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THE TEACHER

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pp. 1-61

The epistemological import of this conclusion is significant, representing, as it does, an important and decisive moment in the history and development of Augustine's celebrated doctrine of "divine illumination." In two earlier dialogues, Soliloquies and The Greatness of the Soul, there is an apparent...

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THE FREE CHOICE OF THE WILL

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pp. 63-241

The De libero arbitrio is among Augustine's first works against the Manichees in a prolonged polemic extending over a period of almost twenty years. It is not surprising that his first polemic should have been directed against the very system which had won his allegiance for nearly ten years, and...

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GRACE AND FREE WILL

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pp. 243-308

Because of the monks' desire to return to their own monastery for Easter, Augustine supplemented his oral explanations with a more detailed account in a letter to Valentine, which he read to them. Finally, when the monks agreed to remain for Easter, he reviewed with them various documents...

INDICES

GENERAL INDEX

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pp. 311-317

INDEX OF HOLY SCRIPTURE

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pp. 319-323