Souvenirs Cicéroniens (Hortensius, Consolation) Et Virgiliens Dans L'Exposé D'Augustin Sur L'État Humain D'"Ignorance Et De Difficulté" (Aug., lib. arb. 3, 51-54)

@article{Doignon1993SouvenirsC,
  title={Souvenirs Cic{\'e}roniens (Hortensius, Consolation) Et Virgiliens Dans L'Expos{\'e} D'Augustin Sur L'{\'E}tat Humain D'"Ignorance Et De Difficult{\'e}" (Aug., lib. arb. 3, 51-54)},
  author={J. Doignon},
  journal={Vigiliae Christianae},
  year={1993},
  volume={47},
  pages={131-139}
}
  • J. Doignon
  • Published 1993
  • Philosophy
  • Vigiliae Christianae
L'A. propose une etude comparative entre l'Hortensius de Ciceron, certains ecrits de Virgile et le De Libero Arbitrio (3:51-54) de saint Augustin d'Hippone pour prendre conscience de l'influence ciceronienne et virgilienne sur le Pere de l'Eglise, notamment dans la thematique de la condition humaine. Saint Augustin cherche a demontrer que cette condition est marquee par un etat d'ignorance et de difficulte. Or les auteurs latins cites ne sont pas loin de penser la meme chose 
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