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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| consider anything as his own, except perhaps what is false. All 2 1, arg | to show that all objects, except God, are for use; for, though 3 1, 2 | which are never employed except as signs: for example, words. 4 1, 2 | words. No one uses words except as signs of something else; 5 1, 6 | say. How do I know this, except from the fact that God is 6 1, 8 | cannot find such a rule, except by going beyond their own 7 1, 12 | that He was already here, except that it pleased God through 8 1, 17 | gracious and more merciful, except to forgive us all our sins, 9 1, 30 | was neighbour to this man except him who took pity upon him 10 1, 30 | no one can be neighbour except to a neighbour. And, again, 11 1, 31 | true object of enjoyment except that which makes us happy, 12 1, 33 | And this we must never do except in the case of the Blessed 13 1, 39 | not need the Scriptures except for the purpose of instructing 14 2, 2 | reason for giving a sign except the desire of drawing forth 15 2, 3 | we nod, we give no sign except to the eyes of the man to 16 2, 13 | then is purity of speech, except the preserving of the custom 17 2, 13 | the correction being made, except the usage of the singers. 18 2, 16 | fasted for forty days. And except by knowledge of and reflection 19 2, 25 | significance among men, except when they have mutually 20 2, 37 | arguing or forming opinions, except perhaps that they put the 21 2, 39 | found among the heathen, except information about objects, 22 2, 39 | useful mechanical arts, except also the sciences of reasoning 23 3, 10 | think nothing blameable except what the men of his own 24 3, 10 | worthy of praise or approval except what is sanctioned by the 25 3, 10 | Scripture enjoins nothing except charity, and condemns nothing 26 3, 10 | charity, and condemns nothing except lust, and in that way fashions 27 3, 12 | done at the present time, except through lust. And everything 28 3, 16 | benevolence, it is figurative. "Except ye eat the flesh of the 29 3, 18 | For no one will do this except lust has dominion over him, 30 3, 22 | time, cannot now be done except through lust. ~ 31 3, 37 | ground down on the earth, except that he himself is in his 32 3, 37 | Now all these rules, except the one about the promises 33 4, 3 | infants cannot learn to speak except by learning words and phrases 34 4, 15 | or to be heard saying, except God who knows the hearts 35 4, 15 | and in the way we ought, except Him in whose hand both we 36 4, 16 | fellow-men are of no avail except God gives them virtue (who 37 4, 20 | written in the subdued style, except at the end, where it rises 38 4, 26 | teach by divine testimony, except that we wish to carry the 39 4, 26 | upon men who speak thus, except by the pleasure that truth


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