[German Version] I. History of Religion – II. Fundamental Theology – III. Philosophy
I. History of Religion The Greek noun
lógos), which is derived from the verb λέγειν/
légein, “to say, to speak,” designates the human faculty of speech and ability to reason, usually in combination, as well as numerous individual aspects such as: sentence, topic, oration, prose, teaching, judgment, cause, conclusion, and reason. In its earliest attestations
logos refers to an “oration,” whose deceptive effects are frequently emphasized (Hom.
Od. I 56) – thus in the personific…