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1 1, 1 | faith. Hence the sacred text ~continues, "For many things 2 1, 1 | different senses in one text produce confusion and ~deception 3 1, 1 | whenever the truth of one text of ~Scripture is shown not 4 1, 3 | image, according to the text: "Who being the brightness 5 1, 10 | life; according to that text, "This is eternal life, 6 1, 10 | time; according to ~the text of the Psalm "Their time 7 1, 13 | plural, according to the text, "I have said, You are ~ 8 1, 13 | likeness, according to the text, "I have said, You are gods" ( 9 1, 17 | according to the words of the text, "Why do you love vanity, ~ 10 1, 23 | Further, Origen says on the text, "He who was predestined," 11 1, 24 | the just, according to the text, "He that shall ~overcome, 12 1, 25 | OBJ 4: Further, upon the text, "God hath made foolish 13 1, 28 | Philosopher (Phys. iii text 24), "It is the same way 14 1, 31 | God, as appears from the text, "Who, when He was in the 15 1, 31 | must understand that in the text quoted the ~term "no one" [* 16 1, 33 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 49), a ~thing is denominated 17 1, 34 | as stated in De Anima ii, text 90. The ~vocal sound, which 18 1, 36 | perpetual" (Phys. iii, text 32), and much less so in 19 1, 39 | the Son, according to the text, "Christ the ~strength [* 20 1, 39 | Who is"; because on the text of Is. 65:1, "Behold ~I 21 1, 39 | strictly, according to the text, "All ~things were made 22 1, 40 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 24), ~nothing is contained 23 1, 41 | inconsistent for Scripture in one text to speak of the Wisdom ~ 24 1, 41 | expounds the sense of this text of Scripture (De Synod.). 25 1, 41 | as we find in Metaph. v, text 17. But in God ~principle 26 1, 42 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). But in the divine persons ~ 27 1, 42 | Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~signifies 28 1, 42 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 23) gives eight modes of 29 1, 44 | Philosopher (Metaph. iii, text 3); therefore ~not all beings 30 1, 44 | Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) that whatever is greatest 31 1, 44 | has no cause (Phys. viii, text 46). But this is manifestly 32 1, 44 | Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~that there are some 33 1, 44 | something else (Phys. i, ~text 62). But primary matter 34 1, 44 | The Philosopher (Phys. i, text 62), is speaking of ~"becoming" 35 1, 44 | Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, ~text 40).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] 36 1, 44 | be identical (Phys. ii, text 70), because ~the end of 37 1, 45 | On the contrary, On the text of Gn. 1, "In the beginning 38 1, 45 | the Philosopher (Phys. i, text 34), the ancient philosophers ~ 39 1, 45 | diverse relations (Phys. iii, text 20,21), it must follow that 40 1, 45 | Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident is more properly 41 1, 45 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 34), what is ~perfect can 42 1, 45 | contrary indirectly (Phys. i, text ~43), but directly from 43 1, 46 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is 44 1, 46 | also (De Coelo ~et Mundo i, text 20) that the heaven is unbegotten. 45 1, 46 | of the cause (Metaph. v, ~text 6). Now it was shown above ( 46 1, 46 | viii and in De Coelo i, text 101, he premises some opinions, 47 1, 46 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 48 1, 46 | by Aristotle (De Coelo i, text 120) ~does not prove simply 49 1, 46 | OBJ 3: Aristotle (Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is ~ 50 1, 46 | and (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) he proves that heaven ~ 51 1, 46 | from Aristotle (Phys. iv, text 60). Whereas we ~hold that 52 1, 46 | As is stated (Phys. iv, text 99), "before" and "after" ~ 53 1, 46 | this reason (Phys. viii, text 10) against those ~who asserted 54 1, 46 | cause of the son (Phys. ii, text 5). Therefore in ~efficient 55 1, 46 | disproved ~(Metaph. ii, text 5).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 56 1, 46 | from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 57 1, 46 | as quoted in Phys. ~viii, text 15). But it does not lead 58 1, 46 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) that ~everything which 59 1, 47 | effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But God is one. Therefore, 60 1, 47 | Aristotle infers (Metaph. xii, text 52) the unity of God governing 61 1, 48 | Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, text 6), "the first ~kind of 62 1, 48 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), being is ~twofold. 