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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | philosophical sciences; for Jerome observes, in his ~Epistle to Magnus, 2 1, 28 | only, inasmuch as reason ~observes them as existing between 3 1, 39 | written ~of Me," where a gloss observes, "that is, with the Father 4 1, 50 | bodies, as the ~Philosopher observes (Phys. iv, text 52,57). 5 1, 52 | place." And again, Aristotle observes (Phys. iv, ~text 48,57) 6 1, 56 | sensible things, as ~Dionysius observes (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore 7 1, 58 | experiences," as Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~ 8 1, 58 | knowledge, as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). If, ~ 9 1, 60 | 2: Further, as Dionysius observes (Div. Nom. iv): "Love is 10 1, 62 | opposites, as the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 3). But 11 1, 63 | be fierce, as Dionysius observes (De Div. Nom. iv).~Aquin.: 12 1, 63 | effect. But, as ~Damascene observes (De Fide Orth. ii), they 13 1, 64 | world. ~For, as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ix, 21), "It 14 1, 64 | Jm. 2:19). And Dionysius ~observes (Div. Nom. iv), that "they 15 1, 74 | spiritual things, as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ~iv, 28). 16 1, 76 | material. And ~because it observes that this is something common 17 1, 39 | written ~of Me," where a gloss observes, "that is, with the Father 18 1, 51 | bodies, as the ~Philosopher observes (Phys. iv, text 52,57). 19 1, 53 | place." And again, Aristotle observes (Phys. iv, ~text 48,57) 20 1, 57 | sensible things, as ~Dionysius observes (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore 21 1, 59 | experiences," as Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. vii). ~ 22 1, 59 | knowledge, as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). If, ~ 23 1, 61 | 2: Further, as Dionysius observes (Div. Nom. iv): "Love is 24 1, 63 | opposites, as the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. iv, text. 3). But 25 1, 64 | be fierce, as Dionysius observes (De Div. Nom. iv).~Aquin.: 26 1, 64 | effect. But, as ~Damascene observes (De Fide Orth. ii), they 27 1, 65 | world. ~For, as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ix, 21), "It 28 1, 65 | Jm. 2:19). And Dionysius ~observes (Div. Nom. iv), that "they 29 1, 73 | spiritual things, as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ~iv, 28). 30 1, 75 | material. And ~because it observes that this is something common 31 1, 77 | of the past, which memory observes, is to be reckoned ~among 32 1, 90 | Reply OBJ 1: As Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. vi, 12), man 33 1, 91 | moist, as the Philosopher observes (De ~Gener. Animal. iv, 34 1, 102 | not say absolutely that he observes chance in all ~things, but " 35 1, 110 | Rm. ~1:19), the gloss observes that "not only natural reason 36 1, 112 | I answer that, as Origen observes (Tract. v, super Matt.) 37 2, 21 | something to Him, when he observes or does not observe the 38 2, 25 | avenge himself, ~as Avicenna observes in the sixth book of his 39 2, 32 | For as the ~Philosopher observes (Polit. ii, 2) "we take 40 2, 44 | dislocates the mind," as Cicero observes (De Quaest. Tusc. ~iv, 8). 41 2, 46 | minute," as the ~Philosopher observes (Rhet. ii, 2). It is therefore 42 2, 46 | are," as the Philosopher observes (Rhet. ii, 4).~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 47 | greater anger, as Chrysostom observes (Hom. xxii, in Ep. ~ad Rom.). 