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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| the work, or who would do so, did I not conciliate them 2 pref, 0| which it is pointed. And so both these classes had better 3 pref, 0| persons could calm themselves so far as to remember that, 4 pref, 0| man (and if the fact be so, they boast of a real advantage, 5 pref, 0| is the gift of God. For so he seeks God's glory, not 6 pref, 0| has learnt himself. Just so, the man who explains to 7 pref, 0| to read for themselves. So that, just as he who knows 8 pref, 0| him what is written in it, so the man who is in possession 9 pref, 0| any gross absurdity. And so although it will sufficiently 10 1, 1 | them, though the wants of so many thousands were satisfied, 11 1, 1 | very act of breaking it, so those thoughts which the 12 1, 1 | multiplied by His grace, so that, in this very work 13 1, 1 | in which I have engaged, so far from incurring loss 14 1, 2 | is not also a sign. And so, in regard to this distinction 15 1, 3 | objects of use assist, and (so to speak) support us in 16 1, 3 | efforts after happiness, so that we can attain the things 17 1, 3 | sometimes even led away from it; so that, getting entangled 18 1, 4 | used, not enjoyed, that so the invisible things of 19 1, 5 | that will suitably express so great excellence, unless 20 1, 6 | not have been spoken. And so God is not even to be called " 21 1, 7 | exists a superior is God. And so all concur in believing 22 1, 8 | unwise, and never can become so. And if men never caught 23 1, 9 | Now, no one is so egregiously silly as to 24 1, 9 | splendour of its light, so clear and so near, is poured 25 1, 9 | its light, so clear and so near, is poured into his 26 1, 13 | own nature by the change: so the Divine Word, though 27 1, 14 | remedies is the way to health, so this remedy took up sinners 28 1, 14 | to its mere usefulness, so our medicine, Wisdom, was 29 1, 14 | those who despised God, so the latter is called foolishness, 30 1, 14 | We used our immortality so badly as to incur the penalty 31 1, 14 | Christ used His mortality so well as to restore us to 32 1, 15 | great He was who suffered so great things for them while 33 1, 15 | terror into the careless, so that they retake themselves 34 1, 15 | journey He has given us so freely of His Spirit, that 35 1, 19 | comes through repentance, so also the death of the body 36 1, 19 | after a better pattern, so we must hope and believe 37 1, 21 | And so faith clings to the assurance, 38 1, 21 | must believe that it is so in fact, that neither the 39 1, 22 | honour above the beasts. And so it becomes an important 40 1, 22 | enjoyment. For a man is never in so good a state as when his 41 1, 22 | mind in upon himself, and so is not occupied with anything 42 1, 22 | and with all thy mind:" so that you are to concentrate 43 1, 23 | man or an angel, or are so related to us as to need 44 1, 23 | Ruler of all things, does so that it may rule over itself 45 1, 23 | and over its own body; and so it cannot but love both 46 1, 24 | heaviness, that they hate. And so it is not no body, but an 47 1, 24 | changed for the better, so that its inordinate affections 48 1, 24 | supposing they could do so without suffering any pain, 49 1, 25 | measure he may love himself so as to be of service to himself. 50 1, 25 | measure to love his body, so as to care for it wisely 51 1, 25 | argue longer on a point so very plain, but this is 52 1, 27 | also under strict control, so that he neither loves what 53 1, 28 | not be given to both. Just so among men: since you cannot 54 1, 29 | remove it. Now, if this be so, what does it become us 55 1, 29 | as partakers with them in so great a blessing. ~ 56 1, 30 | And so also the Apostle Paul teaches 57 1, 30 | angels also, seeing that so great offices of mercy have 58 1, 32 | when we use objects, we do so with a view to the full 59 1, 32 | He is good we exist; and so far as we truly exist we 60 1, 32 | with impunity be evil; and so far as we are evil, so far 61 1, 32 | and so far as we are evil, so far is our existence less 62 1, 32 | AM has sent me unto you;" So that all other things that 63 1, 32 | to Him, and are good only so far as He has given it to 64 1, 32 | has given it to them to be so. That use, then, which God 65 1, 32 | but to ours only; and, so far as He is concerned, 66 1, 32 | for his advantage we do so; but somehow or other our 67 1, 34 | and as it were seals us, so that we are able to rest 68 1, 34 | not even our Lord Himself, so far as He has condescended 69 1, 37 | cannot be the true one: and so it comes to pass, one can 70 1, 37 | object of his love. And so these are the three things 71 1, 38 | than really belongs to it, so as to think it comparatively 72 1, 39 | strength of these three graces. So that in their case, I think, 73 1, 39 | as they may be called), so great an edifice of faith 74 1, 39 | perfect of course, I mean, so far as is possible in this 75 1, 40 | others or by myself. And so let this be the end of the 76 2, arg | and arts of the heathen, so far as they are true and 77 2, 1 | signs of something else, so now, when I come in its 78 2, 1 | making it a sign that it is so, but through attention to 79 2, 2 | discuss this class of signs so far as men are concerned 80 2, 3 | signs to the initiated, and, so to speak, address their 81 2, 6 | Some of the expressions are so obscure as to shroud the 82 2, 6 | does not please his hearer so much as when he draws the 83 2, 6 | and care for our welfare, so arranged the Holy Scriptures 84 2, 7 | overwhelmed in despair, and so he gradually comes to the 85 2, 7 | itself which can see God, so far as God can be seen by 86 2, 7 | world. For men see Him just so far as they die to this 87 2, 7 | they die to this world; and so far as they live to it they 88 2, 7 | at this stage, too, a man so purges the eye of his affections 89 2, 7 | Accordingly, that holy man will be so single and so pure in heart, 90 2, 7 | man will be so single and so pure in heart, that he will 91 2, 8 | the belief of the truth, so that they will not take 92 2, 8 | another, but running parallel, so to speak, and going over 93 2, 9 | understanding, still to read them so as to commit them to memory, 94 2, 9 | them to memory, or at least so as not to remain wholly 95 2, 9 | obscure passages, and in doing so draw examples from the plainer 96 2, 11 | knowledge, were it ever so little, of the two languages, 97 2, 12 | taken in its literal sense, so that a man may understand 98 2, 12 | for interpreters to differ so widely as not to touch at 99 2, 12 | both sharp and swift. And so he saw the true meaning 100 2, 12 | this error has crept into so many texts, that you can 101 2, 14 | meaning we do not know, so that where we happen to 102 2, 14 | and learn all about it. So great, however, is the force 103 2, 14 | correction of the texts, so that the uncorrected ones 104 2, 15 | seventy translators enjoyed so much of the presence and 105 2, 15 | judgment of them all; even so, it would not be right or 106 2, 15 | King Ptolemy, made known so long beforehand to the nations 107 2, 16 | interpreted that name, a meaning so important would lie unnoticed. 108 2, 16 | of comparison. The fact so well known about the serpent, 109 2, 16 | to draw from that animal, so ignorance of other animals, 110 2, 16 | drawback to the reader. And so in regard to minerals and 111 2, 16 | A candid mind, if I may so speak, cannot but be anxious, 112 2, 16 | ten chords to have just so many strings; or whether, 113 2, 17 | and purchase from him. It so happened that these artists 114 2, 18 | Varro has related, or is not so, still we ought not to give 115 2, 20 | poets are accustomed not so much to teach as to celebrate. 116 2, 20 | offensive name of physica, so as to appear not to be engaged 117 2, 20 | for frequently men are so superstitious as to venture 118 2, 21 | even find it out, yet in so far as they attempt thence 119 2, 21 | if they were able to know so much that they could weigh 120 2, 22 | the other out of the womb so closely that there is no 121 2, 22 | but often meet with fates so different that one of them 122 2, 22 | bear witness, which are now so widely spread as to be in 123 2, 22 | anxiously but in vain? And so these notions also, which 124 2, 23 | rebuked and cast it out, and so made the woman clean. ~ 125 2, 23 | omens of their own fancy, so also from things that are 126 2, 24 | omens are of force just so far as has been