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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| and understanding, as he does, without the aid of any 2 pref, 0| any human interpreter, why does he himself undertake to 3 pref, 0| interpret for others? Why does he not rather send them 4 pref, 0| he who teaches reading, does it that others may be able 5 1, 8 | it is by life it lives or does not live, and prefer what 6 1, 9 | contemplation. And the man who does not see it is like a blind 7 1, 13 | speech; and yet our thought does not lose itself in the sound, 8 1, 14 | to an oblong wound, and does not fit the same bandage 9 1, 18 | of the Church. For he who does not believe that his sins 10 1, 20 | Now he whose soul does not die to this world and 11 1, 22 | himself for his own sake, he does not look at himself in relation 12 1, 22 | unchangeable. And thus he does not enjoy himself at his 13 1, 23 | the Ruler of all things, does so that it may rule over 14 1, 24 | by any sect. But neither does any man hate his own body. 15 1, 25 | more than his body, but does not therefore hate his body~ 16 1, 25 | to himself. For that he does love himself, and does desire 17 1, 25 | he does love himself, and does desire to do good to himself, 18 1, 29 | comparatively indifferent, he does all he can to excite his 19 1, 29 | Now, if this be so, what does it become us to do who live 20 1, 30 | neighbour. And, again, who does not see that no exception 21 1, 31 | towards us. In what way then does He love us? As objects of 22 1, 31 | neediest not my goodness." He does not enjoy us then, but makes 23 1, 32 | But neither does He use after our fashion 24 1, 32 | natural consequence, for God does not leave the mercy we show 25 1, 36 | interpretation upon them as does not tend to build up this 26 1, 36 | of God and our neighbour, does not yet understand them 27 1, 36 | of love, even though he does not happen upon the precise 28 1, 37 | for he cannot love what he does not believe to exist. But 29 1, 38 | we attain it, because it does not satisfy the soul, which 30 1, 39 | a firm hold upon these, does not need the Scriptures 31 2, 2 | is another question, and does not pertain to the matter 32 2, 6 | that if a man says this, he does not please his hearer so 33 2, 6 | none is barren among them?" Does the hearer learn anything 34 2, 9 | discovers, the more capacious does his understanding become. 35 2, 12 | not attain to sight, which does not pass away, but abides, 36 2, 13 | yoke of our Master. For how does it prevent our understanding 37 2, 13 | fliriet, but florebit. Nor does anything stand in the way 38 2, 13 | plural of the ablative, does not appear, unless by reference 39 2, 18 | understanding of Holy Scripture; nor does it follow that we must busy 40 2, 20 | were a divider of friends, does less harm than to cuff an 41 2, 22 | although I may grant that it does produce the greatest effects, 42 2, 22 | the fates. If, then, he does not discover the difference 43 2, 22 | Jacob or his brother, what does it profit him that there 44 2, 23 | fornication of the soul; and it does not warn the soul against 45 2, 23 | truth to King Saul, that does not make such sacrilegious 46 2, 29 | why a thing is of virtue does not appear, the intention 47 2, 32 | narrates the order of events does not himself create that 48 2, 32 | or roots, or minerals, does not describe arrangements 49 2, 32 | stars and their movements does not point out anything that 50 2, 32 | what is most true; but he does not himself make it so, 51 2, 33 | orator," the consequence does not follow, "He is not a 52 2, 35 | anything to be included that does not pertain to the matter 53 2, 35 | anything to be omitted that does. This is true, even though 54 2, 37 | man, on the other hand, does not see the unsoundness, 55 2, 37 | unsoundness, but much less does he grasp the rules. And 56 2, 38 | of the learned, and who does not rather inquire after 57 2, 38 | changeable things beneath it, does not strive to make all things 58 2, 41 | in heart, whom knowledge does not puff up, but charity 59 3, arg | interpretation can be true which does not promote the love of 60 3, 2 | ambiguity of punctuation does not go against