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1 1, 1 | as Aristotle has proved (Metaph. vi). Therefore, besides ~ 2 1, 1 | according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. ii). But sacred doctrine 3 1, 1 | by the light of the sun" (Metaph. ii, lect. i). Hence the ~ 4 1, 1 | directs, and is not directed (Metaph. i). But ~this doctrine 5 1, 2 | self-evident; as the Philosopher (Metaph. iv, lect. vi) states concerning ~ 6 1, 2 | being, ~as it is written in Metaph. ii. Now the maximum in 7 1, 3 | as the Commentator shows (Metaph. x). ~Therefore God is in 8 1, 3 | the Philosopher has shown (Metaph. iii) that ~being cannot 9 1, 3 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. x), "things which are diverse 10 1, 4 | the Philosopher relates (Metaph. xii), some ancient ~philosophers, 11 1, 4 | says the Commentator, ~Metaph. v) any excellence which 12 1, 5 | the Philosopher notes (Metaph. iii) that "in mathematics ~ 13 1, 5 | according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. x); for as a unit added 14 1, 6 | appears from ~the Philosopher (Metaph. iv); therefore every being 15 1, 9 | For ~the Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that "matter is in 16 1, 10 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. vi), is in the mind. Therefore 17 1, 11 | one," ~as is clear from Metaph. x. But the "one" which 18 1, 11 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv). Therefore every being 19 1, 13 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~iv), such a name must 20 1, 13 | Hence the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that they are called 21 1, 13 | thus the Philosopher says (Metaph. v) that ~the object is 22 1, 13 | definition, as is said in Metaph. iv. Now from the divine 23 1, 14 | in actuality, as said in Metaph. ~ix. Now the power of God 24 1, 14 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii), would be the ~act 25 1, 14 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. x). But what is posterior 26 1, 14 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. ix). Now it is manifest 27 1, 14 | he argues (De Anima i and Metaph. iii) ~that God would be 28 1, 15 | Himself. Thus Aristotle (Metaph. ix) rejects the opinion ~ 29 1, 15 | Philosopher ~clearly teaches in Metaph. xii. Therefore the order 30 1, 16 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Metaph. vi), " The true and the ~ 31 1, 16 | Avicenna's ~definition (Metaph. viii, 6), "The truth of 32 1, 16 | the ~Philosopher refutes (Metaph. iv). Such, however, do 33 1, 16 | contrary, the Philosopher says (Metaph. vi) that with regard to ~ 34 1, 16 | contrary, the Philosopher says (Metaph. ii) that there is the ~ 35 1, 17 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 34). So, too, Augustine 36 1, 17 | and the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, ~34): "Things are called 37 1, 17 | called ~false, as stated in Metaph. v, 34.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 38 1, 17 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, 24) that falsity is ~ 39 1, 17 | reason the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~v, 34) that shadows, pictures, 40 1, 17 | subject," as stated in ~Metaph. iv, 4: v. 27; for blindness 41 1, 17 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. ~iv, 27), inasmuch as something 42 1, 18 | Philosopher concludes ~(Metaph. xii, 51), after showing 43 1, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: As stated in Metaph. ix, 16, action is twofold. 44 1, 19 | His nature as ~stated in Metaph. v, 6. Therefore whatever 45 1, 21 | as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. vi; Ethic. vi, 2,6). Therefore 46 1, 22 | Philosopher says the same (Metaph. xii, 51). But whatever 47 1, 22 | the ~Philosopher proves (Metaph. vi, 7). But the providence 48 1, 25 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. vi, 19), better ~than every 49 1, 25 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. v, 17). It remains, therefore, 50 1, 25 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 17), a thing is ~said 51 1, 25 | addition of unity of numbers (Metaph. viii, 10). Another kind 52 1, 28 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v), every relation ~is 53 1, 29 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 5), the word ~"nature" 54 1, 29 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v), substance is ~twofold. 