By Robert Dodaro, George Lawless
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 heritage. His positions on philosophical and theological matters were the themes of severe scrutiny and feedback from his lifetime to the current. Augustine and his Critics gathers twelve experts' responses to trendy criticisms of his inspiration, protecting: own and spiritual freedom; the self and God; sexuality, gender and the physique; spirituality; asceticism; cultural experiences; and politics. Stimulating and insightful, the gathering deals forceful arguments for overlooked historic, philosophical and theological views that are at the back of a few of Augustine's such a lot unpopular convictions.http://.com/files/qz3pt7615 zero
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Brill, 1991. Lettieri, Il senso della storia in Agostino d’Ippona. II ‘saeculum’ e la gloria nel De civitate Dei, Rome, Borla, 1988. The Latin texts are available in CSEL 88. For an English translation, see Saint Augustine, Letters, vol. 6 (1*–29*), tr. Eno, Washington, Catholic University of America Press, 1989. For scholarly studies on the new letters, see especially Les lettres de saint Augustin découvertes par Johannes Divjak, Paris, Etudes augustiniennes, 1983. Dolbeau, Augustin d’Hippone, Vingt-six sermons au peuple, Paris, Etudes augustiniennes, 1996.
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