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Augustine and his Critics КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: Robert Dodaro & George LawlessНазвание: Augustine and his CriticsИздательство: Taylor & FrancisГод: 2005Формат: pdfРазмер: three mbAugustine of Hippo (AD 354-430) is arguably the main arguable Christian philosopher in background. His positions on philosophical and theological issues were the themes of extreme scrutiny and feedback from his lifetime to the current. Augustine and his Critics gathers twelve experts' responses to trendy criticisms of his concept, protecting: own and non secular freedom; the self and God; sexuality, gender and the physique; spirituality; asceticism; cultural reports; and politics. Stimulating and insightful, the gathering deals forceful arguments for missed old, philosophical and theological views that are in the back of a few of Augustine's such a lot unpopular convictions.http://.com/files/qz3pt7615 zero

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But here, too, Augustine yielded the first place only to Scripture. The first patristic work ever printed (Mainz, 1462) was De vita christiana, thought at the time to have been written by Augustine, followed by an excerpt of De doctrina christiana a year later. Only then did Cicero’s De officiis and De oratore and the works of Lactantius, ‘the Christian Cicero’, appear in print. After that, it was again the turn of one of Augustine’s most famous and influential works, the City of God (Subiaco, 1467).

Moreover, AN OVERVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH 29 because the principal aim of Augustine’s understanding of grace is its function in leading the faithful to humility, it is the ‘humble Christ’ (Christus humilis) in whom and with whom they achieve predestination. 31 Conclusion Scholarly papers in the humanities are normally expected to be published in one of the the five major European languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. This norm also holds for Augustinian studies, but there are significant exceptions to it which are worth knowing.

Moreover, AN OVERVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH 29 because the principal aim of Augustine’s understanding of grace is its function in leading the faithful to humility, it is the ‘humble Christ’ (Christus humilis) in whom and with whom they achieve predestination. 31 Conclusion Scholarly papers in the humanities are normally expected to be published in one of the the five major European languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. This norm also holds for Augustinian studies, but there are significant exceptions to it which are worth knowing.

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