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1 1, 1 | Aristotle has proved (Metaph. vi). Therefore, besides ~philosophical 2 1, 1 | as is clear in Ethic. ~vi. But this doctrine does 3 1, 2 | Philosopher (Metaph. iv, lect. vi) states concerning ~the 4 1, 8 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 6), is "whole ~in the whole 5 1, 10 | the Philosopher (Metaph. vi), is in the mind. Therefore 6 1, 13 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi): "The being of God is the ~ 7 1, 14 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi). ~But our intellect understands 8 1, 14 | infinite, as is proved in Phys. vi. ~Therefore the infinite 9 1, 16 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vi), " The true and the ~false 10 1, 16 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vi) that with regard to ~simple 11 1, 18 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. vi, 1) that "The last echo 12 1, 21 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vi; Ethic. vi, 2,6). Therefore 13 1, 21 | says (Metaph. vi; Ethic. vi, 2,6). Therefore justice 14 1, 22 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5,9,18), it gives good ~ 15 1, 22 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 12), to direct other ~things 16 1, 22 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 9,10), "Prudence ~is what, 17 1, 22 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, ~5,9, 10,11): "Prudence 18 1, 22 | Philosopher proves (Metaph. vi, 7). But the providence 19 1, 25 | the Philosopher (Metaph. vi, 19), better ~than every 20 1, 25 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2): "Of this one thing 21 1, 31 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, ~9): "We must consider 22 1, 31 | when he says (De ~Trin. vi, 6): "We say the Father 23 1, 31 | Augustine expounds (De Trin. vi, 9). Or, if understood of 24 1, 34 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 11): "By Word we ~understand 25 1, 34 | Hilary relates (De Trin. vi); but on account of the 26 1, 35 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 2): "The Son alone is the ~ 27 1, 37 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 5): "The Holy Ghost is 28 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 7): "When we say the ~person 29 1, 39 | altogether repudiates (De Trin. vi, 2), showing that the Father 30 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 10): "What the Apostle ~ 31 1, 39 | his explanation (De Trin. vi, 10): ~"Where - that is, 32 1, 39 | Augustine when he says (De Trin. vi, 10), "Where there exists 33 1, 39 | same when he says (De Trin. vi, 10): "As the perfect Word, 34 1, 39 | Augustine says ~(De Trin. vi, 10): "That love, that delectation, 35 1, 39 | this when he says (De Trin. vi, 10): "In the Trinity, ~ 36 1, 42 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, ~10): "If an image answers 37 1, 42 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 18) that "in things which ~ 38 1, 45 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 10), that "the trace of ~ 39 1, 45 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi 10) that the ~trace of the 40 1, 46 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) that ~everything 41 1, 50 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. vi, text 32). But Damascene 42 1, 51 | Bernard likewise says ~(Hom. vi. super Cant.): "Let us assign 43 1, 52 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi). Therefore an angel can 44 1, 52 | to ~Augustine (De Trin. vi). But demons, although they 45 1, 53 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32,86) "nothing which 46 1, 53 | Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle is 47 1, 53 | middle, as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 1. And the same must 48 1, 56 | own powers" (Coel. Hier. vi). But, when the substance 49 1, 58 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi), there can be nescience 50 1, 63 | continuous, as it is proved Phys. vi, ~text. 2. But in the angels, 51 1, 63 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vi, vii). Therefore, the highest ~ 52 1, 70 | fourth day, Chrysostom (Hom. vi in Gen.) explains ~this 53 1, 70 | Wherefore Chrysostom says (Hom. vi in Gen.) that He is said ~ 54 1, 70 | Chrysostom