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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| thinks that these stories are false, I do not strongly insist 2 pref, 0| rather let us put away false pride and learn whatever 3 pref, 0| except perhaps what is false. All truth is of Him who 4 1, 24 | those who, led astray by false notions, hate their bodies 5 1, 30 | steal, Thou shalt not bear false witness, Thou shalt not 6 1, 36 | intention to say what is false; and we find plenty of people 7 2, 12 | this are not obscure, but false; and there is a wide difference 8 2, 13 | or would put an utterly false construction upon it. For 9 2, 16 | that our Lord put on, not a false, but a true and human body. 10 2, 23 | deluded and imposed on by the false angels, to whom the lowest 11 2, 23 | Christian as the covenants of a false and treacherous friendship. 12 2, 25 | himself than, anything that is false and lying. Among the convenient 13 2, 31 | inferences in reasoning that are false, and yet so close an imitation 14 2, 31 | reasoning which lead to false conclusions, by following 15 2, 31 | inferences which are all utterly false; for Christ has risen, the 16 2, 31 | believed it. But all these false inferences followed legitimately 17 2, 31 | then, being repudiated as false, it follows that since they 18 2, 31 | only from true but from false propositions, the laws of 19 2, 32 | When the consequent is false, the antecedent must also 20 2, 32 | antecedent must also be false," says what is most true; 21 2, 32 | But this consequence is false, for Christ has risen; therefore 22 2, 32 | therefore the antecedent is also false. But the antecedent is, 23 2, 33 | chap. 33. False inferences may be drawn 24 2, 33 | true. But in the case of false conclusions, too, there 25 2, 33 | the consequent is proved false, the antecedent is also 26 2, 33 | the antecedent is also false) that the snail is not an 27 2, 33 | Now this conclusion is false, but it is a true and valid 28 2, 33 | valid inference from the false admission. Thus, the truth 29 2, 33 | thus, as I said above, a false inference may be drawn by 30 2, 33 | valid where the opinions are false, so the inferences may be 31 2, 33 | the consequent is proved false the antecedent is also false, 32 2, 33 | false the antecedent is also false, so when the antecedent 33 2, 33 | the antecedent is proved false the consequent is false. 34 2, 33 | false the consequent is false. For the statement is true, " 35 2, 35 | science of definition is not false, though it may be applied 36 2, 35 | falsities, is not itself false, nor framed by man's device, 37 2, 35 | it to their fictions, and false philosophers, or even heretics 38 2, 35 | or even heretics that is, false Christians to their erroneous 39 2, 35 | reason why it should be false, for example, that neither 40 2, 35 | division, therefore, of what is false may be perfectly true, although 41 2, 35 | perfectly true, although what is false cannot, of course, itself 42 2, 36 | persuade men of what is false~ 43 2, 36 | persuading men of what is false; but as they can be used 44 2, 36 | they are used be true or false, are themselves true just 45 2, 40 | heathen learning have not only false and superstitious fancies 46 3, 8 | corruption of a multitude of false gods, which Scripture frequently 47 3, 30 | have led the reader into false expectations. And I have 48 4, 2 | persuade men of what is false are to know how to introduce 49 4, 2 | true, or to refute what is false? That the former, while 50 4, 7 | again, he refutes certain false apostles who had gone out 51 4, 7 | the sea, in perils among false brethren; in weariness and 52 4, 7 | the sea, in perils among false brethren, in weariness and 53 4, 12 | it is true that they are false, the speech which shows 54 4, 14 | priest should applaud the false prophet, and that God's 55 4, 14 | indeed says nothing that is false, but which buries small 56 4, 28 | of love are true and not false. For as a man with a comely


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