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1 1, 1 | the divine ~science, as Aristotle has proved (Metaph. vi). 2 1, 3 | cannot be ~an accident, as Aristotle says (Phys. i). Therefore 3 1, 5 | contrary, It is said by Aristotle (De Causis) that "the first 4 1, 6 | subsisting of themselves - as Aristotle argues ~in many ways - still, 5 1, 6 | above (Q[2], A[3]), and Aristotle agrees with ~this. Hence 6 1, 10 | measured by eternity. But, as Aristotle says (De Causis), "God is 7 1, 15 | existing outside Himself. Thus Aristotle (Metaph. ix) rejects the 8 1, 29 | and not accidentally," as Aristotle ~says (Phys. ii). But person 9 1, 32 | trinity of persons, for Aristotle says (De Coelo et Mundo 10 1, 32 | later on appear. ~So, when Aristotle said, "By this number," 11 1, 38 | unreturnable giving, as Aristotle says (Topic. iv, 4) - i.e. 12 1, 44 | come before multitude; ~and Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) 13 1, 44 | conclusions. And therefore Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~ 14 1, 44 | The zodiac], according to Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, 15 1, 44 | must be most perfect, as Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, ~text 16 1, 46 | Body Para. 2/2~Nor are Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, 17 1, 46 | reason which is given by Aristotle (De Coelo i, text 120) ~ 18 1, 46 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Aristotle (Phys. i, text 82) proves 19 1, 46 | a body, as appears from Aristotle (Phys. iv, text 60). Whereas 20 1, 46 | that this reason, which Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid 21 1, 46 | time and movement. Hence ~Aristotle brings forward this reason ( 22 1, 46 | which are the arguments of Aristotle (De ~Coelo i), who held 23 1, 46 | advance and decay. Hence Aristotle says (Meteor. i), ~that 24 1, 47 | unity ~of order in things Aristotle infers (Metaph. xii, text 25 1, 48 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Aristotle speaks there according to 26 1, 48 | genus of good and evil. For ~Aristotle, especially in his logical 27 1, 50 | substance is indivisible, as Aristotle says (Phys. i, ~text 15). 28 1, 50 | species of sensible things. Aristotle, ~however, rejects this 29 1, 50 | sensible things. Nevertheless Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43) 30 1, 50 | movements or bodies, as ~Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43); 31 1, 50 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This is Aristotle's argument (Metaph. xii, 32 1, 50 | means to the ~end. Hence Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, text 33 1, 52 | in a place." And again, Aristotle observes (Phys. iv, ~text 34 1, 53 | First of all, because Aristotle's demonstration deals with 35 1, 53 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, because Aristotle's demonstration deals with 36 1, 53 | movement is not ~continuous, Aristotle's demonstration does not 37 1, 54 | action; as is evident from Aristotle (De Anima iii) and from 38 1, 57 | intellect, does not know. Hence Aristotle pronounces it ~ridiculous 39 1, 58 | from ~many experiences," as Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. 40 1, 62 | beatitude or happiness. ~Hence Aristotle (Ethic. x) says that man' 41 1, 65 | into being. Whereas, as Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27, 42 1, 66 | place" [*Timaeus, quoted by Aristotle, Phys. ~iv, text. 15]. But 43 1, 66 | Plato and all who preceded Aristotle held that all bodies are ~ 44 1, 66 | together." But this theory ~Aristotle (De Caelo i, text. 5) disproves 45 1, 66 | being, but only to place, as Aristotle [*De Coelo i, text. 20] 46 1, 66 | burning of flame, and not as Aristotle ~understands it, swiftness 47 1, 67 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Aristotle pronounces light to be fire 48 1, 67 | the ~instances adduced by Aristotle in his works on logic, as 49 1, 68 | This is the opinion of Aristotle (De Coel. ~i, text. 6,32).