Augustinus 53 (208):157-174 (2008)

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En este artículo, partiendo de un análisis del "De beata uita" y del "Praeceptum", el autor quiere demostrar que las directrices de la antigua filosofía tuvieron un efecto más prolongado sobre Agustín, más allá de lo que puedan aportarnos los estudios sobre su punto de vista sobre la gracia o incluso sus propias palabras en "Confessiones"
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Philosophy and Religion  Religious Studies
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DOI 10.5840/augustinus200853208/20910
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