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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| their children any of these things, because on the outpouring 2 1, arg | meaning we must attend both to things and to signs, as it is necessary 3 1, arg | is necessary to know what things we ought to teach to the 4 1, arg | also the signs of these things, that is, where the knowledge 5 1, arg | where the knowledge of these things is to be sought. In this 6 1, arg | first book he treats of things, which he divides into three 7 1, arg | divides into three classes, things to be enjoyed, things to 8 1, arg | classes, things to be enjoyed, things to be used, and things which 9 1, arg | things to be used, and things which use and enjoy. The 10 1, 1 | There are two things on which all interpretation 11 1, 2 | instruction is either about things or about signs; but things 12 1, 2 | things or about signs; but things are learnt by means of signs. 13 1, 2 | stone, cattle, and other things of that kind. Not, however, 14 1, 2 | for these, though they are things, are also signs of other 15 1, 2 | are also signs of other things. There are signs of another 16 1, 2 | what I call signs: those things, to wit, which are used 17 1, 2 | this distinction between things and signs, I shall, when 18 1, 2 | I shall, when I speak of things, speak in such a way that 19 1, 2 | to which I am to discuss things first and signs afterwards. 20 1, 2 | have now to consider about things is what they are in themselves, 21 1, 2 | themselves, not what other things they are signs of. ~ 22 1, 3 | Chap. 3. Some things are for use, some for enjoyment~ 23 1, 3 | There are some things, then, which are to be enjoyed, 24 1, 3 | which enjoy and use. Those things which are objects of enjoyment 25 1, 3 | enjoyment make us happy. Those things which are objects of use 26 1, 3 | so that we can attain the things that make us happy and rest 27 1, 3 | who enjoy and use these things, being placed among both 28 1, 4 | hearts, and turning these things which we ought to use into 29 1, 4 | enjoyed, that so the invisible things of God may be clearly seen, 30 1, 4 | being understood by the things that are made, that is, 31 1, 5 | one God, of whom are all things, through whom are all things, 32 1, 5 | things, through whom are all things, in whom are all things. 33 1, 5 | things, in whom are all things. Thus the Father and the 34 1, 10 | unchangeably, and truth for the things which He has made, the soul 35 1, 15 | was who suffered so great things for them while they were 36 1, 22 | Among all these things, then, those only are the 37 1, 22 | who enjoy and use other things are things ourselves. For 38 1, 22 | and use other things are things ourselves. For a great thing 39 1, 23 | Those things which are objects of use 40 1, 23 | there are four kinds of things that are to be loved, first, 41 1, 23 | Light, the Ruler of all things, does so that it may rule 42 1, 23 | soul to desire above all things, and to claim as due to 43 1, 26 | that none of the classes of things that are to be loved is 44 1, 26 | it is evident all other things are to find their centre 45 1, 27 | unprejudiced estimate of things, and keeps his affections 46 1, 27 | our own body, because all things are to be loved in reference 47 1, 31 | happy, and that all other things are for use, there seems 48 1, 31 | need of the glitter of the things it has itself lit up. The 49 1, 32 | you;" So that all other things that exist, both owe their 50 1, 34 | and the Word, by whom all things were made, had been made 51 1, 34 | calling, yet forgetting those things which were behind, and pressing 52 1, 34 | pressing on towards those things which were before, had already 53 1, 34 | weakly clinging to temporal things, even though these have 54 1, 34 | the bondage of temporal things, and has set it down at 55 1, 35 | upon the discussion about things, this is the sum: that we 56 1, 35 | or carriages, or other things that are merely means. Perhaps 57 1, 35 | that we are to love the things by which we are borne only 58 1, 37 | And so these are the three things to which all knowledge and 59 1, 38 | great difference between things temporal and things eternal, 60 1, 38 | between things temporal and things eternal, that a temporal 61 2, arg | completed his exposition of things, the author now proceeds 62 2, arg | expressions, knowledge of things is as necessary as knowledge 63 2, 1 | when I was writing about things, I introduced the subject 64 2, 7 | when I was treating about things. It is necessary, then, 65 2, 7 | world i.e., of temporal things has been drawn far away 66 2, 7 | fatal joy in transitory things, and turning away from these, 67 2, 7 | fixes his affection on things eternal, to wit, the unchangeable 68 2, 9 | understanding become. For among the things that are plainly laid down 69 2, 10 | are figurative when the things themselves which we indicate 70 2, 12 | the cradles of temporal things (for now we walk by faith, 71 2, 12 | difference between the two things. For we must learn not to 72 2, 13 | feel greater delight in things when even the signs of those 73 2, 13 | even the signs of those things are kept in their own purity. 