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The Irrational Augustine$

Catherine Conybeare

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I use the abbreviations in Aug‐Lex for the titles of Augustine's works—despite the ensuing discrepancy between De Academicis and c. Acad. In the main text, I leave all titles in full and untranslated, since so often (beata u., doctr. chr.!) the very interpretation of the titles is contested.

For other patristic works, I use the abbreviations of Blaise; for classical works, those of OLD.

  • AMBROSE

    • Hex. Hexameron: ed. Schenkl, CSEL 32.1 (1897).

    • Hymni ed., tr., comm. Charlet, Cerf (Paris, 1992).

    • Psal. Explanatio psalmorum xii: ed. Petschenig, CSEL 64 (1919).

  • AUGUSTINE

    • c. Acad. De Academicis / Contra Academicos: ed. Green, CCL 29 (1970).

    • beata u. De Beata Vita: ed. Green, CCL 29 (1970).

    • ciu. De Ciuitate Dei: ed. Dombart and Kalb, CCL 47 and 48 (1955).

    • conf. Confessiones: ed. Verheijen, CCL 27 (1981); rev. edn. and comm. O'Donnell (Oxford, 1992; online at <http://www.stoa.org/hippo>.

    • dial. De Dialectica: ed. Pinborg, comm. Jackson (Dordrecht/Boston, 1975).

    • doctr. chr. De Doctrina Christiana: ed. Green (Oxford, 1995).

    • ep. Epistulae: ed. Goldbacher, CSEL 34.1 and 2, 44, 57 (1895–1923); ed. Divjak, CSEL 88 (1981). Epp. 1–100 newly ed. Daur, CCL 31 (2004) and 31A (2005).

    • c. ep. Man. Contra epistulam Manichaei quam uocant fundamenti liber unus: ed. Zycha, CSEL 25.1 (1891).

    • Gn. adu. Man. De Genesi Contra Manichaeos: ed. Weber, CSEL 91 (1998).

    • (p.204)
    • haer. De Haeresibus ad Quoduultdeum liber unus: ed. Plaetse and Beukers, CCL 46 (1969).

    • imm. an. De Immortalitate Animae: ed. Hörmann, CSEL 89 (1986).

    • lib. arb. De Libero Arbitrio: ed. Green, CCL 29 (1970).

    • mag. De Magistro: ed. Daur, CCL 29 (1970).

    • mor. eccl. cath. De Moribus Ecclesiae Catholicae et De Moribus Manichaeorum: ed. Bauer, CSEL 90 (1992).

    • mus. De Musica: PL 32.

    • ord. De Ordine: ed. Green, CCL 29 (1970).

    • retr. Retractationes: ed. Mutzenbecher, CCL 57 (1984).

    • sol. Soliloquia: ed. Hörmann, CSEL 89 (1986), comm. Watson (Warminster, 1990).

    • uera rel. De Vera Religione: ed. Daur, CCL 32 (1962).

    • util. cred. De Utilitate Credendi: ed. Zycha, CSEL 25 (1891).

  • BASIL of CAESAREA

    • ep. Epistulae: cited from Greek and Latin Letters, ed. Trapp (Cambridge, 2003).

  • CICERO

    • Ac. Academica: ed. Plasberg, Teubner (1922).

    • Acad. post. Academica posteriora: ed. Ruch (Paris, 1970).

    • Amic. De Amicitia: ed. and comm. Powell (Warminster, 1990).

    • Att. Epistulae ad Atticum: ed. and tr. Shackleton Bailey, Loeb (1999).

    • Fin. De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum: ed. Reynolds, OCT (1998).

    • Leg. De Legibus: ed. Vahlen, Teubner (1883).

    • Off. De Officiis: ed. Winterbottom, OCT (1994); comm. Dyck (Ann Arbor, 1996).

    • Q. fr. Epistulae ad Quintum Fratrem: ed. Shackleton Bailey (Cambridge, 1980).

    • Rep. De Re Publica: selection ed. and comm. Zetzel (Cambridge, 1995).

  • GREGORY of NYSSA

    • u. Macr. Vita Macrinae: ed. Maraval, Sources Chrétiennes 178 (Paris, 1971).

  • JEROME

    • Ep. 22 Libellus de uirginitate seruanda: ed. Hilberg, CSEL 54 (1910); comm. Adkin, ARCA 42 (Cambridge, 2003).

  • METHODUS

    • Smp. Symposium: ed. Musurillo, Éditions du Cerf (Paris, 1963).

  • MUSONIUS RUFUS

    • Reliquiae ed. Hense, Teubner (1905; repr. 1990).

  • PHILO

    • op. mundi De Opificio Mundi: tr. Colson and Whitaker, Loeb (1929).

    • quaest. Gen. Quaestiones et Solutiones in Genesin: tr. Marcus, Loeb (1953).

  • (p.205)
  • PLATO

    • Phdr. Phaedrus: ed. Burnet, OCT (1901); comm. and tr. Rowe (Warminster, 1986).

    • Smp. Symposium: ed. and comm. Dover (Cambridge 1980); tr. Cobb (Albany, NY, 1993).

    • Tht. Theaetetus: ed. Burnet, OCT (1900); tr. McDowell (Oxford, 1973).

  • PLOTINUS

    • Enn. Enneads: ed. Bréhier, Belles Lettres (Paris 1924–38); tr. Armstrong, Loeb (1966–88).

  • PORPHYRY

    • Marc. ad Marcellam: ed., tr. des Places, Belles Lettres (Paris, 1982).

    • Plot. Vita Plotini: ed. Bréhier, Belles Lettres (Paris, 1924–38); tr. Armstrong, Loeb (1966–88).

  • SULPICIUS SEVERUS

    • V. Martini ed. and tr. Fontaine, Sources Chrétiennes 133 (Paris, 1967).

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