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Crime and punishment in Augustine and the philosophical tradition.

Author: Gerard Watson
Publisher: Maynooth Univ. Press, Maynooth, Ireland, 1983
Volume:
VIII
Pages:
32-43
Notes:
In developing his thuoght on crime and punishment Augustine combined Neoplatonism and the Christion doctrine of the fall of man. It is unlikely that he had direct knowledge of the writings of Plato and Aristotle on these subjects.
Periodical:
Maynooth Review
Format: Article
Topic: - Biography > Relations and Sources > Platonism - Neo-platonism > General studies > Neo-platonism
- Doctrine > Social Life > [Loi. Droit] > [Droit]
- Doctrine > Social Life > [Loi. Droit] > [Droit] > [Peines/peine capitale/torture]
- Doctrine > Man > Augustinian anthropology > [Chute de l'homme]
Status: Needs Review