~ 50 1, 68 | second day is the opinion of Aristotle, ~seeing that the mention 51 1, 68 | different from that given by Aristotle, that is to say, that the ~ 52 1, 70 | there. In the opinion of Aristotle, however, the stars ~are 53 1, 70 | which he ~moves. Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 42,43), 54 1, 75 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Aristotle wrote those words as expressing 55 1, 75 | animals are subsistent. But ~Aristotle held that of the operations 56 1, 75 | Thomas's Commentary on Aristotle has, "statim per se ~unum 57 1, 76 | the demonstration ~used by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2).~Aquin.: 58 1, 76 | sensitive faculty, from ~which Aristotle proceeds to consider things 59 1, 76 | explanation than that given by ~Aristotle - namely, that this particular 60 1, 76 | all other animals. Whence Aristotle concludes (Ethic. x, 7) 61 1, 76 | according to the ~opinion of Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), it is 62 1, 76 | according to the opinion of Aristotle, between the ~sense and 63 1, 76 | Which opinion is rejected by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), with regard 64 1, 76 | not ~absolutely one. Thus Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. 65 1, 76 | degrees. For this reason Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 66 1, 76 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Aristotle does not say that the soul 67 1, 38 | unreturnable ~giving, as Aristotle says (Topic. iv, 4) - i.e. 68 1, 45 | come before multitude; ~and Aristotle said (Metaph. ii, text 4) 69 1, 45 | conclusions. And therefore Aristotle says (Metaph. v, text 6), ~ 70 1, 45 | The zodiac], according to Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, 71 1, 45 | must be most perfect, as Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, ~text 72 1, 47 | Body Para. 2/2~Nor are Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, 73 1, 47 | reason which is given by Aristotle (De Coelo i, text 120) ~ 74 1, 47 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Aristotle (Phys. i, text 82) proves 75 1, 47 | a body, as appears from Aristotle (Phys. iv, text 60). Whereas 76 1, 47 | that this reason, which Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid 77 1, 47 | time and movement. Hence ~Aristotle brings forward this reason ( 78 1, 47 | which are the arguments of Aristotle (De ~Coelo i), who held 79 1, 47 | advance and decay. Hence Aristotle says (Meteor. i), ~that 80 1, 48 | unity ~of order in things Aristotle infers (Metaph. xii, text 81 1, 49 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Aristotle speaks there according to 82 1, 49 | genus of good and evil. For ~Aristotle, especially in his logical 83 1, 51 | substance is indivisible, as Aristotle says (Phys. i, text 15). 84 1, 51 | species of sensible things. Aristotle, ~however, rejects this 85 1, 51 | sensible things. Nevertheless Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43) 86 1, 51 | movements or bodies, as ~Aristotle held (Metaph. xi, text 43); 87 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This is Aristotle's argument (Metaph. xii, 88 1, 51 | means to the ~end. Hence Aristotle says (Metaph. xii, text 89 1, 53 | in a place." And again, Aristotle observes (Phys. iv, ~text 90 1, 54 | First of all, because Aristotle's demonstration deals with 91 1, 54 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, because Aristotle's demonstration deals with 92 1, 54 | movement is not ~continuous, Aristotle's demonstration does not 93 1, 55 | action; as is evident from Aristotle (De Anima iii) and from 94 1, 58 | intellect, does not know. Hence Aristotle pronounces it ~ridiculous 95 1, 59 | from ~many experiences," as Aristotle observes (Poster. ii; Metaph. 