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eternal 998
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321 sinner
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320 et
320 house
320 thereto
319 chrysostom
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | whole perfect body" (Coel. et ~Mund. i). But the whole 2 1, 23 | Augustine says (De Corr. et Grat. 15): "Another will 3 1, 23 | Augustine says (De Corr. et Grat. 13): "The number of ~ 4 1, 23 | the missal, 'pro ~vivis et defunctis.']"~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 31 | and "other thing" [alius et ~aliud] have the same meaning, 6 1, 32 | Aristotle says (De Coelo et Mundo i, ~2): "Through this 7 1, 45 | Augustine says (Contra Adv. Leg. et Proph. i): "To make ~concerns 8 1, 46 | unbegotten, and also (De Coelo ~et Mundo i, text 20) that the 9 1, 46 | existence; and (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) he proves 10 1, 50 | first" and "second" [prius et posterius], as the Philosopher 11 1, 51 | the Philosopher (De Somn. et Vig. i), "that which has 12 1, 65 | removed from God (De Gen. et Corrup. ii, ~text. 59).~ 13 1, 75 | unum quiddam est . . . et ens quiddam."]~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 77 | Philosopher says (De Somno et Vigilia i) that ~"sensation 15 1, 77 | the beginning of De Somno et Vigilia. Now, ~it is clear 16 1, 77 | read in the book De Spiritu et Anima that ~"the soul withdraws 17 1, 77 | Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. 1). But memory remains 18 1, 46 | Augustine says (Contra Adv. Leg. et Proph. i): "To make ~concerns 19 1, 47 | unbegotten, and also (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) that the 20 1, 47 | existence; and (De Coelo et Mundo i, text 20) he proves 21 1, 51 | first" and "second" [prius et posterius], as the Philosopher 22 1, 52 | the Philosopher (De Somn. et Vig. i), "that which has 23 1, 66 | removed from God (De Gen. et Corrup. ii, ~text. 59).~ 24 1, 74 | unum quiddam est . . . et ens quiddam."]~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 76 | Philosopher says (De Somno et Vigilia i) that ~"sensation 26 1, 76 | the beginning of De Somno et Vigilia. Now, ~it is clear 27 1, 76 | read in the book De Spiritu et Anima that "the soul withdraws 28 1, 76 | Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. 1). But memory remains 29 1, 77 | the Philosopher (De Memor. et Remin. i), ~the imagination 30 1, 77 | action in his book De sensu et sensibilibus (viii). So 31 1, 78 | is stated in De Spiritu et Anima that "when we wish 32 1, 78 | For we read in De Spiritu et Anima that "when we wish 33 1, 81 | it is said (De Spiritu et Anima) that "the soul has ~ 34 1, 81 | words quoted (De Spiritu et Anima); that the irascible 35 1, 82 | Bernard says (De Gratia ~et Lib. Arb. 1,2) that free-will 36 1, 83 | Aristotle says (De Somn. et Vigil.) ~that Democritus 37 1, 83 | as is said in De Somn. et Vigil. i and ~yet it sometimes 38 1, 83 | as we read in De ~Somn. et Vigil. iii. And, therefore, 39 1, 85 | because, as stated in De Somn. et ~Vigil. ii [*De Divinat. 