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The Triads (Classics of Western Spirituality Series)
A major spiritual and intellectual figure of Orthodox Byzantium, Gregory Palamas—monk, archbishop and eminent theologian—dedicated most of his active life to theological argument, centered on one basic truth: The living God is accessible to personal experience, because He shared His own life with humanity. Since they were published in three groups of three books to rebuke first the oral teaching, then the written polemics of the Calabrian philosopher Barlaam, they are frequently referred to as the Triads. The Greek term hesychia "quietude" is found in monastic literature since the fourth century to designate the mode of life chosen by hermits, dedicated to contemplation and constant prayer. Such monks were also known for centuries as hesychasts.
Gregory Palamas: The Triads
The treatises are called "Triads" because they were organized as three sets of three treatises. Hesychasm attracted the attention of Barlaam a convert to Eastern Orthodoxy  who encountered Hesychasts and heard descriptions of their practices during a visit to Mount Athos ; he had also read the writings of Palamas, himself an Athonite monk. Trained in Western Scholastic theology, Barlaam was scandalized by hesychasm and began to combat it both orally and in his writings. As a private teacher of theology in the Western Scholastic mode, Barlaam propounded a more intellectual and propositional approach to the knowledge of God than the Hesychasts taught. On the Hesychast side, the controversy was taken up by Palamas who was asked by his fellow monks on Mt Athos to defend hesychasm from the attacks of Barlaam. Palamas was well-educated in Greek philosophy.
Gregory Palamas – The Triads in Defense of the Holy Hesychasts
Andriy Chirovsky. Gregory Palamas. In Cursus Completus Patrologiae Graecae. Volume Edited by J. The Triads.