International Conference on St. Maximus the Confessor
The Architecture of the Cosmos
Helsinki, September 2nd - 4th 2013
The conference papers have been published
as a book. For more information, click here.
The following papers will be presented at the Conference:
The Exterior and the Interior Space in the Mystagogia of St. Maximus the Confessor.
Maximus Confessor’s teaching on God's providence. (NB! This paper was sent in absentia)
Pseudo Macarius as explicit but unnoticed source of the cosmic liturgy of Maximus Confessor.
The Mystery of Christ as Revived Logos Theology.
Peter Van Deun:
Exploring some unedited or neglected texts attributed to Maximus the Confessor.
Maximus on the ontological structure of reality. (NB! This paper was sent in absentia)
Apatheia in Maximus the Confessor.
γωνία - Looking Into the Corners of St. Maximus' Cosmic Architecture
Inner and Outer Worlds: Maximus the Confessor’s Eucharistic Gnosiology.
The metaphysical position of the divine as ‘desirable’ in Proclus’ Platonic theology and Maximus Confessor’s thought. (NB! This paper was sent in absentia)
World Cosmos and Church Cosmos: St. Maximus the Confessor and Modern Cosmology.
Change, Motion and Place in Maximus Confessor's Ambigua.
Saint Maximus on the Lord’s Prayer: An Inquiry into his relationship to the Origenist tradition
Valery V. Petroff:
Ὑπάρχω and ὑφίστημι in Maximus the Confessor’s Ambigua
Torstein T. Tollefsen:
The Concept of the Universal in the Philosophy of St Maximus.
For information about the speakers,
please go to our Speakers page.