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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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majestic

   Book, Chapter
1 3, 9| very easy to perform, most majestic in their significance, and 2 4, arg| subdued, the elegant, and the majestic; the first serving for instruction, 3 4, 17| style, and great things in a majestic style:" as if he had taken 4 4, 17| pleasure, and great things in a majestic style, in order to sway 5 4, 19| be speaking of them in a majestic tone, but in a subdued tone 6 4, 20| The majestic style of speech differs 7 4, 21| excited and set on fire by the majestic style. Cyprian the martyr, 8 4, 21| respects by the power of a majestic eloquence. ~ 9 4, 21| shall select examples of the majestic style from their treatment 10 4, 21| subdued nor temperate, but majestic throughout. Now in these 11 4, 22| without variety than the majestic style. For the mental emotion 12 4, 22| follows from this, that the majestic style, if it is to be long 13 4, 23| style should be used. In the majestic style, for instance, it 14 4, 23| subdued style even where the majestic would be allowable, in order 15 4, 23| allowable, in order that the majestic when it is used may be the 16 4, 23| is used may be the more majestic by comparison and may as 17 4, 23| course of action. In the majestic style, then, and in the 18 4, 23| never needs the aid of the majestic; for its object is to gratify, 19 4, 24| effects produced by the majestic style~ 20 4, 24| that he is speaking in the majestic style; for this effect is 21 4, 24| beauties of the temperate. The majestic style, on the other hand, 22 4, 24| all who are moved by the majestic style act accordingly, and 23 4, 25| he says is true; in the majestic style, he persuades them 24 4, 25| effecting when we use the majestic style. For we may by the 25 4, 26| persuasive power to the majestic. On the contrary, all speech, 26 4, 26| the hearer's mind by the majestic style (and this is always 27 4, 26| of course, speak in the majestic style. But who can be moved 28 4, 28| temperate, elegant, and in the majestic, forcible. But the man who


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