Modes of Knowing and Ordering Knowledge in Early Christianity

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Crawford, Matthew Roy, Champion, Michael Wesley and Ayres, Lewis Odell. (2023). Modes of Knowing and Ordering Knowledge in Early Christianity. In In Ayres, Lewis, Champion, Michael W. and Crawford, Matthew R. (Ed.). The Intellectual World of Late Antique Christianity: Reshaping Classical Traditions pp. 1-20 Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108883559.003
AuthorsCrawford, Matthew Roy, Champion, Michael Wesley and Ayres, Lewis Odell
EditorsAyres, Lewis, Champion, Michael W. and Crawford, Matthew R.
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This introductory chapter provides an overview to the volume, arguing that early Christian modes of knowing and ordering knowledge involved complex processes of appropriation, adaptation, reproduction, and reconfiguration of Jewish and classical epistemologies. This resulted in practices of knowing that established powerful ways of acting in the world and negotiating late-antique social structures. It shaped the behaviour of individuals and established norms for communal life. We argue that studying these phenomena requires consideration of intersections between a range of elite discourses, institutional forms, and the material world of the period. Foregrounding the myriad ways in which early Christian epistemology was embedded in earlier intellectual traditions and forms of life, we make a case that Christian theological commitments, in all their diversity, were an essential component in the development of distinctively Christian ways of knowing and ordering knowledge. Attention to theological assumptions and arguments is one essential element in understanding significant contours of late-antique life and society.

Keywordsepistemology; modes of knowing; ordering knowledge; epistemic structures; discourses; institutions; materiality
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Year01 Jan 2023
Book titleThe Intellectual World of Late Antique Christianity: Reshaping Classical Traditions
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