40 1, 85 | Philosopher says (De Somn. et Vig.), that "some who are 41 1, 88 | Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii), a form 42 1, 94 | Augustine says (QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test., qu. 123) [*Work ~ 43 1, 94 | Augustine says (De Correp. et Grat. x) that "God so ~ordered 44 1, 94 | xiii, 13; De Pecc. Merit. et Remiss. i, 16]. Now it is 45 1, 96 | Augustine says (QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test. ~qu. 19 [*Work 46 1, 96 | Augustine says (QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test. qu. 19 [*Works 47 1, 96 | Augustine says (QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test. qu. 19 [*Work 48 1, 96 | old age"; and (QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test. qu. 19 ~[*Work 49 1, 98 | Augustine says (De Pecc. Merit. et Remiss. ~i, 38): "This weakness 50 1, 110 | Aristotle says (De ~Somn. et Vigil.) [*De Insomniis iii.], 51 1, 114 | as is proved (De ~Coelo et Mundo iv, 2). Secondly, 52 1, 114 | Animal. ii, 7: ~De Sens. et Sensato ii: De Somn. et 53 1, 114 | et Sensato ii: De Somn. et Vigil. iii]: wherefore it 54 1, 114 | Philosopher says (De Somn. et Vigil. [*De Divin. ~per 55 1, 116 | Aristotle says (De Somn. et ~Vigil.; [*De Insomniis 56 2, 1 | Augustine says (De Mor. Eccl. et Manich. ii, 13): ~"According 57 2, 21 | Philosopher says (De Virt. et Vit. i) that ~"virtuous 58 2, 50 | Philosopher says (De Memor. et Remin. ii) ~that "custom 59 2, 51 | Philosopher ~says (De Memor. et Remin. 1) that "meditation 60 2, 53 | Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii) that ~"forgetfulness 61 2, 53 | Philosopher says (De Long. et Brev. Vitae ii) that ~not 62 2, 76 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Grat. lxvii) "that some 63 2, 79 | saying of Augustine (De Grat. et Lib. Arb. xxi, whence the 64 2, 79 | Augustine states (De Nat. et Grat. xxii). Therefore blindness, 65 2, 80 | Philosopher ~says (De Somno et Vigil.) [*De Insomn. iii, 66 2, 80 | Philosopher observes (De Somno et Virgil.: De Insomn. iii, 67 2, 81 | Retract. i, 9; De Pecc. Merit. et ~Remiss. ix; Contra Julian. 68 2, 82 | infants ~(De Pecc. Merit. et Remiss. i, 39) that on account 69 2, 82 | Augustine says (De Nup. et Concep. i, 23) that "lust ~ 70 2, 85 | Further, Augustine (De Nat. et Grat. lxvii, 67) reckons " 71 2, 89 | this ~explanation (De Fide et Oper. xv), because, as the 72 2, 89 | Further Anselm says (De Gratia et Lib. Arb. vii): "Those who 73 2, 89 | Anselm says (De Gratia et Lib. Arb. vii): "Man was 74 2, 90 | say ~(Cod. 1, tit. De lege et constit. leg. vii). But 75 2, 95 | ff, tit. iii, v; De Leg. et Senat.]. Therefore ~not 76 2, 95 | ff., tit. iii; De Leg. et Senat.]. Wherefore ~Isidore 77 2, 96 | man, according to Is. 10:1 et seqq.: "Woe to them that 78 2, 96 | i, ff., tit. 3, De ~Leg. et Senat.] that "the sovereign 79 2, 96 | i, ff., tit. 3, De Leg. et ~Senat.]: "By no reason 80 2, 99 | Augustine proves (De Spiritu et Litera xiv), even the ~letter 81 2, 99 | Maximus states ~[*Fact. et Dict. Memor. i, 1], the 82 2, 100 | according to Augustine (De Spir. et Lit. xiv), refers even to 83 2, 102 | side, as stated in De Coelo et Mundo ii; and wisdom, like 84 2, 106 | Augustine says (De Spir. et Lit. xxiv) that "as the 85 2, 106 | Augustine says (De Spir. et Lit. xvii): "There," i.e. 86 2, 106 | explains ~this (De Spir. et Lit. xiv, xvii) by saying 87 2, 106 | Augustine says ~(De Spir. et Lit. xviii), "the Apostle 88 2, 106 | from memory, omits the ~"et" (and), after "sinful flesh." 