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1 1, 6 | things opinions ~differ. Plato held the existence of separate 2 1, 9 | speaks in a similar way to Plato, who said ~that the first 3 1, 11 | opinions. Pythagoras and Plato, seeing that the "one" ~ 4 1, 15 | rejects the opinion ~of Plato, who held that ideas existed 5 1, 15 | of these, ~according to Plato's teaching, who first taught 6 1, 15 | As ideas, according to Plato, are principles of the ~ 7 1, 15 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Plato is said by some to have 8 1, 15 | individual things, according to ~Plato, have no other idea than 9 1, 18 | It is in ~this sense that Plato also taught that God moves 10 1, 18 | which reason, in ~fact, Plato held that the "separate" 11 1, 19 | movement. This ~is what Plato meant when he said that 12 1, 22 | even to creatures. Thus ~Plato's opinion, as narrated by 13 1, 29 | except in the ~opinion of Plato, who asserted that the species 14 1, 39 | why we say that Socrates, Plato and Cicero are "three men"; 15 1, 39 | For neither Socrates, nor Plato, nor anyone else is every 16 1, 44 | 1] Body Para. 2/2~Hence Plato said (Parmen. xxvi) that 17 1, 44 | or ideas, according to Plato. But we must take into ~ 18 1, 46 | Anaxagoras, Empedocles and Plato, and brings forward reasons 19 1, 47 | of God governing all; and Plato (Tim.), from the unity of 20 1, 50 | the separate substances. Plato contended that the separate ~ 21 1, 50 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Plato says in the Timaeus: "O 22 1, 50 | By the expression 'gods' Plato understands the heavenly ~ 23 1, 65 | this has been stated. For Plato held that the forms ~of 24 1, 66 | completed by form; thus ~Plato says that matter is "place" [* 25 1, 66 | people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato (Timaeus xxvi), nevertheless, 26 1, 66 | otherwise agreeing with Plato, ~says that fire is signified 27 1, 66 | philosophers have ~differed. Plato and all who preceded Aristotle 28 1, 66 | some bodies was ascribed by Plato, not to the ~condition of 29 1, 66 | follows in this the opinion of Plato, who does ~not admit a fifth 30 1, 68 | Such was the opinion of Plato, who ~held that element 31 1, 68 | incompatible with the opinion of Plato, according to whom ~the 32 1, 70 | object moved, and since Plato holds the heavenly ~bodies 33 1, 74 | the air or the wind, as Plato also did, and says that 34 1, 75 | as has been ~said (A[1]). Plato, however, drew a distinction 35 1, 75 | composed of soul and body. Plato, through supposing that 36 1, 76 | we say that Socrates or Plato understands, it is clear 37 1, 76 | virtue of his whole self, as Plato maintained, ~holding that 38 1, 76 | men. This is clear if, as Plato maintained, man is the intellect ~ 39 1, 76 | follow that Socrates and Plato are one man; and that ~they 40 1, 76 | distinction between Socrates and Plato would be no ~other than 41 1, 76 | to say that Socrates and Plato are ~otherwise than one 42 1, 76 | according to the ~opinion of Plato, the thing understood exists 43 1, 76 | Para. 1/6~I answer that, Plato held that there were several 44 1, 76 | Para. 2/6~The opinion of Plato might be maintained if, 45 1, 76 | Did. vii, 6), ~against Plato, that if the idea of an 46 1, 77 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Plato's opinion was that sensation 47 1, 77 | makes use of the opinions of Plato, not asserting ~them as 48 1, 39 | why we say that Socrates, Plato and Cicero are "three men"; 49 1, 39 | For neither Socrates, nor Plato, nor anyone else is every 50 1, 45 | 1] Body Para. 2/2~Hence Plato said (Parmen. xxvi) that 51 1, 45 | or ideas, according to Plato. But we must take into ~ 52 1, 47 | Anaxagoras, Empedocles and Plato, and brings forward reasons 53 1, 48 | God governing all; and Plato (Tim.), from the unity of 54 1, 51 | the separate substances. Plato contended that the separate ~ 55 1, 51 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Plato says in the Timaeus: "O 56 1, 51 | By the expression 'gods' Plato understands the heavenly ~ 57 1, 66 | this has been stated. For Plato held that the forms ~of 58 1, 67 | completed by form; thus ~Plato says that matter is "place" [* 59 1, 67 | people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato (Timaeus xxvi), nevertheless, 60 1, 67 | otherwise agreeing with Plato, ~says that fire is signified 61 1, 67 | philosophers have ~differed. Plato and all who preceded Aristotle 62 1, 67 | some bodies was ascribed by Plato, not to the ~condition of 63 1, 67 | follows in this the opinion of Plato, who does ~not admit a fifth 64 1, 69 | Such was the opinion of Plato, who ~held that element 65 1, 69 | incompatible with the opinion of Plato, according to whom ~the 66 1, 71 | object moved, and since Plato holds the heavenly ~bodies 67 1, 73 | the air or the wind, as Plato also did, and says that 68 1, 74 | as has been ~said (A[1]). Plato, however, drew a distinction 69 1, 74 | composed of soul and body. Plato, through supposing that 70 1, 75 | we say that Socrates or Plato understands, it is clear 71 1, 75 | virtue of his whole self, as Plato maintained, ~holding that 72 1, 75 | men. This is clear if, as Plato maintained, man is the intellect ~ 73 1, 75 | follow that Socrates