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1 1, 1 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. xiv, 1) "to this 2 1, 1 | divine things, as Augustine says (De Trin. xii, 14). But 3 1, 1 | Cor. 2:15). And Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii): ~"Hierotheus 4 1, 1 | essence of God, for Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i, iv): ~" 5 1, 1 | of argument. For Ambrose ~says (De Fide 1): "Put arguments 6 1, 1 | contrary, The Scripture says that a bishop should "embrace 7 1, 1 | charity. Hence the Apostle says: "Bringing into captivity ~ 8 1, 1 | doctors. Hence Augustine says (Epis. ad Hieron. xix, 1): " 9 1, 1 | This is what Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. i): "We cannot 10 1, 1 | is veiled, as Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ~i); and its 11 1, 1 | Reply OBJ 3: As Dionysius says, (Coel. Hier. i) it is more 12 1, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De util. cred. iii) that " 13 1, 1 | On the contrary, Gregory says (Moral. xx, 1): "Holy Writ 14 1, 1 | division. For as the Apostle says ~(Heb. 10:1) the Old Law 15 1, 1 | the New Law, and Dionysius says ~(Coel. Hier. i) "the New 16 1, 1 | unfitting, as Augustine says (Confess. xii), if, even 17 1, 1 | in allegory, as Augustine says (Epis. ~48). Nevertheless, 18 1, 2 | principles. ~But as Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i, 1,3), " 19 1, 2 | Philosopher (1 Poster. iii) ~says is true of the first principles 20 1, 2 | it happens, as Boethius says (Hebdom., the ~title of 21 1, 2 | not consist; as Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i, 4). Therefore 22 1, 2 | the contrary, The Apostle says: "The invisible things of 23 1, 2 | Reply OBJ 1: As Augustine says (Enchiridion xi): "Since 24 1, 3 | of love for all. Or, as says Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. ix), 25 1, 3 | Heb. 10:38), where God says: "But My just man liveth 26 1, 3 | On the contrary, Hilary says (Trin. vii): "In God existence 27 1, 3 | an accident, as Aristotle says (Phys. i). Therefore that 28 1, 3 | a subject", as Boethius says (De ~Trin.). Therefore in 29 1, 3 | existence; and as Boethius ~says (Hebdom.), although every 30 1, 3 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. iv, 6,7): "God 31 1, 3 | this ~argument, when he says (De Trin. vii): "God, Who 32 1, 3 | other things, ~for Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. iv): "The being 33 1, 3 | is a form; for Augustine says (De Verb. Dom., ~[*Serm. 34 1, 3 | the contrary, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii): "There can 35 1, 3 | them, ~as the Philosopher says (De Causis). ~Aquin.: SMT 36 1, 4 | Reply OBJ 1: As Gregory says (Moral. v, 26,29): "Though 37 1, 4 | the contrary, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v) that "God 38 1, 4 | perfect, because He lacks not (says the Commentator, ~Metaph. 39 1, 4 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. v), when he says that, "God exists not ~in 40 1, 4 | OBJ 3: The same Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v) that, although ~ 41 1, 4 | Reply OBJ 1: As Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ix), when Holy 42 1, 4 | because, ~as Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ix): "A mutual 43 1, 5 | from being. For Boethius ~says (De Hebdom.): "I perceive 44 1, 5 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 42) 45 1, 5 | Hence the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. i): "Goodness is 46 1, 5 | for we name God, as he says, from ~creatures, as a cause 47 1, 5 | non-being. Therefore Dionysius says that "goodness extends ~ 48 1, 5 | causes. For, as Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv), ~"Goodness 49 1, 5 | self-diffusive; for Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. iv) that goodness 50 1, 5 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 31) 51 1, 5 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Phys. ii) that "that is 52 1, 5 | like, as the Philosopher says (Meteor. iv); ~thirdly, 53 1, 5 | and ~order, as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 3): "Measure 54 1, 5 | and measure; for Ambrose says (Hexam. i, 9): "It ~is of 55 1, 5 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Nat. Boni. iii): "These ~ 56 1, 5 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Augustine says (De Nat. Boni. xxiii), " 57 1, 5 | predicaments, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. i). But the virtuous, 58 1, 6 | desire," as the Philosopher says ~(Ethic. i, 1). Now what 59 1, 6 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. ii) that, the 60 1, 6 | On the contrary, Boethius says (De Hebdom.), that "all 61 1, 6 | goodness. For ~Augustine says (De Trin. viii), "This and 62 1, 6 | 2: Further, as Boethius says (De Hebdom.), all things 63 1, 7 | imperfect, as the Philosopher says; because it has parts and 64 1, 7 | the contrary, Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i, 4) that " 65 1, 7 | abstract," as the Philosopher says (Phys. ii). But mathematics ~ 66 1, 7 | geometrician in his ~demonstrations says, "Let this line be infinite." 