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1 1, 1 | science; for according ~to the Philosopher (Poster. i) "that science 2 1, 1 | action according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. ii). But sacred 3 1, 2 | terms are known, which the Philosopher (1 Poster. iii) ~says is 4 1, 2 | is ~self-evident; as the Philosopher (Metaph. iv, lect. vi) states 5 1, 3 | essence of a thing. But the Philosopher has shown (Metaph. iii) 6 1, 3 | commingling with them, ~as the Philosopher says (De Causis). ~Aquin.: 7 1, 3 | Hence, ~according to the Philosopher (Metaph. x), "things which 8 1, 4 | 1~I answer that, As the Philosopher relates (Metaph. xii), some 9 1, 5 | way desirable. Hence the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. i): "Goodness 10 1, 5 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Philosopher notes (Metaph. iii) that " 11 1, 5 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Phys. ii) that "that 12 1, 5 | reproduce its like, as the Philosopher says (Meteor. iv); ~thirdly, 13 1, 5 | numbers, according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. x); for as a unit 14 1, 5 | ten ~predicaments, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. i). But the 15 1, 6 | what all desire," as the Philosopher says ~(Ethic. i, 1). Now 16 1, 6 | essentially, as appears from ~the Philosopher (Metaph. iv); therefore 17 1, 7 | infinite is ~imperfect, as the Philosopher says; because it has parts 18 1, 7 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Phys. i), finite and ~infinite 19 1, 7 | things abstract," as the Philosopher says (Phys. ii). But mathematics ~ 20 1, 8 | universal, according to the Philosopher (Poster. i), is everywhere, ~ 21 1, 9 | belong to God alone. For ~the Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that " 22 1, 10 | truth, ~according to the Philosopher (Metaph. vi), is in the 23 1, 10 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Phys. iv), the "now" of ~ 24 1, 10 | number, ~according to the Philosopher (Phys. iv). This, however, 25 1, 11 | subject," according to the ~Philosopher (Categor. viii). Nevertheless 26 1, 11 | essentially "one," as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv). Therefore 27 1, 12 | time. For according to the ~Philosopher (Topic. ii): "It may happen 28 1, 13 | Since according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i), words ~are 29 1, 13 | since ~"names", as the Philosopher says, "are signs of ideas." 30 1, 13 | is the definition, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~iv), such 31 1, 13 | knowledge of it, as the Philosopher says (Praedic. v). But relative ~ 32 1, 13 | science and sense. Hence the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that they 33 1, 13 | related to Him: thus the Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that ~the 34 1, 13 | purely equivocal; for the Philosopher takes equivocal names in 35 1, 14 | extension; therefore the Philosopher says (De Anima ~iii) that " 36 1, 14 | For it is said by ~the Philosopher (De Causis), "Every knower 37 1, 14 | passion and movement, as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii); and 38 1, 14 | operation is ~actual. Hence the Philosopher says (De Anima iii) that " 39 1, 14 | then something else, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii), would 40 1, 14 | actual knowledge. Now the ~Philosopher says (Topic. ii): "The habit 41 1, 14 | is its ~measure," as the Philosopher says (Metaph. x). But what 42 1, 14 | by the appetite, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. ix). Now 43 1, 14 | know evil things. For the Philosopher ~(De Anima iii) says that 44 1, 14 | OBJ 1: The saying of the Philosopher must be understood as meaning ~ 45 1, 14 | singular things; ~but as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii), "reason 46 1, 14 | singular things. Even the Philosopher ~considers it incongruous 47 1, 14 | to be measured," as the ~Philosopher says (Phys. iii). Moreover, 48 1, 14 | pertains to quantity, as the ~Philosopher says (Phys. i). But the 49 1, 14 | necessarily be," as the Philosopher says in Peri Herm. i.~Aquin.: 50 1, 14 | is contrary to what the Philosopher ~lays down (Categor. iii) 51 1, 14 | practical ~knowledge, as the Philosopher says in the beginning of 52 1, 14 | the speculative," as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii). For ~ 53 1, 15 | of the universe, as the Philosopher ~clearly teaches in Metaph. 54 1, 16 | as is evident from the Philosopher (Poster. i). But it is from 55 1, 16 | is true or ~false, as the Philosopher teaches (Praedicam. iii). 56 1, 16 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Metaph. vi), " The 57 1, 16 | inadmissible, and which the ~Philosopher refutes (Metaph. iv). Such, 58 1, 16 | the intellect. Hence ~the Philosopher says that a thought or a 59 1, 16 | composing and dividing. For the Philosopher says (De Anima iii) that 60 1, 16 | 1/1~On the contrary, the Philosopher says (Metaph. vi) that with 61 1, 16 | 1/1~On the contrary, the Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that there 62 1, 17 | commensurable thing, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 34). So, 63 1, 17 | like the true:" and the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, ~34): " 64 1, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, 24) that 65 1, 17 | and for this reason the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~v, 34) that 66 1, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 51) 67 1, 17 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Peri Herm. ii), that 68 1, 17 | a thing is false, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~iv, 27), 69 1, 17 | contrariety; for, as the ~Philosopher proves (Peri Herm. ii), 70 1, 18 | natural things. For the ~Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 1) that " 71 1, 18 | growth and decay, ~as the Philosopher shows (Phys. viii, 56,57). 