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  • Aurelius Augustine (354–430), or Saint Augustine, was a theologian and father of the Christian church. His autobiographical Confessions (c. 397) and City of God against the Pagans (413–427) shaped medieval European ideas about political order, freedom, soul, inner life, ...

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