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1 1, 1 | the ~Philosopher (Metaph. ii). But sacred doctrine is 2 1, 1 | light of the sun" (Metaph. ii, lect. i). Hence the ~fact 3 1, 1 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii): ~"Hierotheus is taught 4 1, 2 | it is written in Metaph. ii. Now the maximum in any 5 1, 3 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii): "There can be no ~touching 6 1, 5 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii) that "that is to be ~considered 7 1, 5 | speaks of this (De Offic. ii). Therefore this division 8 1, 6 | Augustine says (De Trin. ii) that, the Trinity of the ~ 9 1, 7 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii). But mathematics ~uses 10 1, 9 | Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that "matter is in everything 11 1, 9 | Damascene says (De Fide ii, 3,4); the other as regards 12 1, 12 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 28,34), remembered ~many 13 1, 12 | the ~Philosopher (Topic. ii): "It may happen that many 14 1, 13 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ii). Therefore none ~of these 15 1, 13 | contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide ii), "Some names there are 16 1, 13 | Dionysius says (Div. ~Nom. ii), "The Deity watches over 17 1, 13 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ii) that "negations about God 18 1, 13 | Boethius says (De Trin. ii) that "a simple form cannot ~ 19 1, 14 | Hence it is said in De Anima ii ~that plants do not know, 20 1, 14 | Philosopher says (Topic. ii): "The habit of knowledge 21 1, 14 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii), "reason has to do with ~ 22 1, 16 | For Augustine (Soliloq. ii, 5) condemns this definition ~ 23 1, 16 | Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that there is the ~same 24 1, 16 | Augustine says (De Lib. ~Arbit. ii, 19), it is a good quality 25 1, 16 | Augustine says (De ~Lib. Arbit. ii, 8) "Nothing is more eternal 26 1, 16 | Augustine says (De Lib. ~Arbit. ii, 12), that "Truth and mind 27 1, 17 | Augustine ~says (Soliloq. ii, 8), "If the true is that 28 1, 17 | Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 10): "The true ~tragedian 29 1, 17 | Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 6): "We call those things 30 1, 17 | as stated in Soliloq. ii, 6. As, ~therefore, in things 31 1, 17 | Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 6), "It appears that the ~ 32 1, 17 | Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 5), "is that which is." 33 1, 17 | Augustine says, (Soliloq. ii, 10), "A tragedian ~would 34 1, 17 | Philosopher says (Peri Herm. ii), that a false ~opinion 35 1, 17 | Philosopher proves (Peri Herm. ii), the contrary of this statement " 36 1, 18 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 13), who distinguishes ~ 37 1, 18 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 37), "In living ~things, 38 1, 18 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 4) ~that "the soul is the 39 1, 19 | Averroes] says in ~Phys. ii. If, then, the Will of God 40 1, 19 | end, as proved in ~Phys. ii, 49, the natural agent must 41 1, 19 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 29), ~they are understood 42 1, 19 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 84) "Nature ~always works 43 1, 19 | contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide ii, 3): "The Holy Spirit divideth ~ 44 1, 19 | as above shown (De Fide ~ii, 3), it is manifestly impossible 45 1, 19 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 6), and Dionysius (Div. 46 1, 21 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 14). But there is no ~sorrow 47 1, 22 | according to Tully (De Invent. ii), is a part of prudence. 48 1, 22 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 29). Therefore there ~is 49 1, 23 | Damascene says ~(De Fide Orth. ii, 30): "It must be borne 50 1, 23 | says ~(De Praed. Sanct. ii, 14). Therefore predestination 51 1, 23 | Augustine says (De Praed. Sanct. ii, 14) that ~"predestination 52 1, 23 | Augustine says (De Praed. Sanct. ii, 17). But there can be no ~ 53 1, 29 | as Aristotle ~says (Phys. ii). But person exists in things 54 1, 29 | defines "nature" ~(Phys. ii, 3). And since this kind 55 1, 31 | the Philosopher ~(Elench. ii, 3), "He is alone who is 56 1, 32 | And Ambrose says (De ~Fide ii, 5), "It is impossible to 57 1, 32 | by Dionysius (Div. Nom. ii): "Whoever wholly resists 58 1, 33 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 49), a ~thing is denominated 59 1, 33 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 9), "unbegotten" ~in one 60 1, 34 | imagination, as stated in De Anima ii, text 90. The ~vocal sound, 61 1, 36 | De Process. Spir. Sancti, ii): ~"The Son and the Holy 62 1, 36 | what Hilary says (De Trin. ii) that "the Holy Ghost is 63 1, 39 | Philosopher (Peri Herm. ii), what is open to ~affirmation, 64 1, 39 | sermon on Faith [*Serm. ii, in ~coena