72 1, 18 | OBJ 1: These words of the Philosopher may be understood either 73 1, 18 | operations, ~as is clear from the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 13), who distinguishes ~ 74 1, 18 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 37), " 75 1, 18 | name is taken, and thus the Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 9) ~that 76 1, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher here takes "to live" to 77 1, 18 | Hence it is said by the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 4) ~that " 78 1, 18 | principally is life. From this the Philosopher concludes ~(Metaph. xii, 79 1, 19 | Further, according to the Philosopher (De Anima iii, 54), the ~ 80 1, 19 | necessarily, because, as the Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 84) "Nature ~ 81 1, 19 | ways," as declared by the ~Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 6), and Dionysius ( 82 1, 20 | the heart, which, as the ~Philosopher says (De part. animal. iii, 83 1, 20 | they are ~in God. Hence the Philosopher says (Ethic. vii): "God 84 1, 20 | appetite. Thus in anger, as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, ~15, 85 1, 20 | irrational ~creatures, as the Philosopher shows (Ethic. viii, 2). 86 1, 21 | intercourse and exchange. This the Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4) calls ~commutative 87 1, 21 | appetite, which is, as ~the Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, 10), the 88 1, 21 | unbecoming to Him. For, as the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 8), it would 89 1, 21 | in the intellect, as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. vi; Ethic. 90 1, 21 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 7), truth is 91 1, 21 | The truth of which the Philosopher is speaking in this ~passage, 92 1, 22 | since, according to the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5,9,18), it 93 1, 22 | prudence, according to the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 12), to direct 94 1, 22 | OBJ 1: According to the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 9,10), "Prudence ~ 95 1, 22 | directed towards ~good, as the Philosopher says. Even if Providence 96 1, 22 | Hence, according to the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, ~5,9, 10,11): " 97 1, 22 | vile things": ~and the Philosopher says the same (Metaph. xii, 98 1, 22 | from necessity; as the ~Philosopher proves (Metaph. vi, 7). 99 1, 25 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Metaph. vi, 19), better ~ 100 1, 25 | by something else, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 17). It 101 1, 25 | imperfect according to the Philosopher (Phys. iii, ~6). But the 102 1, 25 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 79) 103 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is here speaking of an infinity 104 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Philosopher (Phys. viii, 79) proves 105 1, 25 | omnipotent. Now according to the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 17), a thing 106 1, 25 | omnipotence. Nevertheless, the Philosopher says (Topic. iv, 3) that 107 1, 25 | true, be false": and the Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2): "Of 108 1, 26 | virtue, ~according to the Philosopher (Ethic. i, 9). But reward 109 1, 26 | and "subjective," as ~the Philosopher says (Greater Ethics i, 110 1, 28 | referred to ~another, as the Philosopher says (Praedic. v). So if 111 1, 28 | OBJ 1: According to the Philosopher (Phys. iii), this argument ~ 112 1, 28 | For, according to the ~Philosopher (Phys. iii text 24), "It 113 1, 28 | answer that, According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v), every relation ~ 114 1, 29 | be defined; and so ~the Philosopher (De Praedic., cap. De substantia) 115 1, 29 | OBJ 4: According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 5), the word ~" 116 1, 29 | answer that, According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v), substance is ~ 117 1, 29 | OBJ 3: According to the Philosopher (Metaph. iv), the meaning 118 1, 31 | God. For, according to the Philosopher ~(Elench. ii, 3), "He is 119 1, 33 | same, ~according to the Philosopher (Metaph. iv). But we do 120 1, 33 | OBJ 2: According to the Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 49), 121 1, 34 | For, ~according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. i) vocal sound 122 1, 39 | since, according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. ii), what is 123 1, 40 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 24), ~nothing 124 1, 42 | one in quantity ~as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). 