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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • A deep study of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine, the essence of Thomism,
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    • a full, whole personality if you envisage Augustine (354-430)
    • Augustine, we deal with a struggling person, with Thomas
    • Augustine's worldview becomes clear only if you consider the
    • historical background from which Augustine worked his way out.
    • that was quite different from that in which Augustine had still
    • Augustine positions himself as a struggling
    • already said. The way in which Augustine struggles makes a deep
    • struggle. Two questions rose in Augustine's soul of which one
    • which one can characterise possibly while one says, Augustine
    • Augustine really, if one interprets these two questions in such
    • centuries. Augustine experiences an internally moved, excessive
    • to look at this worldview later that Augustine got to know when
    • which survived then until the time of Augustine.
    • is only something to Augustine that brings
    • influenced Augustine even more than one normally thinks. One
    • when Augustine turned from Neoplatonism to Christianity. Since
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    • One cannot judge the Christianity of Augustine if one does not
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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • individuality stirred in the soul of Augustine. Hence, these
    • human experience, and thereby just Augustine makes such a deep
    • Beyond Augustine that remained for many
    • ideas of Augustine. However, these ideas were just not suitable
    • Augustine still combated Pelagius
    • Augustine; individualism appears in him as usually only the
    • The opponents of Augustine asserted that
    • Augustine said, but, nevertheless, it is not completely in such
    • a way as Augustine said; it is also not completely in such a
    • greatness of Augustine. They faced that what was western
    • Augustine and his successors.
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    • Areopagite, of Plotinus, Augustine, Eriugena and many others.
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Contents
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    • Thomas and Augustine 22 May 1920
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Cover Sheet
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