arranged 127 2, 24 | came to have meaning. And so they are made different 128 2, 24 | to its signification; and so, any one who knows both 129 2, 26 | intercourse of men, are, so far as they are not matters 130 2, 26 | they only occupy our minds so far as not to stand in the 131 2, 28 | and six years in building; so that, as this cannot be 132 2, 28 | initiated into our literature, so as to be able to teach and 133 2, 28 | those views of his which are so justly praised? For not 134 2, 29 | is known to most people; so the rising and setting and 135 2, 29 | about all this knowledge, so far as regards its utility. ~ 136 2, 30 | that kind; or those which, so to speak, assist God in 137 2, 31 | that are false, and yet so close an imitation of the 138 2, 32 | does not himself make it so, he only points out that 139 2, 32 | only points out that it is so. And it is upon this rule 140 2, 33 | the opinions are false, so the inferences may be unsound 141 2, 33 | antecedent is also false, so when the antecedent is proved 142 2, 35 | perhaps the fact is not so, says what possibly might 143 2, 36 | themselves true just in so far as they are effective 144 2, 36 | out that these things are so, than arranged that they 145 2, 36 | arranged that they should be so. ~ 146 2, 37 | learnt, is not to be used so much for ascertaining the 147 2, 38 | The man, however, who puts so high a value on these things 148 2, 39 | in relation to numbers, so that the theory of those 149 2, 40 | among them. Now these are, so to speak, their gold and 150 2, 41 | but charity edifieth." For so he will feel that, whatever 151 2, 42 | the reign of King Solomon, so poor is all the useful knowledge 152 2, 42 | instruction here pointed out, so that unknown signs have 153 2, 42 | grounded and built up in faith, so that knowledge cannot puff 154 3, 1 | become meek through piety, so as to have no love of strife; 155 3, 1 | knowledge of languages, so as not to be stopped by 156 3, 1 | certain necessary objects, so as not to be ignorant of 157 3, 1 | astray by ambiguous signs, I so far as I can give him instruction ( 158 3, 1 | as I was going to say, so far as I can give instruction, 159 3, 2 | was with God,and God was), so as to make the next sentence 160 3, 2 | strait betwixt two]; and so to add: "concupiscentiam 161 3, 2 | for that which is better; so that, while he is in a strait 162 3, 2 | filthiness of the flesh], so as to make the next sentence, " 163 3, 3 | will remain doubtful, but so that the reader will not 164 3, 3 | gives an affirmative answer, so that "out of Nazareth" is 165 3, 6 | advantage it had been to be so guided by the schoolmaster 166 3, 6 | with hands had not been so near to spiritual things. ~ 167 3, 7 | the flesh, how much more so is it to take signs intended 168 3, 8 | useful signs, and who were (so to speak) near to it, and, 169 3, 8 | these signs themselves, so that the gentiles were turned 170 3, 9 | liberty has shone forth so clearly in the resurrection 171 3, 9 | to what they refer, and so reveres them not in carnal 172 3, 9 | of weakness and bondage; so to interpret signs wrongly 173 3, 10 | hope in his own conscience, so far as he perceives that 174 3, 10 | or condemns what is not so opposed, and if at the same 175 3, 11 | crucified." But these are not so numerous, nor placed in 176 3, 12 | the other hand, uses them so as to transgress the bounds 177 3, 12 | Christ, anoints His feet (so to speak) with the most 178 3, 12 | most precious ointment. And so that which in the case of 179 3, 12 | tunics of that description: so we must take heed in regard 180 3, 14 | should do to you, do ye even so to them," I cannot be altered 181 3, 16 | in what follows, "for in so doing thou shalt heap coals 182 3, 16 | fixed on temporal things so that he gives no heed to 183 3, 16 | put figuratively for sin, so that it is his sin you are 184 3, 17 | Marry thy daughter, and so shalt thou have performed 185 3, 19 | tongue of flattery, and so become so light that a breath 186 3, 19 | flattery, and so become so light that a breath of rumour, 187 3, 21 | knew to what punishment so impious an adulterer and 188 3, 21 | is said in the parable, so that the sentence of condemnation 189 3, 23 | sees in the case of men so eminent