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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 6 | Augustine says (De Trin. viii), "This and that are good; 2 1, 8 | from St. Gregory, (Hom. viii in Ezech.)].~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 9 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit viii, ~20), "The Creator Spirit 4 1, 10 | Augustine says ~(Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,22,23), that "God moves 5 1, 10 | Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. viii, 20,22,23) that to be moved 6 1, 11 | the ~Philosopher (Categor. viii). Nevertheless every privation 7 1, 12 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 22,23), "God moves ~the 8 1, 12 | Augustine says (Confess. viii): "If we both see that ~ 9 1, 16 | Avicenna's ~definition (Metaph. viii, 6), "The truth of each 10 1, 16 | according to Anselm (De Verit. viii), "is a certain rightness" 11 1, 18 | Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 1) that "Movement is like 12 1, 18 | Philosopher shows (Phys. viii, 56,57). Since then, all 13 1, 19 | unmoved, as proved in Phys. viii, 49. Therefore there is 14 1, 20 | Philosopher shows (Ethic. viii, 2). Therefore God does ~ 15 1, 21 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. viii, 4): "We ~must needs see 16 1, 22 | Gregory of Nyssa (De Provid. viii, 3), is ~exploded. He taught 17 1, 22 | us (De Civ. Dei, 1, 2: ~viii, 14).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] 18 1, 25 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 79) that if the ~power 19 1, 25 | contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. viii), that "God's power is ~ 20 1, 25 | The Philosopher (Phys. viii, 79) proves that if a body 21 1, 25 | unity of numbers (Metaph. viii, 10). Another kind of goodness ~ 22 1, 36 | persons; for Hilary (De Trin. viii) shows that the "Spirit 23 1, 44 | necessary ~has no cause (Phys. viii, text 46). But this is manifestly 24 1, 46 | Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, but relatively, ~ 25 1, 46 | because, both in ~Phys. viii and in De Coelo i, text 26 1, 46 | which Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid against ~those 27 1, 46 | forward this reason (Phys. viii, text 10) against those ~ 28 1, 46 | Anaxagoras (as quoted in Phys. ~viii, text 15). But it does not 29 1, 47 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. viii, 10), the forms of things 30 1, 50 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 10). But in material 31 1, 51 | east," as stated in Phys. viii, text 84.~Aquin.: SMT FP 32 1, 54 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei viii) that in the angels ~there 33 1, 57 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii) that "God moves the spiritual 34 1, 58 | Anima iii, text. 8; Phys. ~viii, 32), the intellect is in 35 1, 61 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 16) that if ~any 36 1, 61 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,21) that "God moves 37 1, 62 | Gen. ad. lit. v, 4,23; ~viii, 3), the growing of plants 38 1, 62 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~3), such as trees, animals, 39 1, 66 | Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei viii, ~11). But Rabbi Moses ( 40 1, 67 | movement as is ~proved Phys. viii, text. 55, we use terms 41 1, 69 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5; viii, 3) says that ~the earth 42 1, 70 | as is proved in ~Phys. viii, text. 34, because, what 43 1, 70 | Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 42,43), after showing 44 1, 70 | animal as animal (Phys. viii, text. 27).