and Plato are one man; and that ~they 74 1, 75 | distinction between Socrates and Plato would be no ~other than 75 1, 75 | to say that Socrates and Plato are ~otherwise than one 76 1, 75 | according to the ~opinion of Plato, the thing understood exists 77 1, 75 | Para. 1/6~I answer that, Plato held that there were several 78 1, 75 | Para. 2/6~The opinion of Plato might be maintained if, 79 1, 75 | Did. vii, 6), ~against Plato, that if the idea of an 80 1, 76 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Plato's opinion was that sensation 81 1, 76 | makes use of the opinions of Plato, not asserting ~them as 82 1, 78 | According to the opinion of Plato, there is no need for ~an 83 1, 78 | explained farther on (A[4]). For Plato supposed that the forms 84 1, 78 | received into the air: while Plato compared the separate intellect ~ 85 1, 78 | separate intellect, which Plato compares to the sun; but 86 1, 83 | Para. 2/5~After these came Plato, who, wishing to save the 87 1, 83 | Para. 4/5~Now it seems that Plato strayed from the truth because, 88 1, 83 | a contrary opinion. For Plato, having observed that the ~ 89 1, 83 | in the Meno (xv seqq.) of Plato, concerning a certain ~individual. 90 1, 83 | upwards; for this reason did Plato hold that ~naturally man' 91 1, 83 | And this ~in two ways. For Plato, as we have said (A[1]), 92 1, 83 | so ~Avicenna agrees with Plato in this, that the intelligible 93 1, 83 | separate forms; but these Plato held ~to subsist of themselves, 94 1, 83 | has innate knowledge, as Plato, who held that the ~participated 95 1, 83 | come back to the opinion of Plato who ~said that all knowledge 96 1, 83 | to faith he amended. Now Plato held, as we ~have said above ( 97 1, 83 | for the ideas defended by Plato, substituted the types of 98 1, 83 | 84] A[6] Body Para. 2/4~Plato, on the other hand, held 99 1, 83 | without." Thus according ~to Plato, neither does intellectual 100 1, 83 | middle course. For with Plato he agreed that intellect ~ 101 1, 83 | some superior beings, as Plato held; but that the higher ~ 102 1, 83 | according to the opinion of Plato, the ~imagination has an 103 1, 84 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2~But Plato, considering only the immateriality 104 1, 84 | existing in matter, ~as Plato held. But it is not so, 105 1, 84 | immaterial things. ~Because Plato failed to consider the twofold 106 1, 84 | seen to ~be Socrates or Plato; and the same is true as 107 1, 84 | secondary." But according to Plato, who held that universals 108 1, 84 | principle of existence, as Plato thought: since at times 109 1, 86 | singularly, as when Socrates or Plato perceives ~that he has an 110 1, 87 | that, In the opinion of Plato, immaterial substances are 111 1, 87 | understand first of all. ~For Plato taught that immaterial subsisting 112 1, 102 | reproves the opinion of ~Plato who divides providence into 113 1, 102 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Plato's opinion is to be rejected, 114 1, 109 | immaterial ~substances. For Plato laid down that immaterial 115 1, 109 | course. For he agreed with Plato in supposing some spiritual ~ 116 1, 109 | passive ~elements; because, as Plato also said, he held that 117 1, 109 | substances. But he differed ~from Plato because he supposed only 118 1, 114 | be derived from that of Plato. For Plato held ~that all 119 1, 114 | from that of Plato. For Plato held ~that all forms existing 120 1, 114 | goes further than that of Plato. For Plato ~held only substantial 121 1, 114 | than that of Plato. For Plato ~held only substantial forms 122 1, 114 | dense." Consequently both Plato and Avicenna, who ~follows 123 2, 13 | thus if a hungry man, as Plato says (Cf. De ~Coelo ii, 124 2, 31 | is ~not a "becoming" as Plato [*Phileb. 32,33] maintained, 125 2, 34 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Plato held neither with the Stoics, 126 2, 51 | is natural to Socrates or Plato ~to be prone to sickness 127 2, 58 | Platonists maintained [*Cf. Plato, Meno xli.]; but also it 128 2, 61 | Plotinus, ~together with Plato foremost among teachers 129 2, 105 | best gives of the best," as Plato states (Tim. ii). ~Now the 130 2, 92 | For some ~[*The School of Plato] have thought that to offer 131 2, 97 | respect. Thus Socrates ~and Plato belong to the one species, " 132 2, 143 | with the eye, would, as Plato declares, arouse a wondrous 133 2, 150 | Augustine (De Vera ~Relig. iii) Plato "is said to have sacrificed 134 2, 150 | contemplation of truth: as Plato ~alone is related to have 135 2, 167 | according to the teaching of Plato, they should be ~extirpated 136 2, 170 | accord ~with the opinion of Plato [*Phaed. xxvii; Civit. vi], 137 3, 4 | held, ~although some say Plato believed that the separate 138 3, 16 | predicated of Socrates and Plato. Hence, ~since the Person 139 3, 16 | as we say "the person of Plato," ~on account of its different 140 3, 77 | dimensive quantity, hence Plato also assigned ~"great" and " 141 Suppl, 70| originated from the opinion of Plato, who ~held that the soul 142 Suppl, 72| according to the opinions ~of Plato and Avicenna. But in nature 143 Suppl, 76| wherefore Socrates and Plato are two men and ~not one


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