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neglectful 1
negligence 1
neighbor 1
neighbour 47
neighbouring 1
neighbours 3
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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neighbour

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| sake and the love of our neighbour for God's sake is the fulfilment 2 1, 22| authority: "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself;" but, "Thou 3 1, 22| Whoever, then, loves his neighbour aright, ought to urge upon 4 1, 22| in this way, loving his neighbour as himself, a man turns 5 1, 22| both for himself and his neighbour into the channel of the 6 1, 26| command to love God and our neighbour includes a command to love 7 1, 26| to God above us, and our neighbour beside us. "Thou shalt love," 8 1, 26| and thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two 9 1, 26| God and the love of our neighbour. Now, if you take yourself 10 1, 26| body together, and your neighbour in his entirety, soul and 11 1, 26| said, "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself," it at once 12 1, 30| commanded us to love our neighbour made no exception, as far 13 1, 30| asked Him, "And who is my neighbour?" He told him of a certain 14 1, 30| showed him that nobody was neighbour to this man except him who 15 1, 30| teaching us that he is our neighbour whom it is our duty to help 16 1, 30| in turn to help us is our neighbour. For the name "neighbour" 17 1, 30| neighbour. For the name "neighbour" is a relative one, and 18 1, 30| relative one, and no one can be neighbour except to a neighbour. And, 19 1, 30| be neighbour except to a neighbour. And, again, who does not 20 1, 30| namely, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. Love worketh 21 1, 30| Love worketh no ill to his neighbour." Whoever then supposes 22 1, 30| is to be considered our neighbour, because we are to work 23 1, 30| mercy is by right called a neighbour, it is manifest that the 24 1, 30| the command to love our neighbour embraces the holy angels 25 1, 30| desired to be called our neighbour. For our Lord Jesus Christ 26 1, 30| distinct from that to love our neighbour. For He shows us pity on 27 1, 35| the love of God and our neighbour~ 28 1, 36| twofold love of God and our neighbour, does not yet understand 29 2, 6| that is, of God and their neighbour; how is it, I say, that 30 2, 7| for His own sake, and our neighbour for God's sake; and that 31 2, 7| all the mind, and one's neighbour as one's self that is, in 32 2, 7| that all our love for our neighbour, like all our love for ourselves, 33 2, 7| and such a love for his neighbour as Scripture enjoins. Then 34 2, 7| diligently in the love of his neighbour; and when he has reached 35 2, 7| affections as not to place his neighbour before, or even in comparison 36 2, 23| love towards God and our neighbour, but they waste the hearts 37 3, 10| the love of God and one's neighbour; soundness of doctrine to 38 3, 10| knowledge of God and one's neighbour. Every man, moreover, has 39 3, 10| knowledge of God and his neighbour. Now all these matters have 40 3, 10| enjoyment of ones self and one's neighbour in subordination to God; 41 3, 10| enjoying one's self and one's neighbour, and other corporeal things, 42 3, 12| love towards God or our neighbour, or both. For as it was 43 3, 14| when to the love of one's neighbour, puts an end to all crimes. 44 3, 15| to one's self and one's neighbour for God's sake. Accordingly, 45 3, 21| one ewe-lamb, and whose neighbour, though he had many, yet 46 3, 21| flock, but set his poor neighbour's one lamb before his guest 47 4, 29| words every one from his neighbour. For those who steal take


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