~ 45 1, 72 | them, as Basil says (Hom. viii in Hexaem.). The life ~of 46 1, 72 | as Basil upholds (Hom. viii in Hexaem.) and Augustine ~ 47 1, 75 | as we find proved ~Phys. viii, 6; and this does not appear 48 1, 75 | But, as is shown in Phys. ~viii, 6, there is a mover which 49 1, 75 | Philosopher says Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6). But the ~ 50 1, 76 | the Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference 51 1, 76 | Philosopher says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 2), that ~the 52 1, 76 | Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6), ~against 53 1, 76 | reason Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 3), compares 54 1, 76 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5). But the part ~which 55 1, 76 | numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii ~(Did. vii, 3); and consequently 56 1, 76 | Philosopher ~says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6).~Aquin.: SMT 57 1, 45 | necessary ~has no cause (Phys. viii, text 46). But this is manifestly 58 1, 47 | Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, but relatively, ~ 59 1, 47 | because, both in ~Phys. viii and in De Coelo i, text 60 1, 47 | which Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid against ~those 61 1, 47 | forward this reason (Phys. viii, text 10) against those ~ 62 1, 47 | Anaxagoras (as quoted in Phys. ~viii, text 15). But it does not 63 1, 48 | Philosopher says ~(Metaph. viii, 10), the forms of things 64 1, 51 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 10). But in material 65 1, 52 | east," as stated in Phys. viii, text 84.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 55 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei viii) that in the angels ~there 67 1, 58 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii) that "God moves the spiritual 68 1, 59 | Anima iii, text. 8; Phys. ~viii, 32), the intellect is in 69 1, 62 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 16) that if ~any 70 1, 62 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,21) that "God moves 71 1, 63 | Gen. ad. lit. v, 4,23; ~viii, 3), the growing of plants 72 1, 63 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~3), such as trees, animals, 73 1, 67 | Augustine relates (De Civ. Dei viii, ~11). But Rabbi Moses ( 74 1, 68 | movement as is ~proved Phys. viii, text. 55, we use terms 75 1, 70 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5; viii, 3) says that ~the earth 76 1, 71 | as is proved in ~Phys. viii, text. 34, because, what 77 1, 71 | Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 42,43), after showing 78 1, 71 | animal as animal (Phys. viii, text. 27).~Aquin.: SMT 79 1, 71 | them, as Basil says (Hom. viii in Hexaem.). The life ~of 80 1, 71 | as Basil upholds (Hom. viii in Hexaem.) and Augustine ~ 81 1, 74 | as we find proved ~Phys. viii, 6; and this does not appear 82 1, 74 | But, as is shown in Phys. ~viii, 6, there is a mover which 83 1, 74 | Philosopher says Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6). But the ~ 84 1, 75 | the Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference 85 1, 75 | Philosopher says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 2), that ~the 86 1, 75 | Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6), ~against 87 1, 75 | reason Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 3), compares 88 1, 75 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5). But the part ~which 89 1, 75 | numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 3); and consequently 90 1, 75 | Philosopher ~says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6).~Aquin.: SMT 91 1, 77 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 7). Touch ~and taste are 92 1, 77 | De sensu et sensibilibus (viii). So there is no ~need to 93 1, 78 | the Philosopher (Metaph. viii, 2), ~"rational powers regard 94 1, 80 | says [*De Animal. Histor. viii.].~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] 95 1, 81 | the Philosopher ~(Metaph. viii, 2), extend to opposite 96 1, 83 | shown Metaph. ix ~(Did. viii, 9): wherefore neither is 97 1, 84 | action (Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8), one which remains ~ 98 1, 84 | who says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~20,22), that "God moves 99 1, 84 | is said ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 10.