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Memory in Augustine's Theological Anthropology

Paige E. Hochschild

Oxford Early Christian Studies

  • The first monograph on Augustine and memory, exploring the neglected dimension of Augustine's psychological trinity of memory-intellect-will.
  • Aids understanding of Augustine's relationship to the philosophical tradition
  • Argues for the consistency of Augustine's work
  • Offers a new interpretation unifying the final books of the Confessions
  • Illuminates the relationship of De Trinitate, an important late theological work, to Augustine's earlier work and the philosophical tradition
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