67 1, 8 | in Him. Hence Augustine says (Octog. ~Tri. Quaest. qu. 68 1, 8 | incorporeal things," ~as Boethius says (De Hebdom.), "are not in 69 1, 8 | Canticle of Canticles (5) says that, ~"God by a common 70 1, 8 | the soul, as Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 6), is "whole ~ 71 1, 8 | 6: Further, as Augustine says (Ep. 137), "The soul feels 72 1, 8 | On the contrary, Ambrose says (De Spir. Sanct. i, 7): " 73 1, 9 | mutable. But, as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit viii, ~20), " 74 1, 9 | alone. For ~the Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that "matter 75 1, 9 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Nat. Boni. i), "God 76 1, 9 | existence. ~Wherefore Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv) that "intellectual 77 1, 9 | good ~to evil, as Damascene says (De Fide ii, 3,4); the other 78 1, 10 | predicated of God; for Boethius says (De Trin. iv) that, "The 79 1, 10 | eternity;" and ~Augustine says (Octog. Tri. Quaest. qu. 80 1, 10 | eternity. But, as Aristotle says (De Causis), "God is before ~ 81 1, 10 | the contrary, Athanasius says in his Creed: "The Father 82 1, 10 | standing still. When Augustine says that "God is the author 83 1, 10 | On the contrary, Jerome says (Ep. ad Damasum. xv) that " 84 1, 10 | the Saints," as ~Augustine says (De Trin. xv). Hence those 85 1, 10 | eternity and time, as ~Boethius says (De Consol. v), arising 86 1, 10 | same as time. For Augustine says ~(Gen. ad lit. viii, 20, 87 1, 10 | On the contrary, Boethius says (De Consol. iii) "Who commandest 88 1, 10 | time. Hence also Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. viii, 20, 89 1, 11 | the contrary, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. 5, ult.): "Nothing 90 1, 11 | under "one." Thus Dionysius says (Div. Nom. cap. ult.) that ~" 91 1, 11 | one," as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv). Therefore 92 1, 11 | On the contrary, Bernard says (De Consid. v): "Among all 93 1, 12 | seen God at any time," says: "Not prophets only, but 94 1, 12 | increatable?" Dionysius also says (Div. Nom. i), speaking 95 1, 12 | super-existence, as ~Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv). Therefore 96 1, 12 | likewise after the words quoted says: "He says this of the most 97 1, 12 | the words quoted says: "He says this of the most certain ~ 98 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De Trin. v): "When we know 99 1, 12 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. xv) that when 100 1, 12 | that when the Apostle ~says, "We see through a glass 101 1, 12 | First, because as Dionysius ~says (Div. Nom. i), "by the similitudes 102 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxix, 29): " 103 1, 12 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Vid. Deum, Ep. cxlvii): " 104 1, 12 | mind's eye, ~as the Apostle says: "May He give unto you the 105 1, 12 | This ~appears from what he says previously: "Therefore they 106 1, 12 | natural power. For Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv): "An angel 107 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (Octog. Tri. Quaest. qu. 108 1, 12 | comprehend God. ~For the Apostle says (Phil. 3:12): "But I follow 109 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De Vid. Deum, Ep. cxlvii): " 110 1, 12 | beatitude," as Augustine says (De Verb. Dim., Serm. xxxvii).~ 111 1, 12 | definition of comprehension, says the whole is comprehended 112 1, 12 | things in ~God. For Gregory says (Dialog. iv): "What do they 113 1, 12 | things. For as Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vii), "the 114 1, 12 | beatified. Hence Augustine says (Confess. v): ~"Unhappy 115 1, 12 | Divine essence, as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 28,34), 116 1, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 22,23), " 117 1, 12 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. xvi): "Our thoughts 118 1, 12 | things in God; for Augustine says (Confess. viii): "If we 119 1, 12 | above our minds." He also says (De ~Vera Relig. xxx) that, " 120 1, 12 | very essences, as he also says (Gen. ad lit. ~xiii, 24, 121 1, 12 | and a gloss upon this says, "In this mortal life God 122 1, 12 | divinity. So when Jacob says, "I have seen God face to 123 1, 12 | own essence; as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 26,27, 124 1, 12 | light. Hence ~Augustine says (Soliloq. i, 8), "The lessons 125 1, 