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St. Augustine's Confessions; the Odyssey of soul [by] Robert J. O'Connell.

Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969.

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Subjects Augustin, saint, évêque d'Hippone. Confessiones.
Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. Confessiones.
Augustinus, Aurelius. Confessiones.
Confessiones (Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo)
Description xiii, 200 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Soul's Odyssey: fall and return -- The Proemium (Book I, 1-6) -- A Meditation on Infancy (Book I, 7-31) -- The Prodigal's Wandering (Book II) -- First conversion : Cicero, the Manichees (Book III) -- To Become a "Little One" again (Books IV and V, 1-2) -- Faustus, Ambrose, and the "One Teacher" (Book V) -- The Medicine of faith and suffering (Book VI) -- Paroxysm and advancing cure (Book VII, 1-12).
The Decisive admonition : Libri Platonicorum (Book VII, 13-17) -- A Central difficulty : emanation and omnipresence -- The Pearl is purchased (Book VIII) -- Contemplation and the Soul's "First-Fruits" (Book IX) -- Noverim Te, Noverim Me (Book X) -- Eternity and the fall into time (Book XI) -- The Soul's eternal home (Book XII) -- The Return of image to archetype (Book XIII).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4556
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WorldCat Identities O'Connell, Robert J.
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