44 2, 48 | beloved," as Augustine observes (De Trin. x, 12). Consequently 45 2, 49 | saying this," as Simplicius observes ~in his Commentary on the 46 2, 59 | difference, as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ix, 4), was 47 2, 61 | partaking of reason, ~it observes the mode of reason in all 48 2, 61 | is clear. For temperance ~observes the mean in all things, 49 2, 64 | 1) Whether moral virtue observes the mean?~(2) Whether the 50 2, 64 | Therefore not every moral virtue observes the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 51 2, 64 | from all sexual pleasure, observes the extreme, and is the 52 2, 64 | evident that moral virtue observes the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 53 2, 64 | that the "magnanimous man observes the extreme ~in quantity, 54 2, 64 | 6) that "moral virtue ~observes the mean fixed, in our regard, 55 2, 64 | mean. Because moral virtue observes the mean by conforming to 56 2, 64 | Ethic. ii, 6, that "virtue observes the mean ~appointed by reason, 57 2, 64 | also intellectual virtue observes the ~mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 58 2, 64 | contraries intellectual virtue observes the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 59 2, 64 | that theological virtue observes the mean. For the ~good 60 2, 64 | theological virtue also observes the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 61 2, 64 | Therefore theological virtue observes the mean.~Aquin.: SMT FS 62 2, 64 | contrary, Wherever virtue observes the mean it is possible 63 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hope observes the mean between presumption 64 2, 72 | the world, as Augustine ~observes (Tract. ii in Joan.). Gregory, 65 2, 73 | covetousness, as a gloss observes on Eph. 5:5. "No fornicator, 66 2, 73 | to its ~fruit, as a gloss observes on Mt. 7:18, "A good tree 67 2, 76 | sober, as the Philosopher observes (Polit. ~ii).~ 68 2, 80 | since, as the ~Philosopher observes (De Somno et Virgil.: De 69 2, 96 | the law, saying that he observes the ~intention of the lawgiver, 70 2, 99 | figuratively. But, as Augustine observes (De Doctr. Christ. ii, ~ 71 2, 100 | that precept, as Augustine observes (De Lib. Arb. i, 4). In 72 2, 102 | Christ. Because, as the gloss observes, "Christ is ~offered in 73 2, 102 | Wherefore, as Rabbi Moses ~observes (Doct. Perplex. iii), turtledoves 74 2, 102 | seven branches, as Josephus observes (Antiquit. iii, ~7,8), to 75 2, 102 | twisted linen," as the gloss observes, "signifies the flesh ~refulgent 76 2, 102 | wind and rain, as the gloss observes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 77 2, 105 | prosperity, as the Philosopher ~observes (Ethic. iv, 3). Now perfect 78 2, 105 | possessions, as the Philosopher observes ~(Polit. ii, 6); therefore 79 2, 105 | Consequently, as he himself observes, it was forbidden by the 80 2, 105 | sometimes as three: as Augustine observes on Jn. 8:17: "In ~your law 81 2, 109 | recover it, as the Philosopher observes (De Coelo ~ii, 12).~Aquin.: 82 2, 1 | them, as the ~Philosopher observes (Metaph. ii). Now the doctrine 83 2, 1 | Rufinus, Comm. in Sym. Apost.] observes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[9] 84 2, 2 | intellect, as ~Augustine observes (De Trin. xiv, 7): "By understanding 85 2, 2 | since, as the Philosopher observes ~(Metaph. ix, text. 22) " 86 2, 2 | the angels, as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. v, 19), yet 87 2, 2 | replied that, as Ambrose observes in his commentary on ~Lk. 88 2, 2 | infirm, as the ~Philosopher observes (Poster. i, 33), so that 89 2, 5 | other sins, as ~Augustine observes (Tract. lxxxix in Joan.) 90 2, 7 | begets hope, as a gloss observes on Mt. 1:2. Therefore fear 91 2, 8 | vile things," as Gregory observes ~(Moral. ii, 49). Therefore 92 2, 8 | the intellect, ~as Gregory observes (Moral. i, 32), that we 93 2, 10 | right judgment" as the gloss observes [*Augustine, Enchiridion 94 2, 10 | indefinitely, as ~Augustine observes (De Haeresibus).