Faith and Reason in the Thought of St. Augustine
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Milton W. Williams
St. Augustine of Hippo, Intellectual cognizance, Rational cognizance, Wisdom, Knowledge
Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
The purpose of this essay is to discuss a problem not of philosophy in general, but of the philosophy of religion. The subject is limited to one major problem in the field of the philosophy of religion, the problem of the relation of reason and faith. The problem of the relation of faith and reason, however, is to be considered in the writings of only one man, St. Augustine of Hippo.
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Lewis, Gordon Russell, "Faith and Reason in the Thought of St. Augustine" (1959). Philosophy - Dissertations. Paper 55.