96 1, 63 | beatitude or happiness. ~Hence Aristotle (Ethic. x) says that man' 97 1, 66 | into being. Whereas, as Aristotle (Metaph. vii, text. 26,27, 98 1, 67 | place" [*Timaeus, quoted by Aristotle, Phys. ~iv, text. 15]. But 99 1, 67 | Plato and all who preceded Aristotle held that all bodies are ~ 100 1, 67 | together." But this theory ~Aristotle (De Caelo i, text. 5) disproves 101 1, 67 | being, but only to place, as Aristotle [*De Coelo i, text. 20] 102 1, 67 | burning of flame, and not as Aristotle ~understands it, swiftness 103 1, 68 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Aristotle pronounces light to be fire 104 1, 68 | the ~instances adduced by Aristotle in his works on logic, as 105 1, 69 | This is the opinion of Aristotle (De Coel. ~i, text. 6,32).~ 106 1, 69 | second day is the opinion of Aristotle, ~seeing that the mention 107 1, 69 | different from that given by Aristotle, that is to say, that the ~ 108 1, 71 | there. In the opinion of Aristotle, however, the stars ~are 109 1, 71 | which he ~moves. Wherefore Aristotle (Phys. viii, text. 42,43), 110 1, 74 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Aristotle wrote those words as expressing 111 1, 74 | animals are subsistent. But ~Aristotle held that of the operations 112 1, 74 | Thomas's Commentary on Aristotle has, "statim per se ~unum 113 1, 75 | the demonstration ~used by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2).~Aquin.: 114 1, 75 | sensitive faculty, from ~which Aristotle proceeds to consider things 115 1, 75 | explanation than that given by ~Aristotle - namely, that this particular 116 1, 75 | all other animals. Whence Aristotle concludes (Ethic. x, 7) 117 1, 75 | according to the ~opinion of Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), it is 118 1, 75 | according to the opinion of Aristotle, between the ~sense and 119 1, 75 | Which opinion is rejected by Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), with regard 120 1, 75 | not ~absolutely one. Thus Aristotle argues, Metaph. viii (Did. 121 1, 75 | degrees. For this reason Aristotle, Metaph. viii (Did. ~vii, 122 1, 75 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Aristotle does not say that the soul 123 1, 78 | Gen. ad lit. xii, 16) and Aristotle (De Anima iii, 5) says. 124 1, 78 | and which for this ~reason Aristotle calls the "possible" intellect ( 125 1, 78 | species of ~things. But since Aristotle did not allow that forms 126 1, 78 | And according to this, Aristotle's comparison of the active ~ 127 1, 78 | the soul. For this reason Aristotle (De ~Anima iii, 5) compared 128 1, 78 | active intellect, which Aristotle compares to light.~Aquin.: 129 1, 78 | opposed to the teaching of Aristotle. For he ~says (De Anima 130 1, 81 | namely, God - as also Aristotle says (Eth. Eudemic. vii, 131 1, 82 | judgment of counsel. Therefore Aristotle (Ethic. vi, 2) leaves ~it 132 1, 83 | and the like; thus does Aristotle argue ~against Empedocles ( 133 1, 83 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Aristotle did not hold that the soul 134 1, 83 | understanding. For this reason Aristotle (De Anima iii, ~4) held 135 1, 83 | subsist without matter, as Aristotle proves in many ways ~(Metaph. 136 1, 83 | Dioscorus (cxviii, 4). And Aristotle says (De Somn. et Vigil.) ~ 137 1, 83 | intellect and sense, as ~Aristotle relates (De Anima iii, 3). 