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    Part, Question
1 2, 23 | thus the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 3) that "calm is contrary ~ 2 2, 26 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4), "to love is to ~ 3 2, 27 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "we love those ~ 4 2, 27 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "we love those ~ 5 2, 28 | says (Ethic. ix, 3 ~and Rhet. ii, 4). Consequently in 6 2, 29 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "men love those ~ 7 2, 29 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "anger is ~ 8 2, 29 | reason the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "anger is always 9 2, 30 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11), "concupiscence 10 2, 30 | the Philosopher ~declares (Rhet. i, 11). Therefore concupiscence 11 2, 30 | Hence the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. i, 11) that the former 12 2, 30 | Philosopher calls "irrational" (Rhet. i, 11); or by apprehension 13 2, 30 | Philosopher calls "rational" ~(Rhet. i, 11).~Aquin.: SMT FS 14 2, 31 | according to the ~Philosopher (Rhet. i, 11) "delight is a certain 15 2, 31 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11). But all movement 16 2, 31 | Because the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11) that "delight is 17 2, 31 | as the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11). But "of all the 18 2, 32 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11), "pleasure consists ~ 19 2, 32 | are objects of pleasure (Rhet. i, 11). Therefore operation 20 2, 32 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11). Therefore movement 21 2, 32 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11). Therefore doing ~ 22 2, 32 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11) that wonder is the ~ 23 2, 35 | since the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "the brave 24 2, 35 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 9,11). ~But these are 25 2, 36 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 11). ~Therefore desire 26 2, 40 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 13) that "the old are ~ 27 2, 40 | impossible. Hence he adds ~(Rhet. ii, 13) that "many evils 28 2, 40 | men ~are hopeful": and (Rhet. ii, 12) that "the young 29 2, 40 | the ~Philosopher states in Rhet. ii, 12: and these three 30 2, 41 | since the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "fear is a 31 2, 41 | wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that ~fear arises " 32 2, 41 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5), there is a fear 33 2, 41 | as the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. ii, 5), "fear regards a 34 2, 42 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "power and 35 2, 42 | For ~the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "fear makes 36 2, 42 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5), fear is caused 37 2, 42 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5), ~whatever removes 38 2, 42 | as the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. ii, 5), "we do not fear 39 2, 42 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "those who 40 2, 42 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "not all evils ~ 41 2, 42 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "those are ~ 42 2, 42 | as the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. ii, 5). Therefore those 43 2, 42 | contrary, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "those things ~ 44 2, 43 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "those are ~ 45 2, 43 | do not fear as stated in Rhet. ii, 5. Therefore ~defect 46 2, 43 | who contend with them" (Rhet. ii, 5). Therefore ~defect 47 2, 43 | power drive fear away" (Rhet. ii, ~5). Therefore fear 48 2, 44 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "fear makes 49 2, 44 | as the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5), "no man takes counsel 50 2, 45 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "daring is ~ 51 2, 45 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5). Therefore daring ~ 52 2, 45 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "those who 53 2, 45 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that the cause of ~ 54 2, 45 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5). Fear ~is banished, 55 2, 45 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) "those who have 56 2, 45 | for the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "anger makes ~ 57 2, 46 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 2). Therefore anger 58 2, 46 | as the Philosopher ~says (Rhet. ii, 2), "the angry man 59 2, 46 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2). But the object 60 2, 46 | the ~Philosopher observes (Rhet. ii, 2). It is therefore 61 2, 46 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 3). Therefore ~anger 62 2, 46 | as the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4). Therefore, anger 63 2, 46 | Wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhet. ~ii, 4) that "the angry 64 2, 46 | the Philosopher observes (Rhet. ii, 4).~Aquin.: SMT FS 65 2, 46 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ~ii, 4) that "hatred is 66 2, 46 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 4). Therefore properly ~ 67 2, 46 | gathered from the Philosopher (Rhet. ii, ~2,3).