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The treatise against Hermogenes (edition 1956)

by Tertullian,

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Hermogenes was still living when Carthage's native son took up his pen to oppose him; but that did not make Tertullian's polemic more considerate, or his satire less passionate and biting. Hermogenes taught a form of materialism. Tertullian brilliantly convicts him of contradiction.
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Title:The treatise against Hermogenes
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Info:Westminster, Md., Newman Press, 1956 [i. e. 1957]
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Hermogenes was still living when Carthage's native son took up his pen to oppose him; but that did not make Tertullian's polemic more considerate, or his satire less passionate and biting. Hermogenes taught a form of materialism. Tertullian brilliantly convicts him of contradiction.

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