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Why Does Agustinus Not Confess That He Fears the Death of the Mind?

If my account of Alfred’s motivations is correct – if Alfred produced the Soliloquies in order to teach other Anglo-Saxons that the mod would enjoy the afterlife along with the sawol – then we would certainly expect him to include in his translation that part of the conversation, near the end of the first day, in which ‘Augustine’ explains that his fear of death is actually a fear that death will end the life of the mind.96 Some explanation is needed, therefore, for the fact that the OE Soliloquies, as it has come down to us, includes nothing that corresponds to the majority of Soliloquia 1.12.20, although it does include a fairly faithful translation of the lines just before and just after the passage in question. Alfred’s deliberate omission of this passage would cast considerable doubt on my interpretation of Alfred’s rationale; however, as Karl Jost first demonstrated and as Carnicelli has corroborated, the OE dialogue originally included a rendering of all of Soliloquia 1.12.20, but this section had been lost by the time our sole manuscript of the Soliloquies was copied. Jost noticed the presence of a brief and nonsensical exchange between Gesceadwisnes and Agustinus,97 which apparently joins together the first part of a question spoken by Ratio early in 1.12.20 with the first two words of 1.12.21.98 We can be confident that this material was lost rather than intentionally omitted by the translator because there are three subsequent references to the missing material, and two of these references are Alfred’s own additions, unparalleled in the Latin.99 Therefore, although it is frustrating that we can no longer read precisely how Alfred handled this crucial passage of the Latin Soliloquia, its absence does not threaten the hypothesis that the afterlife of the mind was the driving concern behind the study of the Latin Soliloquia and the production of the OE Soliloquies.

 

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Author:Lockett, Leslie [Lockett, Leslie]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division

Published: 2017-03-23T16:00:00+00:00
Why Does Agustinus Not Confess That He Fears the Death of the Mind?

If my account of Alfred’s motivations is correct – if Alfred produced the Soliloquies in order to teach other Anglo-Saxons that the mod would enjoy the afterlife along with the sawol – then we would certainly expect him to include in his translation that part of the conversation, near the end of the first day, in which ‘Augustine’ explains that his fear of death is actually a fear that death will end the life of the mind.96 Some explanation is needed, therefore, for the fact that the OE Soliloquies, as it has come down to us, includes nothing that corresponds to the majority of Soliloquia 1.12.20, although it does include a fairly faithful translation of the lines just before and just after the passage in question. Alfred’s deliberate omission of this passage would cast considerable doubt on my interpretation of Alfred’s rationale; however, as Karl Jost first demonstrated and as Carnicelli has corroborated, the OE dialogue originally included a rendering of all of Soliloquia 1.12.20, but this section had been lost by the time our sole manuscript of the Soliloquies was copied. Jost noticed the presence of a brief and nonsensical exchange between Gesceadwisnes and Agustinus,97 which apparently joins together the first part of a question spoken by Ratio early in 1.12.20 with the first two words of 1.12.21.98 We can be confident that this material was lost rather than intentionally omitted by the translator because there are three subsequent references to the missing material, and two of these references are Alfred’s own additions, unparalleled in the Latin.99 Therefore, although it is frustrating that we can no longer read precisely how Alfred handled this crucial passage of the Latin Soliloquia, its absence does not threaten the hypothesis that the afterlife of the mind was the driving concern behind the study of the Latin Soliloquia and the production of the OE Soliloquies.

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