The Cambridge Companion to Augustine

Edited by Eleonore Stump and Norman Kretzmann

E.a. J. Wetzel, Predestination, pelagianism (49-58); W.E. Mann, Augustine on evil and original sin, 40-48.

Bibliographic Details
Editor:Norman Kretzmann, Eleonore Stump
Published: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-London-New York-Melbourne, 2001
Series:Cambridge Companion to Philosophy
Total Pages:XV-307
ISBN:0-521-65018-6 (HB) / 0-521-65985-X (PB)
Format:Book
Topic:- Doctrine > General studies > [Introductions. Synthèses] > [Synthèse]
Child Work(s): Biblical interpretation
Predestination, pelagianism and foreknowledge
De Trinitate
The divine nature
Augustine on evil and original sin
Knowledge and illumination
Post- medieval Augustinianism
Augustine's political philosophy.
The response to skepticism and the mechanisms of cognition
Augustine: His time and lives
Faith and reason
Augustine and medieval philosophy
Augustine on free will
Augustine's ethics
Augustine's philosophy of language
Time and creation in Augustine
Augustine's philosophy of memory
Augustine's theory of soul
Status:Active
Description
Summary:E.a. J. Wetzel, Predestination, pelagianism (49-58); W.E. Mann, Augustine on evil and original sin, 40-48.