both the storms 190 3, 25 | secret is pleasant." And so in a great many other case. 191 3, 26 | shield." And yet we are not so to understand it, as that 192 3, 27 | doctrine, he is free from blame so long as he is supported 193 3, 28 | light of Holy Scripture; so that when we wish to examine 194 3, 29 | For who does not say, "So may you flourish? " And 195 3, 30 | methods required which are so far from being embraced 196 3, 30 | these rules, attributes so much value to them that 197 3, 30 | occur to me, I consider none so necessary as to write a 198 3, 30 | obscure shall be elucidated, so that a man travelling through 199 3, 33 | but that faith itself was so far our own that it did 200 3, 34 | about species and genus. For so he calls it, intending that 201 3, 34 | come to be commonly known, so that even uneducated people 202 3, 34 | be unable to dwell. And so it is truly said to the 203 3, 35 | transfigured on the mount, so that His face shone as the 204 3, 36 | certain occurrences are so related, that the narrative 205 3, 36 | language in common. And so it is by way of recapitulation 206 3, 36 | watchful and intelligent so as to understand the recapitulation, 207 3, 37 | head and which to the body; so this last rule shows us 208 3, 37 | devil, whose truth is not so evident in regard to himself 209 3, 37 | just as they are expressed, so in the case of figurative 210 3, 37 | piety. But about signs, so far as relates to words, 211 3, 37 | in the following book, so far as God has given me 212 4, arg | the truth to the hearer, so that he may understand it, 213 4, 1 | compass of one book, and so finish the whole work in 214 4, 2 | introduce their subject, so as to put the hearer into 215 4, 3 | intellect, I do not think it of so much importance as to wish 216 4, 3 | them when they are speaking so as to speak in accordance 217 4, 4 | whether he has found them so, or has himself made them 218 4, 4 | or has himself made them so, the remaining objects are 219 4, 5 | in eloquent nonsense, and so much the more if the hearer 220 4, 5 | these the men who are not so retentive of the words, 221 4, 5 | the riches of Scripture, so that what he says in his 222 4, 5 | swallow wholesome bitters, so we must always avoid unwholesome 223 4, 5 | wholesomeness serviceable. And so there are writers of the 224 4, 6 | the person of the speaker, so there is a kind of eloquence 225 4, 6 | peculiarly their own, they so use this eloquence of ours 226 4, 6 | which they are put seem not so much to be sought out by 227 4, 7 | the rules of eloquence, so I do not deny that his wisdom 228 4, 7 | also. Are they Hebrews? so am I. Are they Israelites? 229 4, 7 | I. Are they Israelites? so am I. Are they the seed 230 4, 7 | they the seed of Abraham? so am I. Are they ministers 231 4, 7 | whole form and features (so to speak) of that diction 232 4, 7 | three: "Are they Hebrews? so am I. Are they Israelites? 233 4, 7 | I. Are they Israelites? so am I. Are they the seed 234 4, 7 | they the seed of Abraham? so am I." But a fourth section 235 4, 7 | eloquence which these men value so highly. ~ 236 4, 7 | to speak as if granting so much to his detractors, 237 4, 7 | the style. And I shall do so, quoting principally from 238 4, 7 | of the herd." If he had so expressed it, this would 239 4, 7 | the midst of the herd." So that it is at the discretion 240 4, 7 | the affliction of Joseph," so as to make a period of two 241 4, 7 | put Joseph for brother, so as to indicate brothers 242 4, 7 | intelligent reader will not be so much instructed by carefully 243 4, 9 | that, if understood, they, so to speak, draw their own 244 4, 9 | communicated, the teacher not being so anxious about the eloquence 245 4, 10 | have, or ought to have, so great an anxiety about teaching 246 4, 10 | may be taken to enforce it so as to bring it home to the 247 4, 10 | this, it ought to be done so moderately as not to lead 248 4, 12 | eloquent man must speak so as to teach, to delight, 249 4, 12 | to secure his attention, so he must be persuaded in 250 4, 12 | sweetness and elegance, so he is persuaded if he be 251 4, 13 | the sake at those who are so fastidious that they do 252 4, 13 | it is said, if it be not so learnt as to be practiced. 