Grace, Politics and Desire: Essays on Augustine

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GRACE, POLITICS AND DESIRE:
ESSAYS ON AUGUSTINE

Edited by H.A. Meynell

University of Calgary Press

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Augustine and the Norms of Authentic Conversion 1
  • Notes 12
  • Memory and Scripture in the Conversion of Augustine 17
  • Notes 28
  • Two Converts: Augustine and Pascal 31
  • Notes 47
  • The Body and Human Values in Augustine of Hippo 53
  • Notes 66
  • Justice and Love in the Political Thought of St. Augustine 71
  • Notes 82
  • Augustine and Poetic Exegesis 85
  • Notes 98
  • Augustine's Methods of Biblical Interpretation 101
  • Notes 115
  • Augustine on Music 121
  • Notes 134
  • Love as Rhetorical Principle: the Relationship Between Content and Style in the Rhetoric of St. Augustine 137
  • Notes 152
  • Religion and Society in the Age of Theodosius 155
  • Notes 170
  • The Background to Augustines Denial of Religious Plurality 177
  • Notes 190
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