The Political Writings of St. Augustine
This collection, taken from the works of St. Augustine, has been arranged so as to give the reader an organized, comprehensive view of the great African saint's political ideas. These, no less than his ideas on sin, grace and predestination, have long been an object of study and controversy.
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Aurelius Augustinus, Saint Augustine (of Hippo) Henry Paolucci, Dino Bigongiari.
I speak of Rome , but that that is false , which they say of our Christ , that He is
Rome's destroyer , and that the gods of wood and stone were her defenders ?
Rome's greatness by honourable means . But , in Numa's reign , I would know
whether the long peace was maintained in spite of the incursions of wicked
neighbours , or if these incursions were discontinued that the peace might be ...
to the Roman people , or prevent it perishing for its fidelity to that alliance of
which they themselves had been the mediators ? ... If afterwards , when Hannibal
was close to the walls of Rome , it was the gods who terrified him with lightning
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THE RISE AND FALL OF NATIONS
Gods Governance and Roman
SECURING THE PEACE OF BABYLON
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Hugo Grotius, the Miracle of Holland: A Study in Political and Legal Thought
Charles S. Edwards
Vista de fragmentos - 1981