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John Scottus Eriugena: Greatest Theologian of Early Medieval Christianity
(Compilation copyrighted © 2009 by Timothy Conway, Ph.D., based on works by Dermot Moran, Deirdre Carabine and others. [1] )

The crucially important Christian mystic philosopher, translator, theologian and poet, John Scottus Eriugena ( Johannes Scottus Eriugena or Scotus Erigena ), lived from about 800 or 810 to perhaps 877 CE and has been praised as the “Greatest mind of the early western Medieval period—or last great mind of Antiquity.”

John “of Ireland” ( Eriugena means “Irish-born,” where the Scotti were an ancient and extensive tribe) is a major figure in the development of mystical spirituality in western European Christianity. He served as the primary translator-conduit for ideas from the great Greek Christian minds of the Middle-East and Near-East to come into Europe. Richard Woods, expert on the history of Christian spirituality, observes: “It is largely through his efforts that the mystical Neoplatonism of the Eastern Church entered the Latin West.” Or as another writer puts it: “Eriugena was responsible for the meeting of Athens and Rome in Gaul.” (Deirdre Carabine)

The Asian idea of nondualism developed in the Vedic and post-Vedic Hindu philosophies, and in the Buddhist traditions. [3] The oldest traces of nondualism in Indian thought are found as Advaita in the earlier Hindu Upanishads such as Brihadaranyaka Upanishad , as well as other pre-Buddhist Upanishads such as the Chandogya Upanishad , which emphasizes the unity of individual soul called Atman and the Supreme called Brahman . In Hinduism, nondualism has more commonly become associated with the Advaita Vedanta tradition of Adi Shankara . [4]

The Buddhist tradition added the teachings of śūnyatā ; the two truths doctrine , the nonduality of the absolute and the relative truth, [5] [6] and the Yogachara notion of "mind/thought only" ( citta-matra ) or "representation-only" ( vijñaptimātra ). [4] Vijñapti-mātra and the two truths doctrine, coupled with the concept of Buddha-nature , have also been influential concepts in the subsequent development of Mahayana Buddhism, not only in India, but also in China and Tibet, most notably the Chán (Zen) and Dzogchen traditions.

Western Neo-Platonism is an essential element of both Christian contemplation and mysticism , and of Western esotericism and modern spirituality , especially Unitarianism , Transcendentalism , Universalism and Perennialism .

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John Scottus Eriugena: Greatest Theologian of Early Medieval Christianity
(Compilation copyrighted © 2009 by Timothy Conway, Ph.D., based on works by Dermot Moran, Deirdre Carabine and others. [1] )

The crucially important Christian mystic philosopher, translator, theologian and poet, John Scottus Eriugena ( Johannes Scottus Eriugena or Scotus Erigena ), lived from about 800 or 810 to perhaps 877 CE and has been praised as the “Greatest mind of the early western Medieval period—or last great mind of Antiquity.”

John “of Ireland” ( Eriugena means “Irish-born,” where the Scotti were an ancient and extensive tribe) is a major figure in the development of mystical spirituality in western European Christianity. He served as the primary translator-conduit for ideas from the great Greek Christian minds of the Middle-East and Near-East to come into Europe. Richard Woods, expert on the history of Christian spirituality, observes: “It is largely through his efforts that the mystical Neoplatonism of the Eastern Church entered the Latin West.” Or as another writer puts it: “Eriugena was responsible for the meeting of Athens and Rome in Gaul.” (Deirdre Carabine)

The Asian idea of nondualism developed in the Vedic and post-Vedic Hindu philosophies, and in the Buddhist traditions. [3] The oldest traces of nondualism in Indian thought are found as Advaita in the earlier Hindu Upanishads such as Brihadaranyaka Upanishad , as well as other pre-Buddhist Upanishads such as the Chandogya Upanishad , which emphasizes the unity of individual soul called Atman and the Supreme called Brahman . In Hinduism, nondualism has more commonly become associated with the Advaita Vedanta tradition of Adi Shankara . [4]

The Buddhist tradition added the teachings of śūnyatā ; the two truths doctrine , the nonduality of the absolute and the relative truth, [5] [6] and the Yogachara notion of "mind/thought only" ( citta-matra ) or "representation-only" ( vijñaptimātra ). [4] Vijñapti-mātra and the two truths doctrine, coupled with the concept of Buddha-nature , have also been influential concepts in the subsequent development of Mahayana Buddhism, not only in India, but also in China and Tibet, most notably the Chán (Zen) and Dzogchen traditions.