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[85] 100 1, 86 | potentiality (Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 9): for a thing ~is a being, 101 1, 86 | is said Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8. ~Therefore the first 102 1, 88 | its substance" (De Causis viii): for a thing is understood ~ 103 1, 91 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, ~12), the human male and 104 1, 101 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 1): "Three general ~opinions 105 1, 101 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 7): "It is probable that ~ 106 1, 101 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5, viii, 3), the ~plants were not 107 1, 101 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 10), these words in ~Genesis 108 1, 102 | Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 6). But God can by ~Himself 109 1, 103 | same work (Gen. ad ~lit. viii, 12) he says: "As the air 110 1, 103 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, ~10) that, "a finite power 111 1, 104 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 10) that an infinite ~power 112 1, 104 | The Philosopher (Phys. viii, 10) intends to prove that 113 1, 104 | stated in ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8. But the action of what 114 1, 105 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. viii) that "the angels of ~the 115 1, 107 | Dionysius says ~(Coel. Hier. viii) that the "name 'virtues' 116 1, 107 | also states (Coel. Hier. viii) that the name "Domination" 117 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Coel. ~Hier. viii) that the name "Power" signifies 118 1, 109 | the Philosopher (Phys. viii, 7) proves that local motion ~ 119 1, 109 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 7). The reason of this 120 1, 111 | Dionysius says ~(Coel. Hier. viii). Therefore all the angels 121 1, 111 | Dionysius says (Coel. Hier. viii) that the "Dominations ~ 122 1, 114 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei viii, 16). And this is the second 123 1, 116 | Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 4). In order to ~make this 124 2, 1 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 5) that we ~cannot proceed 125 2, 2 | called the microcosm (Phys. viii, 2), as perfect to imperfect. ~ 126 2, 4 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 25) that "the spiritual 127 2, 5 | intelligence (De Causis; Prop. viii) that "it knows things that 128 2, 6 | the Philosopher (Phys. viii, 2) proves that in animals ~ 129 2, 6 | Philosopher says (Phys. viii, 4) the movement of an ~ 130 2, 8 | speculative science (Ethic. viii, 8).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[8] 131 2, 9 | Further, as is proved in Phys. viii, 5, the mover is not moved 132 2, 9 | as is proved in Phys. ~viii, 9. But human movements 133 2, 17 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands 134 2, 17 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 9) when the mind commands ~ 135 2, 17 | world" [*Aristotle, Phys. viii. ~2], because the soul is 136 2, 17 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands 137 2, 17 | Philosopher states (Phys. ~viii, 4). Wherefore this movement 138 2, 18 | the ~Philosopher (Categor. viii). Therefore there is not 139 2, 25 | a kind of mover" (Phys. viii, ~4). Therefore the irascible 140 2, 25 | account of pleasure (Ethic. viii, ~3,4). Therefore pleasure 141 2, 26 | Augustine says (De ~Trin. viii, 10). But a union or bond 142 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 5) that "love is a ~passion."