12 | this life. ~For Boethius says (De Consol. v) that "reason 126 1, 12 | the good; for Augustine says (De Trin. i): "The weak 127 1, 12 | bad; and hence Augustine says (Retract. i), retracting ~ 128 1, 12 | natural reason. For Dionysius says (De Mystica Theol. i) that ~ 129 1, 12 | one entirely unknown. He says the same of Moses, who nevertheless ~ 130 1, 12 | by grace. For Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. i) that "it 131 1, 12 | be knowledge; for Gregory says (Hom. xxvi in Ev.) ~that " 132 1, 12 | the contrary, The Apostle says that "God hath revealed 133 1, 13 | given to God. For Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. i) that, "Of 134 1, 13 | substantially. For ~Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i, 9): "Everything 135 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. i): "You will 136 1, 13 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vi): "The being 137 1, 13 | according to what Augustine says ~(De Doctr. Christ. i, 32), " 138 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Damascene says that these names do not 139 1, 13 | as appears from Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ii). Therefore 140 1, 13 | On the contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide ii), "Some names 141 1, 13 | eminent way. Hence ~Dionysius says also that God is above all 142 1, 13 | against what the Apostle says: "The invisible ~things 143 1, 13 | names", as the Philosopher says, "are signs of ideas." But 144 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. i): "We name 145 1, 13 | creatures, as Dionysius says (De ~Mystica Theol.). But 146 1, 13 | definition, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~iv), such a name 147 1, 13 | of it, as the Philosopher says (Praedic. v). But relative ~ 148 1, 13 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. v) that this relative ~ 149 1, 13 | Hence the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that they are 150 1, 13 | Him: thus the Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that ~the object 151 1, 13 | the nature. For ~Damascene says (De Fide Orth. 1) that " 152 1, 13 | On the contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide i) that "God" is 153 1, 13 | over all; hence Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. ii), "The Deity 154 1, 13 | OBJ 1: All that Damascene says refers to providence; which 155 1, 13 | contradiction. But a Catholic who ~says: "An idol is not God," contradicts 156 1, 13 | contradicts a pagan who says: "An idol is ~God." Therefore 157 1, 13 | idea. ~Now when a Catholic says: "There is one God," he 158 1, 13 | understands the same when he says: "An idol is God." Therefore 159 1, 13 | divine nature. So when he says an idol is God, he does 160 1, 13 | the true ~Deity when he says that there is one God. Therefore 161 1, 13 | God. For ~when the pagan says an idol is God, he does 162 1, 13 | in the same way when he says an idol is God, as the ~ 163 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iii) that "the 164 1, 13 | to ~God. Hence Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i) that, " 165 1, 13 | or future, as Augustine says (De Trin. v).~Aquin.: SMT 166 1, 13 | about ~God. For Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ii) that "negations 167 1, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, Boethius says (De Trin. ii) that "a simple 168 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius says that the affirmations about 169 1, 14 | the contrary, The Apostle says, "O the depth of the riches 170 1, 14 | therefore the Philosopher says (De Anima ~iii) that "the 171 1, 14 | movement, as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii); and knowledge 172 1, 14 | itself, "nor," as Hilary says (De Trin. iii), "is a thing 173 1, 14 | in our mind, as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi). ~But 174 1, 14 | actual. Hence the Philosopher says (De Anima iii) that "the 175 1, 14 | comprehend Himself. For Augustine says ~(Octog. Tri. Quaest. xv), 176 1, 14 | the contrary, Augustine says (Octog. Tri. Quaest. xv), 177 1, 14 | Himself. For Augustine says (De Vid. Deum. ep. cxii), " 178 1, 14 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vii), "In God 179 1, 14 | else, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii), would be 180 1, 14 | outside of God. But Augustine says (Octog. Tri. ~Quaest. qu. 181 1, 14 | knowledge. Now the ~Philosopher says (Topic. ii): "The habit 182 1, 14 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. xv), "God does 183 1, 14 | cause of things. ~For Origen says, on Rm. 8:30, "Whom He called, 184 1, 14 | measure," as the Philosopher says (Metaph. x). But what is 185 1, 14 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. xv), "Not because 