Palamism is a central element of Eastern Orthodox theology, being made into dogma in the Eastern Orthodox Church by the Hesychast councils. Palamism has been described as representing "the deepest assimilation of the monastic and dogmatic traditions, combined with a repudiation of the philosophical notion of the exterior wisdom".
Jeffrey D. Finch, Neo-Palamism, Divinizing Grace, and the Breach between East and West (powerpoint) Paul L. Gavrilyuk, The Orhtodox Renaissance Noble, Ivana / Noble, Tim: Orthodox Theology in Western Europe in the 20th Century , European History Online , Mainz: Institute of European History , 2013, retrieved: September 2, 2013.
Palamism is a term of POV. The first thing and only thing I contributed to your POV pushing article was a modern Orthodox theologian on the radio saying that the term Palamism is for something that does not even exist.
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Palamite + -ism, a technical term in the field of Church history coined in the mid 20th century.
Palamism and the Hesychast controversy Main articles: Palamism and Hesychast controversy Under St. Gregory Palamas (1296–1359AD), the different traditions of theoria were synthesized into an understanding of theoria that, through baptism, one receives the Holy Spirit.
According to neo-Palamism, this is a main division between East and West. Neo-Palamism has its roots in the Hesychast controversy or Palamite controversy (14th century),   in which Gregory Palamas provided a theological justification for the centuries-old Orthodox practice of hesychasm.
Gregory Palamas (Greek: Γρηγόριος Παλαμᾶς; c. 1296 – 1357 or 1359) was a Byzantine Greek prominent theologian and ecclesiastical figure of the late Byzantine period.
Barlaam of Seminara (Bernardo Massari, as a layman), c. 1290–1348, or Barlaam of Calabria (Greek: Βαρλαὰμ Καλαβρός) was a southern Italian scholar (Aristotelian scholastic) and clergyman of the 14th century, as well as a humanist, philologist and theologian.
Isihasmul se mai numește și palamism (denumire derivată din numele teologului Grigore Palamas), iar formele sale cunoscute provin din tradiția monastică a Muntelui Athos. Potrivit acestei doctrine, creștinul sau monahul trebuie să trăiască în pace și liniște, împăcând trupul cu sufletul, menținându-se într-o stare contemplativă.