125 1, 42 | For, according to the Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 126 1, 42 | in each other. ~For the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 23) gives 127 1, 42 | modes enumerated by the Philosopher, are the Son and the Father 128 1, 44 | cause, as appears from the Philosopher (Metaph. iii, text 3); therefore ~ 129 1, 44 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher (Phys. i, text 62), is speaking 130 1, 45 | because, according ~to the Philosopher (Phys. i, text 34), the 131 1, 45 | Hence, according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident 132 1, 45 | because, according to the Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 34), 133 1, 46 | has no beginning. But the Philosopher ~(Phys. i, text 82) proves 134 1, 46 | impossible, as appears from the ~Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: 135 1, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) 136 1, 46 | OBJ 2: This saying of the Philosopher is understood "of being ~ 137 1, 47 | inequality, because as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. viii, 10), 138 1, 48 | evil is a genus; for the Philosopher says (Praedic. x) that " 139 1, 48 | but as contraries, as the ~Philosopher shows (Praedic. x) by the 140 1, 48 | may ~be said that, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, text 6), " 141 1, 48 | from the above. For the Philosopher speaks ~there of good and 142 1, 48 | injurious to another. Hence the Philosopher says (Ethic. iv, i) that 143 1, 48 | the most white," as the ~Philosopher says (Topic. iii, 4). Therefore 144 1, 48 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), 145 1, 48 | negation in a subject, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iv, text 146 1, 49 | Further, as is said by the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text 30), the ~ 147 1, 49 | perfectly bad. Therefore, the Philosopher says (Ethic. iv, 5) that " 148 1, 50 | moved except a body, as the Philosopher says ~(Phys. vi, text 32). 149 1, 50 | existed except bodies, as the ~Philosopher observes (Phys. iv, text 150 1, 50 | subtraction of unity, as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 151 1, 50 | prius et posterius], as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iii, text 152 1, 51 | functions of ~life, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii). But 153 1, 51 | because, according to ~the Philosopher (De Somn. et Vig. i), "that 154 1, 52 | as is evident from the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text ~14,119). 155 1, 52 | to the east: hence the ~Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes 156 1, 52 | empty, as appears ~from the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text 52,58). 157 1, 53 | moved locally. For, as the ~Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32, 158 1, 53 | imperfect being," as the ~Philosopher says (Phys. iii, text 14). 159 1, 53 | of local movement, as the Philosopher says ~(Phys. iv, text 99). 160 1, 53 | because, as is said by the Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, 161 1, 53 | continuity of movement, ~as the Philosopher says (Phys. iv, text 99).~ 162 1, 54 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text 163 1, 54 | taken in this sense by the ~Philosopher, when he says that "the 164 1, 54 | to live is to be, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, ~text. 165 1, 54 | living. In this way the Philosopher says that to ~understand 166 1, 54 | intellect in an angel. The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 167 1, 54 | words themselves show, the Philosopher understands ~those two things 168 1, 55 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Metaph. xii, text. 51; 169 1, 56 | not know another. For the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 170 1, 57 | know singulars. For the ~Philosopher says (Poster. i, text. 22): " 171 1, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of our intellect, 172 1, 58 | 2~I answer that, As the Philosopher states (De Anima iii, text. 173 1, 58 | habit, but in act, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 8).~Aquin.: 174 1, 58 | the ~same time. For the Philosopher says (Topic. ii, 4) that " 175 1, 58 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 176 1, 58 | objects known: hence the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 177 1, 59 | the angels. For as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 178 1, 59 | as is evident ~from the Philosopher (De Anima iii, text. 42). 