PHIL 3712 Augustine
4 semester hours
Careful examination of central philosophical and theological themes in the thought of St. Augustine of Hippo, including truth; beauty; unity and number; interiority; divine illumination; lust, pride, and curiosity; free will; eternity and time; and the problem of evil. The focus of the course will be primarily but not exclusively on the earlier, more strictly philosophical phases of Augustine’s thought.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Faith and Reason.