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Hayduck, p. 147, ll. 15–27. 37 In lib. Metaphys, II, t. 4, fol. 30ra. 38 In 12 lib. Metaphys. II, c. 1, l. 2, Cathala nos. 292–3. 39 Cf. DM 29, s. 2, vol. 26, pp. ” In this context, Suárez is reasoning from the world as effect to God as its cause. 40 DM 12, s. 3, vol. 25, pp. 388–393, where Suárez asks how many kinds of cause there are. 41 Cf. DM 13, 1, n. 4, vol. 25, p. 396. ” 42 Cf. DM 15, 11, nn. 19–28, vol. 25, pp. 563–66. 43 Instead, see DM 15, 11, nn. 19–28, vol. 25, pp. 563–66. 44 Cf. DM 5, 2, vol.

DM 44, vol. 26, pp. ” Cf. 993b24–5. 23 Cf. ibid. 24 That is the fourth argument of the famous “5 ways” to prove the existence of God. For this, cf. C. De Propaganda Fide, 1888), p. 32a. , q. 44, a. 1, tom. IV, p. 455b. 26 Cf. Opera omnia, tomus decimus tertius (Romae: Typis Riccardi Garroni, 1918), pp. 33b–34a. 27 Cf. In Summam Theologiam I, 2, 3, n. VII, in: S. Thomae Aquinatis, Omnia opera, tom. IV, p. , 44, 1, n. VIII, pp. 456b–57a. 28 Cf. In Summam contra Gentiles, I, c. 13, XXII–XXIII, in S.

V/ by theologians in the beginning of their teaching on the Grace of God. But Aristotle proposes it here in the beginning of this chapter and answers it in a way which is sufficiently in harmony with Catholic doctrine. ”5 That is to say—as St. Thomas6 and Averroes7 explain it—who will not easily reach the principles, which are to be found like the door or the gate to truth? Or, as Alexander [of Aphrodisias] explains it,8 who will not reach at least those things which are easy? For just as a javelin thrower (jaculator),9 if the whole door is proposed as his target, does not miss, because of how easy it is to reach it, so we can reach some Metaphysics Book II 39 truths which are easy, but not all truth.

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