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“You Can Go Home Again”: The End of Confessions 4
Augustine on going home by finding our selves outside our selves in God inside ourselves.
One Note on Confessions 4.8.13
Augustine and Epictetus on death.
A Note on Confessions 4.5.10
In Confessions 4.5.10, Augustine takes up the difficult question of why we often find grief and sadness to be, in a sense, pleasurable, without coming to a definite conclusion. The question is closely related to the theory of tragedy as a literary and dramatic genre...
St. Augustine on the Death of His Friend
Some notes on Confessions 4.4.8-9.
A Time To Keep Silence
Are evangelicals right in thinking it is always time to speak?
Augustine | Confessions | Nietzsche | Vergil
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