Exercitatio mentis and its Function in Mystagogy.

Opening up the Individual for Exercises in Communal Thinking and Living

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSeeing through the Eyes of Faith
Subtitle of host publicationNew Approaches to the Mystagogy of the Church Fathers
Place of PublicationLouvain
PublisherPeeters Publishers
Pages533-545
Number of pages13
Volume11
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameLate Antique History and Religion
PublisherPeeters
Volume11

Keywords

  • mystagogy
  • Exercise
  • Augustinus
  • Community

Cite this

Claes, M. (2016). Exercitatio mentis and its Function in Mystagogy. Opening up the Individual for Exercises in Communal Thinking and Living. In Seeing through the Eyes of Faith: New Approaches to the Mystagogy of the Church Fathers (Vol. 11, pp. 533-545). (Late Antique History and Religion; Vol. 11). Louvain: Peeters Publishers.
Claes, Martin. / Exercitatio mentis and its Function in Mystagogy. Opening up the Individual for Exercises in Communal Thinking and Living. Seeing through the Eyes of Faith: New Approaches to the Mystagogy of the Church Fathers. Vol. 11 Louvain : Peeters Publishers, 2016. pp. 533-545 (Late Antique History and Religion).
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Exercitatio mentis and its Function in Mystagogy. Opening up the Individual for Exercises in Communal Thinking and Living. / Claes, Martin.

Seeing through the Eyes of Faith: New Approaches to the Mystagogy of the Church Fathers. Vol. 11 Louvain : Peeters Publishers, 2016. p. 533-545 (Late Antique History and Religion; Vol. 11).

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Claes M. Exercitatio mentis and its Function in Mystagogy. Opening up the Individual for Exercises in Communal Thinking and Living. In Seeing through the Eyes of Faith: New Approaches to the Mystagogy of the Church Fathers. Vol. 11. Louvain: Peeters Publishers. 2016. p. 533-545. (Late Antique History and Religion).