74 2, 13 | not in the knowledge of things which tend to edification, 75 2, 13 | seeing that the knowledge of things even would often set up 76 2, 16 | knowledge both of language and things is helpful for the understanding 77 2, 16 | partly by the knowledge of things. The pool of Siloam, for 78 2, 16 | Ignorance of things, too, renders figurative 79 2, 16 | prevents us from understanding things that are set down in Scripture 80 2, 16 | indicating the knowledge of all things, and that knowledge interwoven 81 2, 16 | Not a few things, too, are closed against 82 2, 18 | lay hold upon spiritual things. For we ought not to refuse 83 2, 18 | worship in the form of stones things that ought to have their 84 2, 18 | four-footed beasts, and creeping things." ~ 85 2, 19 | One is the knowledge of things instituted by men, the other 86 2, 19 | instituted by men, the other of things which they have noted, either 87 2, 22 | origin in certain signs of things being arbitrarily fixed 88 2, 23 | men who lust after evil things are, by a secret judgment 89 2, 23 | admirable arrangement of things. And the result of these 90 2, 23 | modes of divination, many things in the past and future are 91 2, 23 | superstitious observances, many things turn out agreeably to their 92 2, 23 | apostle; "but because the things which they sacrifice they 93 2, 23 | strivings after temporal things. Accordingly, in regard 94 2, 23 | own fancy, so also from things that are born, or in any 95 2, 25 | superstitious, there are some things superfluous and some convenient 96 2, 25 | as possible be like the things they signify. But because 97 2, 25 | intended as representations of things, nobody makes a mistake, 98 2, 25 | likenesses recognizes the things they are likenesses of. 99 2, 25 | state and people,and other things of the same kind. Now these, 100 2, 27 | human institutions those things which men have handed down 101 2, 28 | Son of God, by whom all things were made, condescended 102 2, 28 | human institutions; because things that are past and gone and 103 2, 29 | but an existing state of things is made known to those who 104 2, 29 | of the present state of things, something like a narrative 105 2, 30 | bench, a dish, and other things of that kind; or those which, 106 2, 32 | eternally in the reason of things, and has its origin with 107 2, 35 | evolved from the reason of things. For although poets have 108 2, 35 | is true, even though the things to be defined or divided 109 2, 35 | declaration of a state of things which is not as we declare 110 2, 35 | falsehood, one in regard to things that cannot be true at all, 111 2, 35 | the other in regard to things that are not, though it 112 2, 36 | rather found out that these things are so, than arranged that 113 2, 37 | when they have learnt these things they have learnt the true 114 2, 38 | so high a value on these things as to be inclined to boast 115 2, 38 | source from which those things which he perceives to be 116 2, 38 | above it and the changeable things beneath it, does not strive 117 2, 38 | does not strive to make all things redound to the praise and 118 2, 38 | from whom he knows that all things have their being; the man, 119 2, 39 | metals, and other species of things that are mentioned in Scripture, 120 2, 39 | that some or all of these things have been done already ( 121 2, 39 | as I have found that many things I had no notion of have 122 2, 40 | ignorance, providing them with things which they themselves, were 123 2, 40 | Egypt, not knowing how the things they gave would be turned 124 2, 41 | the Father, by whom all things, were made, "that we may 125 2, 42 | in much greater abundance things that are to be found nowhere 126 3, 2 | in the first book about things. But if both readings, or 127 3, 2 | having a desire for two things], or "compellor autem ex 128 3, 3 | that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom 129 3, 5 | the soul to take signs for things, and to be unable to lift 130 3, 6 | were in bondage to temporal things, it was in such a way that 131 3, 6 | been very near to spiritual things (for even in the temporal 132 3, 6 | been so near to spiritual things. ~ 133 3, 7 | is the Maker of all those things, the images of which are 134 3, 7 | intended to represent useless things for the things themselves! 135 3, 7 | represent useless things for the things themselves! For even if 136 3, 7 | you go back to the very things signified by such signs, 137 3, 9 | and to take signs for the things that are signified by them, 138 3, 10 | catholic faith, in regard to things past, future, and present. 139 3, 10 | neighbour, and other corporeal things, without reference to God. 140 3, 12 | Those things, again, whether only sayings 141 3, 12 | is not the nature of the things we use, but our reason for 142 3, 12 | blame, although they did things which could not be done 143 3, 12 | heed in regard to other things also, that lust do not mix 144 3, 16 | desires are fixed on temporal things so that he gives no heed 145 3, 20 | apostles used all these things, as occasion served, and 146 3, 20 | refuse to believe these things. ~ 147 3, 22 | habits of life. For many things which were done as duties 148 3, 23 | out in them a figure of things to come, let him yet put 149 3, 24 | application of the laws of things which we discussed in the 150 3, 25 | there are many ways in which things show a likeness to each 151 3, 25 | variation has two forms. For things that signify now one thing 152 3, 25 | another, signify either things that are contrary, or things 153 3, 25 | things that are contrary, or things that are only different. 