186 1, 14 | appetite, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. ix). Now it is 187 1, 14 | 1 Para. 2/2~But when he says the reason why God foreknows 188 1, 14 | the contrary, The Apostle says: "Who . . . calleth those 189 1, 14 | Philosopher ~(De Anima iii) says that the intellect which 190 1, 14 | of good," as Augustine ~says (Confess. iii, 7). Therefore, 191 1, 14 | no contrary, as Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xii). Therefore 192 1, 14 | darkness. Hence Dionysius ~says (Div. Nom. vii): "God through 193 1, 14 | but as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii), "reason has 194 1, 14 | measured," as the ~Philosopher says (Phys. iii). Moreover, Augustine 195 1, 14 | iii). Moreover, Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xii) ~that " 196 1, 14 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xii), "Although 197 1, 14 | quantity, as the ~Philosopher says (Phys. i). But the idea 198 1, 14 | be," as the Philosopher says in Peri Herm. i.~Aquin.: 199 1, 14 | down (Categor. iii) when he says that this sentence, "Socrates ~ 200 1, 14 | knowledge, as the Philosopher says in the beginning of Metaphysics. ~ 201 1, 14 | speculative," as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii). For ~the 202 1, 15 | no ideas. For Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ~vii), that God 203 1, 15 | the contrary, Augustine says (Octog. Tri. Quaest. qu. 204 1, 15 | Fide Orth. i, ~10), who says, in God all things are one, 205 1, 15 | the contrary, Augustine says (Octog. Tri. Quaest. qu. 206 1, 15 | things. Hence Augustine ~says (Octog. Tri. Quaest. qu. 207 1, 15 | ideas, since, as Dionysius says (Div. Nom. v): "Acts of 208 1, 15 | taught ideas, as Augustine says ~(Octog. Tri. Quaest. qu. 209 1, 16 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Metaph. vi), " The true 210 1, 16 | definitions of truth. Augustine says (De Vera Relig. ~xxxvi), " 211 1, 16 | that which is;" and ~Hilary says (De Trin. v) that "Truth 212 1, 16 | Hence ~the Philosopher says that a thought or a word 213 1, 16 | dividing. For the Philosopher says (De Anima iii) that as ~ 214 1, 16 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Isaac says in his book On Definitions 215 1, 16 | contrary, the Philosopher says (Metaph. vi) that with regard 216 1, 16 | contrary, the Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that there 217 1, 16 | good; since, as Augustine says (De Lib. ~Arbit. ii, 19), 218 1, 16 | On the contrary, Our Lord says, "I am the Way, the Truth, 219 1, 16 | the negative, as when one says: "the Father is of ~Himself, 220 1, 16 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Anselm says (De Verit. xiv), that, " 221 1, 16 | among the children ~of men," says: "As from one man's face 222 1, 16 | is eternal. For Augustine says (De ~Lib. Arbit. ii, 8) " 223 1, 16 | immutable. For Augustine says (De Lib. ~Arbit. ii, 12), 224 1, 17 | in things. For Augustine ~says (Soliloq. ii, 8), "If the 225 1, 17 | deceive; for, as Augustine says (De Vera Relig. 33), they 226 1, 17 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Vera Relig. 34): "Every 227 1, 17 | thing, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 34). So, too, 228 1, 17 | 34). So, too, Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 10): "The 229 1, 17 | Regarding this, ~Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 6): "We call 230 1, 17 | true:" and the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, ~34): "Things 231 1, 17 | the senses. For Augustine says ~(De Vera Relig. 33): "If 232 1, 17 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, 24) that falsity 233 1, 17 | the contrary, Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 6), "It appears 234 1, 17 | this reason the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~v, 34) that shadows, 235 1, 17 | intellect. For Augustine says ~(Qq. lxxxiii, 32), "Everyone 236 1, 17 | Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 51) that 237 1, 17 | for "truth," as ~Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 5), "is that 238 1, 17 | truth, because, as Augustine says, (Soliloq. ii, 10), "A tragedian ~ 239 1, 17 | Substance," as Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xii, 2). But ~ 240 1, 17 | an idol," as ~a gloss says. Therefore false and true 241 1, 17 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Peri Herm. ii), that a 242 1, 17 | false, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~iv, 27), inasmuch 243 1, 18 | things. For the ~Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 1) that "Movement 244 1, 18 | the contrary, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vi, 1) that " 245 1, 18 | contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 37), "In living ~ 246 1, 18 | and thus the Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 9) ~that to 247 1, 18 | of the operator. For he says (Ethic. ix, 9) that to live ~ 248 1, 18 | 3: Further, as Augustine says (De Vera Relig. 