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objection 4
objections 3
objectors 1
objects 39
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39 anything
39 certain
39 except
39 objects
38 desire
38 form
38 whatever
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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objects

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| by him as to the proper objects of faith, hope, and love. 2 1, arg | goes on to show that all objects, except God, are for use; 3 1, arg | And we ourselves are not objects of enjoyment to God: he 4 1, 3 | Those things which are objects of enjoyment make us happy. 5 1, 3 | Those things which are objects of use assist, and (so to 6 1, 3 | placed among both kinds of objects, if we set ourselves to 7 1, 3 | pursuit of the real and proper objects of enjoyment. ~ 8 1, 4 | which we ought to use into objects of enjoyment, we become 9 1, 5 | The true objects of enjoyment, then, are 10 1, 5 | rather the cause of all objects, or indeed even if He is 11 1, 7 | excels in dignity all other objects. ~ 12 1, 9 | lower and less valuable objects in preference to that which 13 1, 22 | those only are the true objects of enjoyment which we have 14 1, 23 | Those things which are objects of use are not all, however, 15 1, 24 | the enjoyment of unworthy objects. They are not destroying 16 1, 25 | they might obtain other objects which they valued more highly. 17 1, 31 | then does He love us? As objects of use or as objects of 18 1, 31 | As objects of use or as objects of enjoyment? If He enjoys 19 1, 32 | of using. For when we use objects, we do so with a view to 20 1, 40 | anxious to speak about the objects of faith, as far as I thought 21 2, 10 | are used to point out the objects they were designed to point 22 2, 26 | and likenesses of natural objects. And of these, such as have 23 2, 26 | the way of more important objects to which they ought to be 24 2, 29 | Scripture, not that these objects are to be used conformably 25 2, 39 | except information about objects, either past or present, 26 3, 1 | knowledge of certain necessary objects, so as not to be ignorant 27 3, 12 | whoever uses transitory objects less freely than is the 28 3, 12 | it is not the use of the objects, but the lust of the user, 29 3, 25 | be drawn either from like objects or from objects having some 30 3, 25 | from like objects or from objects having some affinity. ~ 31 3, 25 | And in the same way other objects are not single in their 32 4, 4 | made them so, the remaining objects are to be carried out in 33 4, 12 | grieve when you heap up objects for grief, and rejoice when 34 4, 12 | whom you present to him as objects of pity, and shrink from 35 4, 17 | despise any of those three objects, either to teach, or to 36 4, 21 | virgins, who, as they are the objects of higher honour, are also 37 4, 21 | higher honour, are also the objects of greater care. These are 38 4, 27 | though they seek their own objects, they do not dare to teach 39 4, 28 | rightly exercised unless the objects of love are true and not


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