55 1, 29 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. iv), the meaning of a word ~ 56 1, 33 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. iv). But we do not say 57 1, 41 | of action, as we find in Metaph. v, text 17. But in God ~ 58 1, 42 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). But in the 59 1, 42 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~ 60 1, 44 | appears from the Philosopher (Metaph. iii, text 3); therefore ~ 61 1, 44 | multitude; ~and Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) that whatever 62 1, 44 | therefore Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~that there 63 1, 44 | perfect, as Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, ~text 40).~Aquin.: 64 1, 45 | according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident is 65 1, 46 | necessity of the cause (Metaph. v, ~text 6). Now it was 66 1, 46 | appears from the ~Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: SMT 67 1, 46 | series, which is disproved ~(Metaph. ii, text 5).~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 46 | as appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: SMT 69 1, 47 | is the effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But God is 70 1, 47 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. viii, 10), the forms of 71 1, 47 | things Aristotle infers (Metaph. xii, text 52) the unity 72 1, 48 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, text 6), "the first ~ 73 1, 48 | As the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), being is ~ 74 1, 48 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iv, text 4), and such " 75 1, 50 | difference from the form (Metaph. ~xiii, text 6). Therefore 76 1, 50 | as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 10). But in 77 1, 50 | however, rejects this view (Metaph. i, text 31) because matter 78 1, 50 | Nevertheless Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43) that ~those 79 1, 50 | bodies, as ~Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43); while he 80 1, 50 | is Aristotle's argument (Metaph. xii, text 44), and it ~ 81 1, 50 | end. Hence Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, text 44) that this 82 1, 50 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iii, text 2). But in the 83 1, 54 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text 39) that "the ~ 84 1, 54 | existence. For as it is said (Metaph. ix, text. 16), ~there is 85 1, 54 | remembrances, as ~stated in Metaph. i, 1. Consequently they 86 1, 54 | Para. 2/3~The Commentator (Metaph. xii) says the same thing, 87 1, 55 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. xii, text. 51; De ~Anima 88 1, 57 | God (De Anima i, text. 80; Metaph. text. 15).~Aquin.: SMT 89 1, 58 | Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~Therefore an angel' 90 1, 58 | quiddities, ~as is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; for either 91 1, 61 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 16) that if ~ 92 1, 62 | the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 3). But the will 93 1, 63 | said by the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), because 94 1, 65 | Whereas, as Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~ 95 1, 66 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): "Things that ~ 96 1, 66 | potentiality, as is said in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically 97 1, 67 | contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT 98 1, 70 | moved by the object desired (Metaph. xii, text. 36). Therefore, ~ 99 1, 75 | as the Philosopher says Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6). But 100 1, 75 | thereof," as is written ~Metaph. x (Did. ix, 4). The same 101 1, 76 | According to the Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference 102 1, 76 | says the Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). But the ~ 103 1, 76 | Further, the Philosopher says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 2), that ~ 104 1, 76 | Thus Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6), ~against 105 1, 76 | For this reason Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 3), compares 106 1, 76 | in numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii ~(Did. vii, 3); and 107 1, 76 | as the Philosopher says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 1). Therefore 108 1, 76 | as the Philosopher ~says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6).