TETRAGRAMMATON AND CONCEPTION OF SINGLE GOD’S SUBSTANTIA IN AUGUSTINE’S “CONFESSIONS”, BOOK VII AND IN SPINOZA’S TEACHING Cover Image

ТЕТРАГРАММАТОН И КОНЦЕПЦИЯ ЕДИНОЙ БОЖЕСТВЕННОЙ СУБСТАНЦИИ В «ИСПОВЕДИ», КН. VII АВГУСТИНА И В УЧЕНИИ СПИНОЗЫ
TETRAGRAMMATON AND CONCEPTION OF SINGLE GOD’S SUBSTANTIA IN AUGUSTINE’S “CONFESSIONS”, BOOK VII AND IN SPINOZA’S TEACHING

Author(s): Igor Tantlevskij
Subject(s): Christian Theology and Religion, Metaphysics, Ancient Philosphy, Philosophy of Middle Ages, Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion
Published by: Новосибирский государственный университет
Keywords: Tetragrammaton; Ex. 3:14; Acts 17:28; substantia; Augustine; Spinoza;

Summary/Abstract: The author supposes that the Tetragrammaton’s interpretation, attested in Ex. 3:14, exerted direct influence on the formation of the conception of single, eternal, and infinite God’s substantia, reflected in Augustine’s “Confessions”, book vii and in Spinoza’s teaching.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 350-352
  • Page Count: 3
  • Language: Russian