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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| Antony, a just and holy man, who, not being able to 2 pref, 0| without any teaching from man, attained a full knowledge 3 pref, 0| without any directions from man (and if the fact be so, 4 pref, 0| whatever can be learnt from man; and let him who teaches 5 pref, 0| as it is not lawful for man to utter, or see the Lord 6 pref, 0| heaven, was yet sent to a man to receive the sacraments 7 pref, 0| without the interposition of man; on the contrary, at the 8 pref, 0| of his father-in-law, a man of an alien race, for ruling 9 pref, 0| to be ascribed not to the man who devised it, but to Him 10 pref, 0| Spirit without the help of man? The truth is, he fears 11 pref, 0| learnt himself. Just so, the man who explains to an audience 12 pref, 0| On the other hand, the man who lays down rules for 13 pref, 0| is written in it, so the man who is in possession of 14 1, 7 | according to what each man thinks the pattern of excellence. 15 1, 9 | common contemplation. And the man who does not see it is like 16 1, 9 | not see it is like a blind man in the sun, whom it profits 17 1, 9 | into his very eyeballs. The man, on the other hand, who 18 1, 14 | the wisdom of God healed man~ 19 1, 14 | Wisdom of God in healing man has applied Himself to his 20 1, 14 | one. Seeing, then, that man fell through pride, He restored 21 1, 14 | through a woman: He came as a man to save us who are men, 22 1, 22 | For a great thing truly is man, made after the image and 23 1, 22 | it is a question whether man is to be loved by man for 24 1, 22 | whether man is to be loved by man for his own sake, or for 25 1, 22 | him who places his hope in man. ~ 26 1, 22 | object of enjoyment. For a man is never in so good a state 27 1, 22 | worthy object, no other man has a right to be angry 28 1, 22 | neighbour as himself, a man turns the whole current 29 1, 23 | chap. 23. Man needs no injunction to love 30 1, 23 | relation to God, such as a man or an angel, or are so related 31 1, 23 | these. For, however far a man may fall away from the truth, 32 1, 24 | chap. 24. No man hates his own flesh, not 33 1, 24 | No man, then, hates himself. On 34 1, 24 | sect. But neither does any man hate his own body. For the 35 1, 24 | apostle says truly, "No man ever yet hated his own flesh." 36 1, 24 | apostle when he says, "No man ever yet hated his own flesh." 37 1, 25 | chap. 25. A man may love something more 38 1, 25 | Man, therefore, ought to be 39 1, 25 | safe and sound. And yet a man may have something that 40 1, 26 | of a command that every man should love himself and 41 1, 26 | soul and body together (for man is made up of soul and body), 42 1, 27 | Now he is a man of just and holy life who 43 1, 27 | loved as a sinner; and every man is to be loved as a man 44 1, 27 | man is to be loved as a man for God's sake; but God 45 1, 27 | to be loved more than any man, each man ought to love 46 1, 27 | more than any man, each man ought to love God more than 47 1, 27 | we ought to love another man better than our own body, 48 1, 27 | reference to God, and another man can have fellowship with 49 1, 28 | of lot, according as each man happens for the time being 50 1, 29 | iniquity though they be, if a man is fond of a particular 51 1, 29 | exceedingly displeased by such a man's contempt of his favourite, 52 1, 30 | Apostle Paul. For when the man to whom our Lord delivered 53 1, 30 | He told him of a certain man who, going down from Jerusalem 54 1, 30 | nobody was neighbour to this man except him who took pity 55 1, 30 | and care for him. And the man who had asked the question 56 1, 30 | apostle did not embrace every man in this precept, is compelled 57 1, 30 | thought it no sin, if a man were not a Christian or 58 1, 30 | it is clear that every man is to be considered our 59 1, 30 | are to work no ill to any man. ~ 60 1, 30 | under the figure of the man who brought aid to him who 61 1, 31 | good from us, and no sane man will say that; for all the 62 1, 32 | 32. In what way God uses man~ 63 1, 32 | When we take pity upon a man and care for him, it is 64 1, 33 | chap. 33. In what way man should be enjoyed~ 65 1, 33 | our hope of happiness in man or angel. Now the proud 66 1, 33 | or angel. Now the proud man and the proud angel arrogate 67 1, 33 | on the contrary, the holy man and the holy angel, even 68 1, 33 | the angel admonisheth the man who is about to worship 69 1, 33 | But when you have joy of a man in God, it is God rather 70 1, 33 | God, it is God rather than man that you enjoy. For you 71 1, 35 | need of a command that each man should love himself. The 72 1, 36 | If, on the other hand, a man draws a meaning from them 73 1, 36 | deceived. Since, then, the man who knows practices deceit, 74 1, 36 | deceit, and the ignorant man is practiced upon, it is 75 1, 36 | any particular case the man who is deceived is a better 76 1, 36 | is deceived is a better man than he who deceives, seeing 77 1, 36 | commit injustice. Now every man who lies commits an injustice; 78 1, 36 | an injustice; and if any man thinks that a lie is ever 79 1, 36 | wishes, of course, that the man to whom he lies should place 80 1, 36 | lying to him. Now every man who breaks faith is unjust. 