ASSESSMENT OF CATHOLIC METAPHYSICS
OF THE BODY BY REPRESENTATIVES OF THE ORTHODOX SPIRITUAL
AND ACADEMIC THEISM OF 19th - EARLY 20th CENTURIES
IN THE CONTEXT OF HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONFESSIONAL
FEATURES OF COMPREHENSION OF CORPOREALITY PHENOMENON
Ivan Valerievich Mezentsev - Assistant Instructor of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Far Eastern Federal University.
In this article, the author offers an analysis of the Orthodox theistic interpretation of the Roman Catholic metaphysics of the body by representatives of spiritual and academic traditions of the 19th-early 20th centuries in the context of the historical development of the problem of human body within the framework of Christian thought. The author presents the experience of the structural presentation of the problem of the conceptual-terminological diversity within this field, analyzes the origins of the religious interpretation of the phenomenon of physicality, and also indicates specific qualities of spiritual and academic assessment of the Roman Catholic metaphysics of the body.
spiritual and academic theism, physicality, incorporeality, immateriality, angelology, Roman Catholic metaphysics, Orthodox anthropology.