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Evagrius Ponticus, Chapters On Prayer, vol.i

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anger,special obstacle to prayer Sorabji (2000) 370
aristo of ceos,aristotelian,therapy for pride Sorabji (2000) 370
depression,akēdia,distinguished collapsed by gregory the great Sorabji (2000) 370
diet Sorabji (2000) 370
distress,distinguished collapsed by gregory the great Sorabji (2000) 370
dreams,sexual,different sources of in gregory the great Sorabji (2000) 370
envy (invidia),included in 7 cardinal sins by gregory the great Sorabji (2000) 370
evagrius,desert father,anger a special obstacle to prayer Sorabji (2000) 370
evagrius,desert father,become 7 cardinal sins Sorabji (2000) 370
evagrius,desert father,role of vigil and fasting Sorabji (2000) 370
evagrius,desert father,special difficulty of vanity Sorabji (2000) 370
first movements,evagrius Sorabji (2000) 370
gluttony,but less culpable than other sources of lust according to gregory the great Sorabji (2000) 370
gregory the great,pope,converts 8 bad thoughts into 7 cardinal sins,renaming some and adding envy (invidia) Sorabji (2000) 370
gregory the great,pope,different reasons for sexual dreams and varying culpability Sorabji (2000) 370
gregory the great,pope,pride root of all sins Sorabji (2000) 370
lust,depends on gluttony Sorabji (2000) 370
lust,one of evagrius' less troublesome bad thoughts" Sorabji (2000) 370
philodemus,epicurean,pride Sorabji (2000) 370
pride,aristo of ceos on pride Sorabji (2000) 370
pride,per contra root of all other sins in ecclesiasticus,augustine,and gregory the great Sorabji (2000) 370
sin,seven cardinal sins Sorabji (2000) 370
temptation Sorabji (2000) 370
zeno of citium,stoic,hence different conception of freedom from emotion(apatheia)' Sorabji (2000) 370