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More specifically concerning: Peter Brown

22.01.02 – Tuesday

Have been thinking about that biography of St. Augustine, particularly such few paragraphs as I marked out for future reference, e.g.: Augustine was a great intellect, with a healthy respect for the achievements of human reason. Yet he was obsessed by the difficulties of thought, and by the long, coercive processes, reaching back into the […]

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Of the books I read in 2017, I would recommend the following: Peter Brown, Through the Eye of a Needle – an engaging look at wealth and the early church. Barbara Comyns, Our Spoons Came from Woolworths – a better presentation of the limits of intellect than An American Tragedy. Northrop Frye, The Educated Imagination […]

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