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66 given
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65 meaning
65 place
63 mind
63 put
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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meaning

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| directions, fail to penetrate the meaning of obscure passages in Scripture, 2 1, arg | shows that to discover the meaning we must attend both to things 3 1, 1 | discovery and enunciation of the meaning, and is to be undertaken 4 1, 1 | ascertaining the proper meaning, and the mode of making 5 1, 1 | mode of making known the meaning when it is ascertained. 6 1, 1 | mode of making known, the meaning; a great and arduous undertaking, 7 1, 36 | other hand, a man draws a meaning from them that may be used 8 1, 36 | happen upon the precise meaning which the author whom he 9 1, 36 | Whoever takes another meaning out of Scripture than the 10 1, 37 | if he takes up rashly a meaning which the author whom he 11 1, 37 | cannot harmonize with this meaning. And if he admits that these 12 1, 37 | then it follows that the meaning he had put upon the former 13 2, 6 | ambiguities, substituting one meaning for another; and in some 14 2, 6 | obscure as to shroud the meaning in the thickest darkness. 15 2, 6 | as when he draws the same meaning from that passage in Canticles, 16 2, 12 | the Word. When now the meaning of the two translators is 17 2, 12 | translator, to whom the meaning is not well known, is deceived 18 2, 12 | And so he saw the true meaning who translated: "Their feet 19 2, 12 | any other way. And yet the meaning is very clear; for it is 20 2, 13 | often departs from the meaning of his author, we must either 21 2, 13 | language than that any deeper meaning is intended. Again, that 22 2, 13 | takes away nothing from the meaning. Yet a more learned man 23 2, 13 | effort attain to the true meaning, but still a man of slower 24 2, 13 | ambiguous too, as if the meaning might be, that the folly 25 2, 13 | unless by reference to the meaning. It would be better then 26 2, 14 | chap. 14. How the meaning of unknown words and idioms 27 2, 14 | words and phrases whose meaning we do not know, so that 28 2, 15 | to the clearing up of the meaning. The Latin texts, therefore, 29 2, 16 | reader to a standstill, their meaning is to be traced partly by 30 2, 16 | interpreted that name, a meaning so important would lie unnoticed. 31 2, 16 | light it throws upon the meaning of our Lord's command, that 32 2, 24 | was not because they had meaning that they were attended 33 2, 24 | them that they came to have meaning. And so they are made different 34 2, 24 | devils is maintained have meaning just in proportion to each 35 2, 37 | much for ascertaining the meaning as for setting forth the 36 2, 37 | as for setting forth the meaning when it is ascertained. 37 2, 37 | in the discovery of the meaning, provided only that men 38 2, 39 | than in ascertaining the meaning of unknown signs, the topic 39 3, 2 | are more than two), give a meaning in harmony with the faith, 40 3, 4 | been less doubt about the meaning; or, indeed, if he had added " 41 3, 6 | apprehend their spiritual meaning, they had learnt to adore 42 3, 11 | dominion of lust. And if its meaning be clear, we are not to 43 3, 12 | and the hidden kernel of meaning they contain is to be picked 44 3, 12 | him, either has a further meaning in what he does, or is sinful. 45 3, 15 | literally it at once gives a meaning of this kind, the expression 46 3, 27 | Scripture, even though the meaning the writer intended remain 47 3, 27 | whether he draws a different meaning from the words, but one 48 3, 27 | perhaps saw that this very meaning lay in the words which we 49 3, 28 | When, however, a meaning is evolved of such a kind 50 3, 28 | we may either obtain a meaning about which there is no 51 3, 29 | by the tone of voice the meaning we desire to convey; as 52 3, 29 | literally give an absurd meaning, we ought forthwith to inquire 53 3, 34 | prophet, in his depth of meaning, while speaking of the carnal 54 3, 37 | promises and the law, make one meaning to be understood where another 55 4, 1 | ascertaining the proper meaning, and the mode of making 56 4, 1 | mode of making known the meaning when it is ascertained. 57 4, 1 | mode of making known the meaning." As, then, I have already 58 4, 1 | mode of ascertaining the meaning, and have given three books 59 4, 1 | mode of making known the meaning, in order if possible to 60 4, 5 | carefully searching into their meaning. For there are who read 61 4, 5 | careless about knowing the meaning. It is plain we must set 62 4, 5 | correctly apprehends their meaning. ~ 63 4, 7 | any way have put another meaning upon it. He did not hesitate 64 4, 10 | expresses and conveys the meaning intended. Whence a certain 65 4, 20 | for words of equivalent meaning, or by retaining the words


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