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  1. Pilgrim City: St Augustine of Hippo and his Innovation in Political Thought by Miles Hollingworth, 2010-08-24
  2. City of God by St. Augustine of Hippo, 1898
  3. St. Augustine Answers 101 Questions on Prayer by St. Augustine of Hippo, 2009-09-15
  4. The Confessions of St. Augustine Bishop of Hippo (Everyman's Library, 200 A) by Saint Augustine, 1950
  5. The Rhetoric of St. Augustine of Hippo: De Doctrina Christiana and the Search for a Distinctly Christian Rhetoric (Studies in Rhetoric & Religion) by Richard Leo Enos, 2008-08-15
  6. St. Augustine of Hippo: Life and Controversies by Gerald Bonner, 2002-11
  7. The Confessions of Saint Augustine by St. Augustine of Hippo, 2010-03-19
  8. The Pilgrim City: Social and Political Ideas in the Writings of St Augustine of Hippo by R.W. Dyson, 2001-03-01
  9. St. Augustine of Hippo: The Christian Transformation of Political Philosophy (Continuum Studies in Philosophy) by R.W. Dyson, 2006-11-21
  10. The Transferal of the Relics of St. Augustine of Hippo from Sardinia to Pavia in Early Middle Ages (Studies in Bible and Early Christianity, 41) by Jan T. Hallenbeck, 2000-01

1. Saints - Augustine Of Hippo
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church Patron Saints. Augustine of Hippo. Augustine of Hippo Born November 13, 354. Died August 28, 430. Canonized
Augustine of Hippo Born: November 13, 354 Died: August 28, 430 Canonized: Feast Day: August 28 Patron Saint of: brewers, printers, theologians The Catholic Encyclopedia

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3. The Glory Of Everything: St Augustine Of Hippo
St Augustine of Hippo. Those trifles of all trifles, and vanities of vanities, my onetime mistresses, held me back, plucking at my garment of flesh and
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4. St. Augustine Of Hippo
St. Augustine of Hippo. A. Review 1. The roles of reason and will in philosophical inquiry four conceptions 2. Why Augustine?
St. Augustine of Hippo
A. Review
The roles of reason and will in philosophical inquiry: four conceptions
Why Augustine?

B. The Confessions in general
The Confessions as autobiography ... Some main themes [from books 1-3]
C. Twelve Phases of Augustine's Life

A. Review
  • 1. The roles of reason and will in philosophical inquiry: four conceptions
      Enlightenment (or Modern): The ideal is to proceed on the basis of "pure" or "cool" reason alone and to make inquiry as free from affection and authority as possible. This is initially accompanied by a robust optimism about the reliability of reason and its ability to lead us to true wisdom on its own [Descartes, Cleanthes, Mill]; but it can easily be turned to skepticism and even pragmatic indifference to the search for wisdom when this optimism proves unwarranted [Philo in his more cheerful and superficial moments].
      Post-Enlightenment (or Post-Modern): It is a delusion to think of the search for wisdom as anything but a movement of will or instinct, with reason serving only to rationalize what one already accepts without reasonable grounds. Characterized by both (i) a seriousness with regard to ultimate metaphysical and moral questions and (ii) a suspicion regarding any claim to intellectual authority, including the so-called [sneer stage left] authority of reason [Nietzsche, Philo in his darker and more profound moments].
      Classical: At its best, philosophical inquiry is an act of reason, presupposing moral rectitude, by which we are able to discoverwithin severe limitationsmetaphysical and moral truth. [Socrates]

5. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Augustine Of Hippo
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See also WORKS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE and TEACHING OF SAINT AUGUSTINE The great St. Augustine's life is unfolded to us in documents of unrivaled richness, and of no great character of ancient times have we information comparable to that contained in the "Confessions," which relate the touching story of his soul , the "Retractations," which give the history of his mind , and the "Life of Augustine," written by his friend Possidius , telling of the saint's apostolate. We will confine ourselves to sketching the three periods of this great life: (1) the young wanderer's gradual return to the Faith; (2) the doctrinal development of the Christian philosopher to the time of his episcopate; and (3) the full development of his activities upon the Episcopal throne of Hippo.
Augustine was born at Tagaste on 13 November, 354. Tagaste, now Souk-Ahras, about 60 miles from Bona (ancient Hippo-Regius ), was at that

