By Joanne McWilliam, Timothy Barnes, Michael A. Fahey, Peter Slater
Joanne Me William was once professor emerita of non secular reports on the collage of Toronto. She was once a pioneer lady within the educational examine of theology, focusing on Patristic reports and across the world well-known for her paintings on Augustine. T.D. Barnes is professor emeriti of Classics on the collage of Toronto. Rev. Dr. Michael A. Fahey, S.J. is the Dean Emeritus of the college of Theology on the collage of St. Michael’s university C. Peter Slater is a professor of Divinity at Trinity university in Toronto, Ontario.
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Wilfrid Laurier University Press. All rights reserved. S. or applicable copyright law. S. or applicable copyright law. r to Tlu<>Wgian 26 of aesthetics have been the basis of this paniculac analysis. Augustine's quest for beauty is a thread which runs through the entire work. As a six.. old he had stolen pears because those pears were beautiful. " Prom a Manichaean pcrspeetive ten years later the twency-six-year-<>ld Augustine posed the question: Quid en puJchrom? 60 And be wrote his first work, entitled De pukhro et apto attempting to answer that question.
Or applicable copyright law. Augustine: From Rheror to Theologian first time two senses of confession quite cleady dis-tinguished- confes- sion as admission of sin and confession as profession of faith. 2' All these connotations make their way into the broader arena offintand second-century literature, whether Graeco-Roman, Jewish, or Christian. ical rhetorical and political contexts. kamm has shown, Pbilo takes advantage of the rich complexities of 01'0AO'j6 v from its usage in Stoic philosophy to the more strictly religious sense of the SepruaginL 29 Ofrhese religious sensesJosepbus, too, is aware, especially when they carry political implications, as in his account of the way in which six hundred Jews refused to confess ucaesar as their master'' over against the God of Israel, even under torture.
What, then, is distinctive about the idea of confession Augustine inherits? The word "autobiography," of course, is relatively modern, though not first coined by RohertSouthey in 1809, as the Oxford English Dictionary has it, but, it seerns, by one William Taylor in 1796, asJarnes M. Good has shown. " 19 This is the ntionale behind Frye's call in' confession autohiQ&raphical and his tmcini its oriiins to Augustine's Confessiom. o snphy, but also predates Augustine. Western literature possesses any number of pre-Augustinian texts which might rightly be called confessional, many of which are not only not autobiographies, but not even autobiographical in any save the loosest of senses.