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61 For the way the topic of continence develops in the Confessions, see further on 8. t. 2. A READING OF THE CONFESSIONS xli speaking, Augustine is redeemed, and in so far as he is redeemed and reformed according to the image and likeness of God, he becomes representative of all humankind. The work begins with a cry of exultant praise, 'magnus es domine et laudabilis valde' (1. 1. 1), voiced by Augustine. When the same line (a scriptural text) is brought back at the beginning of Bk. 11, it is introduced 'ut dicamus omnes' (11.
Few modern scholars (indeed, few moderns of any persuasion, including the most ardent proponents of a traditional doctrine of transubstantiation) hold a view of the importance and efficacy of cult acts that even remotely approaches the visceral reverence for cult that all late antique men and women felt. We like to believe that there were serene and cultless philosophers in that age, not exactly anticlerical but certainly not superstitiously devoted to ritual and ceremony. 28 27 The provisional nature of that decision perhaps needs emphasis.
43) Sed contra: But all attempts to depict the Confessions as essentially or mainly a story of the ascent of the mind to God encounter great difficulties—one extrinsic and one intrinsic. 45 Noticeably missing from the summary in 39 9. 10. 25, 'si cui sileat . ,' almost a translation from Plot. 5. 1. 2. " [cf. Mt. 25: 21]'. 41 For details, see introd. n. to Bk. 10. 42 Cf. esp. 11. 29. 39-30. 40 (note 11. 27. 34, for the thematic echo of Ps. 99: 3, 'ipse fecit nos') and t3- 13- «443 The ascent is from corporal to spiritual to intellectual vision.