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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| third class of objectors who either really do understand Scripture 2 pref, 0| s eyes that they may see either the fact that I am pointing, 3 pref, 0| the rest, we have learnt either in the same way, by hearing 4 pref, 0| these men teach others, either through speech or writing, 5 1, 2 | All instruction is either about things or about signs; 6 1, 4 | some mode of conveyance, either by land or water, in order 7 1, 7 | bondage to sense think that either the heavens, or what appears 8 1, 23 | but those only which are either united with us in a common 9 1, 27 | which ought to be loved either less or more, nor loves 10 1, 28 | themselves, neither of whom had either from need or relationship 11 1, 29 | all the assistance that we either give them or accept from 12 1, 31 | all the good we enjoy is either Himself, or what comes from 13 1, 36 | breaks faith is unjust. Either, then, injustice is sometimes 14 1, 40 | subject in other volumes, either by others or by myself. 15 2, 6 | satiety. Now weakness from either of these causes is to be 16 2, 7 | step aside from the truth, either for the sake of pleasing 17 2, 10 | understood: its being veiled either under unknown, or under 18 2, 10 | ambiguous signs. Signs are either proper or figurative. They 19 2, 13 | meaning of his author, we must either endeavour to get a knowledge 20 2, 13 | man of slower intelligence either would not understand it 21 2, 14 | there are two kinds. For either a word or an idiom, of which 22 2, 14 | foreign tongues, we must either make inquiry about them 23 2, 14 | where we happen to meet either with a more learned man 24 2, 14 | with a passage that shows, either by the preceding or succeeding 25 2, 15 | Jewish race were unwilling, either from religious scruple or 26 2, 16 | of sacred significance, either with reference to the ten 27 2, 17 | of three kinds. For it is either produced by the voice, as 28 2, 19 | things which they have noted, either as transacted in the past 29 2, 20 | superstitious, pertaining as they do either to the worship of what is 30 2, 21 | may come away the slave either of Mars or of Venus, or 31 2, 21 | posterity, have given the names either of beasts on account of 32 2, 21 | whose memory people were either compelled by royal power 33 2, 22 | meet with equal fortune either in what they do or what 34 2, 23 | this sort, therefore, are either nullities, or are part of 35 2, 23 | fancied signs which lead either to the worship of idols, 36 2, 25 | which human intercourse either could not be carried on 37 2, 27 | by the bodily senses we either believe on testimony, or 38 2, 39 | information about objects, either past or present, that relate 39 2, 39 | learned Christians), but are either lost amid the crowds of 40 3, arg | signs. Such signs may be either direct or figurative. In 41 3, arg | literal sense inconsistent either with purity of life or correctness 42 3, 1 | may happen however, that either from the greatness of his 43 3, 1 | ambiguity of Scripture lies either in proper words or in metaphorical, 44 3, 2 | go against the faith in either way you take it, and therefore 45 3, 2 | ambiguity cannot be cleared up, either by the rule of faith or 46 3, 3 | the reader, are corrected either by the rule of faith, or 47 3, 3 | interrogative the answer must be either "No" or "Yes." The passage 48 3, 4 | ambiguities that do not relate either to punctuation or pronunciation, 49 3, 4 | contrary to faith to take it either way. But in the Greek language 50 3, 7 | worshipped by the heathen either as gods, or as signs and 51 3, 9 | on the other hand, who either uses or honours a useful 52 3, 10 | taken literally, be referred either to purity of life or soundness 53 3, 10 | pass, that if Scripture either enjoins what is opposed 54 3, 11 | therefore, and apparent cruelty, either in word or deed, that is 55 3, 12 | among whom he lives, is either temperate or superstitious; 56 3, 12 | the good men about him, either has a further meaning in 57 3, 12 | them, that make what we do either praiseworthy or blameable. ~ 58 3, 12 | is base harlotry to seek either gain or offspring by promiscuous 59 3, 13 | of those with whom we are either compelled by necessity, 60 3, 13 | prudent or benevolent end, either directly, as is our duty, 61 3, 14 | consider that their own customs either in regard to marriage, or 62 3, 16 | sentence is one of command, either forbidding a crime or vice, 63 3, 19 | giving the rein to lust, either wander about steeping themselves 64 3, 19 | for themselves to escape either being caught by the bait 65 3, 25 | will be found to be drawn either from like objects or from 66 3, 25 | and now another, signify either things that are contrary, 67 3, 28 | metaphorical expressions, we may either obtain a meaning about which 68 3, 29 | what the words convey; but either the words in which it is 69 3, 29 | knows nothing at all about either the nature or the names 70 3, 35 | rule applies in two ways: either to the figure of speech 71 3, 35 | numbers. The figure synecdoche either puts the part for the whole, 72 3, 35 | force is exactly the same, either when multiplied by ten, 73 4, 1 | to ask me to teach them either in this work or any other. ~ 74 4, 2 | available for the enforcing either of truth or falsehood, who 75 4, 2 | the latter shall be unable either to defend what is true, 76 4, 2 | service in the enforcing either of wrong or right, why do 77 4, 3 | the rules of rhetoric are either not understood, or if, after 78 4, 5 | of Scripture. Better than either of these, however, is the 79 4, 6 | that it is not conspicuous either by its presence or its absence: 80 4, 6 | for it did not become them either to condemn it or to make 81 4, 8 | the minds of the godless either that they may be converted 82 4, 8 | clearness of speech that either he will be very dull who 83 4, 10 | if, however, he cannot, either because there are no such 84 4, 10 | is understood, he ought either to bring his address to 85 4, 12 | it is in their own hands either to do or not to do. But 86 4, 17 | of those three objects, either to teach, or to give pleasure, 87 4, 18 | to conduct secular cases, either for themselves or for their 88 4, 18 | therefore speak without either eloquence or power, but 89 4, 19 | when we come to praise God, either in Himself, or in His works, 90 4, 21 | the pleasure of the lie either in thine own consciousness 91 4, 25 | that it is not necessary either to instruct or persuade 92 4, 26 | that it comes forth without either ornament or defense, and


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