The late (wild) Augustine / Susanna Elm ; Christopher M. Blunda (eds.)
Colaborador(es): Elm, Susanna [editor] | Blunda, Christopher M [editor].Tipo de material: LibroSeries Augustinus Werk und Wirkung ; 11.Editor: Paderborn : Brill, Ferdinand Schöningh Verlag, Descripción: 240 p. ; ilustraciones (color) ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9783506704764.Otro título: Late wild Augustine.Tema(s): Agustín, Santo, Obispo de Hipona -- Crítica e interpretación | Teología dogmática
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Incluye referencias bibliográficas (páginas 215-234) e índices
The late (wild) Augustine - an introduction / Susanna Elm. Rewilding Augustine: codex ecology, the Speculum, and the (late) De doctrina christiana / Mark Vessey. Body and soul as a leading theme in the Retractationes / Johannes Brachtendorf. Augustine's De haeresibus and comparative heresiology / Richard Flower. Augustine's Marginalia Contra Julianum / Catherine Conybeare. The late Augustine against Julian on inherited guilt / J. Patout Burns. "Dutifully they were crucified": the moral and legal redemption of the Sabine women in Augustine's City of God / Darcy Tuttle. The Council of Hippo in 427: the Donatists are still keeping Augustine busy in the 420s / Erika T. Hermanowicz Rewilding the late Augustine in fifth-century Gaul: Gennadius of Marseilles's De uiris illustribus / Christopher M. Blunda.
"A rare scholarly attempt to focus on the last decade of Augustine's life, this volume highlights the themes and concerns that occupied the aged bishop of Hippo and led him to formulate some of his central notions in the most radical fashion. Augustine of Hippo's last decade from 420 to 430 witnessed the completion of some of his most influential works, from the City of God to the Unfinished work against Julian of Eclanum, from On the Trinity to the Literal commentary on Genesis. During this period Augustine remained fully engaged as bishop and administrator, but also began to curate his legacy, revising his previous works and pushing many of his earlier ideas to novel and at times radical conclusions. Yet, this last period of Augustine's life has received only modest scholarly attention. With a cast of international scholars, the present volume opens a conversation and makes the case that the late (wild) Augustine deserves at least as much attention as the Augustine of the Confessions"