~Aquin.: 95 2, 10 | consent ~therein, as a gloss observes on Rm. 1:32: "Not only they 96 2, 11 | and Pharisees, as Isidore observes (Etym. viii, 3,4,5). ~Now 97 2, 16 | OBJ 1: As the same gloss observes further on, "hope" is called ~" 98 2, 24 | OBJ 2: As the Philosopher observes (Ethic. ix, 3), when our ~ 99 2, 26 | women," as the Philosopher ~observes (Ethic. viii, 8) "entrust 100 2, 30 | power to pardon, as Jerome observes ~(Super Matth. xviii, 15). 101 2, 30 | and as the Philosopher ~observes (Topic. iii, 2), for a needy 102 2, 30 | meritorious in so far as it observes the order of charity, ~which 103 2, 31 | greater danger," as Augustine ~observes in his Rule quoted above.~ 104 2, 32 | it hurts, as ~Augustine observes (Enchiridion xii). Now there 105 2, 37 | can. Novatianus): "He who observes neither unity of spirit 106 2, 38 | like precepts, as Augustine observes (De Serm. Dom. in ~Monte 107 2, 38 | one, as the Philosopher observes (Polit. i, 1), while ~certain 108 2, 41 | I answer that, As Jerome observes the Greek {skandalon} may 109 2, 41 | to others, as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei i, 9). ~Therefore 110 2, 43 | thief, as the Philosopher observes (Metaph. v, text. 21). And ~ 111 2, 50 | is above," as Dionysius observes ~(Div. Nom. vii), even as 112 2, 50 | evident, as the Philosopher observes (Ethic. iii, 3). ~Now all 113 2, 52 | name, because, as Isidore observes (Etym. x) ~"a negligent 114 2, 53 | Reply OBJ 1: As Augustine observes (Contra Julian. iv, 3) just 115 2, 56 | an elective habit which observes the mean ~fixed, in our 116 2, 56 | reason." Therefore justice observes the rational ~and not the 117 2, 56 | Therefore justice also observes, not ~the real, but the 118 2, 56 | 4]: wherefore ~justice observes the real mean.~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 67 | in so far as the ~latter observes the order of the higher 120 2, 78 | by his own free will man ~observes what is just according to 121 2, 79 | is a part of justice, and observes a mean, not ~in the passions, 122 2, 84 | of ~the poor, as Jerome observes on Mt. 17:26, "That we may 123 2, 86 | keep the faith, as a gloss observes on Ps. 75:12, "Vow ye, and 124 2, 86 | only, as Anselm [*Eadmer] observes ~(De Simil. viii). For this 125 2, 90 | Now every moral virtue observes a mean, as stated above ( 126 2, 92 | representations, as the Philosopher observes (Poet. iv), ~wherefore as 127 2, 93 | necromancy," for ~as Isidore observes (Etym. viii) in Greek, { 128 2, 94 | symptoms, which ~the physician observes. Therefore it seems not 129 2, 95 | excused from sin, as a gloss ~observes: just as Zachary sinned 130 2, 101 | of Augustine on Rm. 16:27 observes ~that glory is "clear knowledge 131 2, 102 | part of justice, and it ~observes the mean between excess 132 2, 102 | v, 4), so too ~obedience observes the mean between excess 133 2, 102 | earthly ~masters, as a gloss observes on 1 Tim. 6:1, "Whosoever 134 2, 104 | when compelled, as ~Seneca observes (De Beneficiis iii).~Aquin.: 135 2, 104 | absolutely, as the Philosopher observes (Ethic. iii) in treating 136 2, 104 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: As Seneca observes (De Benef. vi), "it matters 137 2, 104 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: As Seneca observes (De Benef. iii), "when a 138 2, 104 | who repays him, as Seneca observes (De Benef. vii): ~"It is 139 2, 104 | repayment. For, as Seneca ~observes (De Benef. iv), "he that 140 2, 105 | negligence. For, as Seneca observes ~(De Benef. iii), "when 141 2, 107 | is true about himself, he observes the mean between one that 142 2, 107 | the truth of justice a man observes the rectitude ~of the law 143 2, 108 | Holy Writ, as Augustine observes (Lib. De Mend. v), the ~ 144 2, 109 | figurative ~pretense, as a gloss observes in commenting on the title 145 2, 112 | OBJ 3: Further, virtue "observes the mean according as a 146 2, 113 | and ill, according as one ~observes or omits the due circumstances. 