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Aleksei Khomiakov (1804-1860): Poet, Philosopher, Theologian

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    Published by Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, May 24, 2003 Aleksei Khomiakov (1804-1860): Poet, Philosopher, Theologian May 20, 2003 (HTS) -- An accomplished
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      Published by Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, May 24, 2003


      Aleksei Khomiakov (1804-1860): Poet, Philosopher, Theologian





      May 20, 2003 (HTS) -- An accomplished poet and all-around Renaissance man,
      Aleksei Khomiakov was also Russia's first secular theologian. The
      influence of his classic essay "The Church Is One" and its central concept
      of sobornost' continues to be felt in contemporary Orthodox, and even
      Catholic, ecclesiology. Khomiakov's polemical writings in French and
      correspondence with Anglican churchman William Palmer remain important
      documents of Orthodox relations with the Western churches. This scholarly
      conference will be devoted to an examination and evaluation of Khomiakov's
      legacy in all his major fields of endeavor.

      Responding to broad interest in contemporary studies of Orthodox culture
      and civilization, Holy Trinity Seminary regularly sponsors in-depth
      colloquia on issues devoted to major figures and events within Russian
      religious culture, with the participation of leading specialists from
      around the world.





      Presentations will include:


      Khomiakov's Piety ? the
      Inspiration Behind His Pen"
      Very Rev. Archimandrite Luke
      (Murianka),
      Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary

      "Pushkin and Khomiakov on Peter
      the Great"
      Viacheslav Koshelev, Novgorod
      State University

      "The Modernity of Khomiakov"
      Paul Valliere, Butler
      University

      "Khomiakov's Theology of
      Conciliarity and the Palamite
      Theology of Personality: Are
      They Different?"
      Sergei Horuzhy, Russian Academy
      of Natural Sciences
      "Not a Harmony of
      Discords: Ecclesiology in
      the Correspondence of
      Aleksei Khomiakov and
      Deacon William Palmer,
      1844-1854"
      Richard Mammana, St. James
      Episcopal Church

      "On the Poetry of
      Khomiakov"
      Vadim Liapunov, Indiana
      University

      "Gagarin and Khomiakov"
      Richard Tempest,
      University of Illinois

      Discussant: Robert Bird,
      University of Chicago


      In addition to lecture and
      discussion sessions, participants
      are invited to attend services at
      Holy Trinity Monastery on
      Saturday and Sunday.
      For registration materials,
      contact
      Deacon Vladimir Tsurikov,
      Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary,
      PO Box 36, Jordanville NY 13361;
      phone/fax: (315) 858-0945;
      e-mail: vtsurikov@....
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