Vladimir Lossky

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Vladimir N. Lossky was an influential theologian of the Russian emigration. He was born May 26, 1903, but was exiled from Russia in 1922. He moved to Paris two years later and remained there until his death on February 7, 1958. He served as the first dean of the St. Denys Institute in Paris, where he also taught dogmatic theology. Lossky is remembered best for his book, ''The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church''.
 
Vladimir N. Lossky was an influential theologian of the Russian emigration. He was born May 26, 1903, but was exiled from Russia in 1922. He moved to Paris two years later and remained there until his death on February 7, 1958. He served as the first dean of the St. Denys Institute in Paris, where he also taught dogmatic theology. Lossky is remembered best for his book, ''The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church''.
  
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Vladimir N. Lossky was an influential theologian of the Russian emigration. He was born May 26, 1903, but was exiled from Russia in 1922. He moved to Paris two years later and remained there until his death on February 7, 1958. He served as the first dean of the St. Denys Institute in Paris, where he also taught dogmatic theology. Lossky is remembered best for his book, The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church.

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Books

  • The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church (SVS Press,1997)
  • Orthodox Theology: An Introduction (SVS Press, 2001)
  • In the Image and Likeness of God (SVS Press, 1997)
  • The Vision of God (SVS Press, 1997)
  • The Meaning of Icons, with Leonid Ouspensky (SVS Press, 1999)
  • Sept jours sur les routes de France: Juin 1940 (Cerf, 1998)
  • Theologie Negative et Connaissance de Dieu Chez Maitre Eckhart (1960)
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