~Aquin.: 109 1, 77 | accident, as is clear from Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 4). Therefore 110 1, 41 | of action, as we find in Metaph. v, text 17. But in God ~ 111 1, 42 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 20). But in the 112 1, 42 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. x, text 15,16, 17), equality ~ 113 1, 45 | appears from the Philosopher (Metaph. iii, text 3); therefore ~ 114 1, 45 | multitude; ~and Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) that whatever 115 1, 45 | therefore Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~that there 116 1, 45 | perfect, as Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, ~text 40).~Aquin.: 117 1, 46 | according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. vii, text 2) accident is 118 1, 47 | necessity of the cause (Metaph. v, ~text 6). Now it was 119 1, 47 | appears from the ~Philosopher (Metaph. v, text 17).~Aquin.: SMT 120 1, 47 | series, which is disproved ~(Metaph. ii, text 5).~Aquin.: SMT 121 1, 47 | as appears from Avicenna (Metaph. ix, text 4).~Aquin.: SMT 122 1, 48 | is the effect of unity (Metaph. v, text 20). ~But God is 123 1, 48 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. viii, 10), the forms of 124 1, 48 | things Aristotle infers (Metaph. xii, text 52) the unity 125 1, 49 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. iv, text 6), "the first ~ 126 1, 49 | As the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text 14), being is ~ 127 1, 49 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iv, text 4), and such " 128 1, 51 | difference from the form (Metaph. ~xiii, text 6). Therefore 129 1, 51 | as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text 10). But in 130 1, 51 | however, rejects this view (Metaph. i, text 31) because matter 131 1, 51 | Nevertheless Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43) that ~those 132 1, 51 | bodies, as ~Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43); while he 133 1, 51 | is Aristotle's argument (Metaph. xii, text 44), and it ~ 134 1, 51 | end. Hence Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, text 44) that this 135 1, 51 | as the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. iii, text 2). But in the 136 1, 55 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text 39) that "the ~ 137 1, 55 | existence. For as it is said (Metaph. ix, text. 16), ~there is 138 1, 55 | remembrances, as ~stated in Metaph. i, 1. Consequently they 139 1, 55 | Para. 2/3~The Commentator (Metaph. xii) says the same thing, 140 1, 56 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. xii, text. 51; De ~Anima 141 1, 58 | God (De Anima i, text. 80; Metaph. text. 15).~Aquin.: SMT 142 1, 59 | Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~Therefore an angel' 143 1, 59 | quiddities, ~as is stated in Metaph. ix, text. 22; for either 144 1, 62 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 16) that if ~ 145 1, 63 | the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 3). But the will 146 1, 64 | said by the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, text. 19), because 147 1, 66 | Whereas, as Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27,28), proves, ~ 148 1, 67 | Further, the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 10): "Things that ~ 149 1, 67 | potentiality, as is said in Metaph. x, text. 26. ~Logically 150 1, 68 | contraries, as is said Metaph. x, text. 13.~Aquin.: SMT 151 1, 71 | moved by the object desired (Metaph. xii, text. 36). Therefore, ~ 152 1, 74 | as the Philosopher says Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6). But 153 1, 74 | thereof," as is written ~Metaph. x (Did. ix, 4). The same 154 1, 75 | According to the Philosopher, Metaph. viii (Did. vii ~2), difference 155 1, 75 | says the Philosopher, Metaph. x (Did. ix, 10). But the ~ 156 1, 75 | Further, the Philosopher says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 2), that ~ 157 1, 75 | Thus Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6), ~against 158 1, 75 | For this reason Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 3), compares 159 1, 75 | in numbers, as stated in Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 3); and 160 1, 75 | as the Philosopher says, Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 1). Therefore 161 1, 75 | as the Philosopher ~says, Metaph. viii (Did. vii, 6).