179 1, 59 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, text. 180 1, 59 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of choice, as 181 1, 59 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 182 1, 60 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8): "Love 183 1, 60 | of ~love for self, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8). Therefore 184 1, 61 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 185 1, 62 | of virtue, as even the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 9). Or else 186 1, 62 | referred to opposites, as the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 187 1, 63 | potentiality, as ~is said by the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), 188 1, 63 | stood firm. For, as ~the Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 6): "Evil 189 1, 63 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking with regard 190 1, 65 | is clearly false; for the Philosopher says that some things are ~ 191 1, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): " 192 1, 67 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Topic. v, 2) that " 193 1, 68 | the same place. But the Philosopher says (Topic. i, 6): "All ~ 194 1, 68 | such is the heaven, as the Philosopher proves (De Coel. ~i, text. 195 1, 75 | not ~operate; for, as the Philosopher says (De Anima i, 4), "to 196 1, 75 | OBJ 1: According to the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8), a thing 197 1, 75 | their ~existence, as the Philosopher says Metaph. viii (Did. 198 1, 75 | words quoted above, ~the Philosopher concludes, that in things 199 1, 75 | without the body as the Philosopher ~says (De Anima i, 1). Therefore 200 1, 76 | body as its form. For the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4) that 201 1, 76 | contrary, According to the Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~ 202 1, 76 | ways, as is clear from the Philosopher (Phys. v, 1); for a thing 203 1, 76 | to the teaching ~of the Philosopher, who holds that understanding 204 1, 76 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: As the Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 2), the 205 1, 76 | consideration of the natural philosopher is directed is ~indeed separate; 206 1, 76 | human generation. And so the Philosopher says (De Anima iii) that ~ 207 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 3) that 208 1, 76 | generically," says the Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). 209 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says, Metaph. viii (Did. 210 1, 76 | intellectual soul. For the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that " 211 1, 76 | other is moved, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5). 212 1, 76 | in accordance with the Philosopher (De Gener. i, ~10), that 213 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that " 214 1, 76 | order of reason, as the Philosopher says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. 215 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1): " 216 1, 76 | matter to be in act, as the Philosopher ~says, Metaph. viii (Did. 217 1, 76 | a kind of spirit, as the Philosopher ~says in De causa motus 218 1, 76 | part of the ~body; for the Philosopher says in De causa motus animalium ( 219 1, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima. ii, 1) that 220 1, 76 | flesh and bones, as ~the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1). A 221 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of the 222 1, 77 | the soul, according to the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 2). Therefore 223 1, 77 | principle. In this sense the ~Philosopher says that "the soul is that 224 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher places several powers in 225 1, 77 | we observe that, as the Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, 12), 226 1, 77 | what ~precedes. But the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4) that " 227 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher (De Anima ii, 3) compares 228 1, 77 | the soul; because, as the Philosopher says (De ~Anima ii, 2), " 229 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Somno et Vigilia 230 1, 77 | operation," as ~again the Philosopher says in the beginning of 231 1, 77 | moved by itself, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. vii, 1,2); 232 1, 77 | is the soul moved, as the Philosopher proves (De Anima i, 4). 233 1, 77 | becomes weak; because, as the Philosopher says (De Anima i, ~4), " 234 1, 77 | sensitive soul, as the ~Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. 235 1, 39 | since, according to the Philosopher (Peri Herm. ii), what is 236 1, 40 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 24), ~nothing 237 1, 42 | one in quantity ~as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). 238 1, 42 | For, according to the Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 239 1, 42 | in each other. ~For the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 23) gives 240 1, 42 | modes ~enumerated by the Philosopher, are the Son and the Father 241 1, 45 | cause, as appears from the Philosopher (Metaph. iii, text 3); therefore ~ 242 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher (Phys. i, text 62), is speaking 243 1, 46 | because, according ~to the Philosopher (Phys. i, text 34), the 244 1, 46 | Hence, according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident 245 1, 46 | because, according to the Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 34), 246 1, 47 | has no beginning. But the Philosopher ~(Phys. i, text 82) proves 247 1, 47 | impossible, as appears from the ~Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: 248 1, 47 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) 249 1, 47 | OBJ 2: This saying of the Philosopher is understood "of being ~ 250 1, 48 | inequality, because as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. viii, 