Truncated Bibliography (mostly very recent) on Some Problems in Augustine

Ando, Clifford. Augustine on language. REAug 40 (1994) 45-78. [65-00989

Ando, Clifford. Pagan Apologetics and Christian Intolerance in the Ages of Themistius and Augustine. JECS 4 (1996) 171-207.

Ayres, Lewis. Augustine on the Rule of Faith: Rhetoric, Christology, and the Foundation of Christian Thinking. AugStud 36 (2005) 33-49. [77-00862

Bernasconi, Robert. At War within Oneself: Augustine's Phenomenology of the Will in the Confessions, in Eros and Eris: Contributions to a Hermeneutical Phenomenology: liber amicorum for Adriaan Peperzak, edd. Paul Van Tongeren et al. (Boston 1992) 57-65. B29 .E74 1992 Williston Annex

Booth, A.D. The Image of the Professor in Ancient Society. EMC 20 (1976) 1-10. [47-09434

Burnell, Peter. The Problem of Service to Unjust Regimes in Augustine's City of God. JHI 54 (1993) 177-188.

Castagnoli, Luca. Liberal Arts and Recollection in Augustine's "Confessions", X (IX 16-XII 19). PhilosAnt 6 (2006) 107-135. [77-00888

Chadwick, Henry. Self-justification in Augustine's "Confessions". EHR 118 (2003) 1161-1175.

Chin, Catherine M. Christians and the Roman Classroom: Memory, Grammar, and Rhetoric in Confessions X. AugStud 33 (2002) 161-182. [74-00901

Davidson, Ivor J. Ambrose's de officiis and the Intellectual Climate of the Late Fourth Century. VChr 49 (1995) 313-333.

Ferrari, L.C. Background to Augustine's City of God. CJ 67 (1972) 198-208.

Frend, W.H.C. Augustine and Orosius on the End of the Ancient World. AugStud 20 (1989) 1-38.

Hare, B.W. The Educational Apostolate of St. Augustine. Prudentia 22 (1970) and 3 (1971) 15-23 and 71-77. [43-00608

Hartigan, R.S. Saint Augustine on War and Killing. The problem of the Innocent. JHI 27 (1966) 195-204.

Horst, P.W. van der. A Pagan Platonist and a Christian Platonist on Suicide. VChr 25 (1971) 282-288.

Kenney, John Peter. The Mysticism of Saint Augustine: Rereading The Confessions. 2005. BR65.A62 K46 2005

Kotzé, Annemaré. Augustine's "Confessions": the Social and Literary Context. AClass 49 (2006) 145-166.

Lenihan, David A. The Just War Theory in the Work of Saint Augustine. AugStud 19 (1988) 37-70. [61-00714

Lenihan, David Anthony. The Influence of Augustine's Just War: the Early Middle Ages. AugStud 27 (1996) 55-94. [67-00824

Lienhard, Joseph T. Reading the Bible and Learning to Read: the Influence of Education on St. Augustine's exegesis. AugStud 27 (1996) 7-25. [67-00826

Lotz, Christian. Responsive Life and Speaking to the Other: a Phenomenological Interpretation of Book One of the "Confessions". AugStud 37 (2006) 89-109. [77-00969

Mann, William E. Augustine's Confessions: Critical Essays. 2006. BR65.A62 A95 2006

Miller, Isaac. Idolatry and the Polemics of World-Formation from Philo to Augustine. JRH 28 (2004) 126-145.

O'Daly, Gerard. Platonism Pagan and Christian: Studies in Plotinus and Augustine. 2001. B645 .O33 2001

Outler, Albert C. Augustine and the Transvaluation of the Classical Tradition. CJ 54 (1959) 213-220.

Paffenroth, Kim and Kevin L. Hughes, edd. Augustine and Liberal Education. 2000. LB125.A8 A84 2000

Saddington, D.B. The Education of an Ideal Man. The Views of Plato, Cicero, Augustine. Akroterion 15 (1970) 5-16. [41-02922

Shaw, Brent D. Sacred Violence. African Christians and Sectarian Hatred in the Age of Augustine. 2011. BR1369 .S53 2011

Swift, Louis J. Augustine on War and Killing: Another View. HThR 66 (1973) 369-383.

Swift, Louis J. Pagan and Christian Heroes in Augustine's City of God. Augustinianum 27 (1987) 509-522. [60-00994

Tornau, Christian. Does Augustine Accept Pagan Virtue?: The Place of Book 5 in the Argument of the "City of God". Studia Patristica 43 (2006) 263-275.