81 1, 36 | in much the same way as a man who by mistake quits the 82 1, 37 | will grow cold. For if a man has fallen from faith, he 83 1, 38 | however high the value any man may set upon it when he 84 1, 39 | And thus a man who is resting upon faith, 85 1, 39 | life of no just and holy man is perfect here. Therefore 86 1, 39 | charity:" because, when a man shall have reached the eternal 87 1, 40 | And, therefore, if a man fully understands that " 88 1, 40 | reference to hope; for, if a man has the burthen of a bad 89 2, 1 | hear the voice of a living man, we think of the feeling 90 2, 1 | of an angry or sorrowful man indicates the feeling in 91 2, 2 | expression or the cry of a man in grief, follow the movement 92 2, 3 | except to the eyes of the man to whom we wish by this 93 2, 4 | which springs from every man trying to snatch the chief 94 2, 6 | is it, I say, that if a man says this, he does not please 95 2, 7 | necessary, then, that each man should first of all find 96 2, 7 | knowledge of a good hope makes a man not boastful, but sorrowful. 97 2, 7 | And at this stage, too, a man so purges the eye of his 98 2, 7 | Accordingly, that holy man will be so single and so 99 2, 9 | and the more of these a man discovers, the more capacious 100 2, 11 | expressing the cry of an angry man, Hosanna that of a joyful 101 2, 11 | Hosanna that of a joyful man. But the knowledge of these 102 2, 11 | days of the faith every man who happened to get his 103 2, 12 | literal sense, so that a man may understand that he is 104 2, 13 | he be not a very learned man, often departs from the 105 2, 13 | is of no consequence to a man who only wishes to know 106 2, 13 | matter of much concern to the man who is beseeching God, in 107 2, 13 | meaning. Yet a more learned man would prefer that this should 108 2, 13 | of this kind, then, if a man do not choose to avoid them 109 2, 13 | true meaning, but still a man of slower intelligence either 110 2, 14 | either with a more learned man of whom we can inquire, 111 2, 15 | work of translation, each man being in a cell by himself, 112 2, 15 | or becoming for any one man, whatever his experience, 113 2, 16 | for example, where the man whose eyes our Lord had 114 2, 16 | and to put off the old man, as the apostle says, that 115 2, 16 | ignorance of music. One man, for example, has not unskilfully 116 2, 18 | made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and four-footed 117 2, 20 | who, when consulted by a man who told him that the mice 118 2, 24 | community in which each man lives, and affect different 119 2, 24 | just in proportion to each man's observations. And this 120 2, 25 | considered more peculiarly man's own and derived from himself 121 2, 29 | themselves. For, as the man who computes the moon's 122 2, 30 | future from the past. For no man who is skilled in any of 123 2, 31 | guard. For example, one man lays before another with 124 2, 31 | is in part true, the one man being cunning and the other 125 2, 31 | first speaker adds: "I am a man;" and when the other has 126 2, 31 | conclusion: "Then you are not a man." Now at this sort of ensnaring 127 2, 31 | consequences the error of the man with whom one is arguing; 128 2, 31 | drawn by a good and learned man, with the object of making 129 2, 32 | devised but only observed by man~ 130 2, 32 | origin with God. For as the man who narrates the order of 131 2, 32 | describe arrangements of man; and as he who points out 132 2, 32 | he himself or any other man has ordained; in the same 133 2, 32 | removed, is not made by man, but only pointed out by 134 2, 33 | following. Let us suppose some man to have admitted: If a snail 135 2, 33 | or the admission of the man with whom one is arguing. 