10), 251 1, 49 | evil is a genus; for the Philosopher says (Praedic. x) that " 252 1, 49 | but as contraries, as the ~Philosopher shows (Praedic. x) by the 253 1, 49 | may ~be said that, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, text 6), " 254 1, 49 | from the above. For the Philosopher speaks ~there of good and 255 1, 49 | injurious to another. Hence the Philosopher says (Ethic. iv, i) that 256 1, 49 | the most white," as the ~Philosopher says (Topic. iii, 4). Therefore 257 1, 49 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), 258 1, 49 | negation in a subject, as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iv, text 259 1, 50 | Further, as is said by the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text 30), the ~ 260 1, 50 | perfectly bad. Therefore, the Philosopher says (Ethic. iv, 5) that " 261 1, 51 | moved except a body, as the Philosopher says ~(Phys. vi, text 32). 262 1, 51 | existed except bodies, as the ~Philosopher observes (Phys. iv, text 263 1, 51 | subtraction of unity, as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 264 1, 51 | prius et posterius], as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iii, text 265 1, 52 | functions of ~life, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii). But 266 1, 52 | because, according to ~the Philosopher (De Somn. et Vig. i), "that 267 1, 53 | as is evident from the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text ~14,119). 268 1, 53 | to the east: hence the ~Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes 269 1, 53 | empty, as appears ~from the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text 52,58). 270 1, 54 | moved locally. For, as the ~Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32, 271 1, 54 | imperfect being," as the ~Philosopher says (Phys. iii, text 14). 272 1, 54 | of local movement, as the Philosopher says ~(Phys. iv, text 99). 273 1, 54 | because, as is said by the Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, 274 1, 54 | continuity of movement, ~as the Philosopher says (Phys. iv, text 99).~ 275 1, 55 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text 276 1, 55 | taken in this sense by the ~Philosopher, when he says that "the 277 1, 55 | to live is to be, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, ~text. 278 1, 55 | living. In this way the Philosopher says that to ~understand 279 1, 55 | intellect in an angel. The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 280 1, 55 | words themselves show, the Philosopher understands ~those two things 281 1, 56 | Further, according to the Philosopher (Metaph. xii, text. 51; 282 1, 57 | not know another. For the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 283 1, 58 | know singulars. For the ~Philosopher says (Poster. i, text. 22): " 284 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of our intellect, 285 1, 59 | 2~I answer that, As the Philosopher states (De Anima iii, text. 286 1, 59 | habit, but in act, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 8).~Aquin.: 287 1, 59 | the ~same time. For the Philosopher says (Topic. ii, 4) that " 288 1, 59 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 289 1, 59 | objects known: hence the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 290 1, 60 | the angels. For as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 291 1, 60 | as is evident ~from the Philosopher (De Anima iii, text. 42). 292 1, 60 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, text. 293 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of choice, as 294 1, 60 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 295 1, 61 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8): "Love 296 1, 61 | of ~love for self, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 8). Therefore 297 1, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 298 1, 63 | of virtue, as even the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 9). Or else 299 1, 63 | referred to opposites, as the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 300 1, 64 | potentiality, as is said by the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), 301 1, 64 | stood firm. For, as ~the Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 6): "Evil 302 1, 64 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking with regard 303 1, 66 | is clearly false; for the Philosopher says that some things are ~ 304 1, 67 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): " 305 1, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Topic. v, 2) that " 306 1, 69 | the same place. But the Philosopher says (Topic. i, 6): "All ~ 307 1, 69 | such is the heaven, as the Philosopher proves (De Coel. ~i, text. 308 1, 74 | not ~operate; for, as the Philosopher says (De Anima i, 4), "to 309 1, 74 | OBJ 1: According to the Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 8), a thing 310 1, 74 | their ~existence, as the Philosopher says Metaph. viii (Did. 311 1, 74 | words quoted above, the Philosopher concludes, that in things 312 1, 74 | without the body as the Philosopher ~says (De Anima i, 1). Therefore 313 1, 75 | body as its form. For the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4) that 314 1, 75 | contrary, According to the Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~ 315 1, 75 | ways, as is clear from the Philosopher (Phys. v, 1); for a thing 316 1, 75 | to the teaching ~of the Philosopher, who holds that understanding 317 1, 75 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: As the Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 2), the 318 1, 75 | consideration of the natural philosopher is directed is ~indeed separate; 319 1, 75 | human generation. And so the Philosopher says (De Anima iii) that ~ 320 1, 75 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 3) that 321 1, 75 | generically," says the Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). 