~Aquin.: 162 1, 76 | accident, as is clear from Metaph. vii ~(Did. vi, 4). Therefore 163 1, 78 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. i, ~2). And when once it 164 1, 78 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. viii, 2), ~"rational powers 165 1, 79 | in De Anima iii, ~10 and Metaph. xii (Did. xi, 7). Now things 166 1, 81 | according to the Philosopher ~(Metaph. viii, 2), extend to opposite 167 1, 81 | the Philosopher says in ~Metaph. vi (Did. v, 2) that "good 168 1, 82 | as the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. i, 2). Therefore what is 169 1, 83 | the Philosopher relates (Metaph. iv, Did. iii, 5).~Aquin.: 170 1, 83 | it is in act, as is shown Metaph. ix ~(Did. viii, 9): wherefore 171 1, 83 | Aristotle proves in many ways ~(Metaph. vi), Avicenna (De Anima 172 1, 83 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Metaph. i, 1; Poster. ii, 15) ~ 173 1, 84 | but to the individual (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 10), and 174 1, 84 | seems, is true" [*Aristotle, Metaph. iii. 5], ~and that consequently 175 1, 84 | There is a twofold action (Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8), one 176 1, 84 | substance, as he ~makes clear (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 13). But 177 1, 84 | for the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. vi, Did. v, 4) that "truth 178 1, 84 | about them, as is said ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 10.~Aquin.: 179 1, 84 | measured by one," as is said Metaph. x, Did. ix, 6. ~Therefore 180 1, 84 | indivisible," as stated in Metaph. x, Did. ~ix, 1. And the 181 1, 86 | as it is in potentiality (Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 9): for 182 1, 86 | perfection and act, as is said Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8. ~Therefore 183 1, 87 | Further, the Commentator says (Metaph. ii) that "nature would 184 1, 89 | white. Hence it is said Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 1 that an ~ 185 1, 89 | its like," as is ~stated Metaph. v. But spiritual substances 186 1, 90 | Philosopher refutes this opinion ~(Metaph. vii), for the reason that 187 1, 92 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, Did. iv, 15). Now, ~ 188 1, 93 | experience, as stated ~in Metaph. i, 1; and the first man 189 1, 96 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. x, Did. ix, 10). But there 190 1, 96 | Philosopher ridicules (Metaph. iii, Did. ii, 4).~Aquin.: 191 1, 102 | the general, as stated in Metaph. xii, Did. xi, 10.~Aquin.: 192 1, 102 | expressed by the Philosopher (Metaph. xii, Did. xi, 10): ~"Things 193 1, 103 | thus the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, Did. xi, 6), that 194 1, 104 | the Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, ~8), nothing 195 1, 104 | external matter; as stated in ~Metaph. ix, Did. viii, 8. But the 196 1, 107 | as the Philosopher shows (Metaph. xii, Did. ~xi, 10; Polit. 197 1, 107 | as the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. xii, Did. xi, 10); so a 198 1, 109 | Aristotle ~who laid down (Metaph. xi, 8) that the heavenly 199 1, 109 | the Philosopher proves (Metaph. ~vii, Did. vi, 8), what 200 1, 114 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, Did. ~iv, 4), was first 201 1, 114 | is refuted by Aristotle (Metaph. vi, Did. v, ~3) as to this 202 1, 118 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. ii), "The relation ~of 203 2, 1 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Metaph. ii, 2) that "to suppose 204 2, 2 | principle, as ~is stated in Metaph. v, 12, whereas happiness 205 2, 3 | Reply OBJ 3: As stated in Metaph. ix, 7 action is twofold. 