138 1, 83 | 84] A[6] Body Para. 3/4~Aristotle chose a middle course. For 139 1, 83 | effect in the "composite," Aristotle agreed with ~Democritus 140 1, 83 | from ~De Gener. i, 8. But Aristotle held that the intellect 141 1, 83 | intellectual operation according to Aristotle, the impression caused ~ 142 1, 83 | uses the same argument as Aristotle does ~in proving that the 143 1, 83 | according to the ~opinion of Aristotle, that the action of the 144 1, 84 | whatever seems, is true" [*Aristotle, Metaph. iii. 5], ~and that 145 1, 84 | the earth, according to ~Aristotle (De Anima iii, 8), who says " 146 1, 84 | according to the opinion of ~Aristotle, is neither a principle 147 1, 87 | 1] Body Para. 2/7~But in Aristotle's opinion, which experience 148 1, 87 | speculative sciences. Hence Aristotle clearly ~places the ultimate 149 1, 87 | by way of ~negation. Thus Aristotle (De Coel. i, 3) explains 150 1, 88 | we act pleasurably. (Cf. Aristotle, Ethic. v, 8: Magn. ~Moral. 151 1, 90 | Wherefore ~the hand is called by Aristotle (De Anima iii, 8), "the 152 1, 93 | we are; and our soul, as Aristotle says (De Anima iii, 4), 153 1, 101 | that position. However, Aristotle distinctly says (Meteor. ~ 154 1, 102 | Nat. Deorum ii), quoting Aristotle [*Cleanthes]. Secondly, 155 1, 109 | according to the opinion of Aristotle ~who laid down (Metaph. 156 1, 109 | over different bodies. But ~Aristotle held that immaterial substances 157 1, 110 | spirits and humors. Hence Aristotle says (De ~Somn. et Vigil.) [* 158 1, 114 | opinion is disproved by Aristotle (De Gener. i, 8,9). For 159 1, 114 | the parts of the body," as Aristotle says [*De Part. Animal. 160 1, 114 | This opinion is refuted by Aristotle (Metaph. vi, Did. v, ~3) 161 1, 116 | intelligible (species), as Aristotle says ~(De Anima iii, 4).~ 162 1, 116 | look of a "menstruata," as Aristotle says (De Somn. et ~Vigil.; [* 163 1, 118 | contrary to the mind of Aristotle. For he says there, that " 164 2, 3 | possessing the perfect good. But Aristotle expressed the ~very essence 165 2, 6 | Fide Orth. ii, ~24), and Aristotle (Ethic. iii, 1) declare. 166 2, 6 | according to the definitions of Aristotle, Gregory of Nyssa, and ~ 167 2, 7 | and "when" he did it. But Aristotle in Ethic. iii, 1 adds yet ~ 168 2, 9 | potentiality, as such" ~[*Aristotle, Phys. iii, 1]. Now the 169 2, 9 | is ~outside the agent" [*Aristotle, Ethic. iii, 1]. Therefore 170 2, 9 | some exterior ~mover, as Aristotle concludes in a chapter of 171 2, 9 | or will. ~For this reason Aristotle (De Anima iii, 3) ascribed 172 2, 10 | which is ~in potentiality" (Aristotle, Phys. iii, 1). Wherefore 173 2, 17 | called a "little world" [*Aristotle, Phys. viii. ~2], because 174 2, 17 | reason. This is stated by Aristotle (De Causis Mot. Animal.) 175 2, 36 | pleasure, and division [*Aristotle ~wrote {endeian}, 'want'; 176 2, 49 | keeping with the intention of Aristotle: ~for in order to confirm 177 2, 50 | alone. And he held that Aristotle mentions ~health and sickness 178 2, 50 | contrary to the ~intention of Aristotle: both because he speaks 179 2, 50 | species of quality; whereas Aristotle puts heat in the third.~ 180 2, 50 | contrary to the mind of ~Aristotle. For it is manifest that 181 2, 51 | other is the intellect which Aristotle (De Anima ~iii, text. 20) 182 2, 52 | less, but the ~just thing. Aristotle alludes to this opinion 183 2, 52 | explanation is given by Aristotle in the Predicaments ~(Categor. 184 2, 58 | joined with right reason," as Aristotle declares (Ethic. vi, 13).~ 185 2, 59 | Peripatetics, who were founded by Aristotle, as Augustine says (De Civ. ~ 186 2, 59 | subordinate to reason. Hence Aristotle says (Ethic. ii, 3) that " 187 2, 60 | belongs to a virtue which Aristotle (Ethic. ~ii, 7) calls "friendship" [*{ 188 2, 60 | evident that, according to Aristotle, there are ten ~moral virtues 189 2, 65 | and it is in this way that Aristotle assigns the reason for ~ 190 2, 66 | for one who is in want" [*Aristotle, Topic. iii.]