29), a living ~ 249 1, 18 | words of the Apostle when he says, "In ~Him we live, move, 250 1, 19 | the contrary, The Apostle says (Rm. 12:2): "That you may 251 1, 19 | the contrary, The Apostle says (1 Thess. 4:3): "This is 252 1, 19 | Commentator [*Averroes] says in ~Phys. ii. If, then, 253 1, 19 | the contrary, The Apostle says (Eph. 1:11): "Who worketh 254 1, 19 | of things. For ~Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv, 1): "As our 255 1, 19 | build it. Now Augustine says (De Doctr. ~Christ. i, 32), " 256 1, 19 | divine will. For ~Augustine says (Qq. lxxxiii, 46): "Who 257 1, 19 | the contrary, Augustine says (Qq. lxxxiii, 28): "Every 258 1, 19 | In this sense Augustine says (De Trin. iii, ~2): "Philosophers 259 1, 19 | fulfilled. For the ~Apostle says (1 Tim. 2:4): "God will 260 1, 19 | would mean, as Augustine says (De praed. ~sanct. i, 8: 261 1, 19 | changeable. For the Lord says ~(Gn. 6:7): "It repenteth 262 1, 19 | unchangeable. Hence Gregory says (Moral. xvi, 5): "The sentence 263 1, 19 | will. ~When therefore He says, "I also will repent," His 264 1, 19 | things ~willed. For Augustine says (Enchiridion 103): "No one 265 1, 19 | because, as the Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 84) "Nature ~ 266 1, 19 | hindered. For the Apostle says (Rm. 9:19): "Who ~resisteth 267 1, 19 | should exist. For Augustine says ~(Enchiridion 95): "Although 268 1, 19 | OBJ 2: Further, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv, 23): "Evil 269 1, 19 | universe. And Augustine says ~(Enchiridion 10,11): "Out 270 1, 19 | the contrary, Augustine says (Qq. 83,3): "No wise man 271 1, 19 | not free-will. For Jerome says, in a homily ~on the prodigal 272 1, 19 | On the contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide ii, 3): "The Holy 273 1, 19 | wills it, as the Scripture ~says (Wis. 11:26). But the will 274 1, 19 | Augustine (Enchiridion ~95), who says: "Nothing is done, unless 275 1, 20 | OBJ 3: Further, Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv): "Love is 276 1, 20 | which, as the ~Philosopher says (De part. animal. iii, 4), 277 1, 20 | God. Hence the Philosopher says (Ethic. vii): "God rejoices 278 1, 20 | anger, as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, ~15,63,64), 279 1, 20 | his own. Hence ~Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv, 1): "On behalf 280 1, 20 | the contrary, Augustine says (Tract. in Joan. cx): "God 281 1, 20 | Peter. For as Augustine says, commenting on the words, " 282 1, 20 | repentance is, as Jerome says (Cap. 3 in Isa.), "a second 283 1, 20 | interprets it mystically, and says that the ~active life, signified 284 1, 20 | and depart to God. God, he says, loves more the contemplative ~ 285 1, 20 | words (Hom. 34 in Ev.) says that, "In battle the general 286 1, 21 | justice. But, as the Apostle says: "God worketh all ~things 287 1, 21 | belong to this. For Boethius says (De Hebdom.): "Good regards 288 1, 21 | God, since, as the Apostle says: "Who hath first ~given 289 1, 21 | of God. Hence Dionysius says (Div. Nom. viii, 4): "We ~ 290 1, 21 | is, as ~the Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, 10), the subject 291 1, 21 | For, as the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 8), it would 292 1, 21 | on either view where he says (Prosolog. ~10): "When Thou 293 1, 21 | the will; since, as Anselm says (Dial. Verit. 13), it is 294 1, 21 | intellect, as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. vi; Ethic. vi, 295 1, 21 | of sorrow, as Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 14). 296 1, 21 | deny Himself, as a gloss says, if He should deny His words. ~ 297 1, 21 | God. As to this ~Gregory says (Moral. xxvi, 9): "The evils 298 1, 22 | providence. Whence Boethius says (De Consol. iv, 6) that ~" 299 1, 22 | good, as the Philosopher says. Even if Providence has 300 1, 22 | 5: Further, the Apostle says (1 Cor. 9:9): "God doth 301 1, 22 | some end; as the Apostle ~says: "Those things that are 302 1, 22 | persecution. Thus Augustine says (Enchiridion 2): "Almighty 303 1, 22 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine says (Enchiridion 17) that, " 304 1, 22 | things": ~and the Philosopher says the same (Metaph. xii, 51). 305 1, 22 | On ~which passage Gregory says (Moral. xxiv, 20): "Himself 306 1, 22 | OBJ 3: Further, Boethius says (De Consol. iv, 6): "Fate 307 1, 22 | the contrary, Dionysius says that (Div. Nom. iv, 23) " 308 1, 23 | predestined by God, for Damascene says ~(De Fide Orth. ii, 30): " 309 1, 23 | predestination, as Augustine says (De ~praedest. sanct. 