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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| rules I propose to teach to those who are able and willing 2 pref, 0| to meet the objections of those who are likely to take exception 3 pref, 0| briefly to all these. To those who do not understand what 4 pref, 0| on that account. As for those who, even though they know 5 pref, 0| Scripture, they may stand for those who, in the case I have 6 pref, 0| But now as to those who talk vauntingly of Divine 7 pref, 0| aid of such directions as those I now propose to lay down, 8 pref, 0| own lips rather than from those of men. ~ 9 1, 1 | I He will give, then, to those who have; that is to say, 10 1, 1 | very act of breaking it, so those thoughts which the Lord 11 1, 2 | are signs of another kind, those which are never employed 12 1, 2 | understood what I call signs: those things, to wit, which are 13 1, 3 | still which enjoy and use. Those things which are objects 14 1, 3 | enjoyment make us happy. Those things which are objects 15 1, 3 | we set ourselves to enjoy those which we ought to use, are 16 1, 6 | God). For the sound of those two syllables in itself 17 1, 7 | gods is thought of, even by those who believe that there are 18 1, 7 | of pleasures, partly by those which pertain to the bodily 19 1, 7 | bodily senses, partly by those which pertain to the intellect 20 1, 7 | the intellect and soul, those of them who are in bondage 21 1, 7 | the pattern of excellence. Those, on the other hand, who 22 1, 12 | manifest to the outward eye of those whose inward sight is weak 23 1, 14 | in reality the folly of those who despised God, so the 24 1, 14 | foolishness, but is true wisdom in those who overcome the devil. 25 1, 14 | save us who were dead. And those who can follow out the matter 26 1, 22 | all these things, then, those only are the true objects 27 1, 23 | Those things which are objects 28 1, 23 | however, to be loved, but those only which are either united 29 1, 23 | aspires to lord it even over those who are by nature its equals, 30 1, 24 | his own flesh, not even those who abuse it~ 31 1, 24 | by abstinence and toil, those who do this in the right 32 1, 24 | body itself to root out those lusts that are hurtful to 33 1, 24 | hurtful to the body, that is, those habits and affections of 34 1, 24 | Those, on the other hand, who 35 1, 24 | Nevertheless, not even those who, led astray by false 36 1, 24 | kind are sufficient to show those who candidly seek the truth 37 1, 28 | to pay special regard to those who, by the accidents of 38 1, 29 | enjoy God, we love partly those to whom we render services, 39 1, 29 | render services, partly those who render services to us, 40 1, 29 | render services to us, partly those who both help us in our 41 1, 29 | are helped by us, partly those upon whom we confer no advantage 42 1, 29 | gain to Himself, but that those who love Him may obtain 43 1, 30 | irrational to ask whether in those two commandments is included 44 1, 30 | whom our Lord delivered those two commandments, and to 45 1, 34 | to give the possession to those who had completed the journey, 46 1, 34 | to be Himself the way to those who were just setting out, 47 1, 34 | His way," that is, that those who wished to come might 48 1, 34 | calling, yet forgetting those things which were behind, 49 1, 34 | and pressing on towards those things which were before, 50 2, arg | numerous and important, and are those with which the interpreter 51 2, 1 | conventional. Natural signs are those which, apart from any intention 52 2, 2 | on the other hand, are those which living beings mutually 53 2, 2 | known to us through men those, namely, who wrote the Scriptures. 54 2, 3 | able to put into words all those signs, the various classes 55 2, 3 | express words in terms of those signs. ~ 56 2, 4 | impossible, however, to make those signs common to all nations 57 2, 5 | the thought and will of those by whom it was written, 58 2, 6 | as a means of redeeming those who come to it from all 59 2, 6 | pleasure in the finding. For those who seek but do not find 60 2, 6 | find suffer from hunger. Those, again, who do not seek 61 2, 6 | almost nothing is dug out of those obscure passages which may 62 2, 7 | far as God can be seen by those who as far as possible die 63 2, 8 | knowledge as reading gives, those of them, at least, that 64 2, 8 | following standard: to prefer those that are received by all 65 2, 8 | the catholic churches to those which some do not receive. 