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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| writings, but also from themselves opening such secrets to 2 pref, 0| assistance from this work themselves, will give it as their opinion 3 pref, 0| such persons could calm themselves so far as to remember that, 4 pref, 0| from human teachers they themselves learnt to read. Now, they 5 pref, 0| may be able to read for themselves. Each, however, communicates 6 pref, 0| shows others how to read for themselves. So that, just as he who 7 1, 2 | things is what they are in themselves, not what other things they 8 1, 7 | universe, they picture to themselves something of dazzling brightness, 9 1, 8 | for they find nothing in themselves that is not subject to change. ~ 10 1, 15 | careless, so that they retake themselves to diligent preparation, 11 1, 22 | ought to enjoy, or to use, themselves, or to do both. For we are 12 1, 24 | altogether, they entirely deceive themselves. For it is not their body, 13 1, 24 | They are not destroying themselves; they are taking care of 14 1, 26 | for even the beasts love themselves and their own bodies), it 15 1, 28 | if two persons presented themselves, neither of whom had either 16 1, 33 | proud angel arrogate this to themselves, and are glad to have the 17 1, 33 | them and rest in them, set themselves to recruit our energies 18 1, 33 | received of God for us or for themselves; and then urge us thus refreshed 19 2, 1 | anything but what they are in themselves, even though they are signs 20 2, 1 | attend to what they are in themselves, but to the fact that they 21 2, 2 | have certain signs among themselves by which they make known 22 2, 3 | The signs that address themselves to the ear are, as I have 23 2, 10 | figurative when the things themselves which we indicate by the 24 2, 15 | Now among translations themselves the Italian (Itala) is to 25 2, 17 | because they had presented themselves in that number to the eyes 26 2, 18 | was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became 27 2, 21 | were raising the dead men themselves to heaven. But whatever 28 2, 23 | inquisitive, and involve themselves further and further in a 29 2, 25 | because they have agreed among themselves that they should be in force, 30 2, 29 | motions of the heavenly bodies themselves. For, as the man who computes 31 2, 34 | propositions as they stand by themselves, and not in their connection 32 2, 34 | are true and certain, they themselves, too, necessarily become 33 2, 34 | of the inference, plume themselves as if this involved also 34 2, 34 | an unfounded contempt for themselves, because they are ignorant 35 2, 36 | used be true or false, are themselves true just in so far as they 36 2, 38 | numbers are considered in themselves, or as applied to the laws 37 2, 40 | of Egypt appropriated to themselves, designing them for a better 38 2, 40 | command of God, the Egyptians themselves, in their ignorance, providing 39 2, 40 | them with things which they themselves, were not making a good 40 2, 40 | which they did not create themselves, but dug out of the mines 41 3, 2 | out of many that offer themselves, it pronounces for and permits 42 3, 2 | choose of those that suggest themselves. As is the case in that 43 3, 6 | in place of the realities themselves, not knowing to what the 44 3, 6 | minds, that in subjecting themselves to such a bondage they were 45 3, 6 | the needy, and consecrated themselves wholly to God as a new temple, 46 3, 7 | useless things for the things themselves! For even if you go back 47 3, 8 | the way all these signs themselves, so that the gentiles were 48 3, 11 | to subdue their lust, are themselves involved in the destruction 49 3, 18 | would have immediately made themselves eunuchs for the kingdom 50 3, 19 | Wicked men judge others by themselves~ 51 3, 19 | either wander about steeping themselves in a multitude of debaucheries, 52 3, 19 | the race; and what they themselves, who are entangled in the 53 3, 19 | and holy men, because they themselves when they are honoured and 54 3, 19 | and difficult it is for themselves to escape either being caught 55 3, 20 | could never have restrained themselves from implacable hatred towards 56 3, 30 | angels are the churches themselves. And throughout this long 57 3, 35 | or when multiplied into themselves, as ten into ten gives one 58 3, 37 | counselled not only to make themselves acquainted with the forms 59 4, 3 | masters of Roman eloquence themselves did not shrink from sayings 60 4, 3 | are discussing the rules themselves. Indeed, I think there are 61 4, 3 | we find from the examples themselves to be the case in this respect? 62 4, 6 | spontaneously to suggest themselves; as if wisdom were walking 63 4, 7 | translators, who, being themselves under the guidance of the 64 4, 7 | in bowls, and anointing themselves with the costliest ointment: 65 4, 7 | men who, assuming to be themselves learned and eloquent, despise 66 4, 7 | they have chosen to express themselves in any respect differently 67 4, 7 | but he first addresses to themselves what it is right the voluptuaries 68 4, 7 | in bowls, and anointing themselves with the costliest ointment." 69 4, 8 | reasons they have expressed themselves with a useful and wholesome 70 4, 8 | They have indeed expressed themselves in such a way that those 71 4, 8 | that with which they are themselves regarded, but coming next 72 4, 8 | then, ought not to express themselves in the same way, as if putting 73 4, 10 | directed not to the things themselves, but to the way in which 74 4, 18 | secular cases, either for themselves or for their connections, 75 4, 20 | which may chance to suggest themselves, lest these should cast 76 4, 20 | as soon as the questions themselves arise, it is useless to 77 4, 21 | who have not yet devoted themselves to take the vows of virginity, 78 4, 24 | but are led to live so as themselves to deserve praise, and to 79 4, 26 | these three qualities attach themselves respectively to the three 80 4, 27 | therefore it is that men who themselves lead unprofitable lives 81 4, 27 | many by preaching what they themselves do not perform; but they 82 4, 29 | matter, it is not really themselves who say the good things 83 4, 29 | what is good, it is not themselves who say, for in will and 84 4, 30 | ought to pray both that they themselves may deliver it well, and


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