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.
Resultados 1-3 de 65
banan CHAPTER I ORIGINS OF COERCIVE GOVERNMENT A. Fallen Nature
and the Two Cities God , desiring not only that the human race might be able by
their similarity of nature to associate with one another , but also that they might be
He is of opinion that there are two parts in human nature , body and soul , and
makes no doubt that of these two the soul is the better and by far the more worthy
part . But whether the soul alone is the man , so that the body holds the same ...
The purpose is not conscious , not felt , not regulated by these things themselves
; yet what happens is purposeful , because they are activated by a higher being
which is called nature . This is , of course , the great Aristotelian doctrine of the ...
Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - mattries37315 - LibraryThing
The most important voice in political thought throughout the Middle Ages, influencing even St. Aquinas, was that of St. Augustine. Through excerpts of sermons, letters, and selections from City of God ... Leer comentario completo
THE RISE AND FALL OF NATIONS
Gods Governance and Roman
SECURING THE PEACE OF BABYLON
Derechos de autor
Otras 8 secciones no mostradas
Otras ediciones - Ver todas
Hugo Grotius, the Miracle of Holland: A Study in Political and Legal Thought
Charles S. Edwards
Vista de fragmentos - 1981