17), 310 1, 23 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Origen says on the text, "He who was 311 1, 23 | who ~is." And Augustine says (De Praed. Sanct.): "What 312 1, 23 | s benefits, as Augustine says ~(De Praed. Sanct. ii, 14). 313 1, 23 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Praed. Sanct. ii, 14) 314 1, 23 | chosen by God. For ~Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv, 1) that as 315 1, 23 | 2]). Thus, as ~Augustine says (De Verb. Ap. Serm. 11): " 316 1, 23 | predestination. For the Apostle says (Rm. 8:29): "Whom He foreknew, 317 1, 23 | whom I will have mercy" says: "I will give mercy to him 318 1, 23 | have ~mercy," as Augustine says (De Praed. Sanct. ii, 17). 319 1, 23 | the contrary, The Apostle says (Titus 3:5): "Not by works 320 1, 23 | rebuts this opinion where he says ~(Rm. 9:11,12): "For when 321 1, 23 | divine will. Whence Augustine says (Tract. xxvi. in ~Joan.): " 322 1, 23 | Rev 3:11), ~Augustine says (De Corr. et Grat. 15): " 323 1, 23 | He also ~predestinated", says: "Predestination is the 324 1, 23 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Corr. et Grat. 13): " 325 1, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xx, 14) that " 326 1, 24 | of life. For ~Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xx, 15): "God' 327 1, 25 | else, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 17). It remains, 328 1, 25 | and ~time, as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. 20,22,23). 329 1, 25 | On the contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. viii), that "God' 330 1, 25 | 1 Cor. 1:20), a gloss says: "God hath made the wisdom 331 1, 25 | Nevertheless, the Philosopher says (Topic. iv, 3) that God ~ 332 1, 25 | On the contrary, Jerome says (Ep. 22 ad Eustoch.): "Although 333 1, 25 | Augustine means when he says (Contra Faust. xxix, 5): " 334 1, 25 | Faust. xxix, 5): "Whosoever says, If ~God is almighty, let 335 1, 25 | false": and the Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2): "Of this 336 1, 25 | the best. But as Augustine says ~(Enchiridion 10), "each 337 1, 26 | the contrary, The Apostle says: "Which in His times He 338 1, 26 | On the contrary, Gregory says (Moral. xxxii, 7): "He is 339 1, 26 | the reward," as ~Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii), it would 340 1, 26 | subjective," as ~the Philosopher says (Greater Ethics i, 3), namely, 341 1, 27 | On the contrary, Our Lord says, "From God I proceeded" ( 342 1, 27 | Reply OBJ 2: As Boethius says (De Hebdom.), goodness belongs 343 1, 28 | relations in God. For ~Boethius says (De Trin. iv), "All possible 344 1, 28 | OBJ 2: Further, Boethius says (De Trin. iv) that, "Relation 345 1, 28 | divine essence. For Augustine says (De Trin. v) that "not all 346 1, 28 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De Trin. vii) that, "every 347 1, 28 | another, as the Philosopher says (Praedic. v). So if relation 348 1, 28 | On the contrary, Boethius says (De Trin.) that in God " 349 1, 28 | Hence ~in the same place he says that although action is 350 1, 28 | multiplied, as Avicenna says. Therefore in God there 351 1, 28 | without quantity, as Augustine says (De Trin. i, 1) it follows 352 1, 29 | accidentally," as Aristotle ~says (Phys. ii). But person exists 353 1, 29 | that sense. Hence Boethius says (De Duab. Nat.) that, "nature ~ 354 1, 29 | essence." For Boethius says (De Duab. Nat.) that "the ~ 355 1, 29 | OBJ 3: Further, Boethius says (Com. Praed.) that the Greek { 356 1, 29 | On the contrary, Boethius says (De Duab. Nat.) that genera 357 1, 29 | OBJ 5: Further, Boethius says (Com. Praed.) that matter 358 1, 29 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Boethius says that genera and species 359 1, 29 | of matter. Hence Boethius says ~(De Trin.): "A simple form 360 1, 29 | said of God. ~For Dionysius says (Div. Nom.): "No one should 361 1, 29 | OBJ 2: Further, Boethius says (De Duab. Nat.): "The word 362 1, 29 | God, since, as Boethius says (De Duab. Nat.), it ~signifies 363 1, 29 | exist in God. ~Jerome also says (Ep. ad Damas.) that, "in 364 1, 29 | substance. For Augustine says (De Trin. vii, ~6): "When 365 1, 29 | essence. But, as ~Augustine says: "When we say there are 366 1, 29 | On the contrary, Boethius says (De Trin.) that "every word 367 1, 29 | In that sense Augustine says that it ~signifies the essence, 368 1, 30 | OBJ 3: Further, Boethius says of God (De Trin. i), that " 369 1, 30 | the contrary, Athanasius says: "One is the person of the 370 1, 30 | On the contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. iv): "If we admit ~ 371 1, 30 | of solitude;" and Ambrose says (De Fide i): "When we say 372 1, 30 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 4) that when 373 1, 31 | the contrary, Athanasius says: "Unity in Trinity; and 