6. St. Augustine Of Hippo - Catholic Online
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7. Augustine Of Hippo - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
For other uses of Saint augustine, see st. augustine. Aurelius Augustinus, augustine of hippo, or Saint augustine (November 13, 354 – August 28,
Augustine of Hippo
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Augustine as depicted by Sandro Botticelli , c. 1480 Bishop and Doctor of the Church Born November 13 Tagaste , Algeria Died August 28 Hippo Regius Venerated in most Christian groups Major shrine San Pietro in Ciel d'Oro Pavia , Italy Feast August 28 (W), June 15 (E) Attributes child; dove; pen; shell, pierced heart Patronage brewers; printers ; sore eyes; theologians
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"Augustinus" redirects here. For other uses, see Augustinus (disambiguation) "Saint Augustine" redirects here. For other uses of Saint Augustine, see St. Augustine Aurelius Augustinus Augustine of Hippo , or Saint Augustine November 13 August 28 ) was a philosopher and theologian, and was bishop of the North African city of Hippo Regius for the last third of his life. Augustine is one of the most important figures in the development of Western Christianity , and is considered to be one of the church fathers . He framed the concepts of original sin and just war In Roman Catholicism and the Anglican Communion , he is a saint and pre-eminent Doctor of the Church , and the patron of the Augustinian religious order . Many Protestants , especially Calvinists , consider him to be one of the theological fathers of Reformation teaching on salvation and grace . In the Eastern Orthodox Church he is a saint, and his feast day is celebrated annually on

8. St. Augustine Of Hippo
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St. Augustine of Hippo Considered to be one of the most outstanding theologians in the history of the Catholic Church, Augustine was born in North Africa in 354 A.D. and died there in 430. There are a great many web pages devoted to him and his thought. This page will attempt to categorize and list as many as have been found. Because there are so many things said about him, this listing is somewhat sloppy in its distinctions. Biographies of Augustine Writings of Augustine Articles about Augustine's thought Art work depicting Augustine ... Return to Jack Pejza's homepage Last revised April 1, 2004

9. Biography Of St. Augustine | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
st. augustine Bishop of hippo and Doctor of the Church . Accepted by most scholars to be the most important figure in the ancient Western church,
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    Accepted by most scholars to be the most important figure in the ancient Western church, St. Augustine was born in Tagaste, Numidia in North Africa. His mother was a Christian, but his father remained a pagan until late in life. After a rather unremarkable childhood, marred only by a case of stealing pears, Augustine drifted through several philosophical systems before converting to Christianity at the age of thirty-one. At the age of nineteen, Augustine read Cicero's Hortensius , an experience that led him into the fascination with philosophical questions and methods that would remain with him throughout his life. After a few years as a Manichean, he became attracted to the more sceptical positions of the Academic philosophers. Although tempted in the direction of Christianity upon his arrival at Milan in 383, he turned first to neoplatonism, During this time, Augustine fathered a child by a mistress. This period of exploration, including its youthful excesses (perhaps somewhat exaggerated) are recorded in Augustine's most widely read work, the Confessions During his youth, Augustine had studied rhetoric at Carthage, a discipline that he used to gain employment teaching in Carthage and then in Rome and Milan, where he met Ambrose who is credited with effecting Augustine's conversion and who baptised Augustine in 387. Returning to his homeland soon after his conversion, he was ordained a presbyter in 391, taking the position as bishop of Hippo in 396, a position which he held until his death.

10. Augustine Of Hippo
Biography and Readings for st. augustine of hippo, commemorated August 28, according to the Episcopal Church.
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O Lord God, who art the light of the minds that know thee, the life of the souls that love thee, and the strength of the hearts that serve thee: Help us, following the example of thy servant Augustine of Hippo, so to know thee that we may truly love thee, and so to love thee that we may fully serve thee, whom to serve is perfect freedom; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. PRAYER (contemporary language)
Lord God, the light of the minds that know you, the life of the souls that love you, and the strength of the hearts that serve you: Help us, following the example of your servant Augustine of Hippo, so to know you that we may truly love you, and so to love you that we may fully serve you, whom to serve is perfect freedom; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.
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11. Saint Augustine (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
Aurelius Augustinus more commonly st. augustine of hippo, often simply augustine (354430 C.E.) rhetor, Christian Neoplatonist, North African Bishop,
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First published Fri Mar 24, 2000; substantive revision Mon Oct 2, 2000 Aurelius Augustinus [more commonly "St. Augustine of Hippo," often simply "Augustine"] (354-430 C.E.): rhetor
Confessions massa damnata De Civitate Dei XXI.12], the overwhelming majority who are justly predestined to eternal punishment by an omnipotent God, intermingled with a small minority whom God, with unmerited mercy, has predestined to be saved. The sheer quantity of the writing that unites these two extremes, much of which survives, is truly staggering. There are well over 100 titles [listed at Fitzgerald 1999, pp. xxxv-il], many of which are themselves voluminous and composed over lengthy periods of time, not to mention over 200 letters [listed at Fitzgerald 1999, pp. 299-305] and close to 400 sermons [listed at Fitzgerald 1999, pp. 774-789]. It is arguably impossible to construct any moderate sized and manageable list of his major philosophical works that would not occasion some controversy in terms of what is omitted, but surely any list would have to include Contra Academicos Against the Academicians , 386-387 C.E.]