~ 143 2, 26 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 5), ~"is like a habit," 144 2, 26 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 5). ~But habit cannot be 145 2, 26 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 3) friendship ~is threefold, 146 2, 26 | things, as stated in Ethic. viii, 2. Therefore love of ~concupiscence 147 2, 27 | Augustine says (De Trin. viii, 3): "Assuredly the good ~ 148 2, 27 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 1) that ~"potters quarrel 149 2, 27 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 3) says that some are loved 150 2, 28 | Augustine ~says (De Trin. viii, 10) that "love is a vital 151 2, 31 | as stated in Praedic. viii; it seems that one pleasure ~ 152 2, 31 | Philosopher states (Phys. viii, 8). But some pleasures ~ 153 2, 32 | movement, as stated in Phys. viii, 3. Therefore movement is 154 2, 32 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 3): "What means this, O ~ 155 2, 32 | gladness": and again ~(Confess. viii, 3) he says that "the more 156 2, 32 | heat," as stated in ~Phys. viii, 1. In like manner sadness 157 2, 35 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 14): "Had ~not some good 158 2, 35 | as is stated in Metaph. viii, ~2; and in accidents the 159 2, 35 | says (Metaph. vii, 12; ~viii, 2,3). But, secondly, a 160 2, 36 | For Augustine says (De viii QQ. Dulcit. ~qu. 1) that 161 2, 38 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 4), "when many rejoice 162 2, 39 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 14): "It is also a good 163 2, 39 | contrary to the best" (Ethic. viii, 10). But a certain pleasure 164 2, 46 | Philosopher says ~(Ethic. viii, 6) that "anger acts with 165 2, 48 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 5) that "if a friend's 166 2, 50 | isos hexin} (Categor. viii)]. On the ~other hand, the 167 2, 51 | as is proved in Physics viii, text. 28,29.~Aquin.: SMT 168 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 10) that species 169 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 10) that, "as a ~ 170 2, 52 | science ~and virtue (Phys. viii, text. 20).~Aquin.: SMT 171 2, 53 | Moreover he says (Ethic. viii, 5) that "want of intercourse 172 2, 56 | virtue is choice" (Ethic. ~viii, 13). Now choice is not 173 2, 65 | Augustine says (Enchiridion viii) that "there can be no ~ 174 2, 65 | communion, as stated in ~Ethic. viii, 2. That this belongs to 175 2, 66 | Augustine says (Enchiridion viii), ~and it adds a certain 176 2, 72 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 1) ~that "those who held 177 2, 73 | Ambrose says (De Parad. viii), "sin is a transgression 178 2, 76 | to the Philosopher (Phys. viii, 27) a moving ~cause is 179 2, 85 | it is stated in Metaph. viii, that "the forms of ~things 180 2, 85 | thus it is stated in Phys. ~viii, text. 32, that "by displacing 181 2, 87 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. viii), "Divine justice does ~ 182 2, 98 | says (De Praedest. Sanct. viii): ~"All whom God teaches, 183 2, 100 | Ambrose says (De Paradiso viii) that "a sin is a ~transgression 184 2, 100 | precept. Hence Origen ~(Hom. viii in Exod.) who also distinguishes 185 2, 100 | by Ambrose (De Paradiso viii), is "a ~transgression of 186 2, 100 | Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 12). Hence, just ~as the 187 2, 100 | father, as stated in Ethic. viii, ~14. Therefore it is that 188 2, 102 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~6,13), concerning the 189 2, 110 | as is proved in Physic. viii; and grace is ~principally 190 2, 112 | Coel. Hier. iii, iv, vii, viii), "Angels cleanse, enlighten, 191 2, 113 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 12) that "so ought man 192 2, 114 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 14). Hence it is written ( 193 2, 2 | Ep. cxc; De Praed. Sanct. viii.]).