63 1, 48 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iv, text 4), and such "not-being" 64 1, 49 | the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text 30), the ~cause of both 65 1, 50 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. vi, text 32). But Damascene says ( 66 1, 50 | Philosopher observes (Phys. iv, text 52,57). Thence came the 67 1, 50 | the form (Metaph. ~xiii, text 6). Therefore everything 68 1, 50 | Aristotle says (Phys. i, ~text 15). Therefore it would 69 1, 50 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 10). But in material things 70 1, 50 | Empedocles ~(De Anima i, 5, text 26) would be true, to the 71 1, 50 | rejects this view (Metaph. i, text 31) because matter is of 72 1, 50 | Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43) that ~those more perfect 73 1, 50 | Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43); while he contended 74 1, 50 | s argument (Metaph. xii, text 44), and it ~would conclude 75 1, 50 | Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, text 44) that this is not a ~ 76 1, 50 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iii, text 2). But in the angels even 77 1, 51 | as stated in Phys. viii, text 84.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] 78 1, 52 | Aristotle observes (Phys. iv, ~text 48,57) that "it is not everything 79 1, 52 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text ~14,119). But an angel can 80 1, 52 | regard to water (Phys. iv, text 35,49). Therefore an angel 81 1, 52 | Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes the power 82 1, 52 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text 52,58). Therefore several 83 1, 52 | find proved in Phys. iv, text. 58. Much more, ~then, can 84 1, 53 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32,86) "nothing which is 85 1, 53 | Philosopher says (Phys. iii, text 14). But a beatified angel 86 1, 53 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. iv, text 99). But an angel is not 87 1, 53 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle 88 1, 53 | Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle is that 89 1, 53 | as he says ~(Phys. iv, text 99).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] 90 1, 53 | as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 1. And the same must of 91 1, 53 | Philosopher says (Phys. iv, text 99).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] 92 1, 54 | Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text 39) that "the ~action of 93 1, 54 | as he says (De Anima ii, text 37), it seems that life 94 1, 54 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, ~text. 37). But to "understand 95 1, 54 | sense to live" (De Anima ii, text. ~37). Therefore in the 96 1, 54 | it is said (Metaph. ix, text. 16), ~there is a twofold 97 1, 54 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 17) ~that, "in the soul, 98 1, 54 | made clear in De Anima iii, text. 2,3,18. But an angel ~receives 99 1, 54 | clear from De Anima iii, text. 18. But this is not so ~ 100 1, 55 | Philosopher (Metaph. xii, text. 51; De ~Anima iii, text. 101 1, 55 | text. 51; De ~Anima iii, text. 15), "in things which are 102 1, 55 | stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 53, not so that the sensitive 103 1, 56 | Reply OBJ 1: That is the text of the old translation, 104 1, 56 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 4), that if the human intellect ~ 105 1, 57 | it is said (De Anima iii, text. ~26) that the object of 106 1, 57 | Philosopher says (Poster. i, text. 22): "The sense has for 107 1, 57 | and this is ~against the text of Eccles. 5:5: "Say not 108 1, 57 | unknown ~to God (De Anima i, text. 80; Metaph. text. 15).~ 109 1, 57 | Anima i, text. 80; Metaph. text. 15).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] 110 1, 58 | Philosopher states (De Anima iii, text. 8; Phys. ~viii, 32), the 111 1, 58 | stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 28.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] 112 1, 58 | stated in De Anima iii, text. 23. ~In this way our intellect 113 1, 58 | is said in De Anima iii, text. 21. But there ~is a multitude 114 1, 58 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 41) that "the ~intelligence 115 1, 58 | is said in De Anima iii, text. 26. But by ~accident, deception 116 1, 58 | is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; for either they are 117 1, 58 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 38), ~"The sciences are 118 1, 59 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 42), "The will is in the 119 1, 59 | Philosopher (De Anima iii, text. 42). But the appetite argues ~ 120 1, 59 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, text. 54) that the ~will is a 121 1, 59 | stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 28.