The "Platonism" of Clement of Alexandria

@article{Outler1940TheO,
  title={The "Platonism" of Clement of Alexandria},
  author={Albert Cook Outler},
  journal={The Journal of Religion},
  year={1940},
  volume={20},
  pages={217 - 240}
}
  • A. Outler
  • Published 1 July 1940
  • Philosophy
  • The Journal of Religion
F IRST rate neither as a philosopher nor as a systematic theologian, Clement of Alexandria nevertheless occupies a crucial place in the process of what is often called "the hellenization of Christianity." To the interpretation of this process, involving as it does the propriety of a philosophical theology, much learning and not a little passion have been devoted.' The object of this essay is not, however, to consider this problem as a whole. We are here concerned merely with the examination of… 
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