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Bibliogr. p. 249-262.
Introduction -- Augustine and the problem of the Spirit in contemporary trinitarian theology -- The exercise of faith and the trinitarian logic of self-giving in De trinitate 1-7 -- Pneumatology and the psychological analogy in De trinitate 8-15 -- The "whole Christ" and the pneumatology of deification in Augustine -- The development of Barth's dialectical pneumatology of participation in the Church dogmatics -- The vicissitudes of Barth's trinitarianism in CD 4 -- Self-consciousness and Spirit: the Trinity after Hegel -- Incarnational realism and the Augustinian logic of the Trinity.