374 1, 31 | contrary to what Augustine says (De Trin. vii), that when 375 1, 31 | is against what Ambrose ~says (De Fide i), that "the Father 376 1, 31 | from the Father, for Hilary says (De Trin. vii) that "in ~ 377 1, 31 | Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum i.] says: ~"There is one essence 378 1, 31 | because, as Augustine ~says (De Trin. i, 3), "nowhere 379 1, 31 | discrepant." For Ambrose says (De Fide i) that "in the 380 1, 31 | divine essence. Hence Hilary ~says (De Trin. vii): "It is sacrilege 381 1, 31 | of persons. Hence Hilary says in the same ~book: "We exclude 382 1, 31 | their nature. Hence Ambrose says (De Fide i): "What is one ~ 383 1, 31 | persons; for, as Hilary says (De Trin. iv), "We ~confess 384 1, 31 | by way of form. Hence he says ~that the hypostases do 385 1, 31 | wise God. But Augustine says (De Trin. vi, ~9): "We must 386 1, 31 | suppositum." So, when Augustine says that the Father is not God 387 1, 31 | Augustine expounds when he says (De ~Trin. vi, 6): "We say 388 1, 32 | of persons, for Aristotle says (De Coelo et Mundo i, ~2): " 389 1, 32 | created." And ~Augustine says (Confess. vii, 9): "I have 390 1, 32 | persons. Likewise Trismegistus says: "The monad begot a ~monad, 391 1, 32 | Further, Richard St. Victor says (De Trin. i, 4): "I believe ~ 392 1, 32 | On the contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. i), "Let no man 393 1, 32 | his own mind." And Ambrose says (De ~Fide ii, 5), "It is 394 1, 32 | wherefore the ~Apostle says that "faith is of things 395 1, 32 | and ~the same Apostle says also, "We speak wisdom among 396 1, 32 | Platonists. When Trismegistus says, "Monad begot monad," ~etc., 397 1, 32 | univocally. Hence, Augustine says (Tract. xxvii. in ~Joan.) 398 1, 32 | no notions. For Dionysius says (Div. Nom. i): "We must 399 1, 32 | the contrary, Damascene says (De Fide Orth. iii, 5): " 400 1, 32 | the notions. For Augustine says (De Trin. i, 3): "No error 401 1, 33 | and "after," as Athanasius says. Therefore in ~speaking 402 1, 33 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. iv, 20), "The 403 1, 33 | error. In this way, Hilary says (De Trin. ix): ~"By authority 404 1, 33 | Hence also ~the Apostle says, "I bend my knee to the 405 1, 33 | On the contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. iv): "One is from 406 1, 33 | passive generation. For he says that "unbegotten" has the ~ 407 1, 33 | and in that sense Jerome says that "the Holy Ghost is 408 1, 33 | divine natures. Hence Hilary says (De ~Synod.): "As there 409 1, 34 | metaphorically, as Origen says on (Jn. 1:1), ~"In the beginning 410 1, 34 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 11): "As 411 1, 34 | first kind. "Again," he says, "the word is what is not ~ 412 1, 34 | intellect. Hence Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 10): "Whoever 413 1, 34 | knowing. Hence also Augustine says ~(De Trin. vii, 1) that 414 1, 34 | Word of God. For Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 16): "Therefore 415 1, 34 | one speaker. So Augustine says (De Trin. ~vii, 1): "He 416 1, 34 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 11): "By Word 417 1, 34 | subsists; and so Damascene says (De ~Fide Orth. i, 18) that " 418 1, 34 | name Son. Hence Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 11): "Word 419 1, 34 | the Word. ~Hence a gloss says that "word" is here taken 420 1, 34 | the contrary, Augustine says (QQ. lxxxiii, qu. 63), that " 421 1, 34 | knowledge of God, as Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 14). ~Nevertheless 422 1, 35 | Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum i) says, "The Godhead of the ~Holy 423 1, 35 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Hilary says (De Synod.): "An image is 424 1, 35 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 1): "What 425 1, 35 | origin; because, as Augustine says (QQ. ~lxxxiii, qu. 74): " 426 1, 35 | Image in this ~sense when he says that the divine nature of 427 1, 35 | because, as Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i, 18), " 428 1, 35 | of an image, as Augustine says (QQ. lxxxiii, qu. 74). But 429 1, 35 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 2): "The Son 430 1, 35 | inequality in God, ~as Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6), so neither ( 431 1, 36 | the Son, as when the Son says: "In ~the Spirit of God 432 1, 36 | relative terms, as ~Boethius says (De Trin.). But this name " 433 1, 36 | Holy Ghost." As ~Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 4): "When 434 1, 36 | Persons. For, as Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 17; v, 11), ~" 435 1, 36 | the Son. ~For as Dionysius says (Div. Nom. i): "We must 436 1, 36 | OBJ 3: Further, Damascene says (De Fide Orth. i): "We