147 2, 115 | beggar, as the ~Philosopher observes (Ethic. iv, 1); and yet 148 2, 116 | health, as ~the Philosopher observes (Polit. i, 6). External 149 2, 116 | liberality is a virtue that observes the mean between ~two contrary 150 2, 116 | opposed to liberality, which observes the mean in the ~desire 151 2, 116 | covetousness," where a gloss observes: ~"Lest they should regret 152 2, 117 | as in liberality, which observes the mean, the ~principal 153 2, 117 | receiving, as the Philosopher observes (Ethic. iv, 1). And in like 154 2, 117 | intemperate, as the Philosopher observes (Ethic. iv, 1). ~Therefore 155 2, 118 | legal, "justice," which observes the ~letter of the law: 156 2, 120 | insufficiency, as Dionysius observes ~(Coel. Hier. ii).~Aquin.: 157 2, 122 | pleasures," as Augustine observes (QQ[83], qu. 36). And from 158 2, 124 | Now every moral virtue observes the rational mean ~in the 159 2, 126 | liberal," as the ~Philosopher observes (Ethic. iv, 2). But liberality 160 2, 127 | For every moral virtue ~observes the mean. But magnanimity 161 2, 127 | the mean. But magnanimity observes not the mean but the greater ~ 162 2, 127 | Therefore magnanimity, which ~observes the mode of reason in great 163 2, 128 | 3], ad 1), magnanimity ~observes the means, not as regards 164 2, 132 | 2: Further, moral virtue observes the mean, according to Ethic. 165 2, 132 | x. Hence magnificence observes not the mean, but the extreme. 166 2, 132 | is true that magnificence observes the extreme, if we ~consider 167 2, 132 | of the thing done: yet it observes the mean, if we ~consider 168 2, 133 | opposed the virtue which ~observes the mean, and a contrary 169 2, 135 | principal virtue, because it observes firmness in ~matters wherein 170 2, 141 | while the principal virtue observes the mode in some principal ~ 171 2, 142 | ii, 6. Now shamefacedness observes ~the mean in this way, as 172 2, 142 | way, as the Philosopher observes (Ethic. ii, 7). ~Therefore 173 2, 144 | QQ. Evang. ii, qu. 11] observes that "justice ~consists 174 2, 144 | Further, every virtue "observes the mean," as stated in 175 2, 144 | deficiency, ~and yet it observes the mean, in so far as it 176 2, 145 | virtue of ~abstinence, which observes due quantity of food not 177 2, 146 | Further, just as temperance observes due circumstances, so do 178 2, 147 | said to be sober because he observes the "bria," i.e. the measure. ~ 179 2, 148 | In this, as ~Aristotle observes (Polit. ii, 9), "he seems 180 2, 149 | thereof, ~as the Philosopher observes (Rhet. ii, 6). Consequently 181 2, 151 | understanding," as the Philosopher observes (Ethic. vii, 11); and ~as 182 2, 152 | Kgs. 3:10), as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. xii, 15).~ 183 2, 152 | longer virgins, as a gloss observes on 2 Cor. 12:, "And have 184 2, 152 | in mockery, as Augustine observes. [*QQ. in ~Dt., qu. xxxiv.]~ 185 2, 155 | iv, 5), "the habit ~that observes the mean in anger is unnamed; 186 2, 155 | to himself," as Sallust observes [*Cf. Q[120]]. ~As to clemency, 187 2, 155 | profitable to ~all things," observes that "piety is the sum total 188 2, 159 | Reply OBJ 1: As Isidore observes (Etym. x), "a humble man 189 2, 160 | 161], AA[2], 6), humility observes the ~rule of right reason 190 2, 164 | something; thus ~the Philosopher observes at the beginning of his 191 2, 165 | neighbor's actions, as Bede observes [*Comment. in 1 Jn. 2:16]. 