253 4, 13 | truth, must not only teach so as to give instruction, 254 4, 13 | instruction, and please so as to keep up the attention, 255 4, 13 | must also sway the mind so as to subdue the will. For 256 4, 14 | And so much labour has been spent 257 4, 14 | my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in 258 4, 14 | people should love to have it so. God forbid, I say, that 259 4, 14 | more chastened style, do so because they cannot attain 260 4, 14 | that style. for he has done so once, and that he does not 261 4, 15 | And so our Christian orator, while 262 4, 15 | succeed in this object, and so far as he succeeds, he will 263 4, 15 | by gifts of oratory; and so he ought to pray for himself, 264 4, 16 | longsuffering and doctrine." And so in the Epistle to Titus, 265 4, 16 | aged men be sober," and so on. And there, too: "These 266 4, 16 | principalities and powers," and so on. What then are we to 267 4, 16 | for Thou art my God." And so the same apostle says to 268 4, 16 | of mercy or benevolence; so the aids of teaching, applied 269 4, 18 | not, however, have done so in regard to ecclesiastical 270 4, 18 | that we say is important; so much so, that even what 271 4, 18 | say is important; so much so, that even what the preacher 272 4, 18 | is in the smallest coin; so the greatness of justice 273 4, 18 | speak to your shame. Is it so, that there is not a wise 274 4, 18 | is it that the apostle is so indignant, and that he thus 275 4, 18 | the changes in his tone, so frequent and so abrupt, 276 4, 18 | his tone, so frequent and so abrupt, testify to the depth 277 4, 18 | that he speaks in a tone so exalted about matters so 278 4, 18 | so exalted about matters so very trifling? Did secular 279 4, 18 | secular matters deserve so much at his hands? God forbid. 280 4, 18 | presence of God is with us, so that what we say is not 281 4, 19 | method of calm discussion, so that in regard to a subject 282 4, 19 | instead of being instructed so that he may learn something? 283 4, 20 | the mother of us all;" and so on. And in the same way 284 4, 20 | writings of which they boast so much. But care must be taken 285 4, 20 | utterances. Now our prophets were so far from being deficient 286 4, 20 | chiefly in that it is not so much decked out with verbal 287 4, 20 | heart is enlarged," and so on; it would be tedious 288 4, 20 | interposes one passage of so much feeling that, not withstanding 289 4, 21 | are yet profound, and are so written that one who is 290 4, 21 | has not first done for us: so that the cup which is offered 291 4, 21 | His thirsting people. And so it was at that time declared 292 4, 21 | nor her voice petulant; so that her outward appearance 293 4, 21 | of such a nature and of so great importance, requires 294 4, 21 | carry off with impunity so audacious an act of wickedness, 295 4, 21 | wish to have greater power so as to bring to nought the 296 4, 22 | style should be introduced so far as is consistent with 297 4, 24 | hearts and lives an evil so cruel and inveterate; it 298 4, 24 | not by clamorous applause so much as by groans, sometimes 299 4, 24 | censures, but are led to live so as themselves to deserve 300 4, 24 | praise, and to avoid living so as to incur blame. But no 301 4, 25 | favourably disposed towards it, so that it is not necessary 302 4, 25 | evil ones, if they are not so hardened as to need the 303 4, 26 | of speech, one to each, so that perspicuity is a merit 304 4, 26 | the subject: this style, so used, frequently calls forth 305 4, 26 | frequently calls forth applause so great that one can hardly 306 4, 26 | the pleasure that truth so irresistibly established, 307 4, 26 | irresistibly established, and so victoriously defended, naturally 308 4, 26 | cannot give pleasure. And so the three qualities, perspicuity, 309 4, 26 | obedience, you must speak so as to be both intelligible 310 4, 27 | they did what was evil. And so they followed their own 311 4, 28 | body too were deformed, so men who teach lies are the 312 4, 29 | his manner of life. And so God has said that they steal 313 4, 29 | they say and do not." And so, though they do not, yet 314 4, 30 | know such blessings come, so that all the praise may


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