Western Neo-Platonism is an essential element of both Christian contemplation and mysticism , and of Western esotericism and modern spirituality , especially Unitarianism , Transcendentalism , Universalism and Perennialism .

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John Scottus Eriugena: Greatest Theologian of Early Medieval Christianity
(Compilation copyrighted © 2009 by Timothy Conway, Ph.D., based on works by Dermot Moran, Deirdre Carabine and others. [1] )

The crucially important Christian mystic philosopher, translator, theologian and poet, John Scottus Eriugena ( Johannes Scottus Eriugena or Scotus Erigena ), lived from about 800 or 810 to perhaps 877 CE and has been praised as the “Greatest mind of the early western Medieval period—or last great mind of Antiquity.”

John “of Ireland” ( Eriugena means “Irish-born,” where the Scotti were an ancient and extensive tribe) is a major figure in the development of mystical spirituality in western European Christianity. He served as the primary translator-conduit for ideas from the great Greek Christian minds of the Middle-East and Near-East to come into Europe. Richard Woods, expert on the history of Christian spirituality, observes: “It is largely through his efforts that the mystical Neoplatonism of the Eastern Church entered the Latin West.” Or as another writer puts it: “Eriugena was responsible for the meeting of Athens and Rome in Gaul.” (Deirdre Carabine)

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John Scottus Eriugena: Greatest Theologian of Early Medieval Christianity
(Compilation copyrighted © 2009 by Timothy Conway, Ph.D., based on works by Dermot Moran, Deirdre Carabine and others. [1] )

The crucially important Christian mystic philosopher, translator, theologian and poet, John Scottus Eriugena ( Johannes Scottus Eriugena or Scotus Erigena ), lived from about 800 or 810 to perhaps 877 CE and has been praised as the “Greatest mind of the early western Medieval period—or last great mind of Antiquity.”

John “of Ireland” ( Eriugena means “Irish-born,” where the Scotti were an ancient and extensive tribe) is a major figure in the development of mystical spirituality in western European Christianity. He served as the primary translator-conduit for ideas from the great Greek Christian minds of the Middle-East and Near-East to come into Europe. Richard Woods, expert on the history of Christian spirituality, observes: “It is largely through his efforts that the mystical Neoplatonism of the Eastern Church entered the Latin West.” Or as another writer puts it: “Eriugena was responsible for the meeting of Athens and Rome in Gaul.” (Deirdre Carabine)

The Asian idea of nondualism developed in the Vedic and post-Vedic Hindu philosophies, and in the Buddhist traditions. [3] The oldest traces of nondualism in Indian thought are found as Advaita in the earlier Hindu Upanishads such as Brihadaranyaka Upanishad , as well as other pre-Buddhist Upanishads such as the Chandogya Upanishad , which emphasizes the unity of individual soul called Atman and the Supreme called Brahman . In Hinduism, nondualism has more commonly become associated with the Advaita Vedanta tradition of Adi Shankara . [4]

The Buddhist tradition added the teachings of śūnyatā ; the two truths doctrine , the nonduality of the absolute and the relative truth, [5] [6] and the Yogachara notion of "mind/thought only" ( citta-matra ) or "representation-only" ( vijñaptimātra ). [4] Vijñapti-mātra and the two truths doctrine, coupled with the concept of Buddha-nature , have also been influential concepts in the subsequent development of Mahayana Buddhism, not only in India, but also in China and Tibet, most notably the Chán (Zen) and Dzogchen traditions.

Western Neo-Platonism is an essential element of both Christian contemplation and mysticism , and of Western esotericism and modern spirituality , especially Unitarianism , Transcendentalism , Universalism and Perennialism .


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