323. Through His Works You Shall Know Him: Palamas and Hesychasm
Gregory Palamas and the controversy over his teaching that we can go beyond human reason by grasping God through his activities or “energies”.
• J. Meyendorff (trans.), Gregory Palamas: the Triads (Malwah: 1983).
• R.E. Sinkewicz (ed. and trans.), Saint Gregory Palamas: The One Hundred and Fifty Chapters (Toronto: 1988).
• D. Bradshaw, Aristotle East and West: Metaphysics and the Division of Christendom (Cambridge University Press, 2004).
• K. Ierodiakonou, “The Anti-Logical Movement in the Fourteenth Century”, in K. Ierodiakonou (ed.), Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources (Oxford 2002), 219-36.
• J. Meyendorff, A Study of Gregory Palamas, trans. G. Lawrence (Leighton Buzzard: 1974).
• J. Meyendorff, Byzantine Hesychasm: Historical, Theological, and Social Problems (London: 1974).
• J. Nadal Cañellas, La résistance d’Akindynos à Grégoire Palamas, 2 vols (Leuven: 2002).
• R.E. Sinkewicz, “The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God in the Early Writings of Barlaam the Calabrian,” Medieval Studies 44 (1982), 181-42.
• T.T. Tollefson, Activity and Participation in Late Antique and Early Christian Thought (Oxford: 2012).
• A.N. Williams, The Ground of Union: Deification in Aquinas and Palamas (Cambridge: 1999).