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38 form
38 whatever
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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desire

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| it is a proper object of desire; for an unlawful use ought 2 1, 6| have done nothing more than desire to speak; and if I have 3 1, 23| inherent in the sinful soul to desire above all things, and to 4 1, 23| not just that it should desire what is beneath it to be 5 1, 25| does love himself, and does desire to do good to himself, nobody 6 1, 25| one is to be told not to desire the safety and health of 7 1, 29| chap. 29. We are to desire and endeavour that all men 8 1, 29| look for none. We ought to desire, however, that they should 9 1, 34| commence their journey who desire to attain to the truth, 10 1, 38| it is still an object of desire, for no one in his longing 11 2, 1| apart from any intention or desire of using them as signs, 12 2, 2| giving a sign except the desire of drawing forth and conveying 13 2, 3| this sign to impart our desire. And some convey a great 14 2, 7| what He commands us to desire and what to avoid. Now this 15 2, 22| But to desire to predict the characters, 16 2, 36| in moving men's minds to desire and aversion. And men rather 17 3, 2| strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, and to be with 18 3, 2| concupiscentiam habens " [having a desire for two things], or "compellor 19 3, 2| esse cum Christo" [having a desire to depart, and to be with 20 3, 2| evident that he says he has a desire for that which is better; 21 3, 2| betwixt two, yet he has a desire for one and sees a necessity 22 3, 2| necessity for the other; a desire, viz., to be with Christ, 23 3, 2| two, but also to have a desire for two. We must therefore 24 3, 2| esse cum Christo" [having a desire to depart, and to be with 25 3, 2| were asked why he has a desire for this in preference to 26 3, 21| his case the immoderate desire did not take up its abode 27 3, 21| reign he was inflamed with a desire for wisdom, but after he 28 3, 29| of voice the meaning we desire to convey; as when we say 29 3, 37| have received their very desire for knowledge, if it is 30 4, 5| of speech. But if a man desire to speak not only with wisdom, 31 4, 9| companion should have an earnest desire to learn the truth, and 32 4, 10| Now a strong desire for clearness sometimes 33 4, 10| the mode in which men who desire to learn ought to be taught. 34 4, 20| says: "Tell me, ye that desire to be under the law, do 35 4, 20| of the thought, not the desire for ornament, makes it seize 36 4, 20| Christ be formed in you, I desire to be present with you now, 37 4, 21| by fasting; and when the desire for refreshment does arise, 38 4, 25| object as this last? They may desire it who are vain of their


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