206 2, 3 | sciences; because, as stated in Metaph. i, 1, "all men naturally 207 2, 3 | same in being and in truth (Metaph ii, 1); ~whatever are beings 208 2, 5 | the second as to its end (Metaph. xii, 10). Thus the ~mutual 209 2, 7 | it is that, as stated in ~Metaph. x, 4, "the notion of distance 210 2, 7 | hence the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. vi, 2) that "no art or 211 2, 8 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, 2). But the will is 212 2, 10 | and the Philosopher ~also (Metaph. v, 4) the word "nature" 213 2, 10 | according to the Philosopher ~(Metaph. ix, 2) are directed to 214 2, 13 | said in the beginning of Metaph. i, 1 that "those ~animals 215 2, 13 | according ~to the Philosopher (Metaph. ix, 2) stands in relation 216 2, 18 | it is good, as stated in Metaph. ix, 9. Therefore ~nothing 217 2, 18 | themselves," as is stated in Metaph. vi, 4. Therefore an action ~ 218 2, 18 | of what is accidental" (Metaph. vi, 2). ~Therefore the 219 2, 18 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. ~iii, 3). Since therefore 220 2, 18 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. vii, 12), divide that genus ~ 221 2, 19 | with the thing measured" ~(Metaph. x, 1). But the eternal 222 2, 20 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. vii, 12). Since ~therefore 223 2, 22 | their cause, as is stated in Metaph. ii, 1. Now passion is found 224 2, 22 | hence the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. vi, 4) that "good and evil," 225 2, 22 | Hence we find it stated (Metaph. vi, 4) that ~"the true 226 2, 23 | contrariety, as stated in ~Metaph. x, 8. Therefore passions 227 2, 29 | and not in the mind" (Metaph. vi, 4). Since therefore 228 2, 30 | infinity there is no end (Metaph. ii, 2). Therefore concupiscence ~ 229 2, 31 | sight is loved ~most" [*Metaph. i, 1]. Therefore the greatest 230 2, 31 | loved. Now, as stated in ~Metaph. i, 1, the senses are loved 231 2, 31 | stated in the same passage ~(Metaph. i, 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 232 2, 31 | violent causes grief" (Metaph. v, 5). Therefore nothing 233 2, 31 | contrary, as is proved in ~Metaph. x, 4. But sadness is contrary 234 2, 31 | difference of form, as ~stated in Metaph. x, 4. Therefore there is 235 2, 32 | stated in the beginning of Metaph. i, 2. ~But "it is more 236 2, 34 | measure of ~all the rest" (Metaph. x, 1). But pleasure is 237 2, 34 | rule of all ~movements (Metaph. x, 1). But pleasures are 238 2, 35 | As the Philosopher says (Metaph. x, 4), contrariety is a ~ 239 2, 35 | answer that, As stated in Metaph. x, 4 contrariety is a difference 240 2, 35 | matter, as is stated in Metaph. viii, ~2; and in accidents 241 2, 35 | since the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. xii, 9) that "it is unfitting 242 2, 35 | as the Philosopher says (Metaph. vii, 12; ~viii, 2,3). But, 243 2, 36 | the other, as stated ~in Metaph. x, 4: and consequently 244 2, 40 | the Philosopher states (Metaph. ~vi, 4). Therefore there 245 2, 40 | of the possible given in Metaph. v, 12, i.e. ~into the two 246 2, 40 | there is one contrary" (Metaph. x, 5). But fear is contrary 247 2, 45 | one another," as stated in Metaph. x, 4. Now that which is ~ 248 2, 49 | has parts," as stated in Metaph. v, text. 24. But this belongs 249 2, 49 | wherefore the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "a ~habit 250 2, 49 | which the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "there 251 2, 49 | this the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 25) that "habit 252 2, 49 | goes ~on at once to says (Metaph. v, text. 25): namely, " 253 2, 49 | the Philosopher says in ~Metaph. vii, text. 42. Therefore, 254 2, 49 | clear from the Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 19).~Aquin.: SMT 255 2, 49 | And ~so the Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 25) defines habit, 256 2, 49 | the definition of habit ~(Metaph. v, text. 25): in another 257 2, 49 | of power, as we read in Metaph. v, text. 17. Therefore 258 2, 49 | Whence also it is stated (Metaph. v, text. 25) in ~the definition 259 2, 49 | reason the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. v, text. 24,25) that "habit 260 2, 50 | and time, as stated in ~Metaph. vii, text. 17; ix, text. 261 2, 50 | to something, as is said (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~that 262 2, 50 | habit is a disposition (Metaph. v, text. 25). But ~disposition, 263 2, 52 | Wherefore, the Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 10) that species 264 2, 52 | Wherefore the Philosopher says (Metaph. viii, text. 10) that, " 265 2, 52 | were made, as is proved