Quotes I liked from Augustine:
"Our only pleasure in doing it was that it was forbidden" (908).
"I was in love with love" (909).
"And I did fall in love, simply from wanting to" (909).
"The study of law, in which I meant to excel--and the less honest I was, the more famous I should be" (909).
"They were rightly called Overturners, since they had themselves been first overturned and perverted, tricked by those same devils who were secretly mocking them in the very acts by which they amused themselves in mocking and making fools of others" (910)."
Other noteworthy excerpts...
-Augustine mentions "this or that" when he tries to separate himself from the lustful women (914). I'm still a confused about what he's saying though, so I'm not sure if we can make any connections to Chuang Chou's "this or that". But when I read it, making that connection was my first response.
-I found it interesting how he interprets the sign of the child's voice coming from the nearby house. Why did he interpret the message as "open the bible to a random page and wherever your eyes land first, those are the words you should follow!" It seems kind of silly to me. In fact, I find the whole paragraph kind of silly.