The author tries to reveal certain correlations between the Hebrews' conceptions of the 'olām as world historical time and simultaneously as a sort of "fabric" of the universal temporal-spatial integrity, and some of their religious, historiosophical and creative principles, doing this in comparison and confrontation with the Ancient Greek ideas of the order of "kosmos", world history and place of an individual in it. Special attention is given to the consideration of religious and ethical principles of the Hebrews' "beginning of wisdom".
|Translated title of the contribution||Under Eternity's Arm⋯ : Perception of the world and awareness of history in the context of Hebrew conceptions of the 'Ôlām and Ancient Greek ideas of the order of Kosmos|
|Number of pages||13|
|State||Published - 2017|
Scopus subject areas
- Ancient Greek ideas of the order of "kosmos"
- Historical cyclism
- Historical time
- The Hebrews' conceptions of the world as the 'olām