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On the Trinity (Latin: De Trinitate) is a Latin book written by Augustine of Hippo to discuss the Trinity in context of the logos. Although not as well known as some of his other works, it is arguably his masterpiece and of more doctrinal importance than the Confessions or City of God. It is also the title of works written by at least two other luminaries of the early church: Hilary of Poitiers (the Hammer of the Arians) and Richard of St. Victor.

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  • On the Trinity
  • La Trinidad
  • De la Trinité (Augustin)
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  • O Trójcy Świętej
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  • La Trinidad (en latín, De Trinitate) es una obra dógmática escrita en latín de Agustín de Hipona, en la que discute sobre la Trinidad en el contexto del logos. Aunque no es tan conocido como algunas de sus otras obras, es posiblemente su obra maestra y de mayor importancia doctrinal que las Confesiones o La Ciudad de Dios.​
  • De Trinitate (Tentang Tritunggal) adalah sebuah buku Latin yang ditulis oleh Agustinus dari Hippo untuk membahas Tritunggal dalam konteks logos. Meskipun tak seterkenal beberapa karya lainnya, karya tersebut dianggap menjadi adikaryanya dan lebih memiliki pengaruh doktrinal ketimbang Pengakuan Iman atau Kota Allah.
  • Il De Trinitate (Sulla Trinità) è un trattato in quindici libri di Agostino d'Ippona, considerato il suo capolavoro dogmatico. Infatti l'opera a quel tempo chiuse per sempre tutte le speculazioni e le incertezze che riguardavano la Trinità ovvero Dio stesso.
  • O Trójcy Świętej (De Trinitate) – dzieło teologiczne Augustyna z Hippony na temat chrześcijańskiego dogmatu Trójcy Świętej napisane w piętnastu księgach w latach 399-419. Najważniejsza zachodnia polemika z arianizmem. Głównym motywem Augustyna było ukazanie, że nie ma nic nieracjonalnego w pojmowaniu Boga jako bytu jednego i troistego. Głównym argumentem biskupa Hippony było podobieństwo Trójcy Świętej do triady istniejącej w duszy ludzkiej. Zgodnie z analizą antropologiczną tego czym jest dusza: poznanie, pamięć i pragnienie (wola) tworzą w niej jedną ludzką osobowość.
  • On the Trinity (Latin: De Trinitate) is a Latin book written by Augustine of Hippo to discuss the Trinity in context of the logos. Although not as well known as some of his other works, it is arguably his masterpiece and of more doctrinal importance than the Confessions or City of God. It is also the title of works written by at least two other luminaries of the early church: Hilary of Poitiers (the Hammer of the Arians) and Richard of St. Victor.
  • De la Trinité (De trinitate) est une œuvre en quinze livres de saint Augustin d'Hippone. L'auteur a pour objectif de combattre les erreurs de la raison qui corrompent la foi et de montrer la vérité de la trinité des personnes en un seul et vrai Dieu.
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  • La Trinidad (en latín, De Trinitate) es una obra dógmática escrita en latín de Agustín de Hipona, en la que discute sobre la Trinidad en el contexto del logos. Aunque no es tan conocido como algunas de sus otras obras, es posiblemente su obra maestra y de mayor importancia doctrinal que las Confesiones o La Ciudad de Dios.​
  • De la Trinité (De trinitate) est une œuvre en quinze livres de saint Augustin d'Hippone. L'auteur a pour objectif de combattre les erreurs de la raison qui corrompent la foi et de montrer la vérité de la trinité des personnes en un seul et vrai Dieu. C'est sans doute l'ouvrage auquel S. Augustin consacra le plus d'années. D'après une lettre adressée à Aurélius, on peut estimer qu'il y a travaillé de 400 à 416, même si cette tâche fut interrompue à de nombreuses reprises par la lutte contre les hérésies, par des discours, des lettres ou des textes plus longs. Le traité de la Trinité est plutôt un traité dogmatique sur ce mystère qu'un livre de polémique contre les hérétiques et leurs divergences d'avec la doctrine catholique. Il ne s'attache pas tant à réfuter leurs arguments et à établir le dogme de l'Église qu'à produire des raisonnements sur les différentes manières d'expliquer et de faire comprendre ce mystère.
  • De Trinitate (Tentang Tritunggal) adalah sebuah buku Latin yang ditulis oleh Agustinus dari Hippo untuk membahas Tritunggal dalam konteks logos. Meskipun tak seterkenal beberapa karya lainnya, karya tersebut dianggap menjadi adikaryanya dan lebih memiliki pengaruh doktrinal ketimbang Pengakuan Iman atau Kota Allah.
  • Il De Trinitate (Sulla Trinità) è un trattato in quindici libri di Agostino d'Ippona, considerato il suo capolavoro dogmatico. Infatti l'opera a quel tempo chiuse per sempre tutte le speculazioni e le incertezze che riguardavano la Trinità ovvero Dio stesso.
  • On the Trinity (Latin: De Trinitate) is a Latin book written by Augustine of Hippo to discuss the Trinity in context of the logos. Although not as well known as some of his other works, it is arguably his masterpiece and of more doctrinal importance than the Confessions or City of God. It is placed by him in his among the works written (meaning begun) in AD 400. In letters of 410 and 414 and at the end of 415, it is referred to as still unfinished and unpublished. But a letter of 412 states that friends were at that time asking to complete and publish it, and the letter to Aurelius, which was sent with the treatise itself when actually completed, states that a portion of it, while still unrevised and incomplete, was in fact surreptitiously made public. It was still in hand in 416: in Book XIII, a quotation occurs from the 12th Book of the De Civitate Dei; and another quotation in Book XV, from the 90th lecture on Saint John. The Retractations, which refer to it, are usually dated not later than 428. The letter to Bishop Aurelius also states that the work was many years in progress and was begun in Saint Augustine's early manhood. It was finished in his old age. Arthur West Haddan inferred from this evidence that it was written between 400, when he was forty-six years old and had been Bishop of Hippo about four years, and 428 at the latest; but it probably had been published ten or twelve years earlier, in around 417. It is also the title of works written by at least two other luminaries of the early church: Hilary of Poitiers (the Hammer of the Arians) and Richard of St. Victor.
  • O Trójcy Świętej (De Trinitate) – dzieło teologiczne Augustyna z Hippony na temat chrześcijańskiego dogmatu Trójcy Świętej napisane w piętnastu księgach w latach 399-419. Najważniejsza zachodnia polemika z arianizmem. Głównym motywem Augustyna było ukazanie, że nie ma nic nieracjonalnego w pojmowaniu Boga jako bytu jednego i troistego. Głównym argumentem biskupa Hippony było podobieństwo Trójcy Świętej do triady istniejącej w duszy ludzkiej. Zgodnie z analizą antropologiczną tego czym jest dusza: poznanie, pamięć i pragnienie (wola) tworzą w niej jedną ludzką osobowość.
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