Domini], "We 65 1, 39 | For Hilary says (De Trin. ~ii): "Eternity is in the Father, 66 1, 39 | sense." And (Contra Maxim. ii) "'from Him' refers to the 67 1, 41 | Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum ii) says: "It ~is a property 68 1, 43 | Augustine says (De Trin. ii, 3), "The Father alone is ~ 69 1, 43 | Augustine says (De ~Trin. ii, 6): "The prophetic vision 70 1, 43 | according to Augustine (De Trin. ii, 17), they ~were not sent 71 1, 43 | however, says (De ~Trin. ii, 5) that the Son is sent 72 1, 44 | Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) that whatever is 73 1, 44 | to Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, according to 74 1, 44 | cannot be identical (Phys. ii, text 70), because ~the 75 1, 45 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 34), what is ~perfect 76 1, 45 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii) that all things caused ~ 77 1, 46 | cause of the son (Phys. ii, text 5). Therefore in ~ 78 1, 46 | which is disproved ~(Metaph. ii, text 5).~Aquin.: SMT FP 79 1, 47 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ~ii, 3): "What can be more foolish 80 1, 49 | by the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text 30), the ~cause of 81 1, 50 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that ~"an angel is said 82 1, 50 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "an angel ~is an ever 83 1, 50 | angel, says (De Fide Orth. ii, 3) that he is ~"an intellectual 84 1, 51 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii). But the angels are ~manifestly 85 1, 52 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "where the angel ~ 86 1, 52 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "while the ~angels 87 1, 54 | be," as he says (De Anima ii, text 37), it seems that 88 1, 54 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, ~text. 37). But to "understand 89 1, 54 | sense to live" (De Anima ii, text. ~37). Therefore in 90 1, 55 | as stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 53, not so that the 91 1, 55 | Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. ii, 8): "The other things which 92 1, 55 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that, "As the type, 93 1, 56 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii) that "the angel knew ~himself 94 1, 56 | says (Gen. ad lit. lit. ii), such things as ~pre-existed 95 1, 57 | body"; although (Retract. ii, ~30) he says "it cannot 96 1, 58 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii): "Since the angels ~were 97 1, 58 | Philosopher says (Topic. ii, 4) that "it may happen ~ 98 1, 58 | Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~Therefore 99 1, 58 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). If, ~therefore, a morning 100 1, 59 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, text. 54) that the ~will 101 1, 60 | as is laid down in Phys. ii, text. 89. Consequently 102 1, 60 | moved," as stated in Phys. ii, text. 78. For we observe 103 1, 61 | also says (De Fide Orth. ii): "Some ~say that the angels 104 1, 62 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that the angelic nature 105 1, 62 | of the Sentences (Sent. ii, ~D, 3) that "those angels 106 1, 63 | according to him (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8), the ~"heaven," which 107 1, 63 | Damascene says (De Fide ~Orth. ii), that the highest of those 108 1, 63 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii) that they who fell were 109 1, 63 | observes (De Fide Orth. ii), they all sinned at one 110 1, 63 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 6): "Evil is in many, but 111 1, 64 | Damascene says ~(De Fide Orth. ii), "death is to men, what 112 1, 64 | De Gen. Contra Manich. ii, 17) says: "The devil has 113 1, 65 | laid down [*Peri Archon ii.] that corporeal ~creatures 114 1, 65 | God (De Gen. et Corrup. ii, ~text. 59).~Aquin.: SMT 115 1, 66 | whereas others, as Basil (Hom. ii In Hexaem.), Ambrose (In ~ 116 1, 66 | i), and Chrysostom (Hom. ii In Gen.), hold that formlessness 117 1, 66 | But Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii), though otherwise agreeing 118 1, 66 | Averroes [*De Substantia Orbis ii.] imagines, ~that a heavenly 119 1, 66 | angels; and Basil [*Hom. ~ii. in Hexaem.] says: "Just 120 1, 66 | within. Hence Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.) says: "The ~ 121 1, 66 | OBJ 4: As Basil says (Hom. ii in Hexaem.): "It is certain 122 1, 67 | contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide ii) that "Splendor" is among ~ 123 1, 67 | as Ambrose says (De Fide ii). But if taken in its ~common 124 1, 67 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii) are ~united and separated, 125 1, 67 | Para. 3/5~Chrysostom [*Hom. ii in Genes.] gives as a reason 126 1, 67 | shown in De Gener. Anim. ~ii, 3. It was fitting, then, 127 1, 67 | Body Para. 5/5~Basil [*Hom. ii in Hexaem.], indeed, adds 128 1, 67 | OBJ 3: Basil says (Hom. ii in Hexaem.) that day and 129 1, 68 | Augustine, in fact (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), recommends ~it thus: " 130 1, 68 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) that of the first day ~ 131 1, 68 | Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 1] the ~heaven made on 132 1, 68 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that, "These words of ~ 133 1, 68 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), that waters ~resolved 134 1, 68 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1), ~however will not admit 135 1, 68 | Augustine ~says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that some have considered 136 1, 68 | Damascene follows (De Fide Orth. ii), says that there are many ~ 137 1, 68 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) holds ~as one heaven all 138 1, 69 | Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 7,8; iii, 20], ~Scripture 139 1, 69 | earth abides" (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11). Others, again, ~hold 140 1, 70 | Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11), or by giving them 141 1, 70 | of the spheres (De Coel. ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes 142 1, 70 | stated above (De Coel. ~ii, text. 43). For although 143 1, 70 | Augustine, however (Gen. ad lit. ii), does not say this, ~for 144 1, 70 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii), "Let no one esteem ~the 145 1, 70 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) maintain that the ~heavenly 146 1, 70 | angelic nature (Gen. ad lit. ii, 18; Enchiridion ~lviii).~ 147 1, 73 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii). On the other ~hand, the 148 1, 74 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 13).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 149 1, 74 | therefore Basil says (Hom. ~ii, iii in Hexaem.) that the 150 1, 74 | Rabbi Moses [*Perplex. ii.], and to these may be added 151 1, 74 | 4: Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii) understands by the "Spirit 152 1, 74 | however, of Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.) that the Spirit 153 1, 74 | according to Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.), the entire 154 1, 74 | those given by ~Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.).~ 155 1, 76 | used by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 156 1, 76 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 2), the ultimate natural ~ 157 1, 76 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 3) that the relation of ~ 158 1, 76 | opinion of Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), it is supposed that 159 1, 76 | rejected by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), with regard to ~those 160 1, 76 | of unity. And (De Anima ii, 3) he ~compares the various 161 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that "the ~soul is 162 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that "the soul ~is 163 1, 76 | as ~stated in De Anima ii, 9.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 164 1, 76 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1). God, however, provided 165 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1): "We need not ask ~if 166 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Anima. ii, 1) that the relation ~of 167 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1). A proof of which is, 168 1, 77 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 2). Therefore the ~soul 169 1, 77 | powers in the soul (De ~Anima ii, 2,3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 170 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, 12), the lowest order of 171 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4) that "acts and ~operations 172 1, 77 | The Philosopher (De Anima ii, 3) compares the parts or ~ 173 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De ~Anima ii, 2), "The soul is that by 174 1, 77 | had said there ~(Retrac. ii, 24).~ 175 1, 39 | Philosopher (Peri Herm. ii), what is open to ~affirmation, 176 1, 39 | sermon on Faith [*Serm. ii, in ~coena Domini], "We 177 1, 39 | For Hilary says (De Trin. ~ii): "Eternity is in the Father, 178 1, 39 | sense." And (Contra Maxim. ii) "'from Him' refers to the 179 1, 41 | Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum ii) says: "It ~is a property 180 1, 43 | Augustine says (De Trin. ii, 3), "The Father alone is ~ 181 1, 43 | Augustine says (De ~Trin. ii, 6): "The prophetic vision 182 1, 43 | according to Augustine (De Trin. ii, 17), they ~were not sent 183 1, 43 | however, says (De ~Trin. ii, 5) that the Son is sent 184 1, 45 | Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) that whatever is 185 1, 45 | to Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, according to 186 1, 45 | cannot be identical (Phys. ii, text 70), because ~the 187 1, 46 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 34), what is ~perfect 188 1, 46 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii) that all things caused ~ 189 1, 47 | cause of the son (Phys. ii, text 5). Therefore in ~ 190 1, 47 | which is disproved ~(Metaph. ii, text 5).