The Life of Augustine (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
367
Utgivningsdatum
2010-03-09
Upplaga
New ed
Förlag
Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Översättare
George Berthold
Medarbetare
Van Fleteren, Frederick (intro & notes)
Volymtitel
Part 1 Childhood to Episcopal Consecration (354-396) Memoire Ecclesiastique : Volume 13
Dimensioner
222 x 146 x 25 mm
Vikt
725 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781433102844
The Life of Augustine (inbunden)

The Life of Augustine

Part One: Childhood to Episcopal Consecration (354-396)- "Memoire Ecclesiastique- "Volume XIII- Introduction and Annotation by Frederick Van Fleteren- Translated by Frederick Van Fleteren in Collaboration with George Berthold

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In 1695, Louis Sebastien, Le Nain de Tillemont completed volume 13 of his Memoire ecclesiastique, entitled La vie de saint Augustin. Consisting of approximately 1,200 pages wherein Tillemont compiled all extant passages relevant to the biography of Augustine of Hippo, the biography was published posthumously in 1700. The work lies in the tradition of Jansenism from Port-Royal and the Leuven. Though an ascetic recluse on the family estate for the last twenty years of his life, Tillemont was in touch with important scholars and the ecclesiastical movements of his time. His work is the first modern biography of Augustine, and the most comprehensive of all Augustinian biographies; modern authors consult him and frequently adopt his theories without citation. His method exercises influence on Parisian scholarship on Augustine to this very day. This English translation has been divided into three volumes: 1: birth to Episcopal consecration (354-396); 2: the Donastist controversy (397-411); 3: the Pelagian controversy (412-430).
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"At a time when philosophers and theologians have ample opportunity to present their understandings of Augustine's thought, no small benefit will come from spending time with the historical research found in the life of Augustine by Louis Sebastien, Le Nain de Tillemont, an eminent historian of the seventeenth century. He is known as an historian who was so thorough and accurate in his scholarship that he can still be consulted with profit. That is especially true of his `La vie de saint Augustin' where historical detail is so essential for correct understanding." (Allan D. Fitzgerald, O.S.A., Villanova University)

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The Editor and Translator: Frederick Van Fleteren is Professor of Philosophy at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Internationally respected for his scholarship in Augustine of Hippo, he is the general editor of and a contributor of several book chapters to the series Collectanea Augustiniana; the present volume is the eighth in that series. Professor Van Fleteren has edited three volumes of Anselm Studies and has likewise contributed to several other volumes in that series. He edited a volume entitled Columbus and the New World and a biography of Prince Demetrius Gallitzin. For many years he has served as associate editor of Augustinian Studies, and he is co-editor of the critically acclaimed Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia, which has been translated into Italian, French, and Spanish. He is the author of an ethics text, Fundamental Principles of a Natural Law Ethic. He has contributed countless articles to philosophical and theological journals in several languages and has served as a publisher and journal reviewer on Augustine of Hippo and Anselm of Canterbury. He is a Life Member of Clare Hall Cambridge and has twice been a visiting fellow at Istituto Trentino di Cultura. A much sought-after speaker internationally, he has spoken at several universities and conferences in North America, Europe, and Asia.