Augustine's Philosophy of Mind

Augustine's Philosophy of Mind

Publisher: Univ of California Pr | 1987 | ISBN: 0520060695 | 253 Pages | PDF | 7,2 MB

As a philosopher, no less than as a theologian, Augustine marks a turning point in the history 01 though. This book is the first to analyse critically his arguments concerning the nature and activities of mind and soul. There are chapters on sense-perception, imagination, memory, time and the psychology of knowledge; and discussions of the body-soul problem, the emotions and Augustine's critique of the general theory of soul in the ancient philosophical tradition. Although his indebtedness to that tradition is stressed throughout, Augustine's formidable originality as a thinker is brought out fully also. All quoted source material is translated. (A further volume on Augustine's ethical and political theory is in preparation.)


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