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The meaning of voluntas in Augustine

In De civ. Dei and Book 8 of the Conf., Augustine uses the term 'uoluntas' for dispositional and occurent forms of the horme of a rational being, where horme is the Stoic concept of 'impulse' toward action.

Author: Sarah C. Byers
Publisher: S.n., s.l., 2006
Volume:
37
Pages:
171-189
Language:
English
Periodical:
Augustinian Studies
Number:
2
Format: Article
Topic: - Works > Studies on Vocabulary/Themes > Topics - Latin vocabulary > V > voluntas
- Works > Confessiones > Conf. VIII
- Works > De civitate Dei > civ. Dei XII - XIV
- Doctrine > Man > [Liberté. Délectation victorieuse. Volonté] > [Libre arbitre] > [Libre arbitre]
- Doctrine > Man > [Liberté. Délectation victorieuse. Volonté] > Will > Will
- Works > Dialogues / Early works > De libero arbitrio > Topics > Free will
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