Augustine on Administration: The Politics of Social Institutions in The City of God

The European Legacy 26 (1):22-38 (2021)
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This article considers what St. Augustine has to say about administration in The City of God, as well as in The Rule of St. Augustine and in Of the Work of Monks. Rather than focusin...



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