136 2, 33 | example, suppose that a man propounds the statement, " 137 2, 33 | the statement, "If this man is just, he is good," and 138 2, 33 | he is an orator, he is a man." But if we add, "He is 139 2, 33 | not follow, "He is not a man." ~ 140 2, 34 | he is an orator, he is a man;" of an inconsequent, "If 141 2, 34 | inconsequent, "If he is a man, he is an orator;" of an 142 2, 34 | incompatible, "If he is a man, he is a quadruped." In 143 2, 34 | of inference; whereas the man who knows that there is 144 2, 34 | assuredly better than the man who only knows that it follows 145 2, 35 | itself false, nor framed by man's device, but is evolved 146 2, 35 | true. For example, the man who says that seven and 147 2, 37 | rules. It is just as if a man wishing to give rules for 148 2, 37 | in the same way a clever man often sees that an inference 149 2, 37 | the rules for it. A dull man, on the other hand, does 150 2, 38 | but only discovered, by man~ 151 2, 38 | this was not created by man, but was discovered by investigation. 152 2, 38 | short, it is not in any man's power to determine at 153 2, 38 | laws which were not made by man, but which the acuteness 154 2, 38 | The man, however, who puts so high 155 2, 38 | appearances to the mind of man, and finding that it too 156 2, 38 | things have their being; the man, I say, who acts in this 157 2, 39 | matters, if any competent man were willing in a spirit 158 2, 42 | Scripture. For whatever man may have learnt from other 159 2, 42 | contained. And while every man may find there all that 160 3, arg | love of God and the love of man. The author then proceeds 161 3, 1 | The man who fears God seeks diligently 162 3, 2 | Receive us; we have wronged no man." It is doubtful whether 163 3, 3 | whether with that of a man who gives an affirmative 164 3, 3 | interrogation, or with that of a man who asks the whole question 165 3, 7 | make gods of the works of man have sunk lower than they 166 3, 9 | signs refer. Now such a man is spiritual and free even 167 3, 10 | and one's neighbour. Every man, moreover, has hope in his 168 3, 10 | frequently happens that a man will think nothing blameable 169 3, 11 | who will render to every man according to his deeds: 170 3, 11 | anguish, upon every soul of man that does evil, of the Jew 171 3, 11 | lust is overturned in a man over whom it had held sway, 172 3, 12 | life of good works; and the man who wins this, while following 173 3, 12 | is possible that a wise man may use the daintiest food 174 3, 12 | of appetite. And any sane man would prefer eating fish 175 3, 12 | offspring, the custom of one man having several wives was 176 3, 16 | the flesh of the Son of man," says Christ, "and drink 177 3, 16 | of penitence by which a man's pride is cured who bewails 178 3, 16 | prudence with which it is a man's duty to care for his life, 179 3, 16 | written: "Give to the godly man, and help not a sinner." 180 3, 17 | it often happens that a man who has attained, or thinks 181 3, 18 | overthrow it. And the wretched man does not perceive that such 182 3, 18 | it was possible for one man to use many wives with chastity, 183 3, 18 | greater approval on the man who uses the fruitfulness 184 3, 18 | ulterior object, than on the man who enjoys the body of one 185 3, 18 | For in the former case the man aims at a useful object 186 3, 18 | wives, yet just as a wise man uses food and drink only 187 3, 21 | the parable of the poor man who had but one ewe-lamb, 188 3, 21 | being kindled against the man, he commanded that he should 189 3, 21 | restored fourfold to the poor man; thus unwittingly condemning 190 3, 21 | was indicated by the poor man's ewe-lamb; about the killing 191 3, 21 | about the murder of the poor man himself who had the one 192 3, 21 | say that he took the poor man's ewe-lamb to make a feast 193 3, 27 | with the truth. And if a man in searching the Scriptures 194 3, 29 | convey; as when we say to a man who is behaving badly, " 195 3, 29 | of him, for he is a good man." And what illiterate man 196 3, 29 | man." And what illiterate man is there that does not use 197 3, 30 | be elucidated, so that a man travelling through the vast 198 3, 30 | which the author falls as a man, but chiefly on account 199 3, 33 | who "has dealt to every man the measure of faith." Whence 200 3, 36 | Eden; and there He put the man whom He had formed. And 201 3, 36 | place after God had formed man and put him in the garden; 202 3, 36 | garden, and there put the man whom He had formed, the 203 3, 36 | And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden 204 3, 36 | other things were done that man was put in the garden, as 205 3, 36 | itself: it was not after man was put there that the other 206 3, 36 | the day when the Son of man is revealed. In that day, 207 3, 36 | have been revealed every man may receive his reward according 208 4, 1 | elsewhere; and if any good man should happen to have leisure 209 4, 3 | writings, in reading which a man of ability will acquire 210 4, 5 | But we must beware of the man who abounds in