322 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says, Metaph. viii (Did. 323 1, 75 | intellectual soul. For the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that " 324 1, 75 | other is moved, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5). 325 1, 75 | in accordance with the Philosopher (De Gener. i, ~10), that 326 1, 75 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that " 327 1, 75 | order of reason, as the Philosopher says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. 328 1, 75 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1): " 329 1, 75 | matter to be in act, as the Philosopher ~says, Metaph. viii (Did. 330 1, 75 | a kind of spirit, as the Philosopher ~says in De causa motus 331 1, 75 | part of the ~body; for the Philosopher says in De causa motus animalium ( 332 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima. ii, 1) that 333 1, 75 | flesh and bones, as ~the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1). A 334 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of the 335 1, 76 | the soul, according to the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 2). Therefore 336 1, 76 | principle. In this sense the ~Philosopher says that "the soul is that 337 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher places several powers in 338 1, 76 | we observe that, as the Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, 12), 339 1, 76 | what ~precedes. But the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4) that " 340 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher (De Anima ii, 3) compares 341 1, 76 | the soul; because, as the Philosopher says (De ~Anima ii, 2), " 342 1, 76 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Somno et Vigilia 343 1, 76 | operation," as ~again the Philosopher says in the beginning of 344 1, 76 | moved by itself, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. vii, 1,2); 345 1, 76 | is the soul moved, as the Philosopher proves (De Anima i, 4). 346 1, 76 | becomes weak; because, as the Philosopher says (De Anima i, ~4), " 347 1, 76 | sensitive soul, as the ~Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. 348 1, 77 | thing said to live. For the ~Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 2): " 349 1, 77 | intellect or ~appetite, as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 10). 350 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 3), " 351 1, 77 | the action of heat, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ~ii, 4).~ 352 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 2,4) 353 1, 77 | and perfection, as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4), for 354 1, 77 | contradistinguished from them by the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 6). Now ~the 355 1, 77 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 1): " 356 1, 77 | motion of alteration, as the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 7). 357 1, 77 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: As the Philosopher seems to say (De Anima ii, 358 1, 77 | according to a saying of the ~Philosopher (De Anima ii, 9), is a kind 359 1, 77 | Further, according to the Philosopher (De Memor. et Remin. i), ~ 360 1, 78 | the soul's powers as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 3), but 361 1, 78 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher assigns the intellectual 362 1, 78 | will in the mind; and ~the Philosopher, in the reason (De Anima 363 1, 78 | 1 ~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4) that " 364 1, 78 | nothing is written," as the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4). 365 1, 78 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 5), " 366 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher (De Anima iii, 5) says of 367 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Philosopher (De Anima iii, 5) says that 368 1, 78 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 5), 369 1, 78 | intellect, of which the Philosopher speaks, is ~something in 370 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Philosopher says those words not of 371 1, 78 | intellect is "separate," as the Philosopher says ~(De Anima iii, 5). 372 1, 78 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 5) that 373 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher proves that the active intellect 374 1, 78 | corporeal ~organ. Wherefore the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4) that " 375 1, 78 | storehouse of species. But the Philosopher (De Anima iii) attributes 376 1, 78 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 1) that " 377 1, 78 | it seems that what the Philosopher calls ~the "scientific" 378 1, 78 | eternal"; and that what the Philosopher calls ~the "reasoning" or " 379 1, 78 | scientific" part, of which the Philosopher speaks, is ~not the same 380 1, 78 | themselves. And therefore the Philosopher postulates two lesser ~parts 381 1, 78 | came before powers," as the Philosopher says ~(De Anima ii, 4). 