About this page. Source. Translated by H. de Romestin, E. de Romestin and H.T.F. Duckworth. From Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Second Series, Vol. DE OFFICIIS MINISTRORUM OF ST. AMBROSE. In his treatise, De Officiis Ministrorum, modelled after the work of. Cicero, St. Ambrose produced the first. THE composition of Ambrose’s De officiis has proved something of a puzzle to ‘ The De Officiis Ministrorum of Saint Ambrose: An Example of the Process of.
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Tullii Ciceronis de Officiis Libri Tres. Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart. Ambrose aspires to demonstrate that Christian values not only match but also exceed the moral standards advocated by Cicero. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. This article has no associated abstract. De Officiis Di M.
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Elena Urbancova – – Filozofia 64 6: Modelled on the De officiis of Cicero, it synthesizes Stoic assumptions on virtue and expediency with biblical patterns of humility, charity, and self—denial to present Ambrose’s vision of conduct appropriate for representatives of the church of Milan in the late s. Jordan – – Journal of Religious Ethics 33 3: Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy.
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Ambrose: De Officiis: Edited with an Introduction, Translation, and Commentary (Two Volume Set)
Classical, Early, and Medieval World History: This edition consists of Ambrose’s Latin text and a new English translation, the first since the nineteenth century. Find it on Scholar. Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart. Ambrose’s Use of Cicero.
His purpose ministorrum not to build bridges between Cicero and Christ, but to replace Cicero’s work with a new Christian account of duties, designed to show the social triumph of the officiia in the world of the Roman Empire. Bibliographic Information Print publication date: Don’t have an account? The Introduction considers in detail such matters as the composition of the work, its intended purpose, and its combination of biblical teaching and Ciceronian Stoicism.
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The Commentary Volume 2 of the set concentrates on the structure of the work, its copious citations of Scripture and Cicero, and its historical and social context. Subscriber Login Email Address. VI Purpose of the Work.