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] 194 2, 3 | Philosopher proves (Phys. viii, 4). Hence ~fortitude which 195 2, 4 | the Philosopher ~(Phys. viii, 4): and in this sense certain 196 2, 11 | as Isidore states (Etym. ~viii, 3). Wherefore heresy and 197 2, 11 | Isidore observes (Etym. viii, 3,4,5). ~Now their dissensions 198 2, 16 | Augustine says (Enchiridion viii) that "hope is only of ~ 199 2, 17 | Augustine says (Enchiridion viii), "faith is about ~things, 200 2, 19 | Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 10). But charity is greater 201 2, 22 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 5). Now charity is of man 202 2, 22 | return of love (Ethic. ~viii, 2). But charity extends 203 2, 22 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 3) there are ~three kinds 204 2, 22 | for virtuous men (Ethic. ~viii). Therefore charity is not 205 2, 22 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 2,3) not every ~love has 206 2, 22 | Augustine says (De Trin. viii, 7): "He that loveth his 207 2, 22 | be gathered from Ethic. viii, 1; nor is it numbered among 208 2, 22 | The Philosopher (Ethic. viii) does not deny that friendship ~ 209 2, 22 | Philosopher ~explains (Ethic. viii, 13). Nevertheless it may 210 2, 22 | species of friendship (Ethic. viii, 3,11,12). ~Therefore charity 211 2, 22 | Philosopher explains (Ethic. viii, 12). ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 212 2, 23 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 12) "God makes the ~just 213 2, 23 | reference to friendship (Ethic. viii, 5) "that want of ~intercourse," 214 2, 23 | Augustine says (De Trin. viii, 7) that "if love be not ~ 215 2, 23 | Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 12) that "man is enlightened 216 2, 23 | stated above ~(Gen. ad lit. viii, 12). Consequently every 217 2, 24 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 8) that "to be loved ~is 218 2, 24 | friendship, as stated in Ethic. viii. Therefore charity need 219 2, 24 | Augustine says (De Trin. viii, 8): "He that loves his ~ 220 2, 24 | Philosopher proves ~(Ethic. viii, 5). Now irrational creatures 221 2, 24 | love and ~equality (Ethic. viii, 2,7), which cannot be of 222 2, 24 | together, according ~to Ethic. viii. But we ought not to associate 223 2, 24 | with ~one another (Ethic. viii, 5). But the angels are 224 2, 25 | Philosopher states (Ethic. ~viii, 12). Therefore a man ought 225 2, 25 | Philosopher states (Ethic. viii). First, because ~parents 226 2, 25 | Philosopher remarks (Ethic. viii, 7). Hence Ambrose [*Origen, 227 2, 25 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 12) that "in ~this friendship 228 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 8), "many would rather 229 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 8) that friendship ~consists 230 2, 26 | Philosopher ~observes (Ethic. viii, 8) "entrust their children 231 2, 26 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 8), "men wish to be ~loved 232 2, 26 | Augustine says (De Morib. Eccl. viii): "Prithee, tell me ~which 233 2, 31 | the monk Demophilus (Ep. ~viii), for rebuking a priest 234 2, 32 | the ~Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 10). But hatred of God 235 2, 33 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 5,6) "no man can be a ~ 236 2, 37 | according to Ambrose (De Parad. viii) "is disobedience ~against 237 2, 37 | As Isidore says (Etym. viii, 3), schism takes its name ~" 238 2, 37 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 10). Now schism is opposed 239 2, 40 | states (Polit. iii, 5; Ethic. viii, 10). Consequently ~there 240 2, 42 | of Nyssa (De Hom. Opif. viii), ~"heart" signifies the 241 2, 42 | according to Ambrose (De Parad. viii) sin is nothing else than " 242 2, 42 | says (De Perfect. Justit. viii): "In the ~fulness of heavenly 243 2, 42 | says (De Perfect. Justit. viii), "why should ~not this 244 2, 45 | stated in the Predicaments (viii) it would seem that solicitude ~ 245 2, 45 | Philosopher (De Hist. Anim. ~viii, 1). Therefore prudence 246 2, 48 | timocracy" [*Cf. Ethic. viii, 10], ~"tyranny," "oligarchy" 247 2, 48 | governments, as stated in ~Ethic. viii, 10: wherefore the species 248 2, 48 | king, as stated in Ethic. viii, 10, but he has not the 249 2, 50 | Augustine declares (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,22). Again, it is proper 250 2, 53 | good, as ~stated in Ethic. viii, 10. Now prudence of the 251 2, 55 | somewhat, as stated in Ethic. viii, 12, and a slave belongs 252 2, 55 | Polit. i, 2 [*Cf. ~Ethic. viii, 11]. Hence a father is 253 2, 56 | Metaph. ix) ~[*Didot ed., viii, 8]. Therefore since it 254 2, 57 | stated in Phys. iii, 1; ~viii, 5. Now the proper principle 255 2, 60 | Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14). Wherefore when that ~ 256 2, 64 | allowed to keep [*Dig. I, viii, De divis. rerum: Inst. 257 2, 66 | laid down (Decret. II, qu. viii, can. Per scripta) ~that " 258 2, 66 | laid down (Decret. II, qu. viii, can. ~Accusatorum) that " 259 2, 72 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. viii, 1). Hence it ~is written ( 260 2, 72 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[74] A[ 261 2, 75 | the Philosopher (Ethic. ~viii, 13), in the friendship 262 2, 77 | Ambrose says (De Parad. viii) ~that sin is "a transgression 263 2, 77 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. viii, 10). Now to do good is 264 2, 78 | Philosopher declares (Ethic. viii, 14); and thus "piety" is ~ 265 2, 78 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 13) ~assigns a corresponding 266 2, 78 | describes it in Ethic. ~viii and ix. In this sense three 267 2, 79 | But according to Ethic. viii, 8 "to ~be honored is almost 268 2, 79 | Augustine says (De Virgin. viii) that "it is honored not 269 2, 80 | the two Decii (Decad. I, viii, 9; x, 28). Hence devotion 270 2, 80 | thus Pope Leo says [*Serm. viii, De Pass. Dom.] ~that the 271 2, 83 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei viii, 19), "we do not raise ~ 272 2, 86 | Comment. in Micheam vi, ~viii: Comment. in Jerem. vii. 273 2, 86 | Augustine says (De Virg. viii) that "not even is virginity ~ 274 2, 86 | Eadmer] observes ~(De Simil. viii). For this reason, we thank 275 2, 86 | declares (De Sanct. ~Virg. viii). Wherefore it is said pointedly " 276 2, 87 | contrary to virtue (Categ. viii, 22). Now ~an oath is an 277 2, 89 | Philosopher ~state (Polit. viii, 5), and also Boethius ( 278 2, 89 | Philosopher says (Polit. viii, 6), "Teaching should ~not 279 2, 92 | Augustine states (De Civ. ~Dei viii, 23): while others gave 280 2, 92 | opposed to the best (Ethic. viii, 10). But interior worship, 281 2, 92 | related by Isidore (Etym. viii, 11), Prometheus was the 282 2, 93 | the Philosopher [*Metaph. viii, ~2,5,8]. Such like effects, 283 2, 93 | wherefore Isidore says (Etym. ~viii, 9): "They are called divines, 284 2, 93 | species of divination (Etym. ~viii, 9).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] 285 2, 93 | Isidore observes (Etym. viii) in Greek, {nekron} "means 286 2, 98 | as Isidore states (Etym. viii, 5): and so for this reason ~ 287 2, 99 | Philosopher states ~(Ethic. viii, 11,12), and on each of 288 2, 99 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12). The worship given 289 2, 101 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 5; viii, 8). Now ~witness is borne 290 2, 101 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 8), "to be ~loved is like 291 2, 102 | Ambrose says (De Parad. viii) that "sin is to disobey 292 2, 102 | Augustine, De Verb. Dom. viii). "If a commissioner issue 293 2, 104 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, ~13; ix, 1). Now friendship 294 2, 104 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 14): "He that abounds should 295 2, 104 | virtue, as stated in Ethic. ~viii, 13. And likewise, since 296 2, 104 | Philosopher states ~(Ethic. viii, 14). Now virtue does not 297 2, 104 | Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14). But if we consider 298 2, 106 | of Achan (QQ. sup. Josue viii). The saying of the Lord, ~" 299 2, 106 | Augustine states (QQ. sup. Josue viii), human judgment ~should 300 2, 110 | For Gregory ~says (Moral. viii, 30) that "it belongs to 301 2, 112 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 3) that "the perfect friendship 302 2, 112 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii), no one could abide a day 303 2, 129 | states ~(Ethic. i, 12; iv, 3; viii, 14). Therefore ambition 304 2, 135 | the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 7), "perseverance is about ~ 305 2, 140 | Augustine says ~(Confess. viii, 5): "Lust served became 306 2, 143 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 13). But honesty seems 307 2, 145 | says [*Comment. in ~Marc. viii]): and then both the ordainer, 308 2, 150 | Augustine says (De Virgin. viii) that "virginity is ~continence 309 2, 150 | Augustine says (De Virgin. viii) that "although virginity 310 2, 150 | Augustine says (De Virgin. ~viii) that "by virginity, integrity 311 2, 151 | Augustine says (De Bono Conjug. viii): "Just as that was good 312 2, 152 | Augustine, De Bono Conjugali, ~viii.]) that "of all these," 313 2, 153 | one same thing" [*Categ. ~viii]. But incontinence is in 314 2, 155 | all other men" (Ethic. ~viii, 1). The unsoundness of 315 2, 155 | Again, Dionysius says (Ep. viii ad Demophil.) ~that "Moses 316 2, 156 | Cassian says (De Inst. Caenob. viii, 6): "From whatever cause 317 2, 159 | His handmaid," says (Hom. viii in Luc.): "One of the virtues, ~ 318 2, 159 | contrary, Origen says (Hom. viii super Luc.): "If thou wilt 319 2, 160 | according to Ambrose [*De Parad. viii], ~"every sin is a transgression 320 2, 160 | another, as stated in Phys. viii, 1. Hence some are ~even 321 2, 160 | Philosopher asserts (Ethic. viii, 10). Now humility to which 322 2, 166 | of the Fathers (ii. 16; viii. 63) that is was revealed 323 2, 169 | rendered 'soothsayer'] ~(Etym. viii, 7).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] 324 2, 169 | as Isidore says (Etym. viii, 7), "prophets" may be ~ 325 2, 173 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. viii) that "God's justice is ~ 326 2, 178 | first, as proved ~in Phys. viii, 7; wherefore the foremost 327 2, 178 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 3) that "the more peril 328 2, 179 | perfects" [*Coel. Hier. iii, viii] ~another, which refers 329 2, 181 | ix, text. 16 [*Ed. ~Did. viii, 8]. Hence offices differ 330 2, 182 | says (De Perf. ~Justit. viii): "Why then should not this 331 2, 182 | Augustine says (De Perf. Justit. viii) "the perfection ~of charity 332 2, 182 | says (De Perf. Justit. ~viii [*Cf. De Spir. et Lit. XXXVI]), 333 2, 184 | perfect," etc., says (Tract. viii in Matth.) that "he who ~ 334 2, 184 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei ~viii, 2), Pythagoras was unwilling 335 2, 184 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. viii, 26): "There are some of 336 2, 186 | Polit. i, 2 [*Cf. Ethic. viii, 11]). Hence if a man preach 337 2, 187 | Hence Origen says (Tract. viii super Matth.) that "it ~ 338 2, 187 | For Gregory says (Regist. viii, Ep. 5) that "those who 339 2, 187 | Augustine says (Confess. viii, 11): "On that side ~whither 340 3, 1 | Augustine says (De Verb. Apost. viii, 2), expounding ~what is 341 3, 2 | number, as is said (Metaph. viii, ~text. 10).~Aquin.: SMT 342 3, 2 | Constantinople II, coll. viii, can. 8) thus: "If anyone 343 3, 2 | Constantinople II, coll. viii, can. 5) directs ~an anathema 344 3, 2 | Constantinople II, ~coll. viii, can. 5) we read: "Since 345 3, 18 | Polit. i, 2,4; Ethic. ~viii, 11). And hence it was in 346 3, 19 | another," as is said Phys. viii, ~5. Now a thing is said 347 3, 23 | Ambrose says (De Incarn. viii): "We do not call an ~adopted 348 3, 25 | of Constantinople, coll. viii, can. 9]: "If anyone say 349 3, 32 | Philosopher says expressly ~(Phys. viii) that in heavy and light 350 3, 32 | only, as is proved Phys. viii.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 351 3, 34 | another" [*Aristotle, Phys. viii]. Since, therefore, the 352 3, 35 | Concil. Ephes., p. 1, cap. viii]: "We do ~not say that the 353 3, 35 | as ~Gregory says (Hom. viii in Evang.): "Bethlehem is 354 3, 35 | as Gregory says (Hom. viii in Evang.), through the 355 3, 36 | cause," as is stated Phys. viii. But Christ made His birth 356 3, 44 | Maximus says (Serm. de Nativ. viii): "If thou disdain the ~ 357 3, 50 | as Isidore says (Etym. viii), and is to be found ~in 358 3, 54 | Apocryphal Historia Apost. viii, ~2]. Christ, then, is said 359 3, 57 | Augustine (Gen. ad lit. viii). And ~since the nature 360 3, 60 | also in numbers (Metaph. viii). Therefore it ~seems that 361 3, 62 | varies the species ~(Metaph. viii). If, therefore, sacramental 362 3, 67 | Philosopher says (Ethic. viii), a son receives from ~his 363 3, 74 | wine, as is said in Metaph. viii. And ~consequently, just 364 3, 75 | contrary, Hilary says (De Trin. viii): "There is no room for ~ 365 3, 75 | from the Philosopher (Phys. viii).