in Metaph. vii, text. 32, so, by an ~ 266 2, 53 | contrary to one another (Metaph. vii, text. 52). ~Therefore 267 2, 54 | to matter, as ~stated in Metaph. v, text. 33 (since things 268 2, 55 | the Philosopher explains (Metaph. v, ~text. 21). In this 269 2, 57 | highest causes, as stated in ~Metaph. i, 1,2. Wherefore it rightly 270 2, 57 | doing" differ, as stated in Metaph. ix, text. ~16, in that " 271 2, 64 | Now, good, as stated in Metaph. ii, text. 8, is in ~things 272 2, 64 | the ~Philosopher explains (Metaph. x, text. 22,23). But there 273 2, 64 | intellect, as ~stated in Metaph. x, text. 5; because there 274 2, 66 | belongs to ~God alone" (Metaph. i, 2): and yet this little 275 2, 71 | one contrary, as proved in Metaph. x, text. 17. Now sin and 276 2, 71 | precedes power, as stated in ~Metaph. ix, 19. For it is better 277 2, 72 | the ~Philosopher proves (Metaph. ix, text. 15,16), and consequently 278 2, 72 | declares [*Isagog.; cf. Arist. Metaph. i]. Now excess and deficiency 279 2, 72 | difference of form," as stated in Metaph. x, text. 13,14. Now vices 280 2, 75 | necessity, as is proved in Metaph. vi, text. 5. Accordingly, 281 2, 77 | larger ground, as stated in Metaph. i: and so its name is ~ 282 2, 83 | number of things ~differ" (Metaph. i). But the infection of 283 2, 85 | wherefore it is stated in Metaph. viii, that "the forms of ~ 284 2, 85 | incorruptible differ generically" ~(Metaph. x, text. 26). But man is 285 2, 91 | vice ~versa, as stated in Metaph. x, text. 5. Therefore no 286 2, 91 | most certain, as stated in Metaph. ~x, text. 3. But the dictates 287 2, 93 | As the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 6), some ~necessary 288 2, 94 | are based, as is stated in Metaph. iv, text. 9. Now as "being" 289 2, 96 | most certain, as stated in ~Metaph. x. Since therefore in human 290 2, 96 | applicable to many; ~wherefore (Metaph. x, text. 4) the Philosopher 291 2, 96 | it measures, as stated in Metaph. x, text. 3,4, since different ~ 292 2, 102 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. i, 2), it is ~the function 293 2, 108 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. i, 2), what is "free ~is 294 2, 110 | being rather to be a being (Metaph. vii, text. 2). And ~because 295 2, 111 | As the Philosopher says (Metaph. xii, text. 52), a ~multitude, 296 2, 1 | the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. ii). Now the doctrine of 297 2, 1 | the Philosopher states (Metaph. ~iv, text. 9). In like 298 2, 1 | Philosopher proves this (Metaph. xii, text. 52) and many 299 2, 2 | the Philosopher observes ~(Metaph. ix, text. 22) "to know 300 2, 11 | the ~Philosopher states in Metaph. iv; Ed. Did. iii, 5), for 301 2, 13 | the Philosopher states (Metaph. v, text. 21). Since then 302 2, 18 | free is ~cause of itself" (Metaph. i, 2), a slave is one who 303 2, 18 | non-being, as stated in Metaph. ii, for it ~is the same 304 2, 23 | Phys. iii, ~text. 59, and Metaph. ii, 4. Therefore charity 305 2, 23 | end and term, as stated in Metaph. ii, ~text. 8,9. But the 306 2, 25 | As the Philosopher says (Metaph. v, text. 16), the terms ~" 307 2, 43 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. i: 2), it belongs ~to wisdom 308 2, 43 | the Philosopher observes (Metaph. v, text. 21). And ~just 309 2, 43 | the Philosopher ~states (Metaph. i, 2): and it is written ( 310 2, 43 | the Philosopher declares (Metaph. i, 2), wherefore ~peaceableness 311 2, 47 | many memories as stated in Metaph. i, 1, ~and therefore prudence 312 2, 56 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. ix) ~[*Didot ed., viii, 313 2, 56 | and less, ~as stated in Metaph. x [*Didot ed., ix, 5; Cf. 314 2, 77 | remoteness, according to Metaph. ~x [*Didot. ed. ix, 4]. 315 2, 86 | cause of sorrow according to Metaph. v [*Ed. Did. iv, ~5]. Therefore, 316 2, 87 | Philosopher, too, states ~(Metaph. i, 3) that "to swear is 317 2, 93 | according to the Philosopher [*Metaph. viii, ~2,5,8]. Such like 318 2, 93 | according to ~the Philosopher (Metaph. i, 1). Now it has been 319 2, 93 | since, as it is proved in Metaph. vi [*Ed. Did. ~v, 3], an 320 2, 104 | removes the nature of good" (Metaph. ii, text. 8). Therefore 321 2, 108 | the ~Philosopher states (Metaph. vii, text. 43; De Part. 322 2, 109 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. text. 13, 24, x), ~"contrariety 323 2, 121 | of action, as stated in Metaph. v, 17. And since this latter ~ 324 2, 128 | make us immortal": and (Metaph. i) "that man should pursue 325 2, 132 | is "equal," as stated in Metaph. ~x. Hence magnificence 326 2, 161 | seemingly the greatest ~(Metaph. ii, 4 [*Ed. Diel. i, 1]). 