eloquent 211 4, 5 | this higher wisdom! Now a man speaks with more or less 212 4, 5 | of these, however, is the man who, when he wishes, can 213 4, 5 | especially necessary for the man who is bound to speak wisely, 214 4, 5 | mode of speech. But if a man desire to speak not only 215 4, 6 | the breast of the wise man, and eloquence, like an 216 4, 7 | given unto us"? Now were any man unlearnedly learned (if 217 4, 7 | again," he says, "Let no man think me a fool: if otherwise, 218 4, 7 | wise. For ye suffer, if a man bring you into bondage, 219 4, 7 | bring you into bondage, if a man devour you, if a man take 220 4, 7 | if a man devour you, if a man take of you, if a man exalt 221 4, 7 | a man take of you, if a man exalt himself, if a man 222 4, 7 | man exalt himself, if a man smite you on the face. I 223 4, 7 | these words. And even a man sound asleep must notice 224 4, 7 | Further still, the educated man observes that those sections 225 4, 7 | more: "I say again, let no man think me a fool." The next 226 4, 7 | members: "for ye suffer, if a man bring you into bondage." 227 4, 7 | sections (caesa): "if a man devour you, if a man take 228 4, 7 | if a man devour you, if a man take of you, if a man exalt 229 4, 7 | a man take of you, if a man exalt himself." Next three 230 4, 7 | clauses (membra): if "a man smite you on the face. I 231 4, 7 | the presbyter Jerome, a man thoroughly acquainted with 232 4, 7 | Nor was it composed by man's art and care, but it flowed 233 4, 10 | another point. For if a man gives pleasure when he throws 234 4, 10 | even from hearing another man repeat them. And if a man 235 4, 10 | man repeat them. And if a man has forgotten anything, 236 4, 12 | truly said that "an eloquent man must speak so as to teach, 237 4, 12 | is not said at all to the man who does not understand 238 4, 12 | because it is possible that a man may be taught and delighted, 239 4, 13 | For what does it profit a man that he both confesses the 240 4, 13 | subdue the will. For if a man be not moved by the force 241 4, 14 | it. Wherefore this holy man shows both that he can speak 242 4, 16 | with all authority. Let no man despise thee. Put them in 243 4, 16 | through the instrumentality of man, are of advantage to the 244 4, 16 | could give the gospel to man even without the help or 245 4, 18 | where a matter relating to man's life or liberty comes 246 4, 18 | that there is not a wise man among you? No, not one that 247 4, 18 | manner of speech of the man who is to be a teacher of 248 4, 19 | language opens up before man, who can task his powers 249 4, 20 | men: Though it be but a man's covenant, yet if it be 250 4, 20 | yet if it be confirmed, no man disannulleth, or addeth 251 4, 20 | if it should occur to a man who is present but says 252 4, 20 | of two members: "Owe no man anything, but to love one 253 4, 20 | that Jerome, a very learned man, describes even the metres 254 4, 20 | elaboration of speech. If a brave man be armed with weapons adorned 255 4, 20 | are arms; and yet the same man does great execution, even 256 4, 21 | failed, yet through one man God would deliver His people 257 4, 21 | accustomed to look to God, not man, as the guide of her conscience; 258 4, 21 | form and completion of some man, and that, when the portrait 259 4, 21 | desires to please another man; and thou art angry if he 260 4, 24 | powerful eloquence of a wise man, not by clamorous applause 261 4, 25 | to persuade, an eloquent man will speak persuasively, 262 4, 27 | chap. 27. The man whose life is in harmony 263 4, 27 | hearer's compliance. The man who speaks wisely and eloquently, 264 4, 27 | itself may be preached by a man of perverse and deceitful 265 4, 27 | obey the voice, not of any man, but of the Lord Himself, 266 4, 27 | listen with submission to a man who does not listen to himself, 267 4, 27 | after telling him, "Let no man despise thy youth," adds 268 4, 28 | is describing the sort of man a bishop ought to be: "that 269 4, 28 | to that of another. The man who does not strive about 270 4, 28 | and not false. For as a man with a comely body but an 271 4, 28 | majestic, forcible. But the man who cannot speak both eloquently 272 4, 29 | written by a more eloquent man than himself~ 273 4, 29 | who obey it; and it is the man who speaks well, but lives 274 4, 29 | it happens that a wicked man who is eloquent may compose 275 4, 29 | to be delivered by a good man who is not eloquent; and 276 4, 30 | But whether a man is going to address the 277 4, 31 | depict, not the sort of man I am myself (for my defects 278 4, 31 | very many), but the sort of man he ought to be who desires


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