Petr Moghila - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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On the cultural and educational aspects of his career, see William K. Medlin and Christos G. Patrinelis's Renaissance Influences and Religious Reforms in Russia: Western and Post-Byzantine Impacts on Culture and Education, Sixteenth-Seventeenth Centuries (Geneva, 1971), pp. 124–149; on his theological position, see part 1 of Georges Florovsky's Ways of Russian Theology, volume 5 of his Collected Works, edited by Richard S. Haugh (Belmont, Mass., 1979), pp. 64–78. Earlier studies include S. I. Golubev's classic work, Kievskii Mitropolit Petr Mogila i ego spodvizhniki (Kiev, 1883–1898); Émile Picot's "Pierre Movila (Mogila)," in Bibliographie hellénique, ou Description raisonnée des ouvrages publiés par des Grecs au dix-septième siècle, vol. 4, edited by Émile Legrand (Paris, 1896), pp. 104–159; and Téofil Ionesco's La vie et l'œuvre de Pierre Movila, m&#x...

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