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1. Mayéutica: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Angel Jubera A propósito de un cur so de X. Ƶubiri
2. Mayéutica: Volume > 20 > Issue: 49
Ernesto Rehuel A. Estonilo Conjugal love: its nature, characteristics and finality in the light of contemporary Church's magisterium
3. Mayéutica: Volume > 20 > Issue: 49
Juan A. Sáenz López Unamuno: pasión de no morir nunca
4. Mayéutica: Volume > 24 > Issue: 58
Gerard Wilson Towards a spirituality of the vows: The Vows in Contemporary Experience and Reflection
5. Mayéutica: Volume > 27 > Issue: 63-64
Miguel Santa Olalla Tovar La reflexión kantiana sobre la finalidad de la naturaleza
6. Mayéutica: Volume > 28 > Issue: 66
Eliseo González Blessing and Sanctifying Our Love: A Pastoral Plan for Cohabiting Couples
7. Mayéutica: Volume > 33 > Issue: 76
Enrique A. Eguiarte Damasus and Eutychius. The texts of Virgil in the elogium of Eutychius
8. Mayéutica: Volume > 34 > Issue: 78
Enrique A. Eguiarte B. Augustine’s enarratio on psalm 22: Platonic echoes in a baptismal context
9. Mayéutica: Volume > 35 > Issue: 79
Enrique A. Eguiarte B. Fragments of The Book of Jeremiah. Jr 38, 5B – 11A in an Old Manuscript of a Sefarad Synagogue
10. Mayéutica: Volume > 35 > Issue: 79
Emmanuel Lewis Methodius: Discourse on the Resurrection
11. Mayéutica: Volume > 37 > Issue: 84
Rubén Peretó Rivas Presence of the Jewish people in medieval liturgy for Holy Week
12. Mayéutica: Volume > 5 > Issue: 14
Pablo Panedas AI calor de una novela
13. Mayéutica: Volume > 29 > Issue: 67
Diana Ospina La Guerra Cristera en Recuerdos de Porvenir de Elena Garro
14. Mayéutica: Volume > 36 > Issue: 82
Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez Presentación. La última confesión del autor de las Confesiones: retr. 2, 6, 1
15. Mayéutica: Volume > 40 > Issue: 90
Allan D. Fitzgerald Christ's Humility and Christian Humility in the De Crvitate Dei
16. Mayéutica: Volume > 45 > Issue: 99
Enrique A. Eguiarte, Mauricio Saavedra The Psalms in Early Christian North Africa (200-430 AD)
17. Mayéutica: Volume > 46 > Issue: 101
Kolawole Chabi Kolawole Chabi
Augustine on Temptation to suicide: A Reading of his Letter 244 to Chrisimus
Augustine on Temptation to suicide

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The article discusses Augustine’s teaching on suicide, especially in the way he exposed it when a Christian facing despair is tempted to take his own life. In the first part, the article examines some basic aspects of Augustine’s teaching on suicide in some of his works outside the letter 244. In a second part, the article presents an analytic reading Augustine’s Letter 244 to Chrisimus. The article also discusses some important remarks to show the relevance of Augustine’s recommendations nowadays.
18. Mayéutica: Volume > 46 > Issue: 101
Radni Caparas Radni Caparas
The Christological hermeneutics of Augustine in Benedict XVI’s Mind
The Christological hermeneutics of Augustine in Benedict XVI’s Mind

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This article attempts to explore the Christological hermeneutics of Augustine in Benedict XVI’s method of reading Christ. The study is divided into three parts. The first part explores the Christological issues and methods since Vatican II. The proliferation of the Christological hermeneutics ignited the Church (Dei Verbum and Pontifical Biblical Commission) to set some guidelines and controls in order to pave the way to a better quest for the real Jesus. Within this context, Benedict XVI proposed a Christological hermeneutics which present a convincing figure of the real Jesus of Nazareth. The second part of the article deals with the commonalities and distinction of the hermeneutics of Augustine and of Benedict XVI. It highlights the similarities of the theological context of both theologians. Likewise, it presents the continuity of the thought of Augustine and Benedict XVI. The last part explains the Christological Hermeneutics of Augustine in the mind of Benedict XVI. It investigates and defines the Augustinian method of knowing Christ within the framework of Benedict XVI’s personal quest for Christ.
19. Mayéutica: Volume > 46 > Issue: 101
William Clemence William Clemence
The Pasio Vincentii in Augustine’s Sermones de Sanctis
The Pasio Vincentii in Augustine’s Sermones de Sanctis

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The article makes a brief exposition of the context of the first persecutions against the Christians, particularly highlighting the persecution of Diocletian, to later analyze the effects of the Constantinian peace. The importance that within the context of the Constantinian peace acquired the cult of martyrs, like the first Christian heroes, is exposed. Later the importance of the literature about martyrs of the first centuries is revealed. In a second part of the article, the sermons that Saint Augustine dedicated to Saint Vincent are studied, namely, sermons 4; 274-277 / A; 359 / B. A detailed study is made of each one of them, both at the rhetorical level and mainly in terms of content, to highlight the ideas and Augustine’s theology. The role that the sermons of Saint Augustine played in the transmission of the Passio Vincentii is particularly stressed.
20. Mayéutica: Volume > 47 > Issue: 103
Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez Enrique A. Eguiarte Bendímez
Ecology in Books XI, XII and XIII of Augustine’s Confessiones
Ecology in Books XI, XII and XIII of Augustine’s Confessiones

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The last Books of Augustine’s Confessions (XI-XIII) have been studied from different points of view, particularly from a philosophical or exegetical perspective, but not, taken as a whole and with detail, from an ecological point of view. For that reason, the article deals with the ideas about Creation in the three last Books of Confessions, as a point of departure to talk about ecology. Then the article presents the ideas about Ecology that Saint Augustine develops within the three last Books of his Confessions, underlining the spiritual and ecological consequences of the insights of the Bishop of Hippo. The article also discusses the relationship of the Document Laudato Si’ with the ideas that St. Augustine develops in the last book of his Confessions (Books XI-XIII).