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] 122 1, 59 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 42) that the ~irascible 123 1, 60 | is laid down in Phys. ii, text. 89. Consequently the will ~ 124 1, 60 | as stated in Phys. ii, text. 78. For we observe that 125 1, 61 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 16) that if ~any substance 126 1, 61 | view be held, then in the text of Gn. 1, "In the ~beginning 127 1, 61 | Strabus, commenting on the text "In the beginning God ~created 128 1, 62 | Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 3). But the will of the 129 1, 63 | Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), because the subject 130 1, 63 | it is proved Phys. vi, ~text. 2. But in the angels, who 131 1, 65 | De Gen. et Corrup. ii, ~text. 59).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] 132 1, 65 | Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~what 133 1, 66 | may be gathered from the text of Genesis a threefold beauty ~ 134 1, 66 | by Aristotle, Phys. ~iv, text. 15]. But other holy writers 135 1, 66 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): "Things that ~are 136 1, 66 | as is said (De Gener. i, ~text. 50). But heavenly and earthly 137 1, 66 | Aristotle (De Caelo i, text. 5) disproves by the natural 138 1, 66 | Aristotle [*De Coelo i, text. 20] says. So, ~then, the 139 1, 66 | as is said in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, 140 1, 66 | of movement (De Coel. i, text. 22). This much ~has been 141 1, 67 | as is ~proved Phys. viii, text. 55, we use terms belonging 142 1, 67 | contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] 143 1, 67 | as is said De Anima iii, text. 26: whereas light is visible ~ 144 1, 68 | Aristotle (De Coel. ~i, text. 6,32).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 145 1, 68 | 1/4~I answer that, The text of Genesis, considered superficially, 146 1, 68 | Philosopher proves (De Coel. ~i, text. 95). Therefore there is 147 1, 69 | the surface meaning of the text, ~consider that the plants 148 1, 70 | the spheres (De Coel. ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes 149 1, 70 | stated above (De Coel. ~ii, text. 43). For although to the 150 1, 70 | are ~natural (De Coel. i, text. 7,8): and natural movement 151 1, 70 | object desired (Metaph. xii, text. 36). Therefore, ~seemingly, 152 1, 70 | is proved in ~Phys. viii, text. 34, because, what is such 153 1, 70 | shown in the same book (text. 27). Therefore the heavenly 154 1, 70 | Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 42,43), after showing that ~ 155 1, 70 | animal as animal (Phys. viii, text. 27).~ 156 1, 74 | explaining the ~literal text of Genesis, are certainly 157 1, 75 | Therefore, as the same text ~concludes, "the death of 158 1, 39 | the Son, according to the text, "Christ the ~strength [* 159 1, 39 | Who is"; because on the text of Is. 65:1, "Behold ~I 160 1, 39 | strictly, according to the text, "All ~things were made 161 1, 40 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 24), ~nothing is contained 162 1, 41 | inconsistent for Scripture in one text to speak of the Wisdom ~ 163 1, 41 | expounds the sense of this text of Scripture (De Synod.). 164 1, 41 | as we find in Metaph. v, text 17. But in God ~principle 165 1, 42 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). But in the divine persons ~ 166 1, 42 | Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~signifies 167 1, 42 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text. 23) gives eight modes of 168 1, 45 | Philosopher (Metaph. iii, text 3); therefore ~not all beings 169 1, 45 | Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) that whatever is greatest 170 1, 45 | has no cause (Phys. viii, text 46). But this is manifestly 171 1, 45 | Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~that there are some 172 1, 45 | something else (Phys. i, ~text 62). But primary matter 173 1, 45 | The Philosopher (Phys. i, text 62), is speaking of ~"becoming" 174 1, 45 | Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, ~text 40).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[44] 175 1, 45 | be identical (Phys. ii, text 70), because ~the end of 176 1, 46 | On the contrary, On the text of Gn. 1, "In the beginning 177 1, 46 | the Philosopher (Phys. i, text 34), the ancient philosophers ~ 178 1, 46 | diverse relations (Phys. iii, text 20,21), it must follow that 179 1, 46 | Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident is more properly 180 1, 46 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, text 34), what is ~perfect can 181 1, 46 | contrary indirectly (Phys. i, text ~43), but directly from 182 1, 47 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is 183 1, 47 | also (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) that the heaven is unbegotten. 