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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| teachers they themselves learnt to read. Now, they would 2 pref, 0| grant that every one of us learnt his own language by hearing 3 pref, 0| any other language we have learnt, Greek, or Hebrew, or any 4 pref, 0| any of the rest, we have learnt either in the same way, 5 pref, 0| and learn whatever can be learnt from man; and let him who 6 pref, 0| with another, if men never learnt anything from their fellow-men. ~ 7 pref, 0| communicates to others what he has learnt himself. Just so, the man 8 1, 2 | about signs; but things are learnt by means of signs. I now 9 2, 14 | than those which they have learnt from Scripture, but which 10 2, 28 | Scriptures, even if it be learnt without the pale of the 11 2, 28 | that our Lord Jesus Christ learnt all those sayings of His, 12 2, 28 | successors these men assert Plato learnt theology, lived at a date 13 2, 28 | that those philosophers learnt whatever they said that 14 2, 28 | that the Lord Jesus Christ learnt from the writings of Plato, 15 2, 31 | reasoning may easily be learnt in the schools, outside 16 2, 37 | art, however, when it is learnt, is not to be used so much 17 2, 37 | supposing that when they have learnt these things they have learnt 18 2, 37 | learnt these things they have learnt the true secret of a happy 19 2, 37 | which these sciences are learnt, than in going through the 20 2, 37 | not give those who have learnt them an inclination to lead 21 2, 42 | For whatever man may have learnt from other sources, if it 22 2, 42 | find there all that he has learnt of useful elsewhere, he 23 2, 42 | nowhere else, but can be learnt only in the wonderful sublimity 24 3, 6 | spiritual meaning, they had learnt to adore the One Eternal 25 3, 29 | the Scriptures, and have learnt these figures of speech 26 3, 29 | advise, however, that they be learnt elsewhere, although indeed 27 3, 29 | tropes which are said to be learnt as a matter of liberal education 28 3, 29 | ordinary speech of men who have learnt no grammar, but are content 29 4, 1 | rhetoric such as I have learnt, and taught too, in the 30 4, 1 | whatever use they have is to be learnt elsewhere; and if any good 31 4, 3 | eloquence or oratory) may be learnt apart from these writings 32 4, 3 | For even those who have learnt them, and who speak with 33 4, 3 | speaking, whether they had ever learnt them, or whether they had 34 4, 3 | eloquent than many who have learnt these; but we know no one 35 4, 3 | correctness of speech, need not be learnt by boys, if they have the 36 4, 7 | down in that art which I learnt and used to teach. But how 37 4, 11 | to know whatever is to be learnt, however rude and unpolished 38 4, 13 | is said, if it be not so learnt as to be practiced. The 39 4, 19 | Is nothing, then, to be learnt about Him? Or ought he who 40 4, 20 | we speak of is most fully learnt, that Jerome, a very learned


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