On The Morals Of The Manicheans (With Active Table of Contents)

The Concept of a Perfection 4. Spirits as Active Substances: Spirits as Individual Rational Substances 3. Reason, Judgment, and Will 5. Preface and Part I 1. Some Points about the Preface: The Idea of a Pure Will 4. The Main Argument of Groundwork I 5. The Absolute Value of a Good Will 6. The Special Purpose of Reason 7. The First Formulation 1. Features of Ideal Moral Agents 3. The Deceitful Promise 5.

The Maxim of Indifference 6. Two Limits on Information 7.

Lectures on the History of Moral Philosophy

The Second Formulation 1. The Relation between the Formulations 2. Statements of the Second Formulation 3.

Duties of Justice and Duties of Virtue 4. The Negative Interpretation 6. The Positive Interpretation 7. Remarks on Groundwork The Third Formulation 1. Gaining Entry for the Moral Law 2.

What is Gnosticism?

The Formulation of Autonomy and Its Interpretation 3. The Supremacy of Reason 4. The Realm of Ends 5.

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Bringing the Moral Law Nearer to Intuition 6. What Is the Analogy? The Second Three Conceptions of the Good 4. Autonomy and Heteronomy 5.

Saint Augustine (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. BUT, I have read numerous works from this compendium and Augustine, while he is heavy reading, is deeply profound and the effort is worthwhile. However, being in my late 60s it is entirely possible that I may not live long enough to read everything I must admit I study Augustine in measured doses Frankly, I can't figure out how he lived long enough to write everything he did. That being said, I encourage you to take the plunge and read study St Augustine.

He was a thinker who was intensely spiritual but also cerebral. Stretch your brain and stimulate your soul with Augustine. Can anybody spell s-t-i-m-u-l-a-t-e? This is an amazing compilation. The quality of the translation and editing is excellent. I have yet to find a single OCR error which is delightfully refreshing; there's only a rare word now and then with an extra space in it. The content is surprisingly easy to understand and uncannily applicable to today's culture and time.

As the moral decay of America accelerates, our society is becoming more and more like that of the ancient Roman world and Augustine's comments are becoming more, not less, applicable. Augustine addresses perennial questions such as why God lets good people suffer and why God allows non-Christian governments to rise to power. Augustine speaks into a world of moral decay and hostility to Christianity with refreshing, unapologetic candor and brilliance. He is an intelligent and amazingly well-read apologist for the Christian faith. I am so grateful to the editors and translators for making this timeless trove of wisdom available to us practically free.

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I am also learning a lot about the culture and times of Augustine "for free" since it's embedded in his discussions. Sometimes shocking, always interesting, this is NOT the Roman history you learn in k education. Augustine also has a fascinating perspective on the philosophical giants of the past e. Also quite different from the secular, post modern interpretation usually taught today. The format is easy to read with most chapters being less than 2 pages. The size of the document does make my Kindle run a bit slow though, particularly when underlining and taking notes.