184 1, 47 | of the cause (Metaph. v, ~text 6). Now it was shown above ( 185 1, 47 | viii and in De Coelo i, text 101, he premises some opinions, 186 1, 47 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 187 1, 47 | by Aristotle (De Coelo i, text 120) ~does not prove simply 188 1, 47 | OBJ 3: Aristotle (Phys. i, text 82) proves that matter is ~ 189 1, 47 | and (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) he proves that heaven ~ 190 1, 47 | from Aristotle (Phys. iv, text 60). Whereas we ~hold that 191 1, 47 | As is stated (Phys. iv, text 99), "before" and "after" ~ 192 1, 47 | this reason (Phys. viii, text 10) against those ~who asserted 193 1, 47 | cause of the son (Phys. ii, text 5). Therefore in ~efficient 194 1, 47 | disproved ~(Metaph. ii, text 5).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 195 1, 47 | from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 196 1, 47 | as quoted in Phys. ~viii, text 15). But it does not lead 197 1, 47 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) that ~everything which 198 1, 48 | effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But God is one. Therefore, 199 1, 48 | Aristotle infers (Metaph. xii, text 52) the unity of ~God governing 200 1, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, text 6), "the first ~kind of 201 1, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), being is ~twofold. 202 1, 49 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iv, text 4), and such "not-being" 203 1, 50 | the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text 30), the ~cause of both 204 1, 51 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. vi, text 32). But Damascene says ( 205 1, 51 | Philosopher observes (Phys. iv, text 52,57). Thence came the 206 1, 51 | the form (Metaph. ~xiii, text 6). Therefore everything 207 1, 51 | Aristotle says (Phys. i, text 15). Therefore it would 208 1, 51 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 10). But in material things 209 1, 51 | Empedocles ~(De Anima i, 5, text 26) would be true, to the 210 1, 51 | rejects this view (Metaph. i, text 31) because matter is of 211 1, 51 | Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43) that ~those more perfect 212 1, 51 | Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43); while he contended 213 1, 51 | s argument (Metaph. xii, text 44), and it ~would conclude 214 1, 51 | Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, text 44) that this is not a ~ 215 1, 51 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iii, text 2). But in the angels even 216 1, 52 | as stated in Phys. viii, text 84.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] 217 1, 53 | Aristotle observes (Phys. iv, ~text 48,57) that "it is not everything 218 1, 53 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text ~14,119). But an angel can 219 1, 53 | regard to water (Phys. iv, text 35,49). Therefore an angel 220 1, 53 | Philosopher (Phys. vii, text 84) attributes the power 221 1, 53 | the Philosopher (Phys. iv, text 52,58). Therefore several 222 1, 53 | find proved in Phys. iv, text. 58. Much more, ~then, can 223 1, 54 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32,86) "nothing which is 224 1, 54 | Philosopher says (Phys. iii, text 14). But a beatified angel 225 1, 54 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. iv, text 99). But an angel is not 226 1, 54 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle 227 1, 54 | Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle is that 228 1, 54 | as he says ~(Phys. iv, text 99).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] 229 1, 54 | as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 1. And the same must of 230 1, 54 | Philosopher says (Phys. iv, text 99).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] 231 1, 55 | Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text 39) that "the ~action of 232 1, 55 | as he says (De Anima ii, text 37), it seems that life 233 1, 55 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, ~text. 37). But to "understand 234 1, 55 | sense to live" (De Anima ii, text. ~37). Therefore in the 235 1, 55 | it is said (Metaph. ix, text. 16), ~there is a twofold 236 1, 55 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 17) ~that, "in the soul, 237 1, 55 | made clear in De Anima iii, text. 2,3,18. But an angel ~receives 238 1, 55 | clear from De Anima iii, text. 18. But this is not so ~ 239 1, 56 | Philosopher (Metaph. xii, text. 51; De ~Anima iii, text. 240 1, 56 | text. 51; De ~Anima iii, text. 15), "in things which are 241 1, 56 | stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 53, not so that the sensitive 242 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: That is the text of the old translation, 243 1, 57 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 4), that if the human intellect ~ 244 1, 58 | it is said (De Anima iii, text. ~26) that the object of 245 1, 58 | Philosopher says (Poster. i, text. 22): "The sense has for 246 1, 58 | and this is ~against the text of Eccles. 