89 2, 106 | Ep. ccvii; De Pecc. Mer. ~et Rem. ii, 19]. Consequently 90 2, 109 | Augustine says (De Corrept. et Gratia ii) ~that "without 91 2, 109 | Augustine (De Corrupt. et Grat. ii) having stated 92 2, 109 | Augustine says (De Spir. et Lit. xxvii), "do not be ~ 93 2, 109 | Augustine says (De Corr. et ~Gratia vi). Correction 94 2, 109 | Augustine says (De Natura et Gratia xxvi) that "as the ~ 95 2, 109 | words of Cyprian (De Correp. et ~Grat. xii). Hence man, 96 2, 109 | Augustine says (De Natura et Gratia xliii) [*Cf. De ~ 97 2, 109 | xliii) [*Cf. De ~Correp. et Grat. xii]: "in the original 98 2, 110 | Augustine says (De Natura et Gratia ~xxii): "The light 99 2, 110 | Augustine ~says (De Spir. et Lit. xiv) that "operating 100 2, 110 | Augustine says (De ~Gratia et Lib. Arbit. vi). Now merit 101 2, 111 | Augustine says (De Gratia et Lib. Arbit. xvii): "God 102 2, 111 | Augustine says (De Natura et Gratia ~xxxi): "It is prevenient, 103 2, 113 | Augustine says (De Nup. et Concup. i, 26), if to leave ~ 104 2, 2 | Augustine states (De Corr. et Grat. v, vi ~[*Cf. Ep. cxc; 105 2, 2 | Augustine says (De Corr. et Gratia vii; Ep. cxc): "Our ~ 106 2, 4 | 11 [*Augustine, De Fide et Oper. xvi.]. Now ~faith 107 2, 13 | Bernard says (De Dispens. et Praecept. xi) that "to ~ 108 2, 16 | Augustine states (De Grat. et Lib. Arb. xvii). But ~hope 109 2, 18 | to Augustine (De Gratia et Lib. Arb. ~xviii), "that 110 2, 18 | according to Augustine (De ~Nat. et Grat. lvii) it is compatible 111 2, 22 | limit of power" (De Coelo et ~Mundo i, 11). But charity 112 2, 23 | of St. Thierry, De Nat. et Dig. Amoris. vi.] ~drew 113 2, 25 | Valerius Maximus says (Fact. et Dict. Memor. iv 7): "The 114 2, 31 | Augustine says (De Correp. et Gratia xv): "Since we ignore 115 2, 37 | says (Epist. ad Victor. et Pancrat.), "denotes a ~division." 116 2, 45 | Valerius Maximus says [*Fact. et Dict. Memor. iv, 6] of the 117 2, 47 | Philosopher proves (De Memor. et Remin. i), is in the sensitive ~ 118 2, 47 | Philosopher says (De Memor. et Remin. ii): "Sometimes a 119 2, 55 | Digest. i, 1; De Just. et Jure 1] that "right is the ~ 120 2, 55 | Digest. i, 1; De Just. et Jure i] "the right of nations 121 2, 55 | Digest. i, 1; De Just. et Jure i] says because "the 122 2, 55 | Digest. i, ~1; De Just. et Jure i, 9): "whatever natural 123 2, 56 | Digest. i, 1; De Just. et Jure 10]. For, according 124 2, 77 | contrary, Augustine (De Correp. et Grat. i) declares that ~" 125 2, 81 | Valerius Maximus [*Fact. et Dict. Memor. ~vii, 2], " 126 2, 81 | the same authority (Fact. et Dict. Memor. vii, 2), ~" 127 2, 81 | Augustine says (De ~Correp. et Grat. xv), so too no man 128 2, 81 | he says again ~(QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test. lxviii), "their 129 2, 84 | Decimam, de Decim. Primit. et Oblat.]: "According to the 130 2, 86 | Ep. ~cxxvii, ad Arment. et Paulin.): "Since thou hast 131 2, 86 | Ep. cxxvii, ad Arment. et Paulin.): "He is a kind 132 2, 86 | Ep. cxxvii, ad Arment. et Paulin.), so also a promise ~ 133 2, 86 | Ep. cxxvii, ad ~Arment. et Paulin.) that "happy is 134 2, 86 | Ep. cxxvii, ad Arment. et Paulin.): "Repent not of 135 2, 86 | Augustine says ~(Ep. ad Arment. et Paulin. cxxcii): "Repent 136 2, 86 | Decret. cap. Is qui, de Reg. et transeunt. ad ~Relig.] which 137 2, 86 | Cap. Scripturae, de Voto et Voti ~redempt.]. Therefore 138 2, 86 | Cap. ~Scripturae, de Voto et Voti redempt.] says that " 139 2, 86 | Cap. de ~Peregin., de Voto et Voti redempt.), fasting 140 2, 97 | 13; ~Cod. i, 3, de Episc. et Cleric.]