382 1, 78 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 6) that ~" 383 1, 78 | wise man to judge," as the Philosopher says (Metaph. i, ~2). And 384 1, 78 | operation. And this is what the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 10); 385 1, 78 | contrary, According to the Philosopher (Metaph. viii, 2), ~"rational 386 1, 78 | of principles," as the Philosopher explains (Ethic. vi, 6). 387 1, 79 | all desire good," as the Philosopher ~says (Ethic. i, 1). Therefore 388 1, 79 | 1 ~On the contrary, The Philosopher distinguishes (De Anima 389 1, 79 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher (De Anima iii, 9) distinguishes 390 1, 79 | is a mover moved, as the Philosopher says in De Anima iii, ~10 391 1, 79 | is good. ~Wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhetoric. ii, 4) that 392 1, 80 | white, according to the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 11). But suitable 393 1, 80 | namely, food and ~sex, as the Philosopher says [*De Animal. Histor. 394 1, 80 | consents. And this is what the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 11), 395 1, 80 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As the Philosopher says (Polit. i, 2): "We 396 1, 81 | powers, according to the Philosopher ~(Metaph. viii, 2), extend 397 1, 81 | means to the end," as the Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, 9). Wherefore 398 1, 81 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher holds the intellect to be 399 1, 81 | itself. And therefore the Philosopher says in ~Metaph. vi (Did. 400 1, 81 | ad lit. xii, 16), and the Philosopher (De Anima iii, 5). But the 401 1, 81 | Orth. ii, 12). And the ~Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 9) " 402 1, 82 | cause of itself," as the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. i, 2). Therefore 403 1, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, 5): "According 404 1, 82 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, 3) that 405 1, 82 | the appetite: whence the Philosopher (Ethic. iii, 3) says ~that, " 406 1, 83 | passing torrent," as the Philosopher relates (Metaph. iv, Did. 407 1, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 8) that " 408 1, 83 | such as plants, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ~ii, 12). 409 1, 83 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher, speaking of the intellect, 410 1, 83 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Metaph. i, 1; Poster. 411 1, 83 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 7) that " 412 1, 83 | end of judgment. Now the Philosopher says (De Coel. iii), ~that " 413 1, 83 | like manner the natural philosopher does not seek to know the 414 1, 83 | like manner the natural philosopher cannot ~judge perfectly 415 1, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 7) that 416 1, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 5) there 417 1, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the Philosopher (De Anima iii, 7) says that " 418 1, 84 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4) that " 419 1, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (1 Peri Herm. i) that " 420 1, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (Phys. i, 1), that 421 1, 84 | potentiality, and hence the Philosopher says (Phys. i, ~1), that " 422 1, 84 | generated before ~man," as the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal ii, 423 1, 84 | of the intellect, as the ~Philosopher says (Peri Herm. i). But 424 1, 84 | intellect can be false; for the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. vi, Did. v, 425 1, 84 | he is deceived." And ~the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 10), 426 1, 84 | 1/2~I answer that, The Philosopher (De Anima iii, 6) compares 427 1, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher says that falsehood is in 428 1, 84 | before the divisible. For the Philosopher says (Phys. i, 1) that " 429 1, 84 | and elements: for as the Philosopher says in the ~same passage: " 430 1, 85 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (Phys. i, 5), that " 431 1, 85 | things: ~because, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 6), the 432 1, 85 | directed by reason. Hence the ~Philosopher says (De Somn. et Vig.), 433 1, 86 | OBJ 3: This saying of the Philosopher is universally true in every ~ 434 1, 86 | For this reason did the Philosopher assert that objects ~are 435 1, 86 | proper subject. Hence the Philosopher expresses himself ~thus ( 436 1, 87 | which is against what the ~Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 9), that 437 1, 87 | Body Para. 6/7~Fifthly, the Philosopher expressly says (Ethic. i, 438 1, 87 | says (De Anima iii) that a philosopher named ~Avempace [*Ibn-Badja, 439 1, 87 | Avempace [*Ibn-Badja, Arabian Philosopher; ob. 1183] taught that by 440 1, 88 | nothing at all. For the Philosopher says (De Anima i, 4) that ~" 441 1, 88 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Philosopher says (De Anima i, 1), "If 442 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher's words carefully examined 443 1, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Philosopher says (Praedic. vi, 4,5), 444 1, 88 | abode of ~species," as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4), 445 1, 88 | remain; because, ~as the Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. 