Wisdom seems to be regarded as an "hypostasis," a figure in some sort distinct from God.
This then he did by adding as third hypostasis the Aristotelian dynamic energy.
Plotinus' idea of hypostasis is also important, and this notion requires exact examination.
First principle has no thought, the first actualization of a hypostasis, vi.
No, because all communities have at least three, in honour of the holy and triple hypostasis.
hypostasis the first actualization of first principle has no thought, vi.
He has, therefore, no hypostasis of himself but only in and through the Logos.
The consequences of a hypostasis of the good are no less interesting than its causes.
This involved, of course, its hypostasis as the metaphysical reality of supreme importance.
Thus Athanasius and the Latins spoke of one hypostasis (essence) only.
hypostasis hy·pos·ta·sis (hī-pŏs'tə-sĭs)
n. pl. hy·pos·ta·ses (-sēz')
A settling of solid particles in a fluid.
A condition in which the action of one gene conceals or suppresses the action of another gene that is not its allele but that affects the same part or biochemical process in an organism.