~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 46 | according to the Philosopher ~(Rhet. ii, 3), "it is impossible 69 2, 46 | OBJ 3: The Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 4) assigns as one difference ~ 70 2, 47 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2) man is angry ~especially 71 2, 47 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that "anger is ~ 72 2, 47 | Further, the Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 2) gives many other 73 2, 47 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2) that anger is "a ~ 74 2, 47 | three kinds, as stated in Rhet. ii, 2, viz. "contempt," " 75 2, 47 | Wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, ~3) that "men are not 76 2, 47 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 3) that "we are either 77 2, 47 | are not worth much ado" (Rhet. ~ii, 2). Now we seek for 78 2, 47 | For the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2) that ~"some are 79 2, 47 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2) that "some are very ~ 80 2, 47 | But the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 3) that "men are not 81 2, 47 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 9) that excellence ~ 82 2, 47 | For the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 3) that ~"we are not 83 2, 47 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2) that "the rich man ~ 84 2, 48 | hinders anger as stated in Rhet. ii, 3. Therefore ~pleasure 85 2, 48 | for the Philosopher says (Rhet. ~ii, 3) that "time puts 86 2, 48 | as the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 3). Therefore anger 87 2, 48 | for the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 2) that "men are more 88 2, 57 | Further, Cicero (De Invent. Rhet. iii) mentions three other 89 2, 58 | Cicero says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "virtue is a ~ 90 2, 58 | Cicero says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) is "a habit ~like a 91 2, 61 | these four (De ~Invent. Rhet. ii).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] 92 2, 66 | Hence the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. 1) that "those virtues 93 2, 71 | For Cicero says (De Inv. Rhet. ii) ~that "virtue is a 94 2, 91 | his Rhetoric (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "justice has its 95 2, 95 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 1), "it is better that ~ 96 2, 95 | the contrary, Tully says (Rhet. ii): "Things which emanated 97 2, 1 | sentence, for Tully says (Rhet. iv) that an article is ~ 98 2, 18 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 5), "we fear those ~ 99 2, 19 | According to the Philosopher (Rhet. i, 11), just as hope ~gives 100 2, 25 | the ~Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 4). Now to all our 101 2, 26 | For the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 4) that ~"to love is 102 2, 28 | Now the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 8) that "harshness 103 2, 28 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 8). Therefore ~evil, 104 2, 28 | wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 8) that ~"pity is sorrow 105 2, 28 | wherefore the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, ~8) that evil excites 106 2, 28 | wherefore the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 8) that "we pity most 107 2, 28 | for ~the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 8) that "those who 108 2, 28 | But the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 8) that "those who 109 2, 28 | Hence the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 8) that men pity such 110 2, 28 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 9), and yet it ~is 111 2, 28 | a praiseworthy passion (Rhet. ii, 9). Therefore mercy 112 2, 28 | disposition of character" ~(Rhet. ii, 9). Properly speaking, 113 2, 28 | from the same character" (Rhet. ii, 9). Now ~the Philosopher 114 2, 32 | the ~Philosopher states (Rhet. ii). Therefore hatred does 115 2, 34 | for the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. ii, 10): "Men are envious 116 2, 34 | according to the ~Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 10). Therefore envy 117 2, 34 | for the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 10) that "we envy those 118 2, 34 | the Philosopher ~states (Rhet. ii, 9).~Aquin.: SMT SS 119 2, 34 | the Philosopher remarks ~(Rhet. ii, 10).~Aquin.: SMT SS 120 2, 34 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii) that the ~old envy 121 2, 34 | as the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 9). And if this zeal 122 2, 34 | the Philosopher states (Rhet. ii, 10), because to ~do 123 2, 34 | according ~to the Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 9). Therefore envy 124 2, 34 | According to the Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 9), envy is ~contrary 125 2, 34 | for the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 10) that "those who 126 2, 36 | the rhetorical colors (De Rhet. ad Heren. iv), where he 127 2, 36 | praiseworthy, ~hence Tully says (De Rhet. ad Heren. iii) that "contention 128 2, 45 | Tully ~states (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53), "virtue is a habit 129 2, 46 | unfittingly. Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53) assigns three parts 130 2, 47 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53) places memory among 131 2, 47 | Rhetoric [*Ad Herenn. de Arte Rhet. iii, 16,24], memory not 132 2, 47 | Rhetoric [*Ad Herenn. de Arte Rhet. iii.] that "anxiety preserves 133 2, 47 | contrary, Tully [*De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53] accounts ~"intelligence" 134 2, 53 | the Philosopher states ~(Rhet. ii, 2,3) [*Cf. Ethic. vii, 135 2, 56 | Hence the Philosopher says ~(Rhet. i, 9): "The greatest virtues 136 2, 58 | As Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii), suspicion denotes ~ 137 2, 58 | wherefore the ~Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 13) that "old people 138 2, 63 | the Philosopher ~states (Rhet. ii). Hence when parents 139 2, 70 | According to the Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 4) "an angry man ~seeks 140 2, 71 | the Philosopher states ~(Rhet. ii, 2): wherefore backbiting 141 2, 79 | the contrary, Tully says (Rhet. ii, 53) that "religion 142 2, 81 | to the Godhead" [*Cicero, Rhet. ii, 53]. But prayer ~seems 143 2, 87 | according ~to Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53): and judgment is 144 2, 87 | Tully ~says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53). But he who swears 145 2, 99 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "it is by piety ~ 146 2, 99 | Hence Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "piety gives both 147 2, 99 | As Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii), "we offer homage and ~ 148 2, 99 | accounted by Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) as a ~part of justice.