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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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eloquent

   Book, Chapter
1 4, 3| find it easier to become eloquent by reading and listening 2 4, 3| reading and listening to eloquent speakers than by following 3 4, 3| Nevertheless, in the speeches of eloquent men, we find rules of eloquence 4 4, 3| For it is because they are eloquent that they exemplify these 5 4, 3| use them in order to be eloquent. ~ 6 4, 3| why should not men become eloquent without being taught any 7 4, 3| learning the speeches of eloquent men, and by imitating them 8 4, 3| rhetorical rules, are more eloquent than many who have learnt 9 4, 3| but we know no one who is eloquent without having read and 10 4, 3| speeches and debates of eloquent men. For even the art of 11 4, 5| of the man who abounds in eloquent nonsense, and so much the 12 4, 5| that because the speaker is eloquent what he says must be true. 13 4, 5| exercise himself in imitating, eloquent men, than advise him to 14 4, 5| but with wisdom also. For eloquent speakers are heard with 15 4, 5| that the multitude of the eloquent, but "the multitude of the 16 4, 6| considered wise only, or eloquent as well. A question which 17 4, 6| that nothing can be more eloquent. And I venture to affirm 18 4, 7| be themselves learned and eloquent, despise our prophets as 19 4, 7| For if, as certain very eloquent and acute men have perceived 20 4, 7| writers are not only wise but eloquent also, with an eloquence 21 4, 12| has truly said that "an eloquent man must speak so as to 22 4, 13| as to be practiced. The eloquent divine, then, when he is 23 4, 17| he may justly be called eloquent, even though he do not carry 24 4, 17| subserve: "He, then, shall be eloquent, who can say little things 25 4, 17| thus: "He, then, shall be eloquent, who can say little things 26 4, 25| object is to persuade, an eloquent man will speak persuasively, 27 4, 28| pitiable if they happen to be eloquent in speech. To speak eloquently, 28 4, 29| has been written by a more eloquent man than himself~ 29 4, 29| his manner of living be an eloquent sermon in itself. ~ 30 4, 29| that a wicked man who is eloquent may compose a discourse 31 4, 29| by a good man who is not eloquent; and when this takes place,


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