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St. Augustine on the Moral Law.

Augustine conceived of morality in terms of the right ordering of the soul, man's chief moral obligation being the love of God. He first held that man knew law through reason but later placed more emphasis on divine grace.

Author: Joseph W. Koterski
Publisher: S.n., s.l., 1980
Volume:
11
Pages:
65-78
Periodical:
Augustinian Studies
Format: Article
Topic: - Doctrine > Man > [L'âme (origine ; nature ; propriétés ; facultés ; spiritus)]
- Doctrine > Man > [Doctrine de la connaissance] > [Raison-Autorité. Raison-Foi]
- Doctrine > From man to God > Jesus Christ. Redemption. Sacraments. Church. Grace. Mariology. > Grace
- Doctrine > From man to God > [Morale] > [Études générales de morale] > [Loi morale]
Status: Needs Review