remarks ~(Hom. vi in Gen.), the sun, moon, 55 1, 70 | But Basil (Hom. ~iii, vi in Hexaem.) and Damascene ( 56 1, 75 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 6) that the soul "is ~simple 57 1, 76 | says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 1). Therefore it is unintelligible 58 1, 76 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 6), that "in each body 59 1, 77 | from Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 4). Therefore the powers 60 1, 37 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 5): "The Holy Ghost is 61 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 7): "When we say the ~person 62 1, 39 | altogether repudiates (De Trin. vi, 2), showing that the Father 63 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 10): "What the Apostle ~ 64 1, 39 | his explanation (De Trin. vi, 10): ~"Where - that is, 65 1, 39 | Augustine when he says (De Trin. vi, 10), "Where there exists 66 1, 39 | same when he says (De Trin. vi, 10): ~"As the perfect Word, 67 1, 39 | Augustine says ~(De Trin. vi, 10): "That love, that delectation, 68 1, 39 | this when he says (De Trin. vi, 10): "In the Trinity, ~ 69 1, 42 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, ~10): "If an image answers 70 1, 42 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 18) that "in things which ~ 71 1, 46 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 10), that "the trace of ~ 72 1, 46 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi 10) that the ~trace of the 73 1, 47 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 40) that ~everything 74 1, 51 | Philosopher says ~(Phys. vi, text 32). But Damascene 75 1, 52 | Bernard likewise says ~(Hom. vi. super Cant.): "Let us assign 76 1, 53 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi). Therefore an angel can 77 1, 53 | to ~Augustine (De Trin. vi). But demons, although they 78 1, 54 | Philosopher proves (Phys. vi, text 32,86) "nothing which 79 1, 54 | Philosopher ~(Phys. v, text 22; vi, text 77), "The middle is 80 1, 54 | middle, as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 1. And the same must 81 1, 57 | own powers" (Coel. Hier. vi). ~But, when the substance 82 1, 59 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi), there can be nescience 83 1, 64 | continuous, as it is proved Phys. vi, ~text. 2. But in the angels, 84 1, 64 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vi, vii). Therefore, the highest ~ 85 1, 71 | fourth day, Chrysostom (Hom. vi in Gen.) explains ~this 86 1, 71 | Wherefore Chrysostom says (Hom. vi in Gen.) that He is said ~ 87 1, 71 | Chrysostom remarks ~(Hom. vi in Gen.), the sun, moon, 88 1, 71 | But Basil (Hom. ~iii, vi in Hexaem.) and Damascene ( 89 1, 74 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 6) that the soul "is ~simple 90 1, 75 | says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 1). Therefore it is unintelligible 91 1, 75 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 6), that "in each body 92 1, 76 | from Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 4). Therefore the powers 93 1, 78 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 1) that "the ~scientific 94 1, 78 | Philosopher explains (Ethic. vi, 6). Wherefore the ~first 95 1, 81 | Philosopher says in ~Metaph. vi (Did. v, 2) that "good and 96 1, 82 | Therefore Aristotle (Ethic. vi, 2) leaves ~it in doubt 97 1, 83 | proves in many ways ~(Metaph. vi), Avicenna (De Anima v) 98 1, 84 | individual (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 10), and need not be ~considered 99 1, 84 | clear (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 13). But if we consider 100 1, 84 | Philosopher says (Metaph. vi, Did. v, 4) that "truth 101 1, 84 | known," as ~is said Topic. vi, 4. But the indivisible 102 1, 85 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 6), the objects of ~understanding, 103 1, 88 | Philosopher says (Praedic. vi, 4,5), that "a habit ~is 104 1, 89 | is said Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 1 that an ~accident should 105 1, 90 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. vi, 12), man surpasses ~other 106 1, 92 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi, 12): "Man's excellence ~ 107 1, 92 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 2) that ~"the Son alone 108 1, 93 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2). So that, as long as 109 1, 96 | the Philosopher says (Top. vi, 3): "Excessive ~suffering 110 1, 98 | says ~(De Animal. Histor. vi, 19): "The northern wind 111 1, 104 | proves (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, ~8), nothing can bring 112 1, 105 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi): that "in the heavenly 113 1, 107 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. vi) distinguishes three ~hierarchies 114 1, 107 | three orders (Coel. Hier. vi).