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Vita mirabile-Dialogo-Trattato sul Purgatorio
Author: Caterina da Genova (santa)
Publisher: Città Nuova
ISBN: 8831140620
Pages: 264
Year: 2004
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Dialogo spirituale tra anima e corpo
Author: Palmina Trovato
Pages: 147
Year: 1999
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Il trattato del Purgatorio
Author: Santa Caterina da Genova
Publisher: Danka via PublishDrive
Pages: 51
Year: 2018-06-05
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“Il purgatorio: la pena è infernale, ma l’anima peccatrice la riceve come dono di misericordia, perché le pene non hanno pe­so di fronte alla gravità di quella macchia che im­pedisce l’amore.” Trattato del Purgatorio.
Trattato del Purgatorio del R.P.M. Tomaso Vandini da Bologna Min. Conuent
Pages: 198
Year: 1615
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Trattato del purgatorio e altri scritti
Author: Tiziana Giuggia
Pages: 127
Year: 1996
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The Practice of the Love of Jesus Christ
Author: Saint Alphonsus de Liguori, Aeterna Press
Publisher: Aeterna Press
Year: 2016-06-27
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THE whole sanctity and perfection of a soul consists in loving Jesus Christ, our God, our sovereign good, and our Redeemer. Whoever loves me, says Jesus Christ himself, shall be loved by my Eternal Father: My Father loves you because you have loved Me. Some, says St. Francis de Sales, make perfection consist in an austere life; others in prayer; others in frequenting the Sacraments; others in alms-deeds. But they deceive themselves: perfection consists in loving God with our whole heart. The Apostle wrote: Above all things, . . . have love, which is the bond of perfection. It is love which keeps united and preserves all the virtues that render a man perfect. Hence St. Augustine said: “Love God, and do whatever you please;” because a soul that loves God is taught by that same love never to do anything that will displease him, and to leave nothing undone that may please him.
Treatise on Purgatory
Author: Saint Catherine (of Genoa)
Pages: 67
Year: 1858
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I senesi d'una volta
Author: Gaspero Olmi
Pages: 719
Year: 1889
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Becoming a New Self
Author: Moshe Sluhovsky
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022647299X
Pages: 232
Year: 2017
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In Becoming a New Self, Moshe Sluhovsky examines the diffusion of spiritual practices among lay Catholics in early modern Europe. By offering a close examination of early modern Catholic penitential and meditative techniques, Sluhovsky makes the case that these practices promoted the idea of achieving a new self through the knowing of oneself. Practices such as the examination of conscience, general confession, and spiritual exercises, which until the 1400s had been restricted to monastic elites, breached the walls of monasteries in the period that followed. Thanks in large part to Franciscans and Jesuits, lay urban elites—both men and women—gained access to spiritual practices whose goal was to enhance belief and create new selves. Using Michel Foucault’s writing on the hermeneutics of the self, and the French philosopher’s intuition that the early modern period was a moment of transition in the configurations of the self, Sluhovsky offers a broad panorama of spiritual and devotional techniques of self-formation and subjectivation.
Author: Erich Auerbach, Edward W. Said
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400847958
Pages: 616
Year: 2013-10-06
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More than half a century after its translation into English, Erich Auerbach's Mimesis remains a masterpiece of literary criticism. A brilliant display of erudition, wit, and wisdom, his exploration of how great European writers from Homer to Virginia Woolf depicted reality has taught generations how to read Western literature. This new expanded edition includes a substantial essay in introduction by Edward Said as well as an essay, never before translated into English, in which Auerbach responds to his critics. A German Jew, Auerbach was forced out of his professorship at the University of Marburg in 1935. He left for Turkey, where he taught at the state university in Istanbul. There he wrote Mimesis, publishing it in German after the end of the war. Displaced as he was, Auerbach produced a work of great erudition that contains no footnotes, basing his arguments instead on searching, illuminating readings of key passages from his primary texts. His aim was to show how from antiquity to the twentieth century literature progressed toward ever more naturalistic and democratic forms of representation. This essentially optimistic view of European history now appears as a defensive--and impassioned--response to the inhumanity he saw in the Third Reich. Ranging over works in Greek, Latin, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and English, Auerbach used his remarkable skills in philology and comparative literature to refute any narrow form of nationalism or chauvinism, in his own day and ours. For many readers, both inside and outside the academy, Mimesis is among the finest works of literary criticism ever written. This Princeton Classics edition includes a substantial introduction by Edward Said as well as an essay in which Auerbach responds to his critics.
Stato dell'anime del purgatorio
Author: Martín de Roa
Year: 1629
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Trattato della Speranza, e del Timore...
Author: André Avellin
Pages: 271
Year: 1670
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