. Therefore sacrilege 141 2, 116 | St. Augustine, De Fide et Oper. xvi) that "he ~builds 142 2, 122 | Cyprian says (Ep. ad Mart. et Conf. ii): "Blessed ~martyrs, 143 2, 122 | in a sermon (Ep. ad Mart. et Conf. ii): ~"The crowd of 144 2, 122 | Assumption (Epist. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): "I ~should say 145 2, 135 | Augustine says (De Correp. et Grat. xi). Much more ~therefore 146 2, 135 | Augustine says (De Correp. et Grat. xi), "it was given ~ 147 2, 145 | Augustine in a sermon (De orat. et ~Jejun. [*Serm. lxxii (ccxxx, 148 2, 145 | Arb. iii, 18; cf. De Nat. et Grat. lxvii]: "Let each ~ 149 2, 148 | Ambrose says [*De Elia et de Jejunio v] that "there 150 2, 150 | Augustine says (De Nup. et Concup.) [*The quotation 151 2, 151 | Augustine declares (De Nup. et Concup. i, ~24). Therefore 152 2, 152 | Cod. i, iii de Episc. et Cler. 5]: "If ~any man dare, 153 2, 159 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Gratia xxxiv): "Humility ~ 154 2, 160 | Augustine says ~(De Nat. et Grat. xxix) that "you will 155 2, 160 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Grat. xxix): "If he look ~ 156 2, 160 | Augustine says (De ~Nat. et Grat. xxix) that "many things 157 2, 160 | Augustine into his book De ~Nat. et Grat., not as being his 158 2, 160 | Bernard ~[*De Grad. Humil. et Superb. x, seqq.] also reckons 159 2, 160 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Grat. ~xx) that many things 160 2, 162 | ad lit. [*De Pecc. Mer. et ~Rem. i, 16. Cf. Gen. ad 161 2, 162 | 18). Alcuin [*Interrog. et Resp. in ~Gen. lxxix], however, 162 2, 166 | penitent says ~(De Vera et Falsa Poenit. 15) [*Spurious]: " 163 2, 170 | Philosopher asserts (De Somn. et Vigil. [*De Divinat. per ~ 164 2, 170 | Philosopher says (De Somn. et Vigil. [*Cf. De ~Divinat. 165 2, 173 | the Philosopher (De Mem. et Remin. ~i). Therefore it 166 2, 182 | Justit. ~viii [*Cf. De Spir. et Lit. XXXVI]), and one escapes 167 2, 183 | Ep. cxxvii ~ad Paulin. et Arment.): "Since you have 168 2, 184 | says (Ep. xxxi ad Paulin. et Theras.) that "we are ~more 169 2, 184 | says (Ep. cxxvii ad Paulin. et Arment.): "Repent not of ~ 170 2, 184 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Grat. xxix) that "not all 171 2, 185 | And Jerome says (ad Ripar. et ~Desider. [*Contra Vigilant. 172 2, 186 | Decretal de Statu ~Monach. et Canon. Reg. [*Cap. Ne Nimia, 173 2, 186 | said (Extra, de Regular. et Transeunt. ad Relig., ~cap. 174 2, 187 | Non solum., de Regular. et Transeunt, ~ad Relig.] who 175 2, 187 | Ep. cxxvii ad Armentar. et Paulin.), "happy is the ~ 176 2, 187 | Hence (Extra, De ~Voto et Voti Redemptione, cap. Per 177 2, 187 | III says (Extra, De Voto et Voti Redemptione, cap. Scripturae), ~" 178 2, 187 | said (Extra, De Regular. et Transeunt. ad Relig., cap. ~ 179 2, 187 | binding [*Extra, De Regular. et Transeunt. ~ad Relig., cap. 180 2, 187 | Cod. IV, x, de Oblig. et Action, ~12] money lays 181 2, 187 | Pontiff" (Extra, De Regular. et Transeunt. ad ~Relig., cap. 182 2, 187 | Extra, De Statu Monach. et Canonic. Reg., cap. Quod 183 2, 187 | decide" (Extra, De Regular. et Transeunt. ad Relig., ~cap. 184 3, 1 | for, as is said Qq. Vet et ~Nov. Test., qu. 83, "it 185 3, 8 | the Philosopher (De Memor. et Remin. ii). Hence the ancient 186 3, 13 | Augustine says (Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test., qu. 