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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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mind

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| a wise plan, in whatever mind it might originate, was 2 1, 13 | through the ear into the mind of the hearer, the word 3 1, 22 | relation to God, but turns his mind in upon himself, and so 4 1, 22 | because he is better when his mind is fully fixed upon, and 5 1, 22 | thy soul, and with all thy mind:" so that you are to concentrate 6 1, 22 | thy soul, and with all thy mind," He means that no part 7 1, 22 | whole heart, and soul, and mind. For in this way, loving 8 1, 26 | thy soul, and with all thy mind; and thou shalt love thy 9 1, 40 | these books with an easy mind. For while the apostle says " 10 2, 1 | something else to come into the mind as a consequence of itself: 11 2, 1 | think of the feeling in his mind; and when the trumpet sounds, 12 2, 1 | indicates the feeling in his mind, independently of his will: 13 2, 1 | every other emotion of the mind is betrayed by the telltale 14 2, 2 | conveying into another's mind what the giver of the sign 15 2, 2 | the sign has in his own mind. We wish, then, to consider 16 2, 2 | known the desires in their mind. For when the poultry-cock 17 2, 2 | follow the movement of the mind instinctively and apart 18 2, 3 | indicating the thoughts of the mind. Our Lord, it is true, gave 19 2, 7 | the soul, and with all the mind, and one's neighbour as 20 2, 7 | sorrowful. And in this frame of mind he implores with unremitting 21 2, 7 | righteousness. For in this frame of mind he extricates himself from 22 2, 8 | first possession of a weak mind, nor, cheating it with dangerous 23 2, 11 | rather an emotion of the mind than any part of a thought 24 2, 11 | a thought we have in our mind. And the two given above 25 2, 12 | naturally occur to one's mind. Whence, I think, that expression 26 2, 16 | and mystical way. A candid mind, if I may so speak, cannot 27 2, 16 | whole soul, and the whole mind; and it is very clear that 28 2, 24 | previous understanding in the mind which is, as it were, the 29 2, 24 | all these signs affect the mind according to the arrangements 30 2, 24 | previous arrangement in the mind of the observer. ~ 31 2, 25 | away and rooted out of the mind of the Christian, we must 32 2, 38 | bodily appearances to the mind of man, and finding that 33 3, 1 | who is in such a state of mind that he can be instructed 34 3, 5 | unable to lift the eye of the mind above what is corporeal 35 3, 7 | such signs, and engage your mind in the worship of these, 36 3, 10 | taken possession of the mind, men think that whatever 37 3, 10 | charity that affection of the mind which aims at the enjoyment 38 3, 10 | mean that affection of the mind which aims at enjoying one' 39 3, 33 | from God; not keeping in mind the saying of the apostle: " 40 4, 2 | attentive, or teachable frame of mind, while the defenders of 41 4, 7 | eloquence from the divine mind; wisdom not aiming at eloquence, 42 4, 9 | should have capacity of mind to receive it in whatever 43 4, 13 | but he must also sway the mind so as to subdue the will. 44 4, 15 | to the wants of a pious mind: "Take no thought how or 45 4, 16 | despise thee. Put them in mind to be subject to principalities 46 4, 17 | style, in order to sway the mind." ~ 47 4, 18 | judgment of every sober mind are great, even when applied 48 4, 19 | manner calculated to sway the mind. And sometimes the same 49 4, 19 | powerfully when we are forcing a mind that is averse to the truth 50 4, 20 | that whatever occurs to the mind as an objection that might 51 4, 20 | that weep. Be of the same mind one towards another." And 52 4, 20 | period of two members: "Mind not high things, but condescend 53 4, 21 | nor the swaying of the mind by the stir of emotion, 54 4, 21 | injury, ready to pity, of one mind and of one heart in brotherly 55 4, 21 | in body only, but also in mind; not mingling the purity 56 4, 21 | appearance is an image of her mind, and a picture of purity. 57 4, 21 | importance, requires that the mind should be excited and set 58 4, 21 | thou art not polluted in mind by these meretricious deceits, 59 4, 23 | gratify, never to excite, the mind. ~ 60 4, 26 | stir and sway the hearer's mind by the majestic style (and 61 4, 26 | heard with a submissive mind. ~ 62 4, 27 | of perverse and deceitful mind. And thus it is that Jesus 63 4, 28 | body but an ill-conditioned mind is a more painful object


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