154 3, 25 | living water;" and many other things besides water must be interpreted 155 3, 25 | sometimes even several different things, according to the connection 156 3, 30 | this very book: "Of all the things that occur to me, I consider 157 3, 30 | be laid open," but, "Many things that are shut shall be laid 158 3, 32 | before them, and crooked things straight: these things will 159 3, 32 | crooked things straight: these things will I do unto them, and 160 3, 34 | as Tyre or Babylon, are things said in Scripture whose 161 3, 34 | but only a part of it, things are said which pass over 162 3, 34 | occurs in the case of men: things are said of Solomon, for 163 3, 34 | always overstepped, for things are often said of such a 164 3, 36 | was after all these other things were done that man was put 165 3, 36 | put there that the other things were done, as the previous 166 3, 36 | reward according to the things he has given heed to or 167 3, 37 | discussed above, and in which things are to be understood just 168 3, 37 | especially and before all things necessary, to pray that 169 4, 1 | I said, "There are two things on which all interpretation 170 4, 1 | I shall only say a few things about the mode of making 171 4, 3 | scarcely any who can do both things that is, speak well, and, 172 4, 5 | sweeter we try to make such things, the easier it is to make 173 4, 7 | nakedness. Besides those things which are without, that 174 4, 7 | glory, I will glory of the things which concern my infirmities." 175 4, 7 | members: "Besides those things which are without, that 176 4, 7 | glory, I will glory of the things which concern mine infirmities." 177 4, 7 | had done enough? All these things when taught by masters are 178 4, 7 | prophets also, where many things are concealed under a metaphorical 179 4, 7 | same time also that these things are spoken of, the style 180 4, 10 | he dwells at length upon things that are already well known, 181 4, 10 | passage removed. For even things that are very well known 182 4, 10 | attention be directed not to the things themselves, but to the way 183 4, 10 | speaker or a reader. For things that are gracefully written 184 4, 12 | not go over all the other things that can be done by powerful 185 4, 15 | and love there are many things that may be said, and many 186 4, 16 | Your Father knoweth what things ye have need of before ye 187 4, 16 | Timothy do we not read: "These things command and teach?" What 188 4, 16 | command and teach?" What these things are, has been told previously. 189 4, 16 | says: "But speak thou the things which become sound doctrine: 190 4, 16 | And there, too: "These things speak, and exhort, and rebuke 191 4, 16 | no one learns aright the things that pertain to life with 192 4, 16 | But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned 193 4, 17 | eloquent, who can say little things in a subdued style, moderate 194 4, 17 | subdued style, moderate things in a temperate style, and 195 4, 17 | temperate style, and great things in a majestic style:" as 196 4, 17 | eloquent, who can say little things in a subdued style, in order 197 4, 17 | give instruction, moderate things in a temperate style, in 198 4, 17 | give pleasure, and great things in a majestic style, in 199 4, 18 | or moderate. For moderate things get their name from modus ( 200 4, 18 | ours, however, where all things, and especially those addressed 201 4, 18 | judge angels? How much more things that pertain to this life? 202 4, 18 | then, ye have judgments of things pertaining to this life, 203 4, 20 | woman was by promise. Which things are an allegory: for these 204 4, 20 | if paying what was due, things that belong to each other 205 4, 20 | members: "Mind not high things, but condescend to men of 206 4, 20 | be not blamed: but in all things approving ourselves as the 207 4, 20 | and yet possessing all things." See him still burning: " 208 4, 20 | know," he says, "that all things work together for good to 209 4, 20 | shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can 210 4, 20 | also freely give us all things? Who shall lay any thing 211 4, 20 | slaughter.) Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors, 212 4, 20 | principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, 213 4, 20 | nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor 214 4, 21 | And every one of these things ought ye, holy virgins, 215 4, 27 | seek their own, and not the things that are Jesus Christ's. 216 4, 28 | reputation as well, providing things honest in the sight of God 217 4, 29 | to another. For the good things he says seem to be the result 218 4, 29 | themselves who say the good things they say. For how can they 219 4, 29 | sense, then, they do say the things, and in another sense they 220 4, 29 | being evil, speak good things?" And from this it would


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