5:5: "Say not 247 1, 58 | unknown ~to God (De Anima i, text. 80; Metaph. text. 15).~ 248 1, 58 | Anima i, text. 80; Metaph. text. 15).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] 249 1, 59 | Philosopher states (De Anima iii, text. 8; Phys. ~viii, 32), the 250 1, 59 | stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 28.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] 251 1, 59 | stated in De Anima iii, text. 23. ~In this way our intellect 252 1, 59 | is said in De Anima iii, text. 21. But there ~is a multitude 253 1, 59 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 41) that "the ~intelligence 254 1, 59 | is said in De Anima iii, text. 26. But by ~accident, deception 255 1, 59 | is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; for either they are 256 1, 59 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 38), ~"The sciences are 257 1, 60 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 42), "The will is in the 258 1, 60 | Philosopher (De Anima iii, text. 42). But the appetite argues ~ 259 1, 60 | Philosopher says (De Anima ii, text. 54) that the ~will is a 260 1, 60 | stated in De Anima ~iii, text. 28.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] 261 1, 60 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 42) that the ~irascible 262 1, 61 | is laid down in Phys. ii, text. 89. Consequently the will ~ 263 1, 61 | as stated in Phys. ii, text. 78. For we observe that 264 1, 62 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 16) that if ~any substance 265 1, 62 | view be held, then in the text of Gn. 1, "In the ~beginning 266 1, 62 | Strabus, commenting on the text "In the beginning God ~created 267 1, 63 | Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 3). But the will of the 268 1, 64 | Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), because the subject 269 1, 64 | it is proved Phys. vi, ~text. 2. But in the angels, who 270 1, 66 | De Gen. et Corrup. ii, ~text. 59).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] 271 1, 66 | Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~what 272 1, 67 | may be gathered from the text of Genesis a threefold beauty ~ 273 1, 67 | by Aristotle, Phys. ~iv, text. 15]. But other holy writers 274 1, 67 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): "Things that ~are 275 1, 67 | as is said (De Gener. i, ~text. 50). But heavenly and earthly 276 1, 67 | Aristotle (De Caelo i, text. 5) disproves by the natural 277 1, 67 | Aristotle [*De Coelo i, text. 20] says. So, ~then, the 278 1, 67 | as is said in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically considered, 279 1, 67 | of movement (De Coel. i, text. 22). This much ~has been 280 1, 68 | as is ~proved Phys. viii, text. 55, we use terms belonging 281 1, 68 | contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] 282 1, 68 | as is said De Anima iii, text. 26: whereas light is visible ~ 283 1, 69 | Aristotle (De Coel. ~i, text. 6,32).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 284 1, 69 | 1/4~I answer that, The text of Genesis, considered superficially, 285 1, 69 | Philosopher proves (De Coel. ~i, text. 95). Therefore there is 286 1, 70 | the surface meaning of the text, ~consider that the plants 287 1, 71 | the spheres (De Coel. ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes 288 1, 71 | stated above (De Coel. ~ii, text. 43). For although to the 289 1, 71 | are ~natural (De Coel. i, text. 7,8): and natural movement 290 1, 71 | object desired (Metaph. xii, text. 36). Therefore, ~seemingly, 291 1, 71 | is proved in ~Phys. viii, text. 34, because, what is such 292 1, 71 | shown in the same book (text. 27). Therefore the heavenly 293 1, 71 | Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 42,43), after showing that ~ 294 1, 71 | animal as animal (Phys. viii, text. 27).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] 295 1, 73 | explaining the ~literal text of Genesis, are certainly 296 1, 74 | Therefore, as the same text ~concludes, "the death of 297 1, 78 | itself, according to the text (Eph. 4:13), "Be ye renewed 298 1, 88 | as a gloss quotes on the text, "Abraham hath not ~known 299 1, 101 | recapitulation. Whence our text reads: ~"The Lord God had 300 1, 106 | the ~superior. For on the text (1 Cor. 13:1), "If I speak 301 1, 108 | demons, according to the text, "Among the proud there 302 1, 109 | and Origen ~says on the text, "When the ass saw the angel" ( 303 1, 110 | will of man. For, ~upon the text, "Who maketh His angels 304 1, 111 | which is contrary to the ~text of Dan. 7:10: "Ten thousand 305 1, 112 | On the contrary, On the text, "Their angels in heaven," 306 1, 112 | Chrysostom says that the text (Mt. ~18:10), "Their angels 307 2, 2 | possible variant in his text, or to the fact that he 308 2, 4 | presence; wherefore the text continues: "But we are ~ 309 2, 35 | other wickedness, as the text implies; so sadness of the 310 2, 47 | of these remedies in the text, except in A[4].]