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43 might
43 object
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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pleasure

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| which we pass, and the very pleasure of the motion, charm our 2 2, 6| know why, I feel greater pleasure in contemplating holy men, 3 2, 6| It is with the greatest pleasure, too, that I recognize them 4 2, 6| the seeking gives greater pleasure in the finding. For those 5 2, 21| set in order after His own pleasure, and they have a fixed movement, 6 2, 37| these laws, we derive more pleasure from them as exhibitions 7 2, 38| Virgil could at his own pleasure make the first syllable 8 2, 38| power to determine at his pleasure that three times three are 9 2, 39| by reason of the varying pleasure of their founders, and unknown 10 3, 6| bondage they were doing the pleasure of the one invisible God 11 4, 5| men. For his proof gives pleasure when he cannot please by 12 4, 5| speakers are heard with pleasure; wise speakers with profit. 13 4, 7| speech, give the greater pleasure when brought to light. In 14 4, 7| their luxury in seeking pleasure for the sense of hearing. 15 4, 10| point. For if a man gives pleasure when he throws light upon 16 4, 10| told for the sake of the pleasure they give, if the attention 17 4, 10| these classes will derive pleasure even from hearing another 18 4, 10| treating of the mode of giving pleasure. I am speaking of the mode 19 4, 12| simply teaches or gives pleasure. For this reason also to 20 4, 12| is it a necessity to give pleasure; for when, in the course 21 4, 12| style should of itself give pleasure; but the truth itself, when 22 4, 12| naked simplicity, gives pleasure, because it is the truth. 23 4, 12| are frequently a source of pleasure when they are brought to 24 4, 12| their falsity that gives pleasure; but as it is true that 25 4, 12| shows this to be true gives pleasure. ~ 26 4, 14| sake of being read with pleasure. But may God avert from 27 4, 14| iniquitous, be listened to with pleasure. But this, of course, cannot 28 4, 14| Thee among much people," no pleasure is derived from that species 29 4, 15| with intelligence, with pleasure, and with obedience; and 30 4, 17| either to teach, or to give pleasure, or to move, and should 31 4, 17| with intelligence, with pleasure, and with ready compliance. 32 4, 17| viz., teaching, giving pleasure, and moving, that the great 33 4, 17| style, in order to give pleasure, and great things in a majestic 34 4, 18| anything, but only to give him pleasure, occupy as it were a middle 35 4, 21| thou can't not enjoy the pleasure of the lie either in thine 36 4, 25| but merely to give him pleasure. We, however, ought to make 37 4, 26| intelligence merely, but with pleasure as well. Again, why do we 38 4, 26| that he can neither give pleasure nor enforce conviction? 39 4, 26| speak thus, except by the pleasure that truth so irresistibly 40 4, 26| intelligible, but to give pleasure and to bring home conviction 41 4, 26| it to make the giving of pleasure its sole aim, which is all 42 4, 26| perspicuity this style cannot give pleasure. And so the three qualities, 43 4, 26| listen if he receives no pleasure? Wherefore, in this style, 44 4, 31| reader or hearer who finds pleasure in it will not think it


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