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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| opinion that it can be of no use to anybody. There is a third 2 pref, 0| God had not chosen to make use of men as the ministers 3 1, arg | be used, and things which use and enjoy. The only object 4 1, arg | objects, except God, are for use; for, though some of them 5 1, 1 | when once I have begun to use what He has already given. 6 1, 1 | that is to say, if they use freely and cheerfully what 7 1, 2 | by means of signs. I now use the word "thing" in a strict 8 1, 3 | 3. Some things are for use, some for enjoyment~ 9 1, 3 | others still which enjoy and use. Those things which are 10 1, 3 | things which are objects of use assist, and (so to speak) 11 1, 3 | ourselves, again, who enjoy and use these things, being placed 12 1, 3 | those which we ought to use, are hindered in our course, 13 1, 4 | Chap. 4. Difference of use and enjoyment~ 14 1, 4 | it for its own sake. To use, on the other hand, is to 15 1, 4 | desire; for an unlawful use ought rather to be called 16 1, 4 | however, that we must make use of some mode of conveyance, 17 1, 4 | things which we ought to use into objects of enjoyment, 18 1, 14 | Moreover, as the use of remedies is the way to 19 1, 22 | unchangeable. The rest are for use, that we may be able to 20 1, 22 | however, who enjoy and use other things are things 21 1, 22 | men ought to enjoy, or to use, themselves, or to do both. 22 1, 22 | sake of something else, we use him. It seems to me, then, 23 1, 23 | things which are objects of use are not all, however, to 24 1, 31 | all other things are for use, there seems still to be 25 1, 31 | He love us? As objects of use or as objects of enjoyment? 26 1, 31 | enjoy us then, but makes use of us. For if He neither 27 1, 32 | But neither does He use after our fashion of using. 28 1, 32 | fashion of using. For when we use objects, we do so with a 29 1, 32 | God. God, however, in His use of us, has reference to 30 1, 32 | it to them to be so. That use, then, which God is said 31 1, 33 | used in the sense of to "use with delight." For when 32 1, 35 | upon it; and we ought to use that dispensation, not with 33 2, arg | be turned to a Christian use. And in conclusion, he shows 34 2, 6 | chap. 6. Use of the obscurities in Scripture 35 2, 9 | upon the more obscure, and use the evidence of passages 36 2, 10 | because all men who with us use the Latin tongue call it 37 2, 13 | sufficient, but because we may use them to correct the freedom 38 2, 14 | ought in the first place to use their skill in the correction 39 2, 15 | correct the Latin we must use the Greek versions, among 40 2, 18 | anything from it that is of use for the understanding of 41 2, 21 | movement has arrived, by use of the rules discovered 42 2, 28 | a variety of matters by use of the Olympiads, and the 43 2, 31 | chap. 31. Use of dialectics. Of fallacies~ 44 2, 31 | in Scripture, only in the use of it we must guard against 45 2, 36 | those who put it to a bad use. Nor is it owing to an arrangement 46 2, 37 | chap. 37. Use of rhetoric and dialectic~ 47 2, 40 | to claim it for our own use from those who have unlawful 48 2, 40 | designing them for a better use, not doing this on their 49 2, 40 | were not making a good use of; in the same way all 50 2, 40 | is better adapted to the use of the truth, and some most 51 2, 40 | to devote to their proper use in preaching the gospel. 52 2, 40 | and turn to a Christian use. ~ 53 2, 40 | about to turn them to the use of worshipping the One God, 54 3, 12 | such matters it is not the use of the objects, but the 55 3, 12 | possible that a wise man may use the daintiest food without 56 3, 12 | nature of the things we use, but our reason for using 57 3, 12 | lust do not mix with our use of them; for lust not only 58 3, 16 | perverted and unnatural use which he now makes of his 59 3, 18 | can be turned to a good use, and that which they embrace 60 3, 18 | to condemnation, if the use of the former be accompanied 61 3, 18 | accompanied with charity, and the use of the latter with lust. ~ 62 3, 18 | possible for one man to use many wives with chastity, 63 3, 18 | possible for another to use one wife with lust. And 64 3, 23 | the literal fact to this use also, to teach him not to 65 3, 29 | authors of our Scriptures use all those forms of expression 66 3, 29 | the Greek name tropes, and use them more freely and in 67 3, 29 | grammar, but are content to use the vulgar idiom. For who 68 3, 29 | speech of the vulgar makes use of them all, even of those 69 3, 29 | light; or it is customary to use a certain form of expression, 70 3, 29 | man is there that does not use such expressions, although 71 3, 30 | certainly very obscure, no use whatever is made of the 72 3, 33 | which is the name I made use of when writing a book on 73 3, 34 | distinction which is in use among logicians, who discuss 74 4, 1 | I think such rules of no use, but that whatever use they 75 4, 1 | no use, but that whatever use they have is to be learnt 76 4, 2 | for a Christian teacher to use the art of rhetoric~ 77 4, 2 | side of truth, when bad men use it to obtain the triumph 78 4, 3 | exercise and habit in the use of many words and many ornaments 79 4, 3 | rules; it is not that they use them in order to be eloquent. ~ 80 4, 5 | and frigidly while others use them with acuteness, elegance, 81 4, 6 | peculiarly their own, they so use this eloquence of ours that 82 4, 7 | unlearnedly learned (if I may use the expression) to contend 83 4, 7 | Israel!" Next, that he may use the favours of God, who 84 4, 10 | seeing that there is no use at all in speaking, if they 85 4, 10 | time occur to him, he will use words that are not quite 86 4, 12 | consent. And what will be the use of gaining the first two 87 4, 14 | think that men who do not use it, but employ a more chastened 88 4, 18 | is an abuse, not a proper use of the word moderate, to 89 4, 19 | The Christian teacher must use different styles on different 90 4, 23 | it in his discretion to use the subdued style even where 91 4, 23 | turn up; just as we must use the temperate style, no 92 4, 25 | elegant and ornate. But what use is there in attaining such 93 4, 25 | aim at effecting when we use the majestic style. For 94 4, 25 | style. For we may by the use of this style persuade men 95 4, 25 | temperate style we must use beauty of expression not


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