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He believed that the light that the Hesychasts saw was the uncreated light of God's energies.
Building a nation or forging in the smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of the race is always taken in a positive light.
The most fundamental distinction in Patristic cosmology is that between the uncreated (Greek aktistou), which refers to God alone, and the created (Greek ktistou).
Nevertheless, the accused attitude derives naturally from the philosophy of God's uncreated energies, which fill the creation.
They emphasized that the human being is body, heart, and spirit that participate in the blessed vision of the uncreated light and especially in prayer.
This created contingent reality (the natural desire to know), which is constitutive of humans as rational beings, is created by God's efficient causality as a created participation in the uncreated light of divine intelligence (exemplary cause).
Uncreated by anybody, God is One and the Same, Nobody created him, Came into existence by Himself, pervading in all forms, He has no special forms but lives in His own creation.
Arguably, he entered something of an uncreated world when he went to work for Peugeot, because he had to set the interior design department up.
Exile, in his case, was perhaps more metaphorical than physical, but it represents a special "stance towards life" which Bugan interestingly relates to the self-chosen exile of Stephen Dedalus, intent on forging "in the smithy of [his] soul the uncreated conscience of [his] race".
Lazarus catches a glimpse of the uncreated light and life of eternity before being thrust back into the twilight of this world.
gives place" to "the other" to the "heterousion"--liber et liberaliter--through his uncreated energies.
Muslims too may wonder if Derrida's claim that messianicity supersedes even Quranic revelation, or belief in an uncreated and coeternal Book, is not a disingenuous strategy for asserting the cultural hegemony of a historically specific universalism, one that has more in common with Judaic religion than either Islam or Christianity.