Augustine of Hippo

Virgilio Pacioni, OSA

Saint Augustine’s philosophy, often only studied in a particular historical context, has once again shown itself to be extraordinarily modern. Virgilio Pacioni, an Augustine scholar at the Patristic Institute Augustinianum in Rome, takes advantage of two avenues of interpretation to examine Augustine's philosophical thought: an anthropological one benefiting from the innovative analyses of Nello Capriani, and a formal, logical one enhanced by the contribution of Michele Malatesta.

978 085244 737 6

348 pages


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