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] 115 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. ~Hier. vi). Hence we can only distinguish 116 1, 109 | proves (Metaph. ~vii, Did. vi, 8), what is made, properly 117 1, 112 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi) ~attributes to prudence. 118 1, 114 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi, 10), they are ~principally 119 1, 114 | refuted by Aristotle (Metaph. vi, Did. v, ~3) as to this 120 2, 4 | estimate of prudence (Ethic. vi, 5). ~Therefore delight 121 2, 5 | declares (Div. Nom. iv, vi, vii) in several ~passages. 122 2, 5 | good, as stated in Ethic. vi, 2. Consequently he will 123 2, 6 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) ~that "delight," or 124 2, 7 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. vi, 2) that "no art or science 125 2, 8 | powers of the soul" (Ethic. vi, 1). Now, the end and the 126 2, 13 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2) that choice is either " 127 2, 13 | Further, according to Ethic. vi, 12, "it is from prudence 128 2, 13 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 12) that "virtue makes 129 2, 14 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2) that choice "is intellect 130 2, 16 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 10) that "this love, delight, 131 2, 18 | as is stated in Metaph. vi, 4. Therefore an action ~ 132 2, 18 | is accidental" (Metaph. vi, 2). ~Therefore the goodness 133 2, 18 | Gregory says in a homily (vi in Evang.): "An idle word ~ 134 2, 19 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5), "goodness of action 135 2, 19 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 2) that the goodness of ~ 136 2, 20 | OBJ 2: As stated in Ethic. vi, 12, a moral virtue is ordained 137 2, 21 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. vi, 5) that "in art, he who 138 2, 22 | as is stated in Topic. vi, 6. But ~the soul is incorruptible. 139 2, 22 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. vi, 4) that "good and evil," 140 2, 22 | find it stated (Metaph. vi, 4) that ~"the true and 141 2, 29 | not in the mind" (Metaph. vi, 4). Since therefore the 142 2, 33 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5), that "pleasure ~destroys 143 2, 34 | on Matthew [*Origen, Hom. vi in Num.] that "at the ~time 144 2, 35 | quoting Virgil (Aeneid, vi, 733): "hence wild ~desires 145 2, 35 | the intellect" ~(Ethic. vi, 2). Consequently sorrow 146 2, 40 | Philosopher states (Metaph. ~vi, 4). Therefore there is 147 2, 41 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 2) that "pursuit and ~avoidance 148 2, 42 | avoid, as stated in ~Ethic. vi, 2: and pursuit is of good, 149 2, 49 | the Predicaments (Categor. vi). But one ~predicament is 150 2, 49 | the Predicaments (Categor. vi). Now disposition is "the 151 2, 49 | Predicaments ~(Categor. vi) that "habit is a quality 152 2, 49 | Predicaments ~(Categor. vi), that heat and cold are 153 2, 49 | Predicaments ~(Categor. vi) that "one species of quality 154 2, 49 | of Predicaments (Categor. vi) ~reckons disposition and 155 2, 50 | Predicaments (De ~Categor. vi) that health of the body 156 2, 50 | The Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 2,3,10) puts science, ~ 157 2, 51 | the contrary, In Ethic. vi, 6, among other habits, 158 2, 52 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 8).