Composed in his old age, Augustine reviews nearly all his writings, summarizing, correcting, and even expressing regret on occasion. Includes an appendix with the Indiculus of Possidius.
Revisions, like many of Augustine’s works, has a singular purpose. Composed in his old age, he reviews nearly all his writings, summarizing and correcting and even expressing regret. The Revisions is important not only for establishing the chronology of Augustine’s works but also for providing insight into his own thought and self-evaluation.
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