Boethius and Lady Philosophy

Boethius and Lady Philosophy

Boethius and Lady Philosophy discuss the reason for his misfortunes in detail in Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy. He writes the dialogue in prison while awaiting execution. How do his views on god’s relationship to humans’ misfortune relate to Augustine’s views on god’s relationship to human sin? In other words, how do both authors make the case that all God does is ultimately good?


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