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Augustine and History relates history to Augustine's thoughts, life, and writings in several distinct, but connected, ways. The essays place Augustine in his historical context, analyze his own theory and practice of historiography, and examine his impact on later historians and controversies. Augustine's intellect and influence are elaborated in contexts as disparate as the Fall of Rome, debates on the death penalty, and even the reactions to 9/11. This collection of scholarly essays is excellent for a wide-ranging academic audience.
|Series:||Augustine in Conversation: Tradition and Innovation Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.08(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.89(d)|