What do you make of Augustine's reveling in the fact that he "no longer sought a wife" once he was converted?

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When Augustine arrived in Carthage at the age of 16 to pursue advanced rhetorical studies, he was deeply troubled by lust. He fell into a period in which he was, according to his 'Confessions ' constantly thinking about sex and frequenting prostitutes. Even in his conversions to neoplatonism and...

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