~We must 311 2, 49 | as stated in Metaph. v, text. 24. But this belongs to ~ 312 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "a ~habit is said 313 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "there is a habit 314 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "habit is a disposition ~ 315 2, 49 | once to says (Metaph. v, text. 25): namely, "either as 316 2, 49 | Philosopher says in ~Metaph. vii, text. 42. Therefore, since habit 317 2, 49 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 19).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] 318 2, 49 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, ~text. 17), when speaking of habits 319 2, 49 | thing is ~made (Phys. ii, text. 25), therefore in the first 320 2, 49 | Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 25) defines habit, a "disposition ~ 321 2, 49 | definition of habit ~(Metaph. v, text. 25): in another way, according 322 2, 49 | Philosopher says (De ~Anima iii, text 8), that "when one is become 323 2, 49 | as we read in Metaph. v, text. 17. Therefore to be ~the 324 2, 49 | it is stated (Metaph. v, text. 25) in ~the definition 325 2, 49 | explained in De Anima ii, text. ~5.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] 326 2, 49 | perfections (Phys. vii, text. 17). But ~perfection is 327 2, 49 | Philosopher ~says (Metaph. v, text. 24,25) that "habit is a 328 2, 50 | and because in Phys. ~vii, text. 17, he expressly mentions 329 2, 50 | stated in ~Metaph. vii, text. 17; ix, text. 13.~Aquin.: 330 2, 50 | Metaph. vii, text. 17; ix, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[50] 331 2, 50 | stated in De Anima iii, text. 57: but the ~rational powers 332 2, 50 | as stated in De Anima i, ~text. 64. Therefore also are 333 2, 50 | the body (De Anima iii, text. 6). Therefore the intellect 334 2, 50 | as is said (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~that anyone should 335 2, 50 | is stated (De ~Anima ii, text. 94) that "we observe men 336 2, 50 | expressly (De Anima iii, text. 8,18) that when the "possible" ~ 337 2, 50 | Philosopher says (De Anima i, ~text. 64); therefore no habit 338 2, 50 | as is stated in De Anima, text. 66. ~But it is clear that 339 2, 50 | intellect (De Anima iii, text. 3,39). Whence it follows 340 2, 50 | and moved (De ~Anima iii, text. 54). And therefore the 341 2, 50 | disposition (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~disposition, 342 2, 51 | proved in Physics viii, text. 28,29.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 343 2, 51 | Aristotle (De Anima ~iii, text. 20) calls "passive," and 344 2, 52 | concerns ~quantity (Phys. v, text. 18). But habits are not 345 2, 52 | a perfection (Phys. vii, text. 17,18). But ~since perfection 346 2, 52 | is proved in ~Phys. vii, text. 15,17. Therefore habits 347 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 10) that species of ~things 348 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 15) that when a thing receives 349 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 10) that, "as a ~number 350 2, 52 | to something (Phys. vii, text. 17), that in two ~ways 351 2, 52 | and virtue (Phys. viii, text. 20).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] 352 2, 52 | wherefore (De Gener. i, text. 31) it is said that ~"increase 353 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Phys. iv, text. 84): "That which ~is hot 354 2, 52 | is proved in Metaph. vii, text. 32, so, by an ~intense 355 2, 52 | as is stated in Phys. iv, text. ~63.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] 356 2, 52 | as stated in ~Phys. v, text. 52.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] 357 2, 53 | incorruptible" (De Anima i, text. 65). In like manner, neither ~ 358 2, 53 | one another (Metaph. vii, text. 52). ~Therefore the habit 359 2, 53 | as stated in ~De Anima i, text. 13. Hence it follows that 360 2, 53 | As stated in Phys. vii, text. 27, a thing is a cause 361 2, 53 | Philosopher ~says (Phys. iv. text. 117) that time makes us 362 2, 54 | as ~stated in Metaph. v, text. 33 (since things that differ 363 2, 54 | as stated in Phys. ii, ~text. 17. Therefore habits are 364 2, 54 | as stated in ~Poster. i, text. 5, depends on the mean. 365 2, 54 | Philosopher says (Phys. ii, text. 89; Ethic. vii, ~8), the 366 2, 55 | limit of power" (De Coelo i, text. 116). But the limit of 367 2, 55 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 17) that virtue ~"is the 368 2, 55 | Philosopher explains (Metaph. v, ~text. 21). In this way therefore 369 2, 56 | to sight (De Anima iii, text. 18). And ~therefore the 370 2, 56 | Philosopher (De Anima iii, text. ~42), to tend to that which 371 2, 57 | their nature" (Phys. i, ~text. 2, 3); hence that which 372 2, 57 | as stated in Metaph. ix, text. ~16, in that "making" is 373 2, 58 | of movement" (Phys. ii, text. 3). ~Now to move the faculties 374 2, 58 | stated in De Anima iii, text. 48. ~Consequently every 375 2, 59 | body, as stated Phys. vii, text. 17: wherefore "virtue is 376 2, 62 | according to Phys. vii, text. 17, "virtue is the disposition 377 2, 64 | as stated in Metaph. ii, text. 8, is in ~things themselves. 