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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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persuade

   Book, Chapter
1 2, 36| though sometimes used to persuade men of what is false~ 2 4, 2| those who are trying to persuade men of what is false are 3 4, 12| teach, to delight, and to persuade." Then he adds: "To teach 4 4, 12| delight is a beauty, to persuade is a triumph." Now of these 5 4, 12| he wishes to delight or persuade his hearer as well, he will 6 4, 12| On the same principle, to persuade is not a necessity: for 7 4, 12| For this reason also to persuade is a triumph, because it 8 4, 24| were ignorant of, or to persuade them of what they thought 9 4, 25| necessary either to instruct or persuade them, beauty of style may 10 4, 25| persuasively, and its object is to persuade, an eloquent man will speak 11 4, 25| instruct the hearer, or to persuade him to any course of action, 12 4, 25| by the use of this style persuade men to cultivate good habits


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