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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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rules

   Book, Chapter
1 pref | Showing that to teach rules for the interpretation of 2 pref, 0| There are certain rules for the interpretation of 3 pref, 0| secrets to others. These rules I propose to teach to those 4 pref, 0| failed to understand the rules here laid down. Others, 5 pref, 0| though they understand the rules, yet in their attempts to 6 pref, 0| will cry out that such rules are not necessary for any 7 pref, 0| though not instructed in any rules of interpretation, at the 8 pref, 0| understand, but also the rules of interpretation they follow. 9 pref, 0| hand, the man who lays down rules for interpretation is like 10 pref, 0| is in possession of the rules which I here attempt to 11 pref, 0| holding fast by certain rules, and following up certain 12 2, 9 | laid down in them, whether rules of life or rules of faith, 13 2, 9 | whether rules of life or rules of faith, are to be searched 14 2, 9 | memory be defective, no rules can supply the want. ~ 15 2, 20 | too, belong the following rules: To tread upon the threshold 16 2, 21 | has arrived, by use of the rules discovered and laid down 17 2, 36 | chap. 36. The rules of eloquence are true, though 18 2, 36 | There are also certain rules for a more copious kind 19 2, 36 | called eloquence, and these rules are not the less true that 20 2, 37 | thorny discipline of such rules. It is just as if a man 21 2, 37 | if a man wishing to give rules for walking should warn 22 2, 37 | quickly than he apprehends the rules for it. A dull man, on the 23 2, 37 | much less does he grasp the rules. And in regard to all these 24 3, arg | literally. The author lays down rules by which we may decide whether 25 3, arg | then goes on to lay down rules for the interpretation of 26 3, arg | and illustrate the seven rules of Tichonius the Donatist, 27 3, 17 | Accordingly, another of our rules for understanding the Scriptures 28 3, 30 | chap. 30. The rules of Tichonius the Donatist 29 3, 30 | which he called the Book of Rules, because in it he laid down 30 3, 30 | in it he laid down seven rules, which are, as it were, 31 3, 30 | Scripture. And of these rules, the first relates to the 32 3, 30 | and his body. Now these rules, as expounded by their author, 33 3, 30 | without using any of his rules; finding, indeed, that there 34 3, 30 | of the kind to which his rules apply. As, for example, 35 3, 30 | whatever is made of the rules. This is enough for an example, 36 3, 30 | require none of these seven rules for their elucidation. ~ 37 3, 30 | however, when commending these rules, attributes so much value 38 3, 30 | to write a little book of rules, and, as it were, to make 39 3, 30 | there are certain mystical rules which hold the key to the 40 3, 30 | invisible. And if this system of rules be received as I communicate 41 3, 30 | shall, if he follow these rules as pathways of light, be 42 3, 30 | There are certain mystical rules which hold the key to some 43 3, 30 | indicate what these seven rules teach or advise. ~ 44 3, 37 | Now all these rules, except the one about the 45 4, 1 | that I am about to lay down rules of rhetoric such as I have 46 4, 1 | me. Not that I think such rules of no use, but that whatever 47 4, 3 | But the theories and rules on this subject (to which, 48 4, 3 | speakers than by following rules for eloquence. And even 49 4, 3 | ability be wanting, the rules of rhetoric are either not 50 4, 3 | they are discussing the rules themselves. Indeed, I think 51 4, 3 | to do this, think of the rules of speaking while they are 52 4, 3 | saying it according to the rules of art. Nevertheless, in 53 4, 3 | of eloquent men, we find rules of eloquence carried out 54 4, 3 | that they exemplify these rules; it is not that they use 55 4, 3 | acquaintance with rhetorical rules, are more eloquent than 56 4, 7 | apostle had here followed the rules of rhetoric, would not every 57 4, 7 | apostle was guided by the rules of eloquence, so I do not 58 4, 7 | perceived and said, the rules which are laid down in the


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