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De immortalitate animae of Augustine

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        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 132 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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        ISBN 109060320883

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In what manner the human intellect is separable was a frequently debated question in Renaissance discussions of the soul. : Historische Gestalten der Antike.

Pietro Pomponazzi (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

L' della parola codex blocco di legno fa presupporre che potesse derivare dallo sviluppo delle tavolette di cera.

On the Profit of Believing De utilitate credendi• In this case, the term was intended to indicate that initiated a new phase in the development of the Platonic tradition. "Il consenso degli evangelisti"scritto nel 400;• On the Immortality of the Soul, translated English by William Henry Hay II and John Herman Randall, Jr. The Hypercosmic Gods: those that make Essence, Life, and Soul• Here at least Augustine virtually posits the will as an independent mental faculty.

By way of his assiduous writing against the Donatists, Augustine sharpened his ecclesiological ideas and developed a theory of religious coercion based on an intentionalist understanding of Christian love. The Donatist schism had its roots in the last great persecution at the beginning of the fourth century.

De fide et operibus "La fede e le opere" ;• A New Biography, New York: HarperCollins. After that the poor man had got as good a security for his life as the honour and truth of the chancellor could give him, he told him it was the bishop of London maintained him, by sending him a sum of money to buy up the impression of his Testaments.

Matthew Poole's Commentary

Walter de Gruyter, Berlin u. There are of course different degrees of goodness as well as of being Letter 18. [This was the previous entry on Pomponazzi in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy — see the. Although it is unclear precisely when scholars began to disassociate the philosophy of the historical Plato from the philosophy of his neoplatonic interpreters, they had clearly begun to do so at least as early as the first decade of the nineteenth century.