192 2, 168 | Scriptures, as Augustine observes (De Doctr. ~Christ. ii, 193 2, 169 | things to come," as Gregory observes (Hom. i super Ezech.). Therefore ~ 194 2, 178 | thereof, as the ~Philosopher observes (Ethic. x, 7).~Aquin.: SMT 195 2, 179 | is ~attentive" as Sallust observes [*Bell. Catilin., LI].~Aquin.: 196 2, 182 | end, as the Philosopher observes ~(Polit. i, 3); thus a physician 197 2, 182 | over others," as ~Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei xix, 19); while 198 2, 182 | his ~name, as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei. xix, 19). 199 2, 183 | sins not so long as ~he observes moderation, so, to wit, 200 2, 184 | OBJ 3: Further, "Virtue observes the mean," as stated in 201 2, 184 | as ~also the Philosopher observes (Ethic. iii, 12): and hence 202 2, 184 | we have left all things," observes, ~"Peter added that which 203 2, 185 | preaching daily, as Augustine observes (De oper. ~Monach. xviii). 204 2, 186 | as the Blessed Antony observes. Wherefore a religious ~ 205 2, 187 | the Holy Ghost the ~Church observes a fast. Now the Holy Ghost, 206 2, 187 | accustomed"; and a gloss observes: "Those ~namely who yield 207 2, 187 | as a gloss on the passage observes, "are the sacraments of 208 3, 25 | incorporeal; because, as Damascene observes (De Fide ~Orth. iv, 16): " 209 3, 28 | by ~intercourse; but he observes that "before" or "until" 210 3, 35 | aspect, as the Philosopher observes ~of knowledge and the thing 211 3, 36 | Reply OBJ 4: As Chrysostom observes (Theophylact., Enarr. in 212 3, 36 | And, as he [Chrysostom] ~observes, this does not seem fitting 213 3, 38 | sanctify baptism; as Augustine observes, super Joan. (Tract. ~xiii 214 3, 38 | individual, as Chrysostom observes, commenting ~on St. John ( 215 3, 40 | He were to say as Jerome observes: "Why ~desirest thou to 216 3, 41 | is it strange, as Gregory observes, "that He allowed ~Himself 217 3, 43 | later on," as Augustine observes (De Consensu Evang. ii).~ 218 3, 44 | way," ~on which Chrysostom observes (Hom. xlviii in Joan.): " 219 3, 44 | Antioch] says. Or as Bede observes on Mk. 8:23: "Whom He ~might 220 3, 44 | thee," because, as Jerome observes ~on Mt. 9:5,6: "We are hereby 221 3, 44 | fig-tree which, as Chrysostom ~observes (on Mt. 21:19), "being full 222 3, 46 | St. Augustine (Tract. li) observes that "Christ ~called Himself 223 3, 46 | Hence Gregory of Nyssa observes (In Christ. Resurr., ~Orat. 224 3, 46 | Upon which texts Augustine observes: "When He ~had done as much 225 3, 46 | Upon ~this Chrysostom observes (Hom. lxxxii in Joan.): " 226 3, 46 | Tract. xxxv in Matth.) observes: "It was not men's ~lot 227 3, 46 | Secondly, as Pope Leo observes (Serm. iv de Passione): " 228 3, 47 | celebrate. or, as Chrysostom observes (Hom. lxxxiii in Joan.), 229 3, 51 | gems, or silk," as Jerome ~observes: yet on the other hand there 230 3, 51 | things. Yet, as ~Jerome observes, by this act was denoted 231 3, 51 | new" sepulchre, as Jerome observes on Mt. ~27:60, "lest after 232 3, 51 | Him away," as Augustine observes [*Cf. Catena ~Aurea]. Hilary ( 233 3, 52 | is no water," the ~gloss observes: "Thou hast delivered them 234 3, 53 | two nights, as ~Augustine observes (De Trin. iv).~Aquin.: SMT 235 3, 53 | to this view, as Jerome observes on Mt. 27:52,53, we must ~ 236 3, 55 | genuine. For, as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ~xiii), "it 237 3, 59 | Thirdly, because, as Augustine observes (De Verb. Dom., ~Serm. cxxvii): " 238 3, 59 | Divine things. Hence Ambrose ~observes on this passage in Luke: " 239 3, 66 | God"; on ~which the gloss observes: "Christ's one death hallowed 240 3, 66 | 1/1~Whether the Church observes a suitable rite in baptizing?