446 1, 88 | truth. For ~this reason the Philosopher in the above work mentions 447 1, 88 | separated soul. For the Philosopher says (De Anima i, 4), ~that 448 1, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 1), that " 449 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher speaks of remembrance, according 450 1, 90 | immaterial forms; but the Philosopher refutes this opinion ~(Metaph. 451 1, 90 | natural ~generation, as the Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 26), "man 452 1, 90 | proper end. This is what the Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 7): "And 453 1, 91 | production of things. For the Philosopher says (De Gener. ii, 3), ~ 454 1, 91 | which is moist, as the Philosopher observes (De ~Gener. Animal. 455 1, 91 | Thirdly, because, as the Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, ~12), 456 1, 91 | greater ~dimensions, as the Philosopher says (Phys. iv). To say, 457 1, 92 | causes likeness, as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, Did. iv, 458 1, 93 | falsehood is its evil, as the Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2). So 459 1, 94 | accordance with what the Philosopher says, "Shame, which ~regards 460 1, 94 | strive ~lawfully" and the Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 3): "The 461 1, 95 | over animals. Hence the Philosopher says (Polit. i, 5) that 462 1, 95 | only to one. Wherefore the Philosopher ~says, in the beginning 463 1, 96 | generically distinct, ~as the Philosopher says (Metaph. x, Did. ix, 464 1, 96 | corruptible, because, as the Philosopher says (Top. vi, 3): "Excessive ~ 465 1, 96 | inferior ~creatures as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4) is 466 1, 96 | became immortal; which the ~Philosopher ridicules (Metaph. iii, 467 1, 96 | The second defect, as the ~Philosopher says (De Gener. i, 5), arises 468 1, 97 | source of strife, as the Philosopher says (Politic. ii, ~5). 469 1, 98 | have ~been born. For the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal. 470 1, 98 | accidental cause; thus the Philosopher says ~(De Animal. Histor. 471 1, 100 | nothing is written," as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 4). 472 1, 101 | elsewhere, as is clear from the Philosopher (Meteor. i). Therefore ~ 473 1, 101 | hand on the heavens, as the Philosopher ~explains (De Coel. ii, 474 1, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 1): "Some 475 1, 102 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Philosopher is speaking of the ends 476 1, 102 | This is expressed by the Philosopher (Metaph. xii, Did. xi, 10): ~" 477 1, 102 | possible, ~than by many, as the Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 6). But 478 1, 103 | higher causes: thus the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, Did. 479 1, 103 | infinite. Wherefore the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, ~10) 480 1, 104 | receive the form. For as the Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, Did. 481 1, 104 | other cause; ~for, as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 11), 482 1, 104 | exist simultaneously, as the Philosopher says ~(Phys. vii, 2), it 483 1, 104 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 10) 484 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Philosopher (Phys. viii, 10) intends 485 1, 104 | kind of movement, as the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, ~7). 486 1, 104 | knowing its cause, as the Philosopher says in the ~beginning of 487 1, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Philosopher says (De Anima iii, 11) 488 1, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Philosopher speaks of the lower sensitive 489 1, 107 | by one authority, as the Philosopher shows (Metaph. xii, Did. ~ 490 1, 107 | ruled by one ruler, as the ~Philosopher asserts in those passages.~ 491 1, 107 | the end of an army, as the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. xii, Did. 492 1, 108 | 1 Cor. 2:15), and the Philosopher says (Ethic. iii, ~4; x, 493 1, 109 | formal principle. But, as the Philosopher proves (Metaph. ~vii, Did. 494 1, 109 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Philosopher (Phys. viii, 7) proves that 495 1, 109 | is local motion, as ~the Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 7). 496 1, 112 | good of virtue; this the Philosopher (Ethic. vi) ~attributes 497 1, 112 | the blessed. For as the Philosopher says ~(Ethic. iii, 1) that 498 1, 114 | is more ~perfect, as the Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4). Now 499 1, 114 | itself, "nature," as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, Did. ~iv, 500 1, 114 | it is necessary, as the Philosopher says (De Gener. ii, 10), ~


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