66 2, 8 | some do not receive. Among those, again, which are not received 67 2, 8 | of the greater number and those of greater authority, to 68 2, 8 | by the smaller number and those of less authority. If, however, 69 2, 9 | In all these books those who fear God and are of 70 2, 9 | ignorant of them. Next, those matters that are plainly 71 2, 11 | Latin tongue, of whom are those I have undertaken to instruct, 72 2, 12 | that through emulation of those who had believed, some of 73 2, 12 | original tongue. And yet to those who read with knowledge, 74 2, 13 | endeavour to get a knowledge of those languages from which the 75 2, 13 | hold of the translations of those who keep rather close to 76 2, 13 | yet they are offensive to those who feel greater delight 77 2, 13 | things when even the signs of those things are kept in their 78 2, 13 | different rule from that which those of our predecessors who 79 2, 13 | different way from that in which those who spoke Latin before us 80 2, 14 | them from men who speak those tongues, or if we have leisure 81 2, 14 | to commit to memory than those kinds of words and phrases 82 2, 14 | regard to learning, that those who have been in a sort 83 2, 14 | them less pure Latin than those which they have learnt from 84 2, 14 | error must be removed. For those who are anxious to know 85 2, 15 | said above, a comparison of those translators also who have 86 2, 15 | and especially by that of those who, though they were seventy 87 2, 15 | to the Greek, especially those that are found in the churches 88 2, 16 | interpreted by the writers of those books, would, if any one 89 2, 17 | voice, as in the case of those who sing with the mouth 90 2, 21 | this kind of superstition those who were called genethliaci, 91 2, 21 | of all the stars to which those who first fell into this 92 2, 21 | view to confer honour on those men. And this is not to 93 2, 21 | discovered and laid down by those who are rebuked by Holy 94 2, 22 | the acts, and the fate of those who are born from such an 95 2, 22 | great madness. And among those at least who have any sort 96 2, 23 | foretold; and in the case of those who practice superstitious 97 2, 23 | practices on the ground that those who profess them speak lies, 98 2, 23 | sacrilegious observances as those by which his ghost was brought 99 2, 24 | notions and prejudices. For those spirits which are bent upon 100 2, 24 | them; in the same way also, those signs by which the ruinous 101 2, 25 | convenience and necessity. For if those signs which the actors make 102 2, 26 | and held in detestation; those, on the other hand, which 103 2, 26 | belong shorthand characters, those who are acquainted with 104 2, 27 | among human institutions those things which men have handed 105 2, 27 | some to the intellect. Those which are reached by the 106 2, 28 | Jesus Christ learnt all those sayings of His, which they 107 2, 28 | able to teach and write those views of his which are so 108 2, 28 | much more probable that those philosophers learnt whatever 109 2, 29 | things is made known to those who are ignorant of it. 110 2, 30 | remaining arts, whether those by which something is made 111 2, 30 | things of that kind; or those which, so to speak, assist 112 2, 30 | agriculture, and navigation: or those whose sole result is an 113 2, 31 | There remain those branches of knowledge which 114 2, 31 | risen, the preaching of those who declared this fact was 115 2, 31 | legitimately from the opinion of those who said that there is no 116 2, 32 | the position taken up by those whose error the apostle 117 2, 36 | blamed, but the perversity of those who put it to a bad use. 118 2, 37 | they are told about them. Those, on the other hand, who 119 2, 37 | say, that they do not give those who have learnt them an 120 2, 38 | after the source from which those things which he perceives 121 2, 38 | their truth, and from which those others which he perceives 122 2, 39 | And if they find any of those which have been instituted 123 2, 39 | carry on intercourse with those around us. I think, however, 124 2, 39 | especially in the case of those which, pertaining as they 125 2, 39 | numbers, so that the theory of those numbers, and those only, 126 2, 39 | theory of those numbers, and those only, which are mentioned 127 2, 40 | Moreover, if those who are called philosophers, 128 2, 40 | it for our own use from those who have unlawful possession 129 2, 40 | superstition (especially in those times when, kicking against 130 2, 41 | He himself addresses to those whom He sees toiling in 131 2, 41 | them remember, then, that those who celebrated the Passover 132 3, 1 | the force and nature of those which are used figuratively; 133 3, 2 | any method we choose of those that suggest themselves. 134 3, 4 | not only these, but also those ambiguities that do not 135 3, 6 | guidance of a schoolmaster. And those who clung obstinately to 136 3, 6 | God, or came from God. But those who did believe, from among 137 3, 6 | obedient, fixed the thoughts of those who observed them on the 138 3, 7 | who is the Maker of all those things, the images of which 139 3, 8 | that comes by Christ took those whom it found under bondage 140 3, 8 | of the saints of Israel. Those, on the other hand, whom 141 3, 9 | to reveal to carnal minds those signs by subjection to which 142 3, 9 | and the prophets, and all those among the people of Israel 143 3, 9 | burden of attending even to those signs which we now understand, 144 3, 11 | But this is addressed to those who, being unwilling to 145 3, 12 | 12. Rule for interpreting those sayings and actions which 146 3, 12 | Those things, again, whether only 147 3, 12 | freely than is the custom of those among whom he lives, is 148 3, 12 | have theirs anointed in those banquets which we abhor. 