Its True Nature and Value
With a Translation of the
"Mystical Theology" of Dionysius
THE "MYSTICAL THEOLOGY" OF DIONYSIUS THE AREOPAGITE
I. -- What the Divine Darkness is. II. -- How to be united with, and to give praise to Him who is the cause of all things and above all. III. -- What is affirmed of God, and what is denied of Him. IV. -- That He who is the supreme cause of all sensible things is Himself no part of those things. V. -- That He who is the supreme cause of all intelligible things is Himself no part of those things. LETTER 1. -- To Caius the Monk -- The ignorance by means of which God is known is above sense-knowledge, not below it. II. -- To the Same -- In what sense God is above the principle of divinity. V. -- To Dorotheus the Deacon -- The divine darkness further explained.