327 2, 178 | For the Philosopher ~says (Metaph. ii, text. 3 [*Ed Did. ia, 328 2, 179 | for the Philosopher says ~(Metaph. i, 1) that "to be able 329 2, 181 | something else according to Metaph. ix, text. 16 [*Ed. ~Did. 330 3, 2 | varies number, as is said (Metaph. viii, ~text. 10).~Aquin.: 331 3, 2 | substance, as is ~plain from Metaph. v, 25, is taken in two 332 3, 2 | According to the Philosopher (Metaph. v, 5), nature ~designates, 333 3, 4 | the Philosopher proves (Metaph. vii, ~26,27,29,51), because 334 3, 5 | plain from the Philosopher (Metaph. vii, 39). Secondly, because 335 3, 5 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, 9; Metaph. vii, 34).~Aquin.: SMT TP 336 3, 5 | seek to know it, as is said Metaph. i, 2. Secondly, it ~is 337 3, 9 | the Philosopher proves (Metaph. xii, ~text. 39). Hence 338 3, 10 | And because, as is said Metaph. ix, ~20, everything is 339 3, 15 | For the ~Philosopher says (Metaph. i, 2) that wonder results 340 3, 16 | as ~itself," as is said Metaph. v, text. 23. But this is 341 3, 17 | a substance, as is said ~Metaph. v, text. 15. Hence diversity 342 3, 19 | according to the ~Philosopher (Metaph. i, 1), acts belong to singulars. 343 3, 20 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. i, 1). Nevertheless ~action 344 3, 33 | clear by the ~Philosopher (Metaph. ix). But Christ's body 345 3, 35 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. v), "nature" is so ~denominated 346 3, 35 | mutually consequent, as is said Metaph. ~iv. Therefore, just as 347 3, 37 | genera and species, as stated Metaph. iv: "Since a ~name is but 348 3, 46 | the Philosopher teaches (Metaph. v), there are several ~ 349 3, 50 | according to the Philosopher (Metaph. v, text. 12), ~things specifically 350 3, 50 | Philosopher (De Anima ii, text. 9; Metaph. vii). Therefore Christ' 351 3, 60 | species, as also in numbers (Metaph. viii). Therefore it ~seems 352 3, 62 | form varies the species ~(Metaph. viii). If, therefore, sacramental 353 3, 63 | a cause and principle ~(Metaph. v). But a "sign" which 354 3, 68 | which ~something cannot be" (Metaph. v). Therefore it seems 355 3, 73 | answer that, As stated in Metaph. v, a thing is said to be 356 3, 74 | vinegar to wine, as is said in Metaph. viii. And ~consequently, 357 3, 75 | accident, ~as is proved in Metaph. vii. Since, then, after 358 3, 75 | cannot ~have an accident" (Metaph. iii). Therefore the accidents 359 3, 76 | clear from the Philosopher (Metaph. iii). But the ~dimensive 360 3, 77 | expresses," as is said in ~Metaph. iv. But it belongs to the 361 3, 77 | differences of matter (Aristotle, ~Metaph. iv). And because the first 362 3, 77 | of bodies, as is said in Metaph. iii. And since, when the ~ 363 3, 77 | sensible matter, as is said in Metaph. vii. But matter ~is termed 364 3, 77 | division; for, as is said in Metaph. ~iii, one dimension is 365 Suppl, 44| nature signified by a name" ~(Metaph. iv, 28). Now nuptials are 366 Suppl, 55| a passion or movement ~(Metaph. v, 20): and some of these 367 Suppl, 70| expresses himself thus (Metaph. xi, 3): "If, however, anything 368 Suppl, 72| is the cause of wonder (Metaph. i, 2). Now ~ignorance, 369 Suppl, 73| those that come after it" (Metaph. ii, 1). Now Christ, by 370 Suppl, 77| same way as to ~being" (Metaph. ii), because a thing is 371 Suppl, 77| For this reason Avicenna (Metaph. ii) says ~that "the truth 372 Suppl, 79| according to the Philosopher (Metaph. vi, 12), essential ~differences 373 Suppl, 80| Philosopher (Phys. iv, 1,8; Metaph. ii, 2), where he ~considers 374 Suppl, 80| perfected in ~indivision (Metaph. v), whereas distinction 375 Suppl, 88| movement is for some end (Metaph. ii). But all movement for ~ 376 Suppl, 89| Now according to Avicenna (Metaph. iii), ~"the existence of 377 Suppl, 93| as the ~Philosopher says (Metaph., lib. ix, 3). Therefore 378 Suppl, 94| pleasant for, as ~stated in Metaph. i, "the sense of sight 379 Suppl, 94| according to the Philosopher (Metaph. ~x). But this fire of ours


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