[in chronological order]
From the Publisher: “A Companion to Augustine presents a fresh collection of scholarship by leading academics with a new approach to contextualizing Augustine and his works within the multi-disciplinary field of Late Antiquity, showing Augustine as… More
From the Publisher: “Augustine’s City of God has profoundly influenced the course of Western political philosophy, but there are few guides to its labyrinthine argumentation that hold together the delicate interplay of religion and philosophy in… More
Abstract: “Recent moral justifications of military intervention in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq have drawn upon just war concepts set out by Augustine of Hippo in the early fifth century. Augustine, writing as the political hegemony of the Roman Empire… More
From the Publisher: “Disciplining Christians reconsiders several of Augustine’s most well-known letter exchanges, including his famously controversial correspondence with Jerome and his efforts to engage his Donatist rivals in a letter exchange.… More
Review of the collected volume, Augustine and History.
From the Publisher: “A guide to the life and work of Augustine. It takes up the major concerns of Augustine’s complex and evolving thought and accords them a form that allows readers to think with Augustine as well as about him.”
Abstract: “In this article I take the view that Augustine presents a perceptive account of the conditions of political legitimacy, one of such depth and complexity that it deserves to be regarded as a classic of Christian political thought. I hold that… More
Lecture by Chad Pecknold, Catholic University of America, November 5, 2014.
Description: “In this engaging lecture, Rev. Theodore Tack, OSA, will present a cogent argument for why the life of Augustine is still relevant to Villanova University and every member of the campus community. Fr. Ted has been an Augustinian for over 60… More