Oxford Guide to the History of the Reception of Augustine

Pollmann, K., Otten, W., Andrews, J., Arweiler, A., Backus, I., Bergjan, S.-P., Brachtendorf, J., El Kholi, S., Elliott, M. , Gatzemeier, S., van Geest, P., Gordon, B., Lambert, D., Liebregts, P., Müller, H., Pabel, H., Quantin, J.-L., Saak, E., Schumacher, L., Visser, A., Vössing, K. and Zupko, J. (Eds.) (2013) Oxford Guide to the History of the Reception of Augustine. Oxford University Press: Oxford, United Kingdom. ISBN 9780199299164

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This is a ground-breaking international and interdisciplinary enterprise on the impact of the thought and work of Augustine of Hippo (AD 354–430). Arguably the most influential early Christian thinker in the Western part of the Roman Empire, Augustine's impact has reached further than the religious domain and he has become a veritable icon of Western culture. This work maps this influence not just in theology, his traditional area of prominence, but far beyond, taking into account fields such as political theory, ethics, music, education, semiotics, literature, philosophy, psychology, religion, and popular culture. It contains chapter-length discussions and syntheses of the general characteristics of Augustine's reception in various periods, as well as of specific themes as wide-ranging as Islam and gender. The work also surveys the material transmission and intellectual reception of almost all of Augustine's extant works, documented in the light of recent research. The largest part of the work comprises around 600 entries which describe, analyse, and evaluate Augustine's influence on a broad variety of key figures and themes through the ages, including material that has never been taken into scholarly consideration before.

Item Type:Edited Books
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Elliott, Professor Mark
College/School:College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > Theology and Religious Studies
Publisher:Oxford University Press

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