By H S Benjamins

Eingeordnete Freiheit compares Origen's idea of freedom of selection with the thoughts of latest philosophers. the 1st bankruptcy offers with the philosophical challenge of freedom of selection through the background of Greek philosophy. within the moment bankruptcy Origen's writing in this subject is assembled, translated, analyzed and commented upon. The comparability among Origen and his contemporaries leads in bankruptcy 3 to the realization that Origen's proposal of freedom differs specially from the philosophical viewpoint, considering the fact that human freedom doesn't stand against the inevitable trend of the pronoia or heimarmene yet to Gods deal with each person. bankruptcy 4 indicates that the thought of oikonomia in Christian theology relies at the suggestion of windfall in Origen.

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Er wird allerdings im folgenden Kapitel mit in Betracht gezogen. l-24, insbesondere 7-24, L. Perrone, La parrhesia di Mose: I'argomentazione di Origene nel 'Traffato Sill libero arbitrio' e il metodo delle 'qllestiones et responsiones', in L. Perrone (Hg), "11 cuore indurito dei Faraone, Origene e il problema dei libero arbitrio", Origini 3, Testi e Studi dei CISEC, Genova, 1992, S. 31-64. Perrone erläutelt den Zusammenhang von der philosophischen Darstellung in II I. 6/7ff. 7 werden in systematischer Reihenfolge dargestellt: zunächst die Testimonien aus dem AT (Ex.

L: "es wird behauptet", daß sich Metalle, Feuer, und Quellen 'aus sich' bewegen. Die Kategorie der Bewegung 'durch sich' hat Origenes seiner Quelle wohl nicht entnommen; darauf deutet das "ich meine" hin, wenn er behauptet: "ich meine, daß die Bewegung der vemünftigen Wesen Bewegung 'durch sich' ist; siehe dazu Ph. J. van der Eijk, Origenes' Verteidigung ... , S. 344. Vgl. auch Alexander von Aphrodisias, der gleichfalls das 'durch sich' betont: "der Mensch ist Anfang und Grund von Ereignissen, die 'durch ihn' geschehen", siehe Kap.

714). Die Gliederung von hexis, physis, psyche und psyche logike war schon Chrysippus bekannt. Von der poseidonischen Auffassung von der kosmischen Sympathie rührt wohl eine flüssige Absteckung der Kategorien dieser Gliederung her46 , die Nemesius klar formuliert: "Der Schöpfer hat die verschiedenen Stufen der Schöpfung offenbar mit den anderen verbunden, damit die ganze Schöpfung eins und verwandt sei (... "47 Philo behauptet, daß Steine und Holz nur von der hexis zusammengehalten werden, wenn sie aus ihrer organischen Umgebung entfernt worden sind48 .

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