This volume contains translations of four of Augustine’s earliest works: De beata vita, Contra Academicos, De ordine, and Soliloquia. His embrace of Platonic certitude regarding the primacy of the unseen world of perfection and eternal truth is at the forefront of these philosophical works, which were composed in the genre of the dialogue. Writing at Cassiciacum in the year 386, the young Augustine grapples with questions of epistemology, theodicy, morality, and the soul’s quest for God.
The Happy Life; Answer to Sceptics; Divine Providence and the Problem of Evil, Soliloquies – The Fathers of the Church: Volume 33
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