The Greatness of the Soul: The Teacher
Paulist Press, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 255 pages
Among the earlier writings of Augustine, the first work treats the nature of the human soul, its dignity and grandeur. The second discusses the fundamental question of how man acquires knowledge. Each is in the form of a dialogue.
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THE GREATNESS OF THE SOUL
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Adeodatus admit agree Alypius angles anima answer argument Augustine Augustine's Aurelius Augustinus believe bodily body brute animals called certainly CHAPTER Christ Christian Conf considered definition of sensation deny difference discussion divine doctrine Enneads Epist equal Evodius exist experience expressed external eyes fact false figure Gilson give grant hear Hence human soul images immaterial inferior intellect intelligence knowledge length magistro Malebranche Manichaeism manifested matter Maurist means of sight ment mind nature Neoplatonic Neoplatonists noun objects Pegis perceive perfect philosophy Platonic Platonists Plotinus present Punic language quae question Quintilian quod rational reason referring regarding remind Retract Saint saint Augustin seems sense signs soul's sound speak speech spiritual strength superior syllables Tagaste teach Teacher tell things Thomas Aquinas thought tion true truth understand unless virtue vita vocable Vulgate width wish words world soul