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Deum et animam scire cupio: I yearn to know God and the soul. So says the real Augustine in his 386 A. D. Soliloquies, one of four texts in his Cassiciacum Dialogues. The other three are: Against the Academics, On the Happy Life, and On Order. In Soliloquies Augustine also gives us this beautiful little prayer: Deus semper idem, noverim me, noverim te: […]
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