~Aquin.: SMT FP 191 1, 48 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ~ii, 3): "What can be more foolish 192 1, 50 | by the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text 30), the ~cause of 193 1, 51 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that ~"an angel is said 194 1, 51 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "an angel ~is an ever 195 1, 51 | angel, says (De Fide Orth. ii, 3) that he is ~"an intellectual 196 1, 52 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii). But the angels are ~manifestly 197 1, 53 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "where the angel ~ 198 1, 53 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "while the ~angels 199 1, 55 | be," as he says (De Anima ii, text 37), it seems that 200 1, 55 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, ~text. 37). But to "understand 201 1, 55 | sense to live" (De Anima ii, text. ~37). Therefore in 202 1, 56 | as stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 53, not so that the 203 1, 56 | Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. ii, 8): "The other things which 204 1, 56 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that, "As the type, 205 1, 57 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii) that "the angel knew ~himself 206 1, 57 | says (Gen. ad lit. lit. ii), such things as ~pre-existed 207 1, 58 | body"; although (Retract. ii, ~30) he says "it cannot 208 1, 59 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii): "Since the angels ~were 209 1, 59 | Philosopher says (Topic. ii, 4) that "it may happen ~ 210 1, 59 | Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~Therefore 211 1, 59 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). If, ~therefore, a morning 212 1, 60 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, text. 54) that the ~will 213 1, 61 | as is laid down in Phys. ii, text. 89. Consequently 214 1, 61 | moved," as stated in Phys. ii, text. 78. For we observe 215 1, 62 | also says (De Fide Orth. ii): "Some ~say that the angels 216 1, 63 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that the angelic nature 217 1, 63 | of the Sentences (Sent. ii, ~D, 3) that "those angels 218 1, 64 | according to him (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8), the ~"heaven," which 219 1, 64 | Damascene says (De Fide ~Orth. ii), that the highest of those 220 1, 64 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii) that they who fell were 221 1, 64 | observes (De Fide Orth. ii), they all sinned at one 222 1, 64 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 6): "Evil is in many, but 223 1, 65 | Damascene says ~(De Fide Orth. ii), "death is to men, what 224 1, 65 | De Gen. Contra Manich. ii, 17) says: "The devil has 225 1, 66 | laid down [*Peri Archon ii.] that corporeal ~creatures 226 1, 66 | God (De Gen. et Corrup. ii, ~text. 59).~Aquin.: SMT 227 1, 67 | whereas others, as Basil (Hom. ii In Hexaem.), Ambrose (In ~ 228 1, 67 | i), and Chrysostom (Hom. ii In Gen.), hold that formlessness 229 1, 67 | But Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii), though otherwise agreeing 230 1, 67 | Averroes [*De Substantia Orbis ii.] imagines, ~that a heavenly 231 1, 67 | angels; and Basil [*Hom. ~ii. in Hexaem.] says: "Just 232 1, 67 | within. Hence Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.) says: "The ~ 233 1, 67 | OBJ 4: As Basil says (Hom. ii in Hexaem.): "It is certain 234 1, 68 | contrary, Ambrose says (De Fide ii) that "Splendor" is among ~ 235 1, 68 | as Ambrose says (De Fide ii). But if taken in its ~common 236 1, 68 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii) are ~united and separated, 237 1, 68 | Para. 3/5~Chrysostom [*Hom. ii in Genes.] gives as a reason 238 1, 68 | shown in De Gener. Anim. ~ii, 3. It was fitting, then, 239 1, 68 | Body Para. 5/5~Basil [*Hom. ii in Hexaem.], indeed, adds 240 1, 68 | OBJ 3: Basil says (Hom. ii in Hexaem.) that day and 241 1, 69 | Augustine, in fact (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), recommends ~it thus: " 242 1, 69 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) that of the first day ~ 243 1, 69 | Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 1] the ~heaven made on 244 1, 69 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that, "These words of 245 1, 69 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), that waters ~resolved 246 1, 69 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1), ~however will not admit 247 1, 69 | Augustine ~says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that some have considered 248 1, 69 | Damascene follows (De Fide Orth. ii), says that there are many ~ 249 1, 69 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) holds ~as one heaven all 250 1, 70 | Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 7,8; iii, 20], ~Scripture 251 1, 70 | earth abides" (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11). Others, again, ~hold 252 1, 71 | Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11), or by giving them 253 1, 71 | of the spheres (De Coel. ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes 254 1, 71 | stated above (De Coel. ~ii, text. 43). For although 255 1, 71 | Augustine, however (Gen. ad lit. ii), does not say this, ~for 256 1, 71 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii), "Let no one esteem ~the 257 1, 71 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii) maintain that the ~heavenly 258 1, 71 | angelic nature (Gen. ad lit. ii, 18; Enchiridion ~lviii).~ 259 1, 72 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii). On the other ~hand, the 260 1, 73 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 13).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 261 1, 73 | therefore Basil says (Hom. ~ii, iii in Hexaem.) that the 262 1, 73 | Rabbi Moses [*Perplex. ii.], and to these may be added 263 1, 73 | 4: Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii) understands by the "Spirit 264 1, 73 | however, of Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.) that the Spirit 265 1, 73 | according to Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.), the entire 266 1, 73 | those given by ~Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.).~ 267 1, 75 | used by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 268 1, 75 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 2), the ultimate natural ~ 269 1, 75 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 3) that the relation of ~ 270 1, 75 | opinion of Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), it is supposed that 271 1, 75 | rejected by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), with regard to ~those 272 1, 75 | of unity. And (De Anima ii, 3) he ~compares the various 273 1, 75 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that "the ~soul is 274 1, 75 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1), that "the soul ~is 275 1, 75 | as ~stated in De Anima ii, 9.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 276 1, 75 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1). God, however, provided 277 1, 75 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1): "We need not ask ~if 278 1, 75 | Philosopher says (De Anima. ii, 1) that the relation ~of 279 1, 75 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 1). A proof of which is, 280 1, 76 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 2). Therefore the ~soul 281 1, 76 | powers in the soul (De ~Anima ii, 2,3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 282 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, 12), the lowest order of 283 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4) that "acts and ~operations 284 1, 76 | The Philosopher (De Anima ii, 3) compares the parts or ~ 285 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De ~Anima ii, 2), "The soul is that by 286 1, 76 | had said there ~(Retrac. ii, 24).~ 287 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 2): "In several ways a 288 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 3), "The powers are ~the 289 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima ~ii, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] 290 1, 77 | also appetite (De Anima ii, 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] 291 1, 77 | living thing (De ~Anima ii, 4), being "a power which 292 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 2,4) that the ~operations 293 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4), for it belongs to a 294 1, 77 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 6). Now ~the diversity 295 1, 77 | Philosopher seems to say (De Anima ii, 11), the ~sense of touch 296 1, 77 | the ~Philosopher (De Anima ii, 9), is a kind of touch 297 1, 78 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 3), but they are united 298 1, 78 | power of the soul (De Anima ii, 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 299 1, 78 | Commentator says on De ~Anima ii. And according to this, 300 1, 78 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "opinion rises ~from 301 1, 78 | Philosopher says ~(De Anima ii, 4). But intelligence is 302 1, 78 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that ~"the first movement 303 1, 78 | as is clear from De Anima ii, 3. But the speculative 304 1, 78 | Augustine says (De Lib. Arb. ii, 10) that in the natural ~ 305 1, 78 | Alexander of ~Hales, Sum. Theol. II, Q[73]] said that it is 306 1, 79 | distinguishes (De Anima ii, 3) the ~appetitive from 307 1, 79 | Damascene also (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) ~distinguishes the 308 1, 79 | Philosopher says (Rhetoric. ii, 4) that hatred