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  • Chalcidian concursus causarum, which is accompanied by the least amount of mind or reason.

    FORTUNE, FATE, AND CHANCE

  • Thomae Bradwardini Archiepiscopi olim cantuariensis, de causa Dei, contra Pelagium, et de virtute causarum, ad suos M.rtonenses, libri tres, Londini, ex officina Nortoniana, apud Ioannem Billium, M. DC.XVIII.

    Nicole Oresme

  • The necessity is not universal, however, but finds its limits in the contingency and in the free will which exists in the sublunar world (De necessitate et contingentia causarum; Van Steenberghen 1991, 346).

    Influence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on the Latin West

  • Regina causarum et arbitra rerum, nunc erectas cervices opprimit, &c. 6734.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Other short philosophical works are On Potency and Act (De potentia et actu), On the Halt of Causes (De statu causarum), On the Subsistence of a Thing (De subsistentia rei), and On the Truth of the Proposition (De veritate propositionis).

    Robert Grosseteste

  • Seneca emphasizes that God (˜Jupiter™) can be referred to by many names: fate, the cause of causes (causa causarum), providence, nature, universe (NQ 2.45.2). (iv) Seneca agrees with the orthodox Stoic view that God is corporeal.

    Seneca

  • Unam mere naturalem, quae proinde nulla ratione potuit esse aliter in Deo, per quam omnia ea cognovit ad quae divina potentia sive immediate sive interventu causarum secundarum sese extendit....

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  • Status inquit Doletus est vel corporis, vel causarum vel ordinis et conditionis.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • The concursus causarum is brought under human control.

    FORTUNE, FATE, AND CHANCE

  • His final definition of Fortune, and one which recurs frequently in scholastic philoso - phy is (Ch. 159): Concursus simul cadentium causarum duarum, originem ex proposito trahentium, ex quo con - curso provenit aliquid praeter spem cum admiratione

    FORTUNE, FATE, AND CHANCE

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