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] 159 2, 52 | Predicaments ~(Categor. vi). The third opinion was 160 2, 52 | Predicaments ~(Categor. vi), where in explaining why 161 2, 53 | says about prudence (Ethic. vi, 5) that "it cannot be lost 162 2, 53 | itself, as stated in Ethic. vi, 1: and to these ~applies 163 2, 54 | Philosopher says in Ethic. vi, 1, ~that "those objects 164 2, 55 | Philosopher says (Categor. vi) that science and ~virtue 165 2, 55 | Augustine says (De Moribus Eccl. vi): "No one can doubt ~that 166 2, 56 | things to be done" (Ethic. vi, 5). And it is also in the 167 2, 56 | a perverse will (Ethic. vi, 12). Therefore one ~virtue 168 2, 56 | called virtues ~(Ethic. vi, 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[56] 169 2, 56 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 3) holds that science, 170 2, 56 | belongs to prudence ~(Ethic. vi, 2,5). But that the irascible 171 2, 56 | as is clear from ~Ethic. vi, 1. Therefore there is no 172 2, 57 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, ~1) places certain intellectual 173 2, 57 | thus Gregory says (Moral. vi) that the "contemplative 174 2, 57 | science, as stated in Ethic. vi, 7. Therefore wisdom ~should 175 2, 57 | The Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 1) reckons these three ~ 176 2, 57 | so, as stated in Ethic. vi, 3, they are not ~intellectual 177 2, 57 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore art is ~not 178 2, 57 | The Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 3,4) says that art is a ~ 179 2, 57 | otherwise than they are" (Ethic. vi, 4,5). Now some speculative ~ 180 2, 57 | of good counsel" (Ethic. ~vi, 5). But counselling takes 181 2, 57 | prudence from art (Ethic. ~vi, 5).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 182 2, 57 | things, as stated in Ethic. vi, 5. Now art is not necessary 183 2, 57 | counsel," as ~stated in Ethic. vi, 5. But man can act not 184 2, 57 | OBJ 3: As stated in Ethic. vi, 2, truth is not the same 185 2, 57 | take good counsel" (Ethic. vi, 9). Now it "belongs to ~ 186 2, 57 | counsel," as stated (Ethic. vi, 9). Therefore ~"{euboulia}" 187 2, 57 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, ~9,10,11), who assigns 188 2, 58 | virtues, as stated in Ethic. vi, 13. Therefore moral virtue 189 2, 58 | virtue, as stated in Ethic. vi, 13. ~Therefore moral virtue 190 2, 58 | prudence," as stated in ~Ethic. vi, 13. Hence he maintained 191 2, 58 | intellectual virtues ~(Ethic. vi, 3,5); and again is placed 192 2, 58 | Aristotle declares (Ethic. vi, 13).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] 193 2, 58 | of good counsel" ~(Ethic. vi, 9). Now many are of good 194 2, 58 | to sin willingly" (Ethic. vi, 5). ~Therefore prudence 195 2, 59 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that "pleasures destroy 196 2, 59 | declares (De Moribus Eccl. vi, xi, xiii). But God does 197 2, 61 | appetite, as stated in Ethic. vi, 2. Therefore there are 198 2, 61 | Augustine says (De Moribus Eccl. vi), "the soul needs ~to follow 199 2, 62 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 3,7) reckons ~as an intellectual 200 2, 64 | taken absolutely (Ethic. vi, 2); in the case of practical ~ 201 2, 65 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 4) that "the virtues that 202 2, 65 | the same reason (De Trin. vi, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] 203 2, 65 | their connection (Ethic. vi, 13). Because, as stated 204 2, 66 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 4) that "those who are ~ 205 2, 66 | kind of equality (De Trin. vi, 4) when he says: "If you 206 2, 66 | But according ~to Ethic. vi, 12, "moral virtue gives 207 2, 66 | stated in ~Ethic. ii, 6; vi, 13.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] 208 2, 66 | belongs to prudence (Ethic. vi, 8), "orders that ~sciences 209 2, 66 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 7) that wisdom is "the ~ 210 2, 66 | unless," as stated in Ethic. vi, 7, "man were the greatest 211 2, 66 | in the same book (Ethic. ~vi), that prudence does not 212 2, 67 | Philosopher says (Categor. vi) that since science is ~ 213 2, 68 | the Predicaments (Categor. vi). Now it ~is proper to Christ 214 2, 68 | things to be made (Ethic. vi, 4). ~However, we may say 215 2, 68 | Gregory states ~(Moral. vi). Therefore not all the 216 2, 75 | as is proved in Metaph. vi, text. 5. Accordingly, though 217 2, 78 | habit, as stated in Ethic. vi, 2 with regard to ~virtuous 218 2, 94 | relates ~(De Bello Gall. vi).