can regard 309 1, 80 | the Philosopher (De Anima ii, 11). But suitable and ~ 310 1, 80 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 12) assign two parts to 311 1, 80 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 12) that "the part of ~ 312 1, 81 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 26): "It is in our ~power 313 1, 81 | the same (De Fide Orth. ii, 12). And the ~Philosopher 314 1, 82 | actions and passions" ~(Ethic. ii, 5); for by temperance we 315 1, 82 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 27) says that ~"free-will 316 1, 82 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that {thelesis} is 317 1, 83 | Augustine says (Soliloq. ii, 4) that "bodies cannot 318 1, 83 | Philosopher says (De Anima ~ii, 12). But the more immaterially 319 1, 83 | says (De Doctr. Christ. ii, 11): "If those ~who are 320 1, 83 | says (Metaph. i, 1; Poster. ii, 15) ~that the principle 321 1, 84 | Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal ii, 3). The other order ~is 322 1, 84 | contrary, It is said (Topic. ii, 10) that "understanding 323 1, 84 | wherefore it is said (De Anima ii, 9), that "it is to be observed 324 1, 85 | knowledge, as is said Ethic. ii, 1. Wherefore ~it would 325 1, 85 | stated in De Somn. et ~Vigil. ii [*De Divinat. per somn. 326 1, 85 | De Divinat. per somn. ii.], "impressions made by 327 1, 86 | But as ~is said (De Anima ii, 4), "acts and operations 328 1, 86 | before powers (De Anima ii, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[87] 329 1, 87 | Commentator says (Metaph. ii) that "nature would be ~ 330 1, 87 | an angel ~(De Fide Orth. ii, 3); and we find angels 331 1, 87 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. ii).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] A[ 332 1, 88 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). Hence it follows that 333 1, 88 | they are acquired" (Ethic. ii, 1). Now the actions of 334 1, 88 | De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii), a form may be ~corrupted 335 1, 88 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 1), that "habits ~produce 336 1, 90 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 26), "man and the sun ~ 337 1, 90 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 7): "And because ~it is 338 1, 91 | Philosopher says (De Gener. ii, 3), ~that "the female is 339 1, 92 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. ii): "Effects are contingent ~ 340 1, 92 | also says (De Fide Orth. ii, ~12) that the image of 341 1, 92 | in ~other things" (Sent. ii, D, xvi).~Aquin.: SMT FP 342 1, 92 | incorrectly said ~(Sent. ii, D, xvi) "that the image 343 1, 92 | incorrect to say (Sent. ii, D, xvi) that "the image 344 1, 92 | he says (De Quant. Animae ii) that the likeness ~of God 345 1, 92 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 12) that the ~image implies " 346 1, 93 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 11). And ~Augustine says ( 347 1, 93 | the Master says (Sent. ii, D, xxi) that, "the woman 348 1, 94 | the Master says (Sent. ii, D, xxiv): "When man was ~ 349 1, 94 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 3): "The object of virtue ~ 350 1, 94 | the Master says (Sent. ii., D, xxiv) that "man would 351 1, 96 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4) is the vegetative ~soul: 352 1, 96 | ridicules (Metaph. iii, Did. ii, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] 353 1, 97 | Philosopher says (Politic. ii, ~5). In the state of innocence, 354 1, 97 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 11; ~iv, 25), the first 355 1, 98 | says (De Gener. Animal. ii, 3) that woman ~is a "misbegotten 356 1, 101 | Philosopher ~explains (De Coel. ii, 2); and the right hand 357 1, 101 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 11): "Paradise was a ~divinely 358 1, 101 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 11): "Paradise was ~permeated 359 1, 101 | Augustine says (De ~Trin. ii), "God rules corporeal creatures 360 1, 101 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ~ii, 11): "No irrational animal 361 1, 101 | distinctly says (Meteor. ~ii, 5) that such a region is 362 1, 102 | Tullius says (De ~Nat. Deorum ii), quoting Aristotle [*Cleanthes]. 363 1, 105 | Master of the Sentences (ii, D, 11) says that the superior 364 1, 105 | Gregory [*Peter Lombard, Sent. ii, D, ix; Cf. Gregory, ~Hom. 365 1, 106 | as Gregory says ~(Moral. ii): "It is fitting that our 366 1, 106 | fact when he says ~(Moral. ii): "To other eyes we seem 367 1, 106 | Further, Gregory says (Moral. ii): "God speaks to the angels 368 1, 106 | thus Gregory says (Moral. ii) that "the angels ~speak 369 1, 106 | what Gregory says ~(Moral. ii): "The less one desires, 370 1, 107 | possessed individually" (Sent. ii, D, ix). Therefore there 371 1, 107 | contrary, The Master says (ii, D. 9) that "an angelic 372 1, 109 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 4): "The devil was one 373 1, 109 | xlix: Tim. (Did.) vol. ii, p. ~218] asserted that 374 1, 110 | into men" (De Fide ~Orth. ii, 4); in like manner also 375 1, 111 | Wherefore Gregory says (Moral. ~ii) that "the angels do not 376 1, 111 | Hence Gregory says (Moral. ii) that "those who are sent ~ 377 1, 111 | as Gregory says (Moral. ii), "though he has ~lost beatitude, 378 1, 112 | as Augustine says (Enarr. ii in Ps. 31). Moreover, the 379 1, 112 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 3), "When the ~angels are 380 1, 113 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii, 4) that "all malice and 381 1, 113 | Isidore says (De Summo Bono ii).