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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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art

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| a full knowledge of the art of reading simply through 2 1, 29 | particular actor, and enjoys his art as a great or even as the 3 1, 31 | I said to the LORD, Thou art my God, for Thou neediest 4 2, 20 | cures which the medical art condemns, whether these 5 2, 37 | This art, however, when it is learnt, 6 2, 37 | is ascertained. But the art previously spoken of, which 7 3, 18 | wife. For he says: "Blessed art Thou, O God of our fathers, 8 3, 37 | is not to be found in the art of rhetoric. And when an 9 4, 2 | Christian teacher to use the art of rhetoric~ 10 4, 2 | Now, the art of rhetoric being available 11 4, 2 | shall be ignorant of that art? That the former are to 12 4, 3 | one who cannot learn this art quickly can never thoroughly 13 4, 3 | inquire? For even if this art can occasionally be in the 14 4, 3 | according to the rules of art. Nevertheless, in the speeches 15 4, 3 | without being taught any art of speech, simply by reading 16 4, 3 | eloquent men. For even the art of grammar, which teaches 17 4, 5 | those who think that the art of rhetoric should be taught: 18 4, 7 | same kind are taught in the art of elocution. As then I 19 4, 7 | which are taught in the art of rhetoric? Is it not more 20 4, 7 | not even skill in their art: "they thought that they 21 4, 7 | those laid down in that art which I learnt and used 22 4, 7 | was it composed by man's art and care, but it flowed 23 4, 7 | which are laid down in the art of oratory could not have 24 4, 13 | assigned in eloquence to the art of pleasing. And yet even 25 4, 16 | to do Thy will; for Thou art my God." And so the same 26 4, 21 | addressing the Son says, 'Thou art a priest forever after the 27 4, 21 | finished with consummate art, another painter should 28 4, 21 | For, granting that thou art not immodest in thy behaviour 29 4, 21 | towards men, and that thou art not polluted in mind by 30 4, 21 | than thine own, when thou art afraid to show thyself? 31 4, 21 | to show thyself? If thou art comely why dost thou hide 32 4, 21 | thy comeliness? If thou art plain, why test thou lyingly 33 4, 21 | please another man; and thou art angry if he love another, 34 4, 21 | taught adultery in thee. Thou art the evil promptress of thine


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