John of Damascus on human cognition: An element in his apologetic for icons

Payton Jr., James R.
June 1996
Church History;Jun96, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p173
Academic Journal
Focuses on John of Damascus' perception of iconoclastic beliefs. Emerging as spokesman of the iconudules during the Iconoclastic Controversy (717-787); Paving way for legitimization of icons; Recognition of the christological contributions; Viewing human thought beyond physical realm.


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