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 219 2, 95 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 11) that in such matters, " 220 2, 99 | Augustine says ~(Contra Faust. vi, 2) that in the Old Law 221 2, 109 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. vi, 2). Now the intellect can 222 2, 109 | says (De Corr. et ~Gratia vi). Correction is therefore 223 2, 110 | De ~Gratia et Lib. Arbit. vi). Now merit consists in 224 2, 113 | Philosopher says (Phys. vi, 1). Therefore the justification ~ 225 2, 113 | as is proved in Physic. vi, 1. ~But time is terminated 226 2, 1 | Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. vi, 2). Now faith is a virtue 227 2, 2 | states (De Corr. et Grat. v, vi ~[*Cf. Ep. cxc; De Praed. 228 2, 4 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 3). Much ~less, therefore, 229 2, 4 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, ~2,3); secondly, for the 230 2, 8 | known, as stated in ~Ethic. vi, 6. Therefore it should 231 2, 8 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 6). Much more, therefore, 232 2, 13 | De ~Bap. contra Donat. vi, 35) he says that "a man 233 2, 14 | extremes, as stated in Ethic. vi, even as the senses ~are 234 2, 19 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 2) affirmation ~and negation 235 2, 22 | explained in ~Ethic. ii, vi, from the fact that they 236 2, 22 | virtues, according to Ethic. vi. But ~they are to be found 237 2, 23 | De Nat. et Dig. Amoris. vi.] ~drew his assertion that " 238 2, 31 | of good counsel (Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore ~fraternal 239 2, 31 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 12), prudence ~regulates 240 2, 37 | De Bap. contra Donat. ~vi, 5]): "One who is separated 241 2, 37 | Augustine says (Contra Donat. vi, 5) that "Baptism ~can be 242 2, 43 | Further, Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37) that "in contemplation 243 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that "in art it is ~ 244 2, 45 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 5,7,9) ~that a prudent 245 2, 45 | goes on to say (Ethic. vi, 5) that prudence is "something 246 2, 45 | part of the soul (Ethic. vi, 1). Now art may be not 247 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that prudence is ~right 248 2, 45 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5) "a prudent ~man is one 249 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ~vi, 5) that just as he who 250 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 7) that "prudence ~does 251 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 8), prudence does not ~ 252 2, 45 | appears in the ~Predicaments (vi). Therefore prudence is 253 2, 45 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 5): wherefore art is not 254 2, 45 | prudence, as ~stated in Ethic. vi, 13. Therefore prudence 255 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 13) that "the effect of ~ 256 2, 45 | applied to action" (Ethic. ~vi, 5); and all works of virtue 257 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 12) that "moral virtue ~ 258 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that "the prudent ~man 259 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 10) that "prudence ~commands."~ 260 2, 45 | prudence, as stated in Ethic. vi, 5, for it is more imprudent 261 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 9) that "one should be ~ 262 2, 45 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 8) some have ~held that 263 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 8) that "political prudence, 264 2, 45 | take good counsel ~(Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore prudence 265 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 8) that there are two ~ 266 2, 45 | of a mastercraft" (Ethic. vi, 8), but in the ~subjects, " 267 2, 45 | Further, according to Ethic. vi, 7, "we say that to be of 268 2, 45 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. vi, 12) that "it is ~impossible 269 2, 45 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 12) there is "cleverness," ~[*{ 270 2, 45 | had said ~before (Ethic. vi, 5,11) that "they are the 271 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that "forgetfulness ~ 272 2, 45 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that "pleasure and ~ 273 2, 46 | Aristotle says (Ethic. vi, ~9,10,11) that "good counsel," " 274 2, 46 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 11): "Of such things one 275 2, 47 | the rational part (Ethic. vi, ~5). Therefore memory is 276 2, 47 | concerned, as stated in Ethic. ~vi, 2,7. Therefore memory is 277 2, 47 | concluded from like" (Ethic. vi ~[*Anal. Post. i. 32]). 