12. Roman Catholic Parish Of St. Augustine Of Hippo: Home Page
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Finally, st. augustine, transmit to us also a spark of that ardent love for the Church, the Catholic Mother of the Saints, which sustained and animated the
St. Augustine In November 2004 Pope John Paul II received the relics of St. Augustine at the Vatican.
The initiative marked the celebration of the 1,650th anniversary of the birth of the bishop, philosopher and theologian, as well as one of the most influential Fathers of the Church of the West. The Holy Father was so moved when viewing the relics that he composed this prayer to St. Augustine.

"Great Augustine, our father and teacher, knowledgeable in the luminous ways of God and also in the tortuous paths of men; we admire the wonders that divine grace wrought in you, making you a passionate witness of truth and goodness, at the service of brothers.
At the beginning of the new millennium marked by the cross of Christ, teach us to read history in the light of Divine Providence, which guides events toward the definitive encounter with the Father. Direct us toward peaceful ends, nourishing in our hearts your own longing for those values on which it is possible to build, with the strength that comes from God, the 'city' made to the measure of man.
May the profound doctrine, that with loving and patient study you drew from the ever living sources of Scripture, enlighten all those tempted today by alienating illusions.

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15. Augustine Of Hippo - Wikiquote
Aurelius augustine; st. augustine of hippo (13 November 354 – 20 August 430) was a Christian theologian, rhetor, North African bishop, Doctor of the Roman
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Jump to: navigation search Once for all, then, a short precept is given thee: Love, and do what thou wilt... Aurelius Augustine; St. Augustine of Hippo 13 November 20 August ) was a Christian theologian, rhetor, North African bishop, Doctor of the Roman Catholic Church, and saint. Some scholars consider him a Neoplatonist as well.
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    • Thus, in this universal catastrophe, the sufferings of Christians have tended to their moral improvement, because they viewed them with eyes of faith.
      • I, 9 Virtue and vice are not the same, even if they undergo the same torment.
        • I, 8 The violence which assails good men to test them, to cleanse and purify them, effects in the wicked their condemnation, ruin, and annihilation.
          • I, 8 The good man, though a slave, is free; the wicked, though he reigns, is a slave, and not the slave of a single man, but – what is worse – the slave of as many masters as he has vices.
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16. Medieval Sourcebook: Augustine Of Hippo:  The City Of God, Excerpts
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St. Augustine (354-430) is the most important of the Latin Church Fathers. His work formed the foundation for much of what would become Western Christendom. He was born Tagaste in North Africa and became bishop of the city of Hippo. His other writings include Confessions, the first autobiography in the West. He began writing The City of God in 410, after Alaric and the Vandals had sacked Rome. Many pagans blamed the conversion of the empire to Christianity for this calamity. Augustine tried to defend the Church by tracing the history of two cities or states from the beginning of the world.
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19. Human Intelligence: St. Augustine Of Hippo
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St. Augustine Of Hippo
(November 13, 354 - August 28, 430)
Roman Church Father
Influences Education
  • Early education experiences at Madaura and Tagaste, where he learned from reading works by authors such as Cicero and Vergil. Studied rhetoric at Carthage, 370-373
  • 373-388, teacher of rhetoric in Carthage, Milan and Rome 391-430, priest, later bishop of Hippo [now Annaba, Algeria]
Ideas and Contributions Augustine developed the Christian principles of original sin, divine grace, and predestination. The theological aspects of both Catholic and Protestant theology are based Augustine's ideas. His ideas also influenced the Reformation leaders John Calvin and Martin Luther, and philosophers Immanuel Kant and Blaise Pascal. His psychological ideas were first published in Confessions , one of the earliest great autobiographies.

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