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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, 2| for what is not a thing is nothing at all. Every thing, however, 2 1, 6| I feel that I have done nothing more than desire to speak; 3 1, 6| speech. And yet God, although nothing worthy of His greatness 4 1, 7| of a nature, than which nothing more excellent or more exalted 5 1, 8| own nature; for they find nothing in themselves that is not 6 1, 9| the sun, whom it profits nothing that the splendour of its 7 1, 26| find their centre in Him, nothing seems to be said about our 8 1, 28| the other, you could do nothing fairer than choose by lot 9 1, 31| for its own sake, and that nothing is a true object of enjoyment 10 1, 34| how essential it is that nothing should detain us on the 11 2, 1| fire is beneath, even when nothing but smoke can be seen. And 12 2, 1| countenance, even though we do nothing with the intention of making 13 2, 5| in reading it, men seek nothing more than to find out the 14 2, 6| our appetite. For almost nothing is dug out of those obscure 15 2, 7| exercises himself, to find nothing else in them but that God 16 2, 13| is called a solecism is nothing else than the putting of 17 2, 13| 132:18), surely takes away nothing from the meaning. Yet a 18 2, 14| or to hear them. There is nothing that it is better to commit 19 2, 15| cell by himself, and yet nothing was found in the manuscript 20 2, 25| are human devices, and nothing is to be considered more 21 2, 26| are useful, and there is nothing unlawful in learning them, 22 2, 39| think, however, there is nothing useful in the other branches 23 2, 41| sacrificed for us, and there is nothing the sacrifice of Christ 24 2, 41| and lowly herb, and yet nothing is stronger and more penetrating 25 3, 2| first place that there is nothing wrong in our punctuation 26 3, 2| by the context, there is nothing to hinder us to point the 27 3, 5| in a carnal manner. And nothing is more fittingly called 28 3, 5| for example, thinks of nothing but the one day out of seven 29 3, 8| such signs, but brought to nothing and cleared out of the way 30 3, 10| happens that a man will think nothing blameable except what the 31 3, 10| accustomed to condemn, and nothing worthy of praise or approval 32 3, 10| figurative. Now Scripture enjoins nothing except charity, and condemns 33 3, 10| except charity, and condemns nothing except lust, and in that 34 3, 10| figurative. Now Scripture asserts nothing but the catholic faith, 35 3, 19| with temperance, looking to nothing but the duty, necessary 36 3, 21| who had the one ewe-lamb, nothing is said in the parable, 37 3, 26| must take it as signifying nothing but the favour of God. For 38 3, 29| expressions, although he knows nothing at all about either the 39 4, 6| seems to me not only that nothing can be wiser, but also that 40 4, 6| be wiser, but also that nothing can be more eloquent. And 41 4, 6| becoming in old age, and nothing can be called eloquence 42 4, 13| give one's assent implies nothing more than to confess that 43 4, 13| clothed in beauty of style, nothing remains but to subdue him 44 4, 14| eloquence which indeed says nothing that is false, but which 45 4, 19| greater than God Himself? Is nothing, then, to be learnt about 46 4, 20| who is present but says nothing about it, it might never 47 4, 20| making many rich; as having nothing, and yet possessing all 48 4, 21| from the Lord, and to do nothing that our Lord has not first 49 4, 21| modesty pass by. There is nothing haughty in her eyes, nothing 50 4, 21| nothing haughty in her eyes, nothing bold in her words, nothing 51 4, 21| nothing bold in her words, nothing wanton in her gestures: 52 4, 26| observations from a quarter whence nothing was expected; when it seizes 53 4, 28| the truth, we are to say nothing in defense of the truth. 54 4, 29| thought, and yet they have nothing in common with his manner 55 4, 29| in deeds? It is not for nothing that the apostle says of


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