Over the centuries, European debate about the nature and status
of images of God and sacred figures has often upset the established
order and shaken societies to their core. Out of this debate, an
identifiable doctrine has emerged of the image in general and of
the divine image in particular. This fascinating work concentrates
on these historical arguments, from the period of Late Antiquity up
to the great and classic defenses of images by St. John of Damascus
and Theodore of Studion. Icon extends beyond the immediate concerns
of religion, philosophy, aesthetics, history, and art, to engage
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