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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 1, 2| Chap. 2. What a thing is, and what a sign~ 2 1, 2| signs. I now use the word "thing" in a strict sense, to signify 3 1, 2| Accordingly, every sign is also a thing; for what is not a thing 4 1, 2| thing; for what is not a thing is nothing at all. Every 5 1, 2| is nothing at all. Every thing, however, is not also a 6 1, 4| For to enjoy a thing is to rest with satisfaction 7 1, 8| beauty, is quite a distinct thing from the life by which it 8 1, 16| or wrinkle, or any such thing. ~ 9 1, 22| things ourselves. For a great thing truly is man, made after 10 1, 22| something else. For if a thing is to be loved for its own 11 1, 24| because they think such a thing as that must be a spirit. 12 1, 33| with delight." For when the thing that we love is near us, 13 2, 1| signify. For a sign is a thing which, over and above the 14 2, 8| this is not a very likely thing to happen), I think that 15 2, 24| shape of a cross, means one thing among the Greeks and another 16 2, 24| these two syllables mean one thing to a Greek and another to 17 2, 25| was he meant to express, a thing still remembered by many 18 2, 25| signify. But because one thing may resemble another in 19 2, 28| the writings of Plato, a thing which it is the height of 20 2, 28| governor. For it is one thing to tell what has been done, 21 2, 29| spoken of. For it is one thing to say: If you bruise down 22 2, 29| frequently doubtful whether the thing that is tied or fixed in 23 2, 29| But when the reason why a thing is of virtue does not appear, 24 2, 32| logical sequences is not a thing devised by men, but is observed 25 2, 34| chap. 34. It is one thing to know the laws of inference, 26 2, 34| Therefore it is one thing to know the laws of inference, 27 2, 37| have attained some great thing that gives them an advantage 28 2, 39| not sure whether the same thing can be done in regard to 29 2, 40| Moses, had done the same thing; for of him it is written 30 3, 3| Nathanael's, "Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?" whether 31 3, 7| useful end instead of the thing itself which it was designed 32 3, 12| harlot, for example, is one thing when it is the result of 33 3, 12| abandoned manners, another thing when done in the course 34 3, 12| it is a shamefully wicked thing to strip the body naked 35 3, 14| thought that there was no such thing as absolute right, but that 36 3, 14| manifest that there is no such thing as right at all. Such men 37 3, 24| The chief thing to be inquired into, therefore, 38 3, 25| always signify the same thing~ 39 3, 25| is any rule that what a thing signifies by similitude 40 3, 25| things that signify now one thing and now another, signify 41 3, 34| Imperial command. The same thing occurs in the case of men: 42 3, 37| any one. For, wherever one thing is said with the intention 43 3, 37| figurative words, in which one thing is expressed and another 44 4, 10| variety of expression, a thing which cannot be done by 45 4, 14| A wonderful and horrible thing is committed in the land: 46 4, 18| salvation, and where also the thing to be guarded against is 47 4, 18| very trifling and common thing, the saying of our Lord 48 4, 20| things? Who shall lay any thing to the charge of Gods elect? 49 4, 20| affected always in a good thing, and not only when I am 50 4, 28| by words; thinks that a thing is well said in proportion


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