77): "It 187 3, 13 | Augustine says (Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test., qu. 77): "What ~ 188 3, 18 | Augustine says (De Pecc. Merit. et Remiss. i, 32). ~Hence in 189 3, 18 | Athanasius says [*De Incarnat. ~et Cont. Arianos, written against 190 3, 25 | Philosopher says (De Memor. et Remin. i), there is ~a twofold 191 3, 27 | Augustine says (De Nup. et Concup. i): "All flesh born 192 3, 27 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Grat. ~xxvi). Therefore 193 3, 27 | according to Augustine (De Nup. et Concup. i.), it is ~lust 194 3, 27 | Further, Augustine (Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test. lxxiii on Lk. 195 3, 27 | Augustine says (De Nat. et Grat. xxxvi): "In the matter ~ 196 3, 27 | useless," as is said De Coelo et Mundo ~i. But it would have 197 3, 27 | Assumption (cf. Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): "Full indeed 198 3, 28 | Augustine says ~(De Nup. et Concup. i): "In that union," 199 3, 28 | Augustine says (De Nup. et Concup. i), "it was befitting 200 3, 28 | Augustine says (De Nup. et Concup. i): "The Mother 201 3, 29 | Augustine says (De ~Nup. et Concup. i): "She is called 202 3, 29 | Augustine ~says (De Nup. et Concup. i): "All the nuptial 203 3, 30 | For he says (De ~Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test. qu. li): "To 204 3, 31 | is given in the Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test. [*Part i, qu. 205 3, 31 | in the book De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test. qu. lxxxv: ~" 206 3, 32 | Augustine says (QQ. Vet. et Nov. Test., qu. 52): "This ~ 207 3, 34 | Paterius, Expos. Vet. et Nov. Test. super ~Ex. 40] 208 3, 35 | of the book De Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test., ~"Christ wished 209 3, 36 | in the book De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., qu. ~lxiii, 210 3, 37 | Athanasius, De Sabb. et Circumcis.]: from the decrepitude 211 3, 46 | on the ~Passion (De Cruce et Latrone i, ii): "He suffered 212 3, 46 | is written in De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., qu. lv: "The 213 3, 46 | the author of De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., qu. ~lv, "our 214 3, 46 | the author of De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., qu. ~lv, "the 215 3, 46 | Passion (Hom. i De Cruce ~et Latrone): "The Lord was 216 3, 47 | the author of De Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test., qu. ~lxvi, the 217 3, 50 | full title is De ~Trinitate et Spiritu Sancto] says that 218 3, 51 | Chrysostom says (Cont. Jud. et ~Gent. quod 'Christus sit 219 3, 53 | Assumption [*Ep. ix ~ad Paul. et Eustoch.; among the supposititious 220 3, 60 | one were to say "patrias et ~filias." For although the 221 3, 65 | without a purpose" (De Coelo et ~Mundo i). Therefore all 222 3, 66 | John (Extra, De Baptismo et ejus effectu, cap. ~Debitum).