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Explanation of the Rule of St. Augustine

By / Sands & Co. / 1911

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Overview

Sometimes thought of as a “Second Augustine” (“alter Ausgustinus”), Hugh of St. Victor (c. 1096–1141) taught at the Augustinian Abbey of Saint Victor in Paris after which he is named. His numerous theological works and commentaries on Augustine were highly regarded, and the hundreds of original works that have survived in libraries all across Europe today reflect how popular and influential they were. Dom Aloysius Smith presents an English translation of Hugh of St. Victor’s Explanation of the Rule of St. Augustine from the original Latin.

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Key Features

  • Presents the work of renowned medieval theologian
  • Aids in the study of Augustine
  • Provides insight into the Middle Ages

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About the Author

Hugh of St. Victor (c. 1096–1141) taught at the Augustinian Abbey of Saint Victor in Paris after which he is named. His numerous theological works and commentaries on Augustine were highly regarded, and the hundreds of original works that have survived in libraries all across Europe today reflect how popular and influential they were.

About the Translator

Dom Aloysius Smith was a celebrated translator whose numerous translations include Spiritual Director and Physician: The Spiritual Treatment of Sufferers from Nerves and Scruples and Life of St. Agnes: Virgin and Martyr.