Take it as a whole. Every happy family is alike. Every unhappy family is unalike in its own fashion.
I don't know whether this link will work. If it doesn't, search at Remnant ROCOR which is the site from which I downloaded it some while ago (or email the blog owner).
Yes; have read & own; definitely worth reading if you're interested in the E/E topic on an academic level. A great deal of it is dedicated to objective historiography of requisite concepts for which reason even those who find themselves at the end opposed to Bradshaw's point of view, e.g. those committed to ADS (as distinguished from DS as such) regard the work as valuable in its detailed exporation of the history of relevant ideas.Has anyone read Aristotle East and West: Metaphysics and the Division of Christendom / David Bradshaw? I was wondering what you thought about it if you did?