~ 241 3, 66 | It seems that the Church observes an unsuitable rite in ~baptizing. 242 3, 66 | things which the Church observes in the ~baptismal rite, 243 3, 67 | the ~Church, as the gloss observes on Lk. 10:1: indeed, they 244 3, 67 | Church does, and in baptizing observes the Church's form, and ~ 245 3, 73 | times," etc., Chrysostom observes: "The water does not act 246 3, 74 | many grapes," as the gloss observes on 1 Cor. 10:17: "We ~being 247 3, 77 | upon which the ~gloss observes that "he alludes to those 248 3, 78 | concealed, ~as Dionysius observes at the close of his book 249 3, 79 | wine. And ~therefore he observes elsewhere (Tract. xxvi in 250 3, 79 | Godhead." But as ~Gregory observes in a Homily for Pentecost, " 251 3, 79 | expounding the same passage, observes: "The ~sacrament is one 252 3, 80 | upon which the gloss observes: "He shall be punished as 253 3, 80 | explaining which words Augustine observes (De Verb. ~Dom., Serm. xxviii): " 254 3, 81 | bread. Yet as Augustine observes ~(Tract. lxii in Joan.), " 255 3, 83 | custom which the Church observes according to the ~statutes 256 3, 83 | sacraments. Hence Cyprian ~observes (De Orat. Domin. 31), "The 257 3, 83 | iii). However, the Church observes this ceremony, not ~because 258 3, 83 | s Passion, ~as Dionysius observes (Eccl. Hier. iii). Hence 259 3, 85 | justice is a moral virtue it observes the mean. ~Now penance does 260 3, 88 | thereof. And, as Augustine observes ~(De Nat. et Grat. xxix), 261 3, 89 | of Israel is cast ~down," observes: "It is not said that she 262 Suppl, 8 | against charity," as Bernard observes (De Praecept. et ~Dispens. 263 Suppl, 13| recovered, wherefore, as Seneca ~observes (Lib. i, Ep. i, ad Lucilium) 264 Suppl, 15| Reply OBJ 2: As Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei i, 8), even 265 Suppl, 29| bishop's, as Dionysius observes (Eccl. Hier. iii). The reason 266 Suppl, 40| of ~the Gospel, as Bede observes (De Tabernac. iii). Now 267 Suppl, 57| together lest, as Rabbi Moses observes (Doc. ~Perp. iii, 49), if 268 Suppl, 59| unbelievers is a sin," as a gloss observes on Rm. 14:23, "All ~that 269 Suppl, 59| and of temperance which observes the due circumstance in 270 Suppl, 64| 18:19) where Augustine observes: "Although he has already ~ 271 Suppl, 64| Is. 64:6) where Jerome observes: "Men ought then to keep 272 Suppl, 64| versa," as the Philosopher observes ~(De Gener. Anim. xvi).~ 273 Suppl, 67| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A gloss observes here: "She is defiled and 274 Suppl, 70| imagination, as Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. xii), it ~ 275 Suppl, 71| monens mentem], as Augustine observes (De Civ. Dei ~i; De Cura 276 Suppl, 72| king," etc., ~where a gloss observes: "From yesterday, i.e. from 277 Suppl, 72| appears from a gloss which observes on the same words: "In order 278 Suppl, 74| order that," as ~a gloss observes, "through all rejoicing 279 Suppl, 74| abundantly," as a gloss ~observes. And yet when they questioned 280 Suppl, 76| Now, as the Commentator observes on the First Book of Physics 281 Suppl, 78| will cease, as a ~gloss observes on 1 Cor. 15:24. Now woman 282 Suppl, 81| the Commentator thereon observes. They say that the ~ratio 283 Suppl, 81| reply, as the Commentator observes, proceeds from an error 284 Suppl, 86| a gloss on this passage observes, the angels will come ~with 285 Suppl, 86| be judged. Hence Gregory observes on ~Job 41:16 "When he shall 286 Suppl, 89| superiority will cease, as a gloss observes on 1 ~Cor. 15:24, "When 287 Suppl, 95| where a gloss of Jerome observes: ~"It is better not to be 288 Suppl, 96| indignation, as a gloss observes. Therefore, since God's


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