~ 223 3, 68 | Augustine says (De Fide et ~oper.). Neither, therefore, 224 3, 68 | Baptism (De Pecc. ~Merit. et Remiss. i), "the effect 225 3, 68 | Augustine ~says (De Vera et Falsa Poenit. xiv): "All 226 3, 68 | Baptism (De Pecc. Merit. et ~Remiss. i); and this cannot 227 3, 68 | Augustine says (De Pecc. Merit. et Remiss. i): "The Church, 228 3, 69 | Baptism (De Pecc. Merit. et Remiss. i), that "in carnal 229 3, 69 | Baptism (De Pecc. ~Merit. et Remiss. i) "the effect of 230 3, 69 | Baptism (De Pecc. ~Merit. et Remiss. i) that "the effect 231 3, 70 | Augustine says (De Vera et Falsa Poenit. ix). But we 232 3, 70 | answer to Julian ~(De Nup. et Concup. ii): "From the time 233 3, 73 | Postcommunion "pro vivis et ~defunctis"]: "May this 234 3, 73 | Postcommunion "pro vivis et ~defunctis"]: "May the sacraments 235 3, 75 | Prosper ~(Lanfranc, De Corp. et Sang. Dom. xiii): "Under 236 3, 77 | Homily (Lanfranc, De Corp. et ~Sang. Dom. xx) that "the 237 3, 77 | Homily (Lanfranc, De ~Corp. et Sang. Dom. xx). Secondly, 238 3, 79 | Postcommunion, Pro ~vivis et defunctis): "May this sacrament 239 3, 79 | says to Renatus (De Anima et ~ejus origine i): "Who may 240 3, 80 | enacted (Extra, De Poenit. et Remiss. xii): "Let ~every 241 3, 83 | Augustine (Paschasius, De ~Corp. et Sang. Dom. xii), "that we 242 3, 83 | formality of the past (De Mem. et Remin. i).~Aquin.: SMT TP 243 3, 84 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et ~falsa Poenitentia, the 244 3, 84 | book on Penance [*De vera et ~falsa Poenitentia, the 245 3, 84 | Augustine says [*De vera et falsa Poenitentia, the authorship ~ 246 3, 84 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et falsa Poenitentia, the authorship 247 3, 84 | Augustine says [*De vera et falsa Poenitentia the ~authorship 248 3, 84 | According to Augustine (De vera et falsa Poenitentia, the ~ 249 3, 85 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et falsa ~Poenitentia, the 250 3, 85 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et falsa Poenitentia, the authorship 251 3, 86 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et falsa ~Poenitentia, the 252 3, 86 | Augustine says [*De vera et falsa Poenitentia, the authorship 253 3, 86 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et ~falsa Poenitentia, the 254 3, 87 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et falsa ~Poenitentia, the 255 3, 88 | Augustine observes ~(De Nat. et Grat. xxix), not every sin 256 3, 89 | declares (Hom. de Divite et Lazaro, 41 in Evang.) that " 257 Suppl, 2 | quoting ~Augustine (De vera et falsa Poenitentia [*Work 258 Suppl, 4 | Augustine, De Correp. et Grat.]. Therefore there 259 Suppl, 4 | De Poenitentia [*De vera et falsa ~Poenitentia, work 260 Suppl, 4 | St. Victor, De Pot. Lig. et ~Solv. 3,5,13] that "when 261 Suppl, 4 | contrary, Augustine [*De vera et falsa Poenitentia, work 262 Suppl, 6 | the Decretals (De Poenit. et Remiss. xii), ~where it 263 Suppl, 6 | utriusque sexus: De ~Poenit. et Remiss.). Now a man does 264 Suppl, 8 | for he says in De vera et falsa Poenitentia [*Work 265 Suppl, 8 | Bernard observes (De Praecept. et ~Dispens. ii). Now confession, 266 Suppl, 8 | allowed by law ~(De Poenit. et Remiss., Cap. Ne pro dilatione) 267 Suppl, 8 | Ecclesiastical precept (De Poenit. et Remiss., Cap. Omnis utriusque) ~ 268 Suppl, 9 | Augustine says [*De vera et ~falsa Poenitentia, work 269 Suppl, 11| Bernard ~says (De Proecep. et Dispens. ii), "that which 270 Suppl, 11| Decretal says (De Poenit. et Remiss., Cap. Omnis ~utriusque): " 271 Suppl, 19| Philosopher says (De Somno et Vigil. i). But the key which 272 Suppl, 20| Augustine says (De vera et false Poenitentia [*Work 273 Suppl, 32| the Philosopher (De Long. et ~Brev. Vitae i). Therefore 274 Suppl, 36| Rudiment.). [*"Legere et non intelligere est negligere." 