278 2, 47 | prudence, according ~to Ethic. vi, 3. Therefore understanding 279 2, 47 | matters of action (Ethic. vi, ~7): whereas understanding 280 2, 47 | understanding, as stated in Ethic. vi, 11, ~is cognizant of an 281 2, 47 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, ~11): "It is right to pay 282 2, 47 | Hence as stated ~(Ethic. vi, 11), even in subjects, 283 2, 47 | prudence according to Ethic. ~vi, 5,7,9. Now there is no 284 2, 47 | for shrewdness [*Ethic. ~vi, 9; Poster. i, 34] which 285 2, 47 | slow, as stated in Ethic. vi, 9. Therefore shrewdness 286 2, 47 | the true reason (Ethic. vi, 9) to ~prove that {euboulia}, 287 2, 47 | reason as its subject (Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore reason ~should 288 2, 47 | counsel, as stated ~in Ethic. vi, 7. Now counsel is a research 289 2, 48 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 8) reckons a part of prudence ~ 290 2, 48 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 8) that "of the ~prudence 291 2, 48 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5) "prudence is ~directed 292 2, 48 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 8) that there are ~various 293 2, 48 | art, according to Ethic. ~vi, 3. Now military prudence 294 2, 49 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 9) {euboulia} ~(deliberating 295 2, 49 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. vi, 9).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[51] 296 2, 49 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ~vi, 5), the "prudent man is, 297 2, 49 | end, as stated in Ethic. vi, 9, not indeed to some ~ 298 2, 49 | preceptive, according to Ethic. vi, 10. But ~this does not 299 2, 49 | life in general" [*Ethic. vi, 5]: for counsel comes ~ 300 2, 49 | Philosopher states ~(Ethic. vi, 11). Therefore {synesis} ( 301 2, 49 | Philosopher concludes (Ethic. vi, 11) that {gnome} ~(judging 302 2, 51 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) that "he who sins willingly ~ 303 2, 51 | circumstances, as stated in Ethic. vi, 9. ~Therefore there is 304 2, 51 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. vi, 9) that "one should be ~ 305 2, 51 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 5) "pleasure above ~all 306 2, 53 | Philosopher states in Ethic. vi, 12.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] 307 2, 55 | the Philosopher [*Ethic. vi, 8] reckons "legislative" 308 2, 58 | Philosopher states (Ethic. vi, 3) that suspicion is ~about 309 2, 58 | evil," as stated in Ethic. vi, 2, wherefore everyone ~ 310 2, 66 | caus. iv, qu. 1; caus. vi, qu. 1]: wherefore ~it is 311 2, 66 | defamation [*Can. Infames, caus. vi, qu. 1], ~which punishment 312 2, 67 | to the Decretals (II, qu. vi, cap. A judicibus) it is 313 2, 67 | laid down (Decret. ~II, qu. vi, can. Omnis oppressus): " 314 2, 67 | it is laid down (II, qu. vi, can. Omnino puniendus): " 315 2, 67 | according to Decretals II, qu. vi, can. Catholicus: ~"The 316 2, 71 | Grat. ad can. Oves, caus. vi, qu. 1]: "Not ~unfrequently 317 2, 78 | sciences') ~[*Aristotle, Ethic. vi, 13]: and "holiness" comes 318 2, 79 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei vi, 10) commends Seneca for ~ 319 2, 81 | Augustine [*Rabanus, De Univ. vi, 14]: says (De Verb. Dom.) 320 2, 86 | Jovin.: Comment. in Micheam vi, ~viii: Comment. in Jerem. 321 2, 86 | Dionysius states (Eccl. Hier. vi). The reason of this is ~ 322 2, 88 | N.T., Hist. Certam. Apost. ~vi, 19] that he caused Hermogenes 323 2, 88 | Historiae Certam. Apost. vi. 19.]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] 324 2, 92 | the temples [*De Civ. Dei vi, 5].