Monasteries and the care of souls in late antique Christianity : cognition and discipline
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Monasteries and the care of souls in late antique Christianity : cognition and discipline / Paul C. Dilley, University of Iowa.
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Table of Contents:
- Evaluating postulants
- Discerning motivation I: status and vocation
- Discerning motivation II: trials of commitment
- Cognitive disciplines
- Scriptural exercises and the monastic soundscape: writing on the heart
- Learning the fear of God
- Prayer and monastic progress: from demonic temptation to divine revelation
- Collective heart-work
- The lives (and minds) of others: hagiography, cognition, and commemoration
- Shenoute and the heart of darkness: rituals of collective repentance.