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AbstractTheophany is a central concept in Eriugena's spirituality and it has been comprehensively treated so far from a theoretical point of view. The present study aims at investigating John Scottus's 'practical', i.e. ascetical, perspective. My hypothesis is that for Eriugena contemplation is always dependent on practice, to such an extent that his theophanic mysticism should be considered together with his asceticism. Given that John Scottus's asceticism is not always systematicallydoi:10.2478/ress-2020-0019 fatcat:kfrgsx56wjb4vna7nixs2btrsi