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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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understood

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 2| something else; and hence may be understood what I call signs: those 2 1, 4| may be clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, 3 2, 7| Scripture, whether when understood it strikes at some of our 4 2, 7| of our sins, or, when not understood, we feel as if we could 5 2, 10| prevent Scripture from being understood~ 6 2, 10| what is written from being understood: its being veiled either 7 2, 12| domestics of thy seed" may be understood figuratively of Christians, 8 2, 12| means a calf, some have not understood that "moscheumata" are shoots 9 3, 3| the answer "No" being understood. And in the same way we 10 3, 3| the answer "No" being understood to every one of these questions. 11 3, 5| were said literally, it is understood in a carnal manner. And 12 3, 26| in which they are to be understood in obscure passages. For 13 3, 27| the same words might be understood in several senses, all of 14 3, 34| that by species should be understood a part, by genus the whole 15 3, 34| which are only properly understood when applied to Christ and 16 3, 34| immediately follows, too, may be understood as applying to the same 17 3, 34| life; and by sentient he understood intelligent life. And thus 18 3, 37| person, are of course to be understood of the devil; and yet the 19 3, 37| make one meaning to be understood where another is expressed, 20 3, 37| intention that another should be understood we have a figurative expression, 21 3, 37| in which things are to be understood just as they are expressed, 22 3, 37| expressed and another is to be understood, and which I have just finished 23 4, 3| rhetoric are either not understood, or if, after great labour 24 4, 3| be in some small measure understood, they prove of no service. 25 4, 8| those who in after ages understood and explained them aright 26 4, 8| first and chief aim to be understood, using as far as possible 27 4, 8| be very easily or quickly understood, the reason will lie not 28 4, 9| some passages which are not understood in their proper force, or 29 4, 9| their proper force, or are understood with great difficulty, at 30 4, 9| in such a style that, if understood, they, so to speak, draw 31 4, 9| own readers, and if not understood, give no trouble to those 32 4, 10| as necessary to our being understood, not only in conversations, 33 4, 10| ascertained that what he says is understood, he ought either to bring 34 4, 12| say as long as he is not understood; for although what he has 35 4, 12| understand it. If, however, he is understood, he has said his say, whatever


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