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St. Augustine
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1 1, 1| those who have; that is to say, if they use freely and 2 1, 6| is not what I desired to say. How do I know this, except 3 1, 6| unspeakable," because to say even this is to speak of 4 1, 18| loosed in heaven; that is to say, that whosoever in the Church 5 1, 24| flesh." And when some people say that they would rather be 6 1, 30| nobody but a fool would say this, it is clear that every 7 1, 31| on this ground, when we say that we enjoy only that 8 1, 31| us, and no sane man will say that; for all the good we 9 1, 32| unchangeable, and who could say in the fullest sense of 10 1, 32| THAT I AM," and "Thou shalt say to them, I AM has sent me 11 1, 33| an abuse of language to say that you enjoy it. But if 12 1, 36| deception the intention to say what is false; and we find 13 1, 36| Nevertheless, as I was going to say, if his mistaken interpretation 14 2, 6| neighbour; how is it, I say, that if a man says this, 15 2, 8| of Scripture on which we say this judgment is to be exercised, 16 2, 10| designed to point out, as we say bos when we mean an ox, 17 2, 10| signify something else, as we say bos, and understand by that 18 2, 13| followed. For whether we say inter homines (among men) 19 2, 13| corrected, and that we should say, not fliriet, but florebit. 20 2, 13| passage the Greek idiom, and say,"Quod stultum est Dei, sapientius 21 2, 13| would be better then to say,"sapientius est quam homines", 22 2, 15| Testament are, as I was about to say, to be corrected if necessary 23 2, 16| as serpents; that is to say, that for the sake of our 24 2, 18| learn letters because they say that Mercury discovered 25 2, 22| Nor is it to the point to say that the very smallest and 26 2, 24| among the Latins; and when I say, lege, these two syllables 27 2, 29| For it is one thing to say: If you bruise down this 28 2, 29| stomach; and another to say: If you hang this herb round 29 2, 35| itself is defined when we say that falsehood is the declaration 30 2, 37| mischief or vanity, that is to say, that they do not give those 31 2, 38| their being; the man, I say, who acts in this way may 32 2, 39| their solution; what, I say, these men have done in 33 2, 40| happens now. And this I say without prejudice to any 34 2, 42| third book, endeavour to say what the Lord shall be pleased 35 3, 1| but yet, as I was going to say, so far as I can give instruction, 36 3, 2| the Trinity, directs us to say: "et Deus erat verbum" ( 37 3, 3| apostle says, "What shall we say then? That the Gentiles 38 3, 3| inquiry, "What shall we say then?" what follows were 39 3, 3| pronounced long; for he does not say, sicut praedicavi, but sicut 40 3, 4| translator had chosen to say, "propterea consolationem 41 3, 14| were half asleep (as I may say) that is, who were neither 42 3, 19| But these same men might say that it is not right even 43 3, 21| a guest. For he did not say that he took the poor man' 44 3, 29| idiom. For who does not say, "So may you flourish? " 45 3, 29| very opposite of what they say, as for example, those called 46 3, 29| desire to convey; as when we say to a man who is behaving 47 3, 29| the opposite of what we say, as in the expression, " 48 3, 30| law," and not what he does say, "the secret recesses of 49 3, 30| have thought it right to say thus much, in order both 50 3, 32| We ought, therefore, to say that the rule is about the 51 3, 34| when the prophet begins to say, "And I will sanctify my 52 3, 34| taken in. For he goes on to say: "And I shall be sanctified 53 4, 1| the subject, I shall only say a few things about the mode 54 4, 2| falsehood, who will dare to say that truth in the person 55 4, 3| that what we have got to say does not escape us whilst 56 4, 5| therefore, Scripture does not say that the multitude of the 57 4, 6| understand what these writers say, perceive at the same time 58 4, 7| what the apostle meant to say, and how wisely he has said 59 4, 7| when it comes after him. "I say again," he says, "Let no 60 4, 7| though it may have more: "I say again, let no man think 61 4, 7| narrative. For he goes on to say: "The God and Father of 62 4, 7| I see, then, that I must say something about the eloquence 63 4, 7| members each. For he does not say: "Ye who are set apart for 64 4, 7| voluptuary, he does not say, "Ye who chant to the sound 65 4, 7| marvelous beauty not to say, "and they were not grieved 66 4, 8| them, or that if what they say should not be very easily 67 4, 12| necessity, depends on what we say; the other two on the way 68 4, 12| other two on the way we say it. He, then, who speaks 69 4, 12| has said what he has to say as long as he is not understood; 70 4, 12| understood, he has said his say, whatever may have been 71 4, 12| not to do. But who would say that it is their duty to 72 4, 14| have it so. God forbid, I say, that with us there should 73 4, 15| good (and he ought never to say anything else), does all 74 4, 15| a given moment for us to say, or to be heard saying, 75 4, 15| all? And who can make us say what we ought, and in the 76 4, 16| teachers, he may as well say that we need not pray, since 77 4, 16| Epistle to Titus, does he not say that a bishop ought to " 78 4, 17| shall be eloquent, who can say little things in a subdued 79 4, 17| shall be eloquent, who can say little things in a subdued 80 4, 18| ruin, everything that we say is important; so much so, 81 4, 18| indeed we are prepared to say that, because a cup of cold 82 4, 18| with us, so that what we say is not altogether unworthy 83 4, 20| which is Christ. And this I say, that the covenant, that 84 4, 20| or discredit on what we say. If, however, the solution 85 4, 20| glorified. What shall we then say to these things? If God 86 4, 24| blame. But no one would say that all who are thus delighted 87 4, 25| but when what we have to say is good and useful, and 88 4, 26| do not like even what we say in the subdued style to 89 4, 26| he admits that what you say is both true and agreeable, 90 4, 27| after their works; for they say and do not;" and therefore 91 4, 27| Moses', compelled them to say what was good, though they 92 4, 27| their instructors, and who say in their hearts, or even 93 4, 27| go a little further, and say with their lips: Why do 94 4, 28| oppose the truth, we are to say nothing in defense of the 95 4, 29| not really themselves who say the good things they say. 96 4, 29| say the good things they say. For how can they say in 97 4, 29| they say. For how can they say in words what they deny 98 4, 29| one sense, then, they do say the things, and in another 99 4, 29| another sense they do not say them; for both these statements 100 4, 29| their works; "that is to say, what ye hear from their 101 4, 29| that do ye not; "for they say and do not." And so, though 102 4, 29| though they do not, yet they say. But in another place, upbraiding 103 4, 29| appear that even what they say, when they say what is good, 104 4, 29| what they say, when they say what is good, it is not 105 4, 29| it is not themselves who say, for in will and in deed 106 4, 29| deed they deny what they say. Hence it happens that a 107 4, 29| whom belongs all that they say; and even those who could 108 4, 29| could not compose what they say make it their own by composing


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