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 debatable Christian philosopher in background. His positions on philosophical and theological matters were the topics of extreme scrutiny and feedback from his lifetime to the current. Augustine and his Critics gathers twelve experts' responses to trendy criticisms of his inspiration, overlaying: own and spiritual freedom; the self and God; sexuality, gender and the physique; spirituality; asceticism; cultural stories; and politics. Stimulating and insightful, the gathering bargains forceful arguments for missed old, philosophical and theological views that are in the back of a few of Augustine's so much unpopular convictions.http://.com/files/qz3pt7615 zero
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Pp. 120–4, for references to important, earlier scholarship on this topic. Steinhauser, The Apocalypse Commentary of Tyconius. Bright, The Book of Rules of Tyconius. Dulaey, ‘La sixième Règle de Tyconius et son résumé dans le De doctrina christiana’, Revue des études augustiniennes 35 (1989), pp. 83–103. Fiedrowicz, Psalmus vox totius Christi. Studien zu Augustins Enarrationes in Psalmos, Freiburg, Herder, 1997. , tr. , Liturgical Press, 1997. Madec, ‘Christus’, Augustinus-Lexikon, vol. 1, ed.
39 (1974/75), pp. , 40 (1975), pp. Miethe, Augustinian Bibliography, 1970–1980. / London, Greenwood Press, 1982. Feldmann, ‘Literarische und theologische Probleme der Confessiones’, in Internationales Symposion über den Stand der Augustinus-Forschung, ed. Chelius, Würzburg, Augustinus-Verlag, 1989, pp. Herzog, ‘Non in sua voce. Augustins Gespräch mit Gott in den Confessiones— Voraussetzungen und Folgen’, in Das Gespräch. Poetik und Hermeneutik II, ed. Warning, Munich, Fink, 1984. Severson, The Confessions of Saint Augustine.
The two main topics of this correspondence are the canon of the Old Testament, and the dispute between Peter and Paul in Antioch over the question whether Christians converted from the gentiles should be obligated to observe Jewish law (Gal 2:11–14). This latter issue had troubled the Fathers for a long time, and two basically different interpretations developed in the East and West. Jerome followed the eastern tradition in assuming that Peter and Paul only feigned a quarrel for the sake of the argument in order to convince both parties.
Augustine and his Critics by Robert Dodaro, George Lawless