Augustine of Hippo

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(Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian church

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114) In his dedication, the defendant, one Augustinus Arnoldi, identifies himself as a student from the Gymnasium Illustre Arnoldinum at Steinfurt (a town close to the Dutch border), and he mentions among his teachers not only the philosopher Timpler, but also the liberal theologian Conrad Vorstius (1569-1622).
In separate studies, the editors reveal the value of the archives of the Roman Inquisition, opened to researchers in 1998, for understanding the background to and genesis of the papal bull Cum occasione (1653), a condemnation of five propositions supposedly taken from Jansen's Augustinus.
ad 5, 113-4: "Ad quintum, quod "puer respondet ad interrogata", dicendum quod non sic respondet propter aliquam scientiam quam prius anima eius habuit et quae in ipso secundum habitum latet, ut per interrogata commoveatur ut exeat in actum, sicut opinatus est Plato, sed quia ex notitia primorum principiorum incomplexorum quam prius sibi acquisivit per sensus cognoscendo tenninos, statim--hoc est modico discursu--patent ei quaecumque proponuntur sub interrogatione per immediata; et hoe maxime quando homo est ingenio perspicax et assistit divina illustratio ad perceptionem veritatis sincerae, cui Augustinus attribuit quod sic puer respondet, I[degrees] libro Retractationum.
29, 1:156: "Prohibeant sacerdotes sub pena excommunicationis choreas duci in cimiterio vel in ecclesiis: monant etiam ne alibi fiant, qui ut dicit beams Augustinus, "melius est festivis diebus fodere et arare quam choreas ducere.
Die ontkenning van tyd; die erkenning van die probleem om te definieer wat tyd is, roep iets van Augustinus se Boek XI op waarin hy ook die vraag na wat tyd is, probeer beantwoord: "Wat dan is de tijd?
E necessario ora riprendere il concetto di "formazione" spirituale del letterato e l'importanza attribuita a essa, ma in particolare, nel caso di Petrarca, alla considerazione che questi nutriva per il suo Augustinus, maestro di religiosita cristiana e suo precursore nel metodo di investigazione dell'animo.
Augustinus Bader Biomedizinisch-Biotechnologisches Zentrum (BBZ) Deutscher Platz 5 - 04103 Leipzig, Germany Phone: +49-(0)341-97-31350 Fax: +49-(0)341-97-31359 E-mail:Augustinus.
By contrast, when the Petrarch-persona refers to Laura as mother and bride, he never intends to allude to her condition as mother of several children and therefore as a married woman: a remark the character Augustinus makes in the Secretum (Bk.
Courtenay, "Fruits of the Harvest"; Nicolette Mout, "Pia curiositas: Desiderius Erasmus and Heiko Augustinus Oberman Between Late Middle Ages and Reformation"; Francis Oakley, "Christian virtuoso and Scholastic Tradition: Robert Boyle and the Potentia dei absoluta et ordinata"; and G.
Nam et Tertulliano et Apuleio suus quidam est character et in decretis Afrorum, quae multa refert Augustinus contra Petilianum et Crescentium, deprehendas anxiam affectationem eloquentiae, sed sic, ut Afros agnoscas.
christi cubiculum / virginitas(8) Augustinus Quatuor sunt genera sompniorum | augustinus Oraculum .
Such a distinction (not made in the present edition, but encountered, for instance, in Shin Augustinus Kojima's 1973 edition of the Violin Concerto in the Gesamtausgabe [sec.
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s forte: "Konzilien in Leben und Lehre des Augustinus von Hippo," "Konzilslehre Augustins" (reprinted from the Augustinus Lexikon), and finally "Augustinus-Rezeption in Konzilien von den Lebzeiten des Kirchenvaters bis zum Zweiten Vatikanum.
Studien zu Plotins Begriff des Geistes und des Einen (Frankfurt/Main: Klostermann, 2001), 123-59; Christoph Horn, "Selbstbezuglichkeit des Geistes bei Plotin und Augustinus," Gott und sein Bild--Augustinus' De Trinitate im Spiegel gegenwartiger Forschung, ed.