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] 382 1, 114 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, 4). Now in the whole ~corporeal 383 1, 114 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, ~7): "We say that they" - 384 1, 114 | Philosopher says (De Gener. ii, 10), ~to suppose a movable 385 1, 114 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 2) that "man and ~the sun 386 1, 114 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 7) that "the heavenly ~ 387 1, 114 | says [*De Part. Animal. ii, 7: ~De Sens. et Sensato 388 1, 114 | 7: ~De Sens. et Sensato ii: De Somn. et Vigil. iii]: 389 1, 114 | De Divin. ~per Somn. ii]): "It is not incongruous 390 1, 115 | Philosopher says (Topic. ii, 7): "If we be moved, ~what 391 1, 116 | For Gregory says (Dialog. ii, 30): "Saints work ~miracles 392 1, 116 | Vigil.; [*De Insomniis ii]).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] 393 1, 117 | power, as stated (De Anima ii, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] 394 1, 117 | says (De Gener. Animal. ~ii, 3); but the foetal matter 395 1, 117 | says (De Gener. Animal. ii, 3) that ~the animal and 396 1, 117 | says (De Gener. Animal. ii, 3): "It follows that the 397 1, 118 | the Philosopher (Metaph. ii), "The relation ~of a thing 398 1, 118 | Philosopher ~says (De Anima ii, 4): "Food nourishes inasmuch 399 2 | Damascene states (De Fide Orth. ii, 12), man is said to be ~ 400 2, 1 | Philosopher states (Phys. ii, 9). Therefore it belongs ~ 401 2, 1 | Philosopher proves (Phys. ii, 5) that "not only ~mind 402 2, 1 | De Mor. Eccl. et Manich. ii, 13): ~"According as their 403 2, 1 | Philosopher says (Metaph. ii, 2) that "to suppose a ~ 404 2, 1 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 2), the end is ~twofold - 405 2, 2 | Boethius says (De Consol. ii), "wealth shines in ~giving 406 2, 2 | Augustine, Contra Maxim. Arian. ii. 13], glory consists "in 407 2, 2 | Boethius says (De Consol. ii): "You seem to beget unto 408 2, 2 | Augustine, Contra Maxim. Arian. ii, 13] says. Now the thing 409 2, 3 | it "second act" (De Anima ii, 1): because that which 410 2, 3 | its operation" (De Coel ii, 3). Therefore man's happiness 411 2, 3 | the Posterior Analytics (ii, 15). Wherefore the entire 412 2, 3 | being and in truth (Metaph ii, 1); ~whatever are beings 413 2, 4 | Augustine ~says (De Lib. Arb. ii, 19). Therefore they too 414 2, 5 | that Origen (Peri Archon. ii, 3), following the ~error 415 2, 5 | Philosopher says (De Coel. ii, 12). Thus he is better 416 2, 5 | as is stated in De Coel. ~ii, 12, "of those things that 417 2, 6 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, ~24), and Aristotle (Ethic. 418 2, 6 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii) that "the voluntary ~is 419 2, 6 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii, 27). Therefore there is 420 2, 6 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 24) and the Philosopher ( 421 2, 6 | Damascene (De Fide ~Orth. ii, 24) say that "things done 422 2, 6 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 24): "The involuntary ~ 423 2, 6 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ~ii, 24). But sometimes that 424 2, 6 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii, 24). But some things are 425 2, 6 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 24) and the Philosopher ~( 426 2, 7 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 24) and Gregory of ~Nyssa [* 427 2, 8 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, 3) that ~"the end is a 428 2, 9 | us ~not at all (De Anima ii, 3). Therefore neither does 429 2, 9 | of ~shipbuilding" (Phys. ii, 2). Now good in general, 430 2, 9 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 7) that "the heavenly ~ 431 2, 9 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 15): "We must confess that 432 2, 10 | at the beginning of Phys. ii, 1. Therefore the will is 433 2, 10 | form, as stated in ~Phys. ii, 1. In another sense nature 434 2, 12 | De Serm. ~Dom. in Monte ii, 13) the eye signifies intention. 435 2, 12 | De Serm. Dom. in Monte ii, 13) that Our ~Lord spoke 436 2, 12 | De Serm. Dom. in Monte ii, 13).