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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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sign

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 2| What a thing is, and what a sign~ 2 1, 2| which is never employed as a sign of anything else: for example, 3 1, 2| else. Accordingly, every sign is also a thing; for what 4 1, 2| however, is not also a sign. And so, in regard to this 5 2, arg| He first defines what a sign is, and shows that there 6 2, 1| what they signify. For a sign is a thing which, over and 7 2, 1| intention of making it a sign that it is so, but through 8 2, 2| any reason for giving a sign except the desire of drawing 9 2, 2| mind what the giver of the sign has in his own mind. We 10 2, 3| when we nod, we give no sign except to the eyes of the 11 2, 3| to whom we wish by this sign to impart our desire. And 12 2, 3| Lord, it is true, gave a sign through the odour of the 13 2, 41| in the earth. And by this sign of the cross all Christian 14 3, 7| gods. If, then, to take a sign which has been established 15 3, 9| Now he is in bondage to a sign who uses, or pays homage 16 3, 9| uses or honours a useful sign divinely appointed, whose 17 3, 9| understands, does not honour the sign which is seen and temporal, 18 3, 9| does not understand what a sign signifies, but yet knows 19 3, 9| but yet knows that it is a sign, is not in bondage. And 20 3, 12| to God or a prophet, the sign of some great truth. Keeping 21 4, 21| consumed the offering. Now this sign seems to indicate that the 22 4, 21| rose out of it, this was a sign that our Lord's flesh, filled


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