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Concerning the teacher (De magistro) and On the immortality of the soul (De immortalitate animae)

Autore: Augustine, of Hippo Saint; George Gaines Leckie
Editore: New York, London, D. Appleton-Century Company, Incorporated [©1938]
Serie: Appleton-Century philosophy source-books.
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Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo.
Concerning the teacher.
New York ; London : D. Appleton-Century Co., ©1938
(OCoLC)609727384
Tipo documento Libro
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Augustine, of Hippo Saint; George Gaines Leckie
Numero OCLC: 817961
Descrizione: xxxviii, 88 pages 20 cm.
Contenuti: Purpose of speech --
Man shows the meaning of words only through words --
Whether anything can be shown without a sign --
Whether sings are shown by signs --
Reciprocal signs --
Signs which signify themselves --
Conclusion of the preceding chapters --
These arguments are not in vain. Likewise, when signs are heard, the mind must be directed towards the things which are signified, in order that the questioner may be answered --
Whether all things and also the congnition of them, should be preferred to their signs --
Whether certain things can be taught without signs. Things are not learned through words themelves --
We do not learn through the words which sound outwardly, but through the truth which teaches within us --
Christ the truth teaches within --
The power of words does ot even reveal the mind of the speaker --
Christ teaches within. Man reminds by means of words spoken outwardly --
On the immortality of the soul --
The first reason why the soul is immortal: it is the subject of science which is eternal --
Another reason: it is the subject of reason which is not changed --
Mind is living substance and immutable; and if it is in some mode mutable, it does not on that account become mortal --
Art and the unchangeable principle of numbers, which do not inhere in the mind without life --
Mind is not changed so that it ceases to be mind --
Unchangeable reaon, whether it be in the mind or with the mind, or whether the mind be in it, cannot be seperated from the very same mind --
An if the mind tends through substance towards defection, sitill if does not on this account lperish --
Just as that cannot be taken from body by which it is body, so neither can that be takn from mind by which is mind --
Mind is life, and thus it cannot lack life --
Mind s not the organization of body --
Even though truth is the cause of the mind, mind does not perish through faleshood, the contrary of the truth --
There is no contrary to the truth by which the mind exists in so far as it exists --
Nor is mind changed into body --
Nor is the strngth of the mind diminished by slep or any other similar affection of the body --
Again, mind cannot be changed into boyd --
Nor even is the rational soul changed into the irrational. The whole soul is in the body as a whole and i each part --
Chronological chart of st. augustine's life --
Reaer's bibliography.
Titolo della serie: Appleton-Century philosophy source-books.
Altri titoli: On the immortality of the soul.
Responsabilità: by St. Aurelius Augustine, Bishop of Hippo ... translated from the Latin with the addition of a preface by George G. Leckie ...

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