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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It is descriptive when the object is to trace the fixed pattern of an inviolable law -
empirically ascertainable , like the laws of planetary motions — operating in the
sphere of human conduct . It is censorial when it considers the obligations ...
Among all who are truly pious , it is at all events agreed that no one without true
piety —that is , true worship of the true God - can have true virtue ; and that it is
not true virtue which is the slave of human praise . Though , nevertheless , they ...
Is it not by human right ? For by divine right , “ The earth is the Lord's , and the
fulness thereof . " 5 The poor and the rich , God made of one clay ; the same earth
supports alike the poor and the rich . By human right , however , one says , This ...
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