The structure of the 'De magistro'
The dialogue 'De magistro' has commonly been divided by editors and commentators into two fundamental parts: a conversation with Adeodatus on the signs of language and on what they signify, and then, as the crux of the work, a discussion (or rather an oratio perpetua by Augustine) on Christ as the I...
|Author:||Frederick J. Crosson|
|Periodical:||Revue des Études Augustiniennes|
Dialogues / Early works