was
despised as little original or it stayed obsequious the Theology. The theological reading of the
treaties Dionysians eclipsed for long time an own philosophical perspective containing
original elements so much in relationship to the Neoplatonism as the Christian Patristic.
Dionysius develops the manners of divine union not only in agreement with the Christianity,
but also inspired for the ideas developed by Neoplatonism. Leaving of the conception of God
as "HiperGood" or the "Supreme Goodness" looked for to demonstrate as the man can reach
the Mystic Union with the Divine by the exegesis of the concept ἕνωσις (Henosis) with the
use of a methodology exegesis picked directly in the textual sources, this works lens to
provide to the reader a philosophical understanding of the concept of the ἕνωσις as
fundamental principle for the accomplishment of the Mystic Union among Man and Divine.
Keywords: Metaphysics, Neoplatonism, Western Mystic, Christian Platonism,
Western Philosophy.

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