- adj. being three more than forty
“Ghost are logically and ontologically connected in the same way as the son and Father [St. Basil, Ep. cxxv; Ep. xxxviii (alias xliii) ad Gregor. fratrem; "Adv. Eunom.",”
“Divine transformation and, 6, xliii explanation of financial conditions, 165–166”
“Divine love and, xliii emptiness condition and, 38”
“If you want to know if a pear is sweet, taste it, xliii, 137”
“He “began to put more emphasis on the utter gratuity of grace and began to see fides [faith] less as intellectual assent and more as trust in God” (O'Malley, CWE 66: xliii; also xxvii).”
“One of the most perceptive modern students of Erasmus 'thought (John W. O'Malley, in CW. 66: xliii) observes that the Platonic references most probably reflect his enthusiasm not for Plato himself but for the allegorical interpretation of Scripture presented by the patristic author Origen, who was indeed influenced by Plato and had studied with the first major figure of Alexandrian Neoplatonism, Ammonius Saccas.”
“When the mind conceives itself and its power of activity, it feels pleasure (III. liii.): now the mind necessarily contemplates itself, when it conceives a true or adequate idea (II. xliii.).”
“For by certainty we mean something positive (II.xliii. and note), not merely the absence of doubt.”
“(IV. xxiv.): now he, that acts under the guidance of reason, must necessarily know that he so acts (II. xliii.).”
“But hatred is increased by being reciprocated, and can be quenched by love (III. xliii.), so that hatred may pass into love (III. xliv.); therefore he who lives under the guidance of reason will endeavour to repay hatred with love, that is, with kindness.”
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