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[12] 437 2, 12 | De Serm. Dom. in Monte ii, 14,16,17) that ~man's intention 438 2, 12 | the Philosopher (Topic. ii, 10). Therefore ~neither 439 2, 12 | taste and ~speech" (De Anima ii, 8). Therefore, for the 440 2, 12 | reason, as is proved in Phys. ii, ~8. Much more, therefore, 441 2, 13 | as is ~stated in Phys. ii. And thus it is that in 442 2, 13 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. ii, 9). Wherefore the end, 443 2, 13 | organs, ~are means (Phys. ii, 3). Therefore choice is 444 2, 13 | Plato says (Cf. De ~Coelo ii, 13), be confronted on either 445 2, 14 | Damascene says ~(De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that counsel is "an 446 2, 14 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that counsel is "appetite 447 2, 14 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22): "God takes not counsel: 448 2, 15 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that "if a man ~judge 449 2, 15 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that "after ~judging, 450 2, 15 | who says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that "after the ~approval" 451 2, 15 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that the ~"sentence," 452 2, 16 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that man "goes ~forward 453 2, 16 | Further, Hilary says (De Trin. ii) that "Eternity is in the ~ 454 2, 16 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that "the will ~after 455 2, 17 | Damascene ~says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22). Therefore command 456 2, 17 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that impulse to ~action 457 2, 17 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that "by his ~free-will 458 2, 18 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 3) that a virtuous man ~ 459 2, 18 | says (De Differ. Topic. ii) that "if the end ~is good, 460 2, 18 | to the Philosopher (Ethic ii. 1) "like habits ~produce 461 2, 18 | cause, as is stated in Phys. ii, 3. And in this ~sense the 462 2, 18 | De Serm. Dom. in Monte ii, 18) that ~"there are certain 463 2, 18 | habits, as stated in ~Ethic. ii, 1. But a habit can be indifferent: 464 2, 20 | action good also" (Ethic. ii, 6). But the intellective 465 2, 20 | has it to be good" (Ethic. ii, 6). Therefore the consequences ~ 466 2, 21 | the sins of nature" (Phys. ii, 8). ~But monsters are not 467 2, 21 | according to nature (Phys. ii, 8). Therefore an ~action 468 2, 21 | sin, as stated in Phys. ii, 8 occurs in nature and 469 2, 21 | things done by nature" (Phys. ii, 8). And yet natural things 470 2, 21 | because as stated in Phys. ii, 8 "it is a sin ~in a grammarian 471 2, 21 | its action good" (Ethic. ~ii, 6): wherefore actions opposed 472 2, 22 | as is stated in Metaph. ii, 1. Now passion is found 473 2, 22 | Dionysius declares (Div. Nom. ii) ~Hierotheus "to be taught 474 2, 22 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22), while describing ~ 475 2, 23 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 5) that the ~passions of 476 2, 23 | as is stated in Topic. ii, 7. ~Therefore the same 477 2, 23 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 3) that "calm is contrary ~ 478 2, 24 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 5) that "we are neither ~ 479 2, 24 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that "movement in ~ 480 2, 24 | elsewhere (De Fide Orth. ii, 4) that "the ~devil turned 481 2, 24 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ii, 7) that modesty ~is a praiseworthy 482 2, 25 | characteristic" (De Anima ii, 4). Therefore desire takes 483 2, 25 | passions, as stated in ~Ethic. ii, 5: yet so that love precedes 484 2, 25 | as is stated in Ethic. ii, 5. Fear and ~hope are principal 485 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Topic. ii, 7) that "love is in ~the 486 2, 26 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 22) that passion is a ~ 487 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Polit. ii, 1) that union is the work ~ 488 2, 26 | desires"; as stated in Topic. ii, 3. But we have no friendship 489 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4), "to love is to ~wish 490 2, 27 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "we love those ~ 491 2, 27 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "we love those ~ 492 2, 28 | Philosopher relates (Polit. ii, 1), "Aristophanes stated 493 2, 28 | Ethic. ix, 3 ~and Rhet. ii, 4). Consequently in so 494 2, 29 | Boethius says (De Consol. ii) that "avarice makes a man ~ 495 2, 29 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "men love those ~ 496 2, 29 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "anger is ~directed 497 2, 29 | Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "anger is always 498 2, 30 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 12) that "the ~irrational 499 2, 30 | Damascene says (De Fide Orth. ii, 12) that "good when ~desired 500 2, 30 | nature, as stated in Phys. ii, ~5. If therefore in man


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