The Cambridge Intellectual History of Byzantium, edited by Anthony Kaldellis and Niketas Siniossoglou, 2017

Dmitry Chernoglazov, Grigory Benevich, Arkadi Choufrine, Oksana Goncharko, Timur Schukin
2018 Scrinium  
This review article is a collective work of five scholars who have written their reviews and/or responses to the twelve chapters of the recently published Cambridge Intellectual History of Byzantium. These reviews discuss such issues as institutional settings, classical scholarship, rhetoric, political theory, literary criticism, historiography, logic, and philosophy in Byzantium. They also deal with the reception of the Neoplatonic ideas in Byzantium as well as with some individual figures
more » ... ividual figures such as Maximos the Confessor and Michael Psellos.
doi:10.1163/18177565-00141p32 fatcat:2jdfw2cmo5elzda3d37slr52eq