Tag Archives: St. Augustine

  1. Reflections on Augustine’s Confessions, Book III

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    April 9, 2014 by mattwilcoxen

    “Was that life I led any life at all, O my God?” In book 2 Augustine described his captivity to …
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  2. Reflections on Augustine’s Confessions, Book II

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    April 7, 2014 by mattwilcoxen

    “I will try now to give a coherent account of my disintegrated self, for when I turned away from you, …
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  3. Augustine’s De Trinitate: My Complete Summaries

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    May 15, 2013 by mattwilcoxen

    Lewis Ayres and Michel Rene Barnes, eat your hearts out. I’ve completed my journey through the 15 books of Augustine’s De …
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  4. De Trinitate, book 15

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    May 15, 2013 by mattwilcoxen

    Augustine has been training his reader to see reflections of God in the things that have been made. He does …
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  5. De Trinitate, book 14

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    May 15, 2013 by mattwilcoxen

    “Now it is wisdom’s turn to be discussed.” Augustine is not talking about the wisdom proper to God, but the …
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  6. De Trinitate, book 13

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    May 14, 2013 by mattwilcoxen

    The first chapter of book 13 is a basic reiteration of the distinction between knowledge and wisdom which was given …
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  7. De Trinitate, book 12

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    May 14, 2013 by mattwilcoxen

    Augustine’s first move in book 12 is to distinguish between two functions of human reason, and these were implicit throughout …
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