Agustín de Hipona y su recepción del mito maniqueo. "Contra Epistulam Manichaei quam vocant Fundamenti"

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In this article we follow the reception made by Augustine of Hippo of the Manichean myth; in this we see his visceral reaction against the doctrine of Mani, since –in addition to the apologetic elements properly– there is a clear attempt to take psychological distance from a religious experience that marked it in depth, in every way. In this controversial context we can also discern central aspects of a text that had liturgical value and which, as such, was of capital importance to the Manichaean communities. This Augustinian reading has as horizon the near collapse of the Roman Empire of the West and the ever-increasing confrontation of Constantinople with Persian Empire, the mobility of its borders and the partly political and partly religious persecutions that Manichaeism underwent.
Keywords Agustín de Hipona.  Augustine of Hippo.  Contra epistulam fundamenti  Imperio Romano Occidental  Western Roman Empire  manichaeism  maniqueísmo
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DOI 10.5209/ILUR.57408
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