ó Augustine's Way into the Will: The Theological and Philosophical Significance of De libero arbitrio (Oxford Early Christian Studies) Í Download by ☆ Simon Harrison

ó Augustine's Way into the Will: The Theological and Philosophical Significance of De libero arbitrio (Oxford Early Christian Studies) Í Download by ☆ Simon Harrison



An original Account Of Augustine S Theory Of Will, Based On A Close Reading Of His Pivotal And Fundamental Text, The Dialogue On Free Choice Simon Harrison Takes Augustine S Philosophical Arguments And Literary Form Seriously And So Reveals A Way Of Thinking About The Will That Is Grounded In The Individual Reader S Response He Shows The Centrality Of Augustine S Philosophical Method, His Way In To The Will , As Opposed To The Construction Of A Monolithic Theory Of Will Harrison Relates The Argument Of On Free Choice To Other Key Texts Of Augustine S, In Particular The City Of God And The Confessions, And Rehabilitates A Widely read But Often Misinterpreted Book To Show The Importance Of Augustine As A Major Philosopher

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