~ 149 2, 100 | Tully ~says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "it is by observance 150 2, 100 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons observance 151 2, 100 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "it is by ~observance 152 2, 101 | mentioned by Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ~ii), for the reason that 153 2, 104 | of justice ~(De Invent. Rhet. ii).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] 154 2, 106 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons it a part of ~ 155 2, 106 | Tully ~says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that by "vengeance 156 2, 107 | For Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that by ~"truth we 157 2, 107 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons truth among 158 2, 115 | The Philosopher also says (Rhet. i, 9) that "brave and just 159 2, 118 | according to Tully ~(De Invent. Rhet. ii), modesty is a part 160 2, 121 | dangers. Therefore Tully says (Rhet. ii), that ~"fortitude is 161 2, 121 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii), that it belongs to ~ 162 2, 121 | But Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that "fortitude is 163 2, 121 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii). Therefore fortitude 164 2, 121 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 19): "Those virtues 165 2, 121 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ~i, 9) that "just and brave 166 2, 126 | For Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) assigns four parts 167 2, 126 | according to Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) patience ~denotes endurance 168 2, 126 | which he says (De Invent. Rhet. ~ii) that "with this the 169 2, 127 | contrary, Tully (De Suv. Rhet. ii) seems to substitute 170 2, 127 | magnanimity by Tully (De Suv. ~Rhet. ii), but as an integral 171 2, 127 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5), "fear makes a man ~ 172 2, 130 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that glory is ~"consistent 173 2, 132 | Tully says (De Invent. ~Rhet. ii) that "magnificence 174 2, 132 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) and Macrobius (De Somn. ~ 175 2, 133 | As the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5), "fear makes us 176 2, 134 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons it a part of ~ 177 2, 134 | reason Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) in defining patience, 178 2, 135 | Tully says (De Invent. ~Rhet. ii) that "perseverance 179 2, 135 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons perseverance 180 2, 135 | according to Tully ~(De Invent. Rhet. ii) virtue acts after the 181 2, 136 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii) that pertinacity is 182 2, 139 | For Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) that "temperance 183 2, 139 | contrary, The Philosopher says (Rhet. i, 9) that the "greatest ~ 184 2, 141 | seem that Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) unbecomingly ~assigns 185 2, 142 | reason the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that such ~evils 186 2, 142 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that ~"a man is 187 2, 142 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 6) ~that "a man is 188 2, 142 | him. For it is stated in Rhet. ii, 6 that ~"men are more 189 2, 142 | sin, because according to Rhet. ii, 6, "a man ~does not 190 2, 142 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 6) that "men take more ~ 191 2, 142 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 6) that "men are most ~ 192 2, 142 | contrary, It is stated in Rhet. ii, 6 that "man is made 193 2, 142 | Further, the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 6) that "men are ashamed ~ 194 2, 143 | Tully ~says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53) that "the honest 195 2, 143 | Tully (De Offic. i, 5; Rhet. ii, 53) divides honesty ~ 196 2, 143 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 52) that "some things 197 2, 143 | sake" [*Cicero, De Invent. Rhet. ii, ~53]. But the beautiful 198 2, 143 | sake" ~[*Cicero, De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53]. Now pleasure is 199 2, 143 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 52): "There is a thing 200 2, 143 | according to Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53). Therefore honesty 201 2, 143 | according to the ~Philosopher (Rhet. i, 9). Therefore honesty 202 2, 149 | the Philosopher observes (Rhet. ii, 6). Consequently purity 203 2, 153 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54): "It is continence ~ 204 2, 153 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) and Andronicus [* 205 2, 155 | vengeance" [*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, 2]. Since, ~then, clemency " 206 2, 155 | Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) that "clemency 207 2, 155 | Tully ~also (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) reckons clemency 208 2, 156 | vengeance" [*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, ~2] according to a 209 2, 158 | contrary, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) reckons modesty 210 2, 158 | moreover, Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) ~considered that 211 2, 159 | understood by Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54), ~inasmuch as humility 212 2, 166 | wherefore Tully says (De Invent. Rhet. i, 17) that "when the audience 213 2, 184 | according to Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii, 53) is ~that "which 214 3, 15 | Hence the Philosopher says (Rhet. ii, 5) that we do not fear ~ 215 3, 85 | wherefore ~Tully says (De Inv. Rhet. ii) that one kind of justice 216 3, 88 | Further, Tully says (De Inv. Rhet. ii) that thanksgiving is 217 Suppl, 6 | as Tully states (De Inv. Rhet. ii), consequently ~the 218 Suppl, 41| for as Tully says (De Inv. Rhet.), "at the beginning men 219 Suppl, 65| one another" ~[*Aristotle, Rhet. ii, 4], and in like manner 220 Suppl, 65| Tully declares (De Inv. Rhet. ii), or ~weakens. Such 221 Suppl, 65| As Tully says (De Inv. Rhet. ii), "fear of the law and ~ 222 Suppl, 65| Tully defines it (De Inv. Rhet. ii) when he says: "Natural


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