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 366 3, 82 | Dionysius says in his Epistle (viii) to the monk ~Demophilus: " 367 3, 85 | Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14), wherefore in such 368 3, 86 | the Predicaments (Categor. viii) "a vicious man by ~doing 369 Suppl, 6 | Philosopher says (Phys. viii, text. 15), the will does 370 Suppl, 12| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 13): "Choice ~holds the 371 Suppl, 13| Philosopher says (Ethic. ~viii, 14), it is impossible to 372 Suppl, 14| Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 14), since no ~matter what 373 Suppl, 18| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 11): and ~consequently 374 Suppl, 19| with equal rights ~(Ethic. viii, 10,11), so too, spiritual 375 Suppl, 19| Philosopher also says (Ethic. viii) that it is a ~corruption 376 Suppl, 37| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 10) the form ~of authority 377 Suppl, 41| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12) says that "man is an 378 Suppl, 41| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 11,12), we ~derive three 379 Suppl, 41| the Philosopher (Ethic. ~viii, 11,12).~Aquin.: SMT XP 380 Suppl, 41| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 11,12; Polit. i) gives 381 Suppl, 42| Augustine says (De Bono Viduit. viii; Gen. ad lit. ix, 7) that ~" 382 Suppl, 47| Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 2) that friendship which ~ 383 Suppl, 49| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12) the ~friendship between 384 Suppl, 49| stock, ~as stated in Ethic. viii, 12. Therefore as the offspring 385 Suppl, 54| the Philosopher (Ethic. ~viii, 12) this communication 386 Suppl, 54| as he again says (Ethic. ~viii, 12). And since the movement 387 Suppl, 54| father to the son (Ethic. ~viii, 12), therefore did the 388 Suppl, 55| the Philosopher (Ethic. ~viii, 12), arises in two ways; 389 Suppl, 55| wherefore he says ~(Ethic. viii, 12) that the friendship 390 Suppl, 55| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12) the union ~of husband 391 Suppl, 56| Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 2) a carnal ~father gives 392 Suppl, 56| not conversely ~(Ethic. viii, 12): wherefore spiritual 393 Suppl, 57| Philosopher states (Ethic. viii, 11,12), namely by giving ~ 394 Suppl, 64| Jerome [*Serm. de Esu Agni viii] ~quoted in the text (Sent. 395 Suppl, 64| the Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12), marriage ~is directed 396 Suppl, 65| to other animals (Ethic. viii, 12), and ~thus it is that 397 Suppl, 65| Philosopher says (Ethic. viii, 12), it has, ~among men 398 Suppl, 65| the Philosopher (Ethic. ~viii, 11,12). Now since the rearing 399 Suppl, 71| Augustine says ~(Confess. viii). Consequently many in purgatory 400 Suppl, 72| Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20) that "God moves the 401 Suppl, 72| things (cf. Aristotle, Phys. viii, 9). Therefore it would 402 Suppl, 72| Commentator says on Phys. viii. Now the ~natural way of 403 Suppl, 72| according to Metaphysics viii, 1: nor as ~to this does 404 Suppl, 75| as it is ~stated in Phys. viii, 1, "the movement of heaven 405 Suppl, 76| Augustine says (De Trin. viii, 5) that "to rise again 406 Suppl, 81| which are within (Phys. viii, ~7), although it has an 407 Suppl, 88| instant is ~defined (Phys. viii) "the beginning of the future 408 Suppl, 90| Philosopher (Phys., liber viii, 7). Now ~the end of local 409 Suppl, 93| Eusebius, Eccles. Hist. viii, 24). Therefore an ~aureole


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