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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| unlawful use ought rather to be called an abuse. Suppose, then, 2 1, 6| so God is not even to be called "unspeakable," because to 3 1, 6| unspeakable if it can be called unspeakable. And this opposition 4 1, 6| principle it is that He is called Deus (God). For the sound 5 1, 13| an outward sound and is called speech; and yet our thought 6 1, 14| just as the former was called wisdom, but was in reality 7 1, 14| despised God, so the latter is called foolishness, but is true 8 1, 16| shows us;and it is even called His spouse. His body, then, 9 1, 23| itself is more correctly called hate. For it is not just 10 1, 30| offices of mercy is by right called a neighbour, it is manifest 11 1, 30| our Lord, desired to be called our neighbour. For our Lord 12 1, 34| following after God who called him to the reward of His 13 1, 39| instruments (as they may be called), so great an edifice of 14 2, 2| cooing calls his mate, or is called by her in turn; and many 15 2, 8| them, at least, that are called canonical. For he will read 16 2, 8| of Judges; one short book called Ruth, which seems rather 17 2, 8| Ecclesiastes. For two books, one called Wisdom and the other Ecclesiasticus, 18 2, 8| books which are strictly called the Prophets: twelve separate 19 2, 10| or figurative. They are called proper when they are used 20 2, 10| ox, which is ordinarily called by that name; but then further 21 2, 13| own purity. For what is called a solecism is nothing else 22 2, 21| superstition those who were called genethliaci, on account 23 2, 21| birthdays, but are now commonly called mathematici. For these, 24 2, 21| But whatever they may be called by men, still there are 25 2, 26| acquainted with which are called shorthand writers. All these 26 2, 31| there are many of what are called sophisms, inferences in 27 2, 31| seriousness of purpose, is also called sophistical. ~ 28 2, 36| kind of argument, which is called eloquence, and these rules 29 2, 40| Moreover, if those who are called philosophers, and especially 30 3, 5| nothing is more fittingly called the death of the soul than 31 3, 10| s own soul and body, is called vice; but what it does to 32 3, 10| does to injure another is called crime. And these are the 33 3, 10| neighbor's advantage is called benevolence. And here prudence 34 3, 11| kind of expression properly called figurative. But in the saying 35 3, 21| the unlawful appetite is called even by the accusing prophet, 36 3, 29| is the figure of speech called metaphor. Who does not speak 37 3, 29| And this is the figure called catachresis. ~ 38 3, 29| say, as for example, those called irony and antiphrasis. Now 39 3, 29| etymological sense, as a grove is called lucus from its want of light; 40 3, 30| wrote a book which he called the Book of Rules, because 41 3, 35| to the figure of speech called synecdoche, or to legitimate 42 3, 37| the first rule, which is called of the Lord and His body, 43 4, 3| speech, you have what is called eloquence or oratory) may 44 4, 6| age, and nothing can be called eloquence if it be not suitable 45 4, 6| followed it without being called for. ~ 46 4, 7| find the figure which is called in Greek "klimax" (climax,) 47 4, 7| shepherd or herdsman, and was called by God from that occupation, 48 4, 7| neglectful of brotherly love, he called aloud, saying: "Woe to you 49 4, 12| necessity: for it is not always called for; as, for example, when 50 4, 17| propriety, he may justly be called eloquent, even though he 51 4, 18| legal questions those are called small which have reference 52 4, 18| and are on that account called middling, or moderate. For 53 4, 20| God, to them who are the called according to His purpose. 54 4, 20| predestinate, them He also called; and whom He called, them 55 4, 20| also called; and whom He called, them He also justified; 56 4, 20| just quoted, it cannot be called anything but powerful: " 57 4, 23| exuberances (as they may be called) of ornament. But the temperate 58 4, 24| than civil, war which they called Ceterva (for it was not 59 4, 24| my sermon was finished I called upon them with heart and 60 4, 26| but seems rather to be called forth by the nature of the


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