149 3, 12 | whatever the holy men of those times did without lust, 150 3, 12 | wicked ends the customs of those among whom we live, but 151 3, 13 | accordance with the habits of those with whom we are either 152 3, 14 | chap. 14. Error of those who think that there is 153 3, 17 | that the commands given to those who are still in the lower 154 3, 18 | allowance for the condition of those times, is not a crime or 155 3, 18 | temporal enjoyments. And those men to whom the apostle 156 3, 18 | were less near to God than those who, though they had each 157 3, 18 | enjoying. And assuredly those men of whom I speak knew 158 3, 19 | But those who, giving the rein to 159 3, 20 | temptation was wanting to those great men. For they were 160 3, 21 | moderation and self-restraint those men used their wives appears 161 3, 22 | nevertheless even in the case of those which the reader has taken 162 3, 26 | are to be interpreted by those which are clearer~ 163 3, 29 | of our Scriptures use all those forms of expression which 164 3, 29 | or believe. Nevertheless those who know these tropes recognize 165 3, 29 | use of them all, even of those more curious figures which 166 3, 29 | they say, as for example, those called irony and antiphrasis. 167 3, 34 | as given at a time when those to whom it was to be given 168 3, 35 | place, our author calls those numbers legitimate which 169 3, 37 | body is made up not only of those who are manifestly out of 170 3, 37 | manifestly out of the way, but of those also who, though they really 171 4, 1 | answered by anticipation those who were likely to take 172 4, 2 | falsehood? For example, that those who are trying to persuade 173 4, 3 | proper age. But only by those who can learn them quickly; 174 4, 3 | in the Church, but only those who are not yet engaged 175 4, 3 | of no service. For even those who have learnt them, and 176 4, 3 | learning words and phrases from those who do speak, why should 177 4, 5 | opinion is held even by those who think that the art of 178 4, 5 | these than is sufficient for those who are studious and at 179 4, 6 | question which to me, and to those who think with me, is very 180 4, 6 | however, if I had time, show those men who cry up their own 181 4, 6 | its inflation), that all those powers and beauties of eloquence 182 4, 6 | doing the latter. And in those passages where the learned 183 4, 7 | cold and nakedness. Besides those things which are without, 184 4, 7 | educated man observes that those sections which the Greeks 185 4, 7 | three members: "Besides those things which are without, 186 4, 7 | eloquence, we take it from those epistles which even his 187 4, 7 | affliction of Joseph." Suppose those men who, assuming to be 188 4, 7 | any respect differently those of them, at least, who would 189 4, 7 | brothers in general, is one of those laid down in that art which 190 4, 8 | examples of eloquence from those writings of theirs which 191 4, 8 | duty to imitate them in those passages where, with a view 192 4, 8 | and stimulate the zeal of those who are willing to learn, 193 4, 8 | themselves in such a way that those who in after ages understood 194 4, 9 | understood, give no trouble to those who do not care to read 195 4, 10 | careful to give assistance to those who cannot ask it. Now a 196 4, 10 | only read with delight by those who are making their first 197 4, 10 | but reread with delight by those who have already made acquaintance 198 4, 12 | object for joy; if he pity those whom you present to him 199 4, 12 | of pity, and shrink from those whom you set before him 200 4, 13 | But for the sake at those who are so fastidious that 201 4, 13 | even this is not enough for those stubborn minded men who 202 4, 15 | pray for himself, and for those he is about to address, 203 4, 15 | Spirit, then, speaks thus in those who for Christ's sake are 204 4, 15 | persecutors; why not also in those who deliver Christ's message 205 4, 15 | deliver Christ's message to those who are willing to learn? ~ 206 4, 17 | should not despise any of those three objects, either to 207 4, 18 | For of legal questions those are called small which have 208 4, 18 | pecuniary transactions; those great where a matter relating 209 4, 18 | all things, and especially those addressed to the people 210 4, 19 | and we are speaking to those who ought, but are not willing, 211 4, 20 | style of eloquence; and those parts of it are the most 212 4, 20 | which the apostle spoke, those who are better skilled in 213 4, 20 | not defective in any of those points which he has been 214 4, 20 | of which canoe found in those writings of which they boast 215 4, 20 | works feats of valor with those arms in the heat of battle, 216 4, 21 | accustomed to visit only those haunts of men that pity 217 4, 21 | purpose is not to induce those who have not yet devoted 218 4, 21 | to show of what character those who have taken vows ought 219 4, 21 | features of nature into those of a painting, and from 220 4, 25 | it is most essential for those who aspire to speak with 221 4, 27 | Jesus Christ is preached by those that seek their own, and 222 4, 29 | through whom God denounces those who steal His words every 223 4, 29 | from his neighbour. For those who steal take what does 224 4, 29 | that they say; and even those who could not compose what 225 4, 30 | eternal welfare of men? Those, again, who are to deliver 226 4, 30 | their discourse, to pray for those who are preparing it; and 227 4, 30 | deliver it well, and that those to whom they address it


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