1 edition of Foolish Saloi. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Illustrated by Aini Abdul Rahman.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7 .F7358|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||72191469|
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The terms Aloi, Saloi, Sali – ali, or Paloi were used to Foolish Saloi. book someone who is foolish, silly or stupid (Sather, ). D ue to too many names, t he researcher ha s decided to use only one.
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-foolish parallels. Specifically, it is claimed that early the shifting theology of the holy Nicon wrote a whole book of the lives of saintly people whom he perso-nally knew. Yet, in the final outcome, after long hesitation, the author burnt his The present paper tries to dwell on a paradox of the saloi in the middle et late By-zantine.
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“IURODSTVO (or holy foolishness for Christ's sake) is a peculiar form of Eastern Orthodox asceticism. This ascetic exploit is marked by the subversive behavior of its practitioners who feign madness in order to provide public with spiritual guidance and yet not be praised for their saintliness.
Phenomenology of iurodstvo and its endorsement in hagiography reached. The Foolish East Eastern Orthodox Christianity has a unique category of saints, the holy fools for Christ's sake, who in the Byzantine tradition were called saloi and in Russia are known as iurodivye 1.
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