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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2014.tde-24102014-171701
Document
Author
Full name
Cléver Cardoso Teixeira de Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Novaes Filho, Moacyr Ayres (President)
Estevao, Jose Carlos
Silva Filho, Luiz Marcos da
Title in Portuguese
Lei divina e lei humana em Agostinho: De Libero Arbitrio e De civitate Dei
Keywords in Portuguese
Ciuitas
Escravidão
Estado
Guerra
Justiça
Lei divina
Lei humana
Paz
Política
Abstract in Portuguese
O plano deste estudo se caracteriza por entender a relação entre lei divina e lei humana concebida por Agostinho no L. I de O Live-Arbítrio e no L. XIX de A Cidade de Deus. Assim almejamos analisar primeiramente a relação entra as duas leis no L. I do diálogo e posteriormente confrontá-la com a análise retirada da Cidade de Deus, verificando as possíveis implicações de uma reformulação no entendimento da política para Agostinho. Desse modo, pretendemos evidenciar como Agostinho reformulou seu pensamento sobre as duas leis e mostrar as conseqüências de tal mudança em noções como justiça, paz, Estado, guerra e escravidão
Title in English
Divine law and human law in Augustine: De Libero Arbitrio and De civitate Dei
Keywords in English
Ciuitas
Divine law
Human law
Justice
Peace
politics
Slavery
State
War
Abstract in English
The purpose of this study is defined by understanding the relationship between divine law and human law conceived by Augustine in On Free Choice of the Will, book I, and The City of God, book XIX. Thus, we aim first to analyse the relation among the two laws in the dialogue, then comparing it with the analysis from The City of God by checking possible implications of a reformulation in the understanding of politics for Augustine. As such, we intend to show how Augustine reformulated his thought about the two laws and the consequences of such a change in notions as justice, peace, State, war and slavery
 
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Publishing Date
2014-10-24
 
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