Neo-Chalcedonianism and the Council of 553 by Eugene Michael Ludwig

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He is interesting for the example he gives us of neo- Chalcedonism fifty years before its canonized form at Constantinople II, and he shows us that Chalcedonians and monophysites were still largely at an impasse, althoug there were some who were looking for a via media. The most interesting feature of the neo-Chalcedonism of this period is that while it recognized the legitimacy of the Cyrillian 1 Jbtd. 4 47 Christologial formula properly understood, it had not yet adopted the use of a theopaschite formula.

X Ibid. 7�10. "And as I wrote to Nephalius, 'we are one Ibid. thing and one φΰσυε from two conjoined things; these are a body and a soul, and this is the human being. " 45 meaning such as "existence as an individual" which would not also apply to φΰσυε. We have no evidence for how Nephalius defined his terms, but it is evident that he did distinguish between φΰσυε and ύπόστασυε in some way and is thus working within a different metaphysical framework than Severus. It also appears that Nephalius and Severus are really talking past one another rather than to one another.

7�10. "And as I wrote to Nephalius, 'we are one Ibid. thing and one φΰσυε from two conjoined things; these are a body and a soul, and this is the human being. " 45 meaning such as "existence as an individual" which would not also apply to φΰσυε. We have no evidence for how Nephalius defined his terms, but it is evident that he did distinguish between φΰσυε and ύπόστασυε in some way and is thus working within a different metaphysical framework than Severus. It also appears that Nephalius and Severus are really talking past one another rather than to one another.

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