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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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attention

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 30| be shown by turning the attention to many passages of Holy 2 1, 37| works, and through diligent attention to the precepts of morality, 3 2, 1| that it is so, but through attention to experience we come to 4 2, 14| help of our memory turn our attention to the matter and learn 5 2, 21| genethliaci, on account of their attention to birthdays, but are now 6 2, 23| which are connected with attention to medicinal charms and 7 2, 25| he will give his whole attention to them in vain. Yet all 8 2, 25| pay a sufficient degree of attention to them, and keep them in 9 2, 29| Scripture, and by engaging the attention unprofitably is a hindrance 10 2, 36| that variety arrests men's attention without wearying them. And 11 2, 39| above-mentioned studies attention should be given, and in 12 2, 39| men also withdraw their attention from such institutions of 13 3, arg| and is to be resolved by attention to the context, a comparison 14 3, arg| which he commends to the attention of the student of Holy Scripture. ~ 15 3, 2| pronunciation. Accordingly, if, when attention is given to the passage, 16 3, 6| And although they paid attention to the signs of spiritual 17 4, 3| enough that boys should give attention to it; and even of these, 18 4, 7| of directing the reader's attention more particularly to the 19 4, 10| pleasure they give, if the attention be directed not to the things 20 4, 12| pleased in order to secure his attention, so he must be persuaded 21 4, 13| the truth gives careful attention to what he says? If the 22 4, 13| please so as to keep up the attention, but he must also sway the 23 4, 22| fail to retain the hearer's attention; but when we pass from one 24 4, 22| which prevent the hearer's attention from cooling or becoming 25 4, 26| him if he do not arrest attention by some beauty of style?


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