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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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reason

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1 1intro| be proved and known. What reason is there, I pray, why any 2 2 | given to man perception and reason, that it might be evident 3 2 | Himself is perception and reason. Since He did not give that 4 2 | did not give that power of reason to the other animals, He 5 2 | the race. But He made man--reason being granted to him, and 6 2 | talent, and clothed by his reason. But it cannot be expressed 7 3 | growth or safety, since reason bestows the things which 8 3 | of theirs unattended with reason. But, in truth, prudent 9 3 | prudent men neither desire the reason of man together with frailty, 10 3 | the dumb animals without reason. Therefore it is nothing 11 3 | contradictory, that either reason or the condition of nature 12 3 | with natural protection, reason is superfluous. For what 13 3 | able to be the result of reason? But if it be endued with 14 3 | But if it be endued with reason, what need will there be 15 3 | defences for the body, when reason once granted is able to 16 3 | Thus it comes to pass that reason bestows more on man than 17 4 | was foreseen with great reason, that he might be able to 18 4 | therefore, that the whole reason of man centres most of all 19 4 | be taken away from man, reason also, and wisdom, must necessarily 20 7 | weak. But where there is reason and the hand, that is not 21 8 | food. And thus the right reason and elevated position of 22 9 | double. Wherefore, if the reason is evident why the eyes 23 10 | hands, the ministers of reason and wisdom? Which the most 24 10 | them to the earth. For this reason He gave them a narrow breast, 25 10 | because, being full of reason given from heaven, it was 26 11 | into a swelling. And the reason of this arrangement is not 27 15 | and comprehended by the reason. But we shall devote an 28 16 | employed in so great a light of reason and intelligence; then that 29 16 | which governs the whole by reason,: just as the Lord Himself, 30 16 | comprehend what power of reason effects, that that incomprehensible 31 19 | is the power, great the reason, great the mysterious purpose 32 20 | wish to live for no other reason than that I may effect something


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