say 437 1, 36 | proceed from Him. For Anselm says (De Process. Spir. Sancti, 438 1, 36 | another." And further on he says: "For even if for ~no other 439 1, 36 | the contrary, Athanasius says: "The Holy Ghost is from 440 1, 36 | Holy Ghost; which no ~one says; or that the Holy Ghost 441 1, 36 | especially ~where the Son says, speaking of the Holy Ghost, " 442 1, 36 | other. For when the Lord says, "No one knoweth ~the Son, 443 1, 36 | On the contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. xii): "Keep me, 444 1, 36 | agrees ~also with what Hilary says (De Trin. ii) that "the 445 1, 36 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. v, 14) that the 446 1, 36 | signified. As to what Hilary says, that "the Holy ~ghost is 447 1, 37 | Holy ~Ghost. For Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 17): "As the 448 1, 37 | lovers, for as Dionysius says ~(Div. Nom. iv): "Love is 449 1, 37 | On the contrary, Gregory says (Hom. xxx, in Pentecost.): " 450 1, 37 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 5): "The Holy 451 1, 37 | essence. ~Hence Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 7): "Who dares 452 1, 38 | distinction in God; for Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 19): ~that " 453 1, 38 | gives to the Son, as Hilary ~says (De Trin. ix). Therefore " 454 1, 38 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 19): "As the 455 1, 38 | himself. And as Augustine says (In Joan. Tract. xxix): " 456 1, 38 | identity, as ~Augustine says (In Joan. Tract. xxix); 457 1, 38 | given. But, as Is. 9:16 says: "A Son ~is give to us." 458 1, 38 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. iv, 20): "As ' 459 1, 38 | unreturnable giving, as Aristotle says (Topic. iv, 4) - i.e. a 460 1, 38 | first gift. Hence Augustine says (De Trin. xv, 24): ~"By 461 1, 39 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 7): "When 462 1, 39 | And because, as Boethius says (De Trin. i), "relation 463 1, 39 | one ~essence. For Hilary says (De Synod.) that the Father, 464 1, 39 | i). Now Holy Writ never says that the Father, Son and 465 1, 39 | OBJ 5: Further, Augustine says (De Trin. vii, 6) that we 466 1, 39 | of error. For, as Hilary says (De Synod.): ~"One substance 467 1, 39 | the contrary, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii) that 468 1, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 6: As Hilary says (De Synod.): "It would be 469 1, 39 | the ~plural. For Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): " 470 1, 39 | the singular. So Augustine says, in the passage quoted, 471 1, 39 | Himself; for, ~as Augustine says (De Trin. i, 1), "nothing 472 1, 39 | contrary to what Augustine says (Ep. lxvi ad ~Maxim.) that " 473 1, 39 | essence." For ~Augustine says (De Trin. vii, i, 2): "The 474 1, 39 | OBJ 6: Further, Augustine says (De Trin. iv, 20): "The 475 1, 39 | the contrary, Augustine says (De Trin. i, 1): "Nothing 476 1, 39 | inferior terms, as Damascene says (De ~Fide Orth. iii, 4). 477 1, 39 | the contrary, Augustine says, in his sermon on Faith [* 478 1, 39 | divine things; for, as Jerome says, "careless ~words involve 479 1, 39 | the contrary, the Apostle says: "Christ the power of God 480 1, 39 | the Father, as Augustine says, because fathers by reason ~ 481 1, 39 | holy doctors. For Hilary says (De Trin. ~ii): "Eternity 482 1, 39 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): " 483 1, 39 | OBJ 4: Likewise Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 10): "What 484 1, 39 | 10): "What the Apostle ~says, "From Him, and by Him, 485 1, 39 | insinuate this, Augustine says in his explanation (De Trin. 486 1, 39 | indicated by ~Augustine when he says (De Trin. vi, 10), "Where 487 1, 39 | intellect, as Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ~iii, 3). 488 1, 39 | alludes to the same when he says (De Trin. vi, 10): "As the 489 1, 39 | use joyfully, as Augustine says (De Trin. ~x, 11). So "use," 490 1, 39 | This is what Augustine says ~(De Trin. vi, 10): "That 491 1, 39 | Augustine points to this when he says (De Trin. vi, 10): "In the 492 1, 39 | Augustine means when he says ~(De Doctr. Christ. i, 5) 493 1, 40 | On the contrary, Boethius says (De Trin.): "Relation alone 494 1, 40 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6): "Unbegotten 495 1, 40 | On the contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. iv): "The Son 496 1, 40 | God; and thus Damascene says (De Fide Orth. iii, 6) that " 497 1, 40 | since "being unbegotten" says nothing ~positive and is 498 1, 40 | negation, as he himself says. But he speaks in a ~general 499 1, 40 | Master of the Sentences says (Sent. i, D, xxvii) that ~" 500 1, 40 | Reply OBJ 1: When the Master says that "because He begets,


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