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15 At Hyp. 73 Sextus moves on to speaking about logos prophorikos. Obviously, Sextus has a problem with this side of the matter. He takes recourse not in dogs but in animals which utter human sounds such as jays (cf. birds and expressed speech at Hyp. 77) and advances the possibility that humans just cannot understand the utterances of animals. Mind, Language, and the Trinity in Basil of Caesarea 17 dog a share in dialectic. ’ So to this counter-example, the Stoics would reply that no syllogism is carried out by the dog in the ‘full’ sense that is exempliﬁed in human reasoning.
Quoad existentiam; this is absolute atheism. 2. Quoad providentiam, or his inspection into, or care of the things of the world, bounding him in the heavens. 3. ’ Existence, p. 24. 4 Existence, p. 24. 5 Existence, p. 24. 14. 34 Reason, Faith and History mind, especially when he makes dark references to the ‘swarms’ of atheists and their ‘barefaced debauchery’ who are more numerous now than at any time before:7 those cavaliers and royalists who were prospering under the Restoration. He could not, of course, say so explicitly because of the difﬁcult political situation, but his nonconformist congregation could not have failed to have understood that the perennial Puritan language of moral lament was primarily referring to all that was going on around them.
38 Basil, Hom. 3 (PG 31, 476C-480A). 24 Reason, Faith and History The theological use of the distinction amounts to illustrating the relation of the divine logos to the inner nature of God, by the notion of speech which is expressed, originating from the mind of an individual who uses speech for communication. We do not see here a notion of the theology of divine thought as inner speech, although there is talk about the divine mind. ) The passage reworks the classic Greek theology of the image of God in a striking way; care is taken to point out the perfection of the image, and the characteristic of permanence, of existing in its own right, balanced by the union of image to what is imaged.