By Karla Pollmann, Meredith J. Gill
Augustine of Hippo (354-430) is arguably the main influential philosopher and Latin writer of the Early Christian interval. His common legacy has been explored so far in basic terms partially, and principally with appreciate to his textual reception. This interdisciplinary quantity makes an attempt to redress this emphasis with a collection of analyses of Augustine's impression within the visible arts, drama, devotional practices, track, the science-faith debate and psychotherapy. The integrated reports hint complicated and infrequently unbelievable cases of Augustine's ubiquitous presence in highbrow, religious and inventive phrases. the result's a much more differentiated and dynamic photograph of the mechanisms in which the legacy of an ancient determine can be perpetuated, together with the occasionally supra-rational and imaginitive dimensions of transmission.