275 Suppl, 39| the ~Philosopher (De Somn. et Vigil. i). Now the act of 276 Suppl, 41| Digest. I, i, de justitia et ~jure, 1]. But in other 277 Suppl, 43| cap. Praeterea, De spons. et matr.) which says expressly: " 278 Suppl, 45| Sicut ex Litteris, De spons. et matr.). But this would not 279 Suppl, 45| cap. Tua Nos, De ~Spons. et matr.) in reference to this 280 Suppl, 46| legislation] (De sponsal. et matrim., cap. Is qui fidem).~ 281 Suppl, 47| Cum locum, De sponsal. et ~matrim.): "Since there 282 Suppl, 52| Manumissiones, ff. de just. et ~jure.) that slavery is 283 Suppl, 53| jurists ~assert (cap. Joannes et seqq., De cler. conjug.), 284 Suppl, 54| Digests (i, ff. De just. et jure). Now ~brute animals 285 Suppl, 55| Ad audiendem, De spons. et ~matrim.) forbade a certain 286 Suppl, 55| Non debent, De consang. et affinit.), "length of time 287 Suppl, 55| cap. Super eo, De test. et attest.; ~cap. Literas, 288 Suppl, 58| stated (Extra, De Frigidis et Malefic., cap. Quod ~Sedem): " 289 Suppl, 58| Non Solum, De ~regular. et transeunt.) no one can be 290 Suppl, 58| cap. Quod Sedem, De frigid et malefic.) ~says that "a 291 Suppl, 61| Non solum, de regular. et ~transeunt.) a profession, 292 Suppl, 62| according to Augustine (De Nup. et Concup. i, 10), "as long 293 Suppl, 65| Digests (1, i, ff. De just. ~et jure). Now nature has not 294 Suppl, 65| Commentator states (De Coelo et Mundo iii, 28), therefore 295 Suppl, 65| Augustine says (De Nup. et Concup. i, 8). Accordingly 296 Suppl, 70| Augustine says (De Spir. et Anim. xv): "The soul withdraws 297 Suppl, 70| Philosopher says (De Somn. et Vigil.) that ~"where we 298 Suppl, 70| Augustine says (De Spiritu et Anima xv): "When the ~soul 299 Suppl, 70| as proved ~in De Memor. et Remin. i. Now separated 300 Suppl, 74| Assumption [*Ep. x ad Paul. et ~Eustoch., now recognized 301 Suppl, 74| sudden as stated in De Sensu et ~Sensato vii. Now the resurrection 302 Suppl, 77| statement of Augustine (De Spir. et Anima xv) that "the body 303 Suppl, 79| assists teaching" (De Sensu et Sensato i). But ~the blessed, 304 Suppl, 81| Augustine says (De Spiritu ~et Anima, lxiii [*Cf. Q[70], 305 Suppl, 81| the Philosopher (De Coelo et Mundo ii), ~"that which 306 Suppl, 82| determinate body" (De Sensu et Sensato ~iii). But glorified 307 Suppl, 87| Augustine [*De ~Spiritu et Anima, work of an unknown 308 Suppl, 88| last for ever (De Coelo et Mundo i). Therefore this ~ 309 Suppl, 88| because, as stated in De Coelo et Mundo ii, "those bodies 310 Suppl, 88| out by ~movement (De Coelo et Mundo ii). Therefore the 311 Suppl, 88| as is proved in De Coelo ~et Mundo i. But work here denotes 312 Suppl, 88| Commentator says on De Coelo et Mundo; and ~consequently 313 Suppl, 92| De donat. ~inter virum et uxorem). Thus also in spiritual 314 Suppl, 93| everything, as stated in De Coelo et Mundo i, and contains a ~ 315 Suppl, 93| Assumption ~[*Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.]: "I should say 316 Suppl, 93| de Assump. [*Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch. ix]) speaking of 317 Suppl, 94| Aristotle relates (De Coelo et ~Mundo ii). It is, however, 318 Suppl, 95| Consideratione v, 12; De ~Gratia et Libero Arbitrio ix] that " 319 Suppl, 96| lasts for ever" (De Coelo et Mundo ~i). But punishment 320 Appen1, 2| and Augustine [*De vera et ~falsa poenit. iv, xviii,


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