~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] 325 2, 92 | Thus Augustine (De Civ. Dei vi, 10) ~quotes Seneca as saying: " 326 2, 92 | condemns Seneca (De Civ. Dei vi, 10) in that "his ~worship 327 2, 93 | it is proved in Metaph. vi [*Ed. Did. ~v, 3], an accidental 328 2, 96 | through ~committing perjury (VI, qu. i, cap. Infames). Now 329 2, 104 | Seneca observes (De Benef. vi), "it matters much whether ~ 330 2, 104 | Seneca writes (De Benef. vi): "There are many ways of 331 2, 104 | Seneca says (De ~Benef. vi), "it were inhuman to desire 332 2, 115 | according to Augustine (De Trin. vi, 8), "in things that ~are 333 2, 121 | object beloved": and (Music. vi) he ~says that fortitude 334 2, 121 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi), "In things that are ~great, 335 2, 122 | Augustine ~declares (Music. vi). Now there are many other 336 2, 125 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 9), "one should ~take counsel 337 2, 132 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 4) "act is ~right reason 338 2, 132 | Philosopher says (Ethic. vi, 5) "there must needs be ~ 339 2, 139 | Augustine says (Music. vi, 15): "Temperance is the 340 2, 140 | this when he says (Music. vi, 11) that if the ~mind be 341 2, 145 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. vi, 19) that "fasting is frugality ~ 342 2, 151 | as Jerome [*Origen, Hom. vi in Num.; Cf. Jerome, Ep. 343 2, 151 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5), intemperance ~is the 344 2, 164 | virtues, as ~stated in Ethic. vi, 13. Consequently, in so 345 2, 165 | Augustine says (Confess. vi, 8) that when "a fall occurred 346 2, 165 | Philosopher ~states (Poet. vi). Therefore the vice of 347 2, 165 | Hence Chrysostom says [*Hom. vi in Matth.] that such sights 348 2, 166 | Now Chrysostom says [*Hom. vi in Matth.]: ~"It is not 349 2, 169 | of their power of mind [vi mentis]," [*The Latin ~' 350 2, 169 | Augustine states (Confess. vi, 13) that his mother said " 351 2, 170 | Plato [*Phaed. xxvii; Civit. vi], who held that our ~souls 352 2, 170 | quotation is from Origen, Hom. vi in Num.] that "at the time 353 2, 177 | to Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. vi): whereas contemplation 354 2, 177 | Gregory declares (Moral. vi, 37 [*Hom. xiv in ~Ezech.]). 355 2, 178 | Further, Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37; Hom. xix in Ezech.) 356 2, 178 | Now ~Gregory says (Moral. vi [*Hom. xiv in Ezech.; Cf. 357 2, 178 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37) that "in contemplation 358 2, 178 | Further, Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37) that "contemplative 359 2, 179 | applied to action" ~(Ethic. vi, 5); so that the ends of 360 2, 180 | as Gregory says ~(Moral. vi, 37) the active life is 361 2, 180 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37): "Great are the merits 362 2, 180 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37): "Those who wish to 363 2, 180 | Hence Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37): "Those who wish to ~ 364 2, 180 | for ~Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37): "Often those who were 365 2, 180 | Hence Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37) that "there be some ~ 366 2, 180 | Wherefore Gregory says (Moral. vi, 37) that "some ~are so 367 2, 181 | in the Decretals (II, qu. vi, can. ~Si Quando): "Whenever 368 2, 181 | contrary, Isidore says (Etym. vi, 19) that "officium [duty] 369 2, 181 | Wherefore Isidore says (Etym. vi, 19) that ~"to have an office 370 2, 181 | For Isidore says ~(Etym. vi): "There are various kinds 371 2, 182 | perfecters, and (Eccl. Hier. vi) to religious (whom he ~ 372 2, 182 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi), speaking of ~religious: " 373 2, 182 | Dionysius adds (Eccl. ~Hier. vi): "Hence the holy legislation 374 2, 182 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi); [*Quoted above A[5]] ~ 375 2, 182 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v, vi), bishops are in the position ~ 376 2, 182 | Dialogue (De Sacerdot. ~vi): "Take for example a monk, 377 2, 182 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi) the ~monastic order must 378 2, 183 | to Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. vi), ~perfection pertains actively 379 2, 184 | hence Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. vi) places penitents in ~the 380 2, 184 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi) that those who are called ~ 381 2, 184 | Dionysius states (Eccl. Hier. vi), where he also says that 382 2, 185 | Dionysius asserts (Eccl. Hier. vi). ~Therefore it would seem 383 2, 186 | matter, [*Arist., Topic. ~vi 8] religious orders differ 384 2, 186 | Dionysius says (Eccl. Hier. vi) that they are "called ~ 385 2, 186 | Hence Gregory ~says (Moral. vi) that "some through seeking 386 2, 186 | at the end of De Musica vi, 17: "Whilst we think that 387 2, 187 | the Lives of the Fathers (vi, 1) that by ~entering religion 388 3, 3 | Augustine says (De Trin. ~vi, 3): "The Spirit of God 389 3, 7 | the Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 3) enumerates ~these with 390 3, 11 | exist, as is said Ethic. vi, 7. Hence for prudence are ~ 391 3, 20 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi, 8), for this reason the 392 3, 27 | Dionysius ~says (Eccl. Hier. vi). The second purification 393 3, 30 | commenting on Luke (Hom. vi), that if "she had ~known 394 3, 31 | i, qu. lvi; ~part 2, qu. vi] to the effect that we are 395 3, 31 | Ambrose says (De Incarn. vi): "Thou shalt find in Christ 396 3, 33 | moved, as is proved Phys. vi. ~Therefore Christ's body 397 3, 33 | Ambrose says (De Incarn. vi): "In this mystery thou ~ 398 3, 36 | as Chrysostom says ~(Hom. vi in Matth.): "Our Lord deigned 399 3, 36 | sense Chrysostom says (Hom. vi in Matth.): "It is not an ~ 400 3, 36 | As Chrysostom says (Hom. vi in Matth.), it is clear, 401 3, 39 | says (Super Joan., Tract. vi): Our Lord "manifests" the 402 3, 40 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. vi): "If a question be raised 403 3, 50 | Vigilius Tapsensis, De Trin. vi; ~Bardenhewer assigns it 404 3, 52 | bodies, as is proved in Phys. vi, text. 32; ~while descent 405 3, 57 | as is proved in Physics vi. Consequently, it is not ~ 406 3, 59 | Augustine says (De Trin. vi), eternity is attributed 407 3, 61 | as ~Gregory says (Hom. vi in Ezech.): "With the advance 408 3, 64 | Augustine (Isidore, Etym. vi) says: "The Divine power ~ 409 3, 67 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. vi), so can ~we gather, from 410 3, 67 | declares (Eccl. Hier. v, vi). Therefore to baptize ~ 411 3, 68 | Augustine (Contra Julian. vi) proves that "not everything 412 3, 68 | Augustine says (Cont. Julian. vi): "If what is conceived ~ 413 3, 70 | Augustine says (QQ. in Josue vi), those were guilty of ~ 414 3, 75 | Ambrose says (De Sacram. vi): "As the Lord ~Jesus Christ 415 3, 75 | instants, as is proved in Phys. vi. And therefore a first ~ 416 3, 84 | Gregory [*Cf. ~Isidore, Etym. vi, ch. 19] says: "The sacraments 417 3, 84 | Gregory says [*Isidore, Etym. vi, ch. 19], "a ~sacrament 418 3, 89 | Pope Innocent I ~says (Ep. vi ad Agapit.) that "the canons 419 Suppl, 19| according to Augustine (De Trin. vi, 8), "to be ~better is to 420 Suppl, 23| Cap. Sacris: De his quae vi, metuve, ~etc.) declares 421 Suppl, 25| Victor declares (Tract. vi Sum. Sent. [*Of ~doubtful 422 Suppl, 32| according to Augustine (De Trin. vi, 6), "the whole soul ~is 423 Suppl, 47| jurists (i, ff. de eo quod vi metusve) as the "force of 424 Suppl, 47| audientiam, De his ~quae vi.] cannot be compelled by 425 Suppl, 62| Quod bene semel, ~Caus. vi, qu. iv): "That which has 426 Suppl, 70| the Philosopher ~(Ethic. vi, 11). If, however, he means 427 Suppl, 71| of the Fathers (iii, 172; vi, 3) we read, ~and the Damascene 428 Suppl, 79| substance" [*Aristotle, Topic. vi, 1]. Now ~the bodies of 429 Suppl, 79| the Philosopher (Metaph. vi, 12), essential ~differences 430 Suppl, 80| boundaries ~coincide" (Phys. vi, 6). Therefore it is not 431 Suppl, 81| is demonstrated in Phys. vi, 4. Now the space traversed 432 Suppl, 81| as ~is proved in Phys. vi, 6: while whatever has been 433 Suppl, 81| as is proved in Phys. vi, 5. Nor ~is there any comparison 434 Suppl, 82| according to Avicenna (Natural. vi, 2), "every luminous body ~ 435 Suppl, 83| the Philosopher (Topic. vi), "increase of passion ~ 436 Suppl, 85| History of ~the Church (vi, 7) and in Jerome's book 437 Suppl, 89| Avicenna proves (De Natural. vi.), because ~the essence 438 Suppl, 89| Dionysius says (Hier. Eccles. vi): "The higher angels ~cleanse 439 Suppl, 93| Office of S. Lucy; lect. vi of Dominican ~Breviary, 440 Suppl, 93| Dionysius says (Hier. Eccles. vi). Therefore at least the 441 Suppl, 94| According to Basil (Homilia vi in Hexaemeron and Hom. i ~


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