Augustine, Time, and Autobiography as Language
In Confessions XI Augustine works himself out of a dualistic dilemma forced on him at the start of the book by his Platonic or Plotinian conception of time and language as the fallen or inferior parts of a superior whole.
|Author:||Paul J. Archambault|
|Publisher:||S.n., s.l., 1984|
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