By Augustine, Gareth B. Matthews, Stephen McKenna
As a huge assertion of Augustine's proposal, within which he develops his philosophy of brain, at the Trinity had a substantial impact on medieval philosophy, and keeps to curiosity philosophers at the present time. This version provides it including a philosophical and old advent via Gareth Matthews, and worthy notes on additional studying.
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For I do not find it anywhere else when I seek to utter it, except within myself; and if I ask another what the just person is, he seeks for what he should answer within himself, and, therefore, whoever could answer truly has found what to answer within himself. In fact when I wish to speak of Carthage, I seek for what to say within myself, and find an image of Carthage within myself; but I received this through the body, that is, through the sense of the body, since I was present there in the body, and have seen and perceived it with my senses, and have retained it in my memory, that I might find the word about it within myself whenever I might wish to utter it.
Or if there is not, what does it see there when it sees and says what a just soul is, nor see anywhere else than in itself, even though it itself is not a just soul? Is that which it sees an inner truth which is present to the soul that is capable of seeing it? Not all are capable of doing so, and not all who are capable of seeing it are also that which they behold, that is, they themselves are not also just souls; but they can see and say what a just soul is. And in what other way will they be able to be so, save by clinging Book to that same form itself which they behold, in order that they may be formed by it and be good souls?
Also valuable is a collection of articles on various aspects of Augustine’s philosophical thought and influence by twenty different scholars, The Augustinian Tradition, ed. G. B. Matthews (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, ). Among the many books available on various aspects of the philosophy of Augustine, the following are particularly helpful: B. Bubacz, St. Augustine’s Theory of Knowledge: A Contemporary Analysis (New York: Mellen, ); P. Cary, Augustine’s Invention of the Inner Self (New York: Oxford University Press, ); H.