the faith 61 3, 3 | pronounced long; for he does not say, sicut praedicavi, 62 3, 5 | if they were proper, and does not carry out what is indicated 63 3, 5 | he hears of a sacrifice, does not carry his thoughts beyond 64 3, 7 | creature. What difference does it make to me, for instance, 65 3, 9 | significance he understands, does not honour the sign which 66 3, 9 | error. He, however, who does not understand what a sign 67 3, 10 | what lust, when unsubdued, does towards corrupting one's 68 3, 10 | called vice; but what it does to injure another is called 69 3, 10 | the same way, what charity does with a view to one's own 70 3, 10 | is prudence; but what it does with a view to a neighbor' 71 3, 10 | advantage on another which he does not himself possess. Now 72 3, 11 | upon every soul of man that does evil, of the Jew first, 73 3, 12 | further meaning in what he does, or is sinful. In all such 74 3, 12 | drunken and licentious, it does not follow that it is a 75 3, 12 | commoner kinds of food, but it does not follow that they are 76 3, 12 | husbands, because a woman does not in that way become more 77 3, 18 | it. And the wretched man does not perceive that such matters 78 3, 25 | chap. 25. The same word does not always signify the same 79 3, 29 | the vulgar idiom. For who does not say, "So may you flourish? " 80 3, 29 | speech called metaphor. Who does not speak of a fish-pond 81 3, 29 | illiterate man is there that does not use such expressions, 82 3, 30 | the law," and not what he does say, "the secret recesses 83 3, 37 | sendeth to all nations," does not altogether fitly apply 84 4, 3 | written, even though he does not aim at this, but is 85 4, 3 | what we have got to say does not escape us whilst we 86 4, 5 | And, therefore, Scripture does not say that the multitude 87 4, 7 | follows him, and yet he does not spurn it when it comes 88 4, 7 | two members each. For he does not say: "Ye who are set 89 4, 7 | music of the voluptuary, he does not say, "Ye who chant to 90 4, 7 | useless to tell any one who does not himself feel it. ~ 91 4, 8 | he will be very dull who does not understand them, or 92 4, 10 | taking away ornament, it does not bring in vulgarity of 93 4, 10 | in purity of speech which does not lead to understanding 94 4, 10 | a question about what he does not understand; and on this 95 4, 11 | grace of style, the benefit does not extend beyond the few 96 4, 12 | said at all to the man who does not understand it. If, however, 97 4, 13 | profit from it. For what does it profit a man that he 98 4, 13 | praises the eloquence, if he does not yield his consent, when 99 4, 14 | done so once, and that he does not choose, for he never 100 4, 15 | never to say anything else), does all he can to be heard with 101 4, 16 | in the Epistle to Titus, does he not say that a bishop 102 4, 16 | What then are we to think? Does the apostle in any way contradict 103 4, 16 | teach even the teachers does not cease when the Holy 104 4, 17 | compliance. And when he does this with elegance and propriety, 105 4, 19 | though there is no one who does not praise Him in some measure! 106 4, 20 | the same order of words does not run very harmoniously 107 4, 20 | ornaments that the other does; but if they do not happen 108 4, 20 | happen to be at hand, it does not seek for them. For it 109 4, 20 | arms; and yet the same man does great execution, even when 110 4, 21 | in the same proportion does the mother's joy increase." 111 4, 21 | the desire for refreshment does arise, it is satisfied with 112 4, 26 | the subdued style, what does he wish but to be believed? 113 4, 26 | its own naked simplicity, does not hinder it from crushing 114 4, 26 | But who can be moved if he does not understand what is said? 115 4, 27 | submission to a man who does not listen to himself, and 116 4, 28 | of the hearers." Now this does not mean that, when adversaries 117 4, 28 | of another. The man who does not strive about words, 118 4, 29 | those who steal take what does not belong to them, but 119 4, 29 | draws from himself what does not belong to him, and the 120 4, 31 | read it in parts. He who does not care to be acquainted


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