. Now ~to consider 191 2, 67 | contrary to the mind of Aristotle, who states (De ~Anima iii, 192 2, 46 | docility" and "caution." Aristotle says (Ethic. vi, ~9,10,11) 193 2, 46 | shrewdness" mentioned by Aristotle. For the ~"sense" of prudence 194 2, 47 | Otherwise intuition; ~Aristotle's word is {nous}]~Aquin.: 195 2, 60 | and 'minus' for 'less.' Aristotle ~merely says that to have 196 2, 78 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, Aristotle (Ethic. v, 10) mentions { 197 2, 78 | virtues are sciences') ~[*Aristotle, Ethic. vi, 13]: and "holiness" 198 2, 93 | sense, with which position Aristotle ~reproaches (De Anima iii, 199 2, 116 | The vices mentioned by Aristotle are species rather than ~ 200 2, 121 | the ~Peripatetics, of whom Aristotle was the chief, ascribed 201 2, 121 | aimed by him directly at ~Aristotle.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 202 2, 123 | e.g. ~The Philosopher for Aristotle: and so timidity, which 203 2, 126 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, Aristotle (Ethic. iii) reckons five 204 2, 126 | 7: The five mentioned by Aristotle fall short of the true ~ 205 2, 127 | substitute magnanimity, of which Aristotle ~treats. Accordingly we 206 2, 127 | dignity of a wise man." And Aristotle says ~(Ethic. iv, 3) that " 207 2, 139 | e.g. ~The Philosopher for Aristotle]. Accordingly the word " 208 2, 140 | faults." [*{Akolasia} which Aristotle ~refers to {kolazo} to punish, 209 2, 148 | than one." In this, as ~Aristotle observes (Polit. ii, 9), " 210 2, 152 | 154] A[9] Body Para. 4/4~Aristotle adds another reason (2 Polit. 211 2, 154 | though they were not" [*Aristotle, Phys. ii, 5] the ~Philosopher 212 2, 155 | desire of vengeance" [*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, 2]. Since, ~then, 213 2, 156 | desire for vengeance" [*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, ~2] according 214 2, 156 | nothing ~without purpose" [*Aristotle, De Coelo i, 4].~Aquin.: 215 2, 158 | spoken ~above (Q[143]); while Aristotle (Ethic. ii, 7) assigned { 216 2, 164 | 9). [*In the same sense Aristotle says in ~Ethic. iii, 2, 217 2, 170 | not fail in necessaries" [*Aristotle, de Anima iii, 9]. Therefore 218 2, 170 | according to the opinion of Aristotle, ~that the soul acquires 219 2, 181 | species and differences" [*Aristotle, Categ. ii]. Now this ~difference 220 2, 186 | idea of a perfect thing [*Aristotle, Phys. iii, ~6]. Wherefore 221 2, 187 | wholly to his master" [*Aristotle, Polit. i, 2]. On the other ~ 222 3, 18 | seems to be only one" (Aristotle, Topic. iii); thus a surface 223 3, 34 | which is by ~another" [*Aristotle, Phys. viii]. Since, therefore, 224 3, 39 | nature of the extremes" (Aristotle, ~De Partib. Animal.). Since, 225 3, 46 | soul of a wise man; and Aristotle ~(Ethic. ii) holds that 226 3, 55 | manifest the truth; thus also Aristotle ~occasionally uses the term 227 3, 57 | lies in Christ. So when Aristotle proves (De Coelo ii) ~that 228 3, 59 | law and "living justice" [*Aristotle, Ethic. v]. ~Hence Augustine 229 3, 76 | parts of the human ~body, as Aristotle proves (De Anima Histor. 230 3, 77 | first differences of matter (Aristotle, ~Metaph. iv). And because 231 3, 77 | quantity having position" (Aristotle, Categor. ~iv), and therefore 232 3, 77 | being into non-being" ~(Aristotle, Phys. v). Now it has been 233 Suppl, 13| the Pythagoreans ~said [*Aristotle, Ethic. v, 5; Cf. SS, Q[ 234 Suppl, 65| quarrel with one another" ~[*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, 4], and in like 235 Suppl, 72| which moves all ~things (cf. Aristotle, Phys. viii, 9). Therefore 236 Suppl, 79| in loss of substance" [*Aristotle, Topic. vi, 1]. Now ~the 237 Suppl, 79| half-life. ~[*This is what Aristotle says: "The good and the 238 Suppl, 94| prison-house of Jupiter as Aristotle relates (De Coelo et ~Mundo


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