Paradoxes of Time in Saint Augustine

Paradoxes of Time in Saint Augustine

Paradoxes of Time in Saint Augustine

Paradoxes of Time in Saint Augustine

Synopsis

Augustine established that the distension of the mind is a necessary condition of our perceiving temporal wholes. At the same time, as Teske explains, this condition is unnatural to the rational soul and results from original sin.
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