378 2, 64 | Philosopher explains (Metaph. x, text. 22,23). But there seems 379 2, 64 | as ~stated in Metaph. x, text. 5; because there is truth 380 2, 65 | the Philosopher (Phys. ii, text. 56): "That ~which is scarcely 381 2, 66 | Philosopher states (De Coelo ~i, text. 116); and Augustine says ( 382 2, 66 | as stated in Phys. vii, text. 17. Now prudence is "right ~ 383 2, 66 | Philosopher says (De Anima i, text. 1), "one ~knowledge is 384 2, 66 | Philosopher says (De Coelo ii, ~text. 60) that "it is a great 385 2, 67 | phantasm" (De Anima iii, text. 30); and, after this life, 386 2, 67 | who states (De ~Anima iii, text. 8) that "the possible intellect 387 2, 67 | made more hot (Phys. v, text. 19). And since ~perfect 388 2, 71 | as proved in Metaph. x, text. 17. Now sin and malice ~ 389 2, 71 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 17) that "virtue is a disposition 390 2, 71 | kind of virtue (Phys. vii, ~text. 17). Consequently vice 391 2, 71 | voluntary ~matters (Phys. ii, text. 82). Now sin never happens 392 2, 71 | be accidental (Phys. ii, text. 49,50). Wherefore it ~is 393 2, 72 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. ix, text. 15,16), and consequently 394 2, 72 | takes ~its species (Phys. v, text. 4; Ethic. x, 4); yet even 395 2, 72 | is ~accidental (Phys. ii, text. 50). Now it is evident 396 2, 72 | Philosopher states (Phys. iv, text. 67). ~Therefore omission 397 2, 72 | as stated in Metaph. x, text. 13,14. Now vices that ~ 398 2, 73 | is ~proved in Phys. vii, text. 30, seqq. Therefore one 399 2, 74 | not ~coincide" (Phys. 2, text. 70). Now the will is the 400 2, 74 | Philosopher states (Phys. iii, text. 18) that "movement ~is 401 2, 75 | is proved in Metaph. vi, text. 5. Accordingly, though 402 2, 77 | general (De ~Anima iii, text. 54). Since therefore the 403 2, 77 | Philosopher says (De Anima iii, text. 57) that "the ~rational 404 2, 77 | stated in De Anima iii, ~text. 42: whereas the sensitive 405 2, 77 | is clear from Poster. i, text. 2. ~Now he who knows something 406 2, 79 | solution is clear from ~the text. For if God delivered some 407 2, 79 | man's folly, wherefore the text goes ~on to say, "and a 408 2, 80 | phantasm" (De Anima iii, text. 30. 39). Now ~the devil 409 2, 84 | as stated in De Anima ii, text. 38: ~for the roots are 410 2, 85 | Philosopher says (Phys. i, text. 37) that if from a ~finite 411 2, 85 | is stated in Phys. ~viii, text. 32, that "by displacing 412 2, 85 | generically" ~(Metaph. x, text. 26). But man is of the 413 2, 85 | stated in De ~Anima ii, text. 50, it seems that death 414 2, 85 | as stated in De Coelo ii, text. 37, since ~this power tends 415 2, 86 | stated in De Anima iii, text. ~42. But the reason or 416 2, 87 | to mend their ways. The text adds, "to the third and 417 2, 89 | Philosopher says (De Coelo i, text. 2), "all things ~are comprised 418 2, 90 | rules him. Hence the same ~text goes on: "Who show the work 419 2, 91 | as stated in Metaph. x, text. 5. Therefore no law can 420 2, 91 | as stated in Metaph. ~x, text. 3. But the dictates of 421 2, 93 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 6), some ~necessary things 422 2, 94 | is stated in Metaph. iv, text. 9. Now as "being" is ~the 423 2, 95 | suitable for cutting (Phys. ii, text. 88). Again, everything 424 2, 96 | wherefore (Metaph. x, text. 4) the Philosopher says 425 2, 96 | as stated in Metaph. x, text. 3,4, since different ~things 426 2, 98 | obtain life; and so the text ~goes on: "And I polluted 427 2, 106 | after "sinful flesh." The text quoted should read thus: " 428 2, 110 | be a being (Metaph. vii, text. 2). And ~because to become 429 2, 110 | Philosopher says (Physic. vii, text. 17), "virtue is ~disposition 430 2, 111 | Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text. 52), a ~multitude, as an 431 2, 113 | according to De Anima ii, text. 49. Now the remission of 432 2, 1 | Philosopher states (Metaph. ~iv, text. 9). In like manner all 433 2, 1 | proves this (Metaph. xii, text. 52) and many other ~philosophers 434 2, 2 | Philosopher observes ~(Metaph. ix, text. 22) "to know simple things 435 2, 4 | perfection" (Phys. vii, text. 18).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] 436 2, 7 | Divine promises. Hence the text quoted continues: "And ~ 437 2, 10 | from the faith: hence the text goes on ~(Dt. 7:4): "For 438 2, 13 | Philosopher states (Metaph. v, text. 21). Since then the sin ~ 439 2, 15 | In reference to this, the text goes on: ~"thou shalt meditate 440 2, 15 | and, as regards this, the ~text continues - "and thou shalt 441 2, 16 | perfect thing" (Phys. ~vii, text. 17,18). But hope is the 442 2, 22 | Philosopher says (Phys. vii, text. 17) that "virtue is the 443 2, 23 | as proved in Phys. iii, ~text. 59, and Metaph. ii, 4. 444 2, 23 | as stated in Metaph. ii, ~text. 8,9. But the increase of 445 2, 25 | Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 16), the terms ~"before" 446 2, 29 | are in want: hence ~the text goes on: "But, when thou 447 2, 30 | benefactor; wherefore the above text goes ~on (Ecclus. 29:15): " 448 2, 32 | As stated in Phys. vii, text. 18, "the virtue of a thing ~ 449 2, 39 | OBJ 1: The sense of the text is not that the servants 450 2, 42 | Philosopher (Phys. iii, text. 64), "to ~be whole is to 451 2, 42 | is explaining the Latin text which reads "ex tota fortitudine 452 2, 43 | Philosopher observes (Metaph. v, text. 21). And ~just as with 453 2, 43 | the true meaning of the text quoted. For, apparently ~ 454 2, 43 | such an exposition of the text would only ~fit the Latin 455 2, 43 | it would seem that in the text ~quoted wisdom stands for 456 2, 62 | mistake for a wild beast [*The text of the Bible does not say 457 2, 64 | further on ~(A[7]). Hence the text continues: "For he stealeth 458 2, 64 | punished with death. Hence the text ~goes on to say of the thief 459 2, 65 | may avoid sin. Hence the ~text, after appointing the punishment 460 2, 66 | to the commonwealth, ~the text continues: "And thou shalt 461 2, 82 | angel: wherefore the same text goes on: "I am thy fellow-servant ~ 462 2, 82 | idolatry, ~wherefore the text continues: "Adore God."~ 463 2, 84 | contempt, wherefore the same ~text goes on (Malach. 1:12): " 464 2, 84 | has vowed: hence the ~same text says further on (Malach. 465 2, 84 | law of the first-born the text continues (Ex. 13:9): "It 466 2, 95 | usefulness, as ~stated in the text quoted - "that there may 467 2, 104 | nature of good" (Metaph. ii, text. 8). Therefore repayment 468 2, 108 | Philosopher states (Metaph. vii, text. 43; De Part. Animal i, 469 2, 109 | the Philosopher (Metaph. text. 13, 24, x), ~"contrariety 470 2, 111 | worldly, which as the same text goes on to say, ~"is foolishness 471 2, 111 | wisdom seeks. ~Hence the text quoted continues, "and the 472 2, 111 | race of prophets: hence the text goes on, "nor am I the son 473 2, 115 | perfection" ~(Phys. vii, text. 17,18). Therefore a liberal 474 2, 116 | covetous man," and ~the text continues: "There is not 475 2, 116 | sake of money. Hence the text continues: "Because while 476 2, 121 | and fortitude," where the text has "virtue" for "fortitude." 477 2, 136 | with mankind," expounds the text thus: "Effeminate - i.e. 478 2, 140 | pleasures of the body. Hence the text ~goes on to tell of the 479 2, 145 | circumstances. Hence the text goes on to ~say: "Behold 480 2, 145 | your souls," and then the text continues: "From evening 481 2, 156 | Severo'. The correct text is 'Si vero.' The ~translation 482 2, 159 | is perfect" ~(Phys. vii, text. 17). But humility seemingly 483 2, 169 | Holy Ghost, wherefore the text goes on to say: "And the 484 2, 169 | things of ~God; hence the text continues: "And I heard 485 2, 169 | heaven; wherefore the same text continues (1 Cor. 113:10): " 486 2, 172 | denunciation, and afterwards the text continues in reference ~ 487 2, 173 | into that vision.*" [*The text of St. ~Augustine reads: " 488 2, 178 | Philosopher ~says (Metaph. ii, text. 3 [*Ed Did. ia, 1]) that " 489 2, 181 | according to a variant text [*The Septuagint] it is 490 2, 181 | according to Metaph. ix, text. 16 [*Ed. ~Did. viii, 8]. 491 2, 182 | things perfect"; and the text continues (Eph. 6:14,16), 492 2, 184 | difficult thing, ~wherefore the text continues (Mt. 19:9): "Who 493 2, 187 | not do ~so, wherefore the text goes on (Ecclus. 37:14,15), " 494 2, 187 | wherewithal) he cannot, as the text goes on to state, be ~Christ' 495 3, 1 | brackets are not ~in the text of St. Augustine].~Aquin.: 496 3, 2 | is said (Metaph. viii, ~text. 10).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] 497 3, 7 | Hence a gloss says on this text: "As the Father ~begot a 498 3, 9 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. xii, ~text. 39). Hence this act could 499 3, 13 | As Jerome says (on the text quoted): "Power is given 500 3, 15 | as Jerome says, on this text.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[


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