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003 - Moral Theology I

"Bonum ex integra causa, malum ex quocumque defectu" ("The good is from the ordered and complete set of perfected causes, whereas from any defect whatsoever evil ensues.")

An Interpretation of Plato’s Symposium

The Platonic Concept of Love: The Symposium by Dr. David Naugle Pondus meum amor meus; eo feror quocumque feror. St. Augustine, Confessions, 13. 9.

Illinois classical studies: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/10684

It would appear that it is a hopeless situation, since the presence of Catilinarianevil exists everywhere {quocumque in populo videas, quocumque sub axe 42).

The Communion Fast: A Reconsideration

... be satisfied with virtually no advertence on the part of its subjects, the current law might be a disincentive to the faithful in regard to augmenting their disposition 5 1983 CIC 919. § 1: "Sanctissimam Eucharistiam recepturus per spatium saltem unius horae ante sacram communionem abstineat a quocumque ...

The "Q" Words

... a certain quidem adv. indeed, in fact quin adv. why not?; conj. so that not quinque , five quippe adv. of course, naturally; conj. since, for quisque, quaeque, quidque pron. each, all quisque, quaeque, quodque adj. each, all quo adv. to what place? where? quoad adv. how far, to what extent; conj. as long as; until quocumque ...

In a beautiful observation attributed to St

In a beautiful observation attributed to St. Ambrose, it is said: "Every truth, by whomever it is expressed, comes from the Holy Spirit" [ omne verum, a quocumque dicatur, a Spiritu Sancto est ].

Declension Endings Compared

... quôcumque quâcumque quôcumque ûllî ûllae ûlla solî solae sola neutrî neutrae neutra quîcumque quaecumque quaecumque ûllôrumûllârumûllôrumsolôrumsolârumsolôrumneutrôrumneutrârumneutrôrumquôrumcumquequârumcumquequôrumcumque ûllîs ûllîs ûllîs solîs solîs solîs neutrîs ...

Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 5:6, 92-106

... perfectly plausible from the grammatical point of view, because it expresses an important tenet of Stoicism: the wise must accept, and thus obey, fate, with a voluntary adhesion, in virtue, not against his will ( fac nollem, comitabor gemens ), in vice: Duc o parens celsique dominator poli / quocumque ...

Lecture #18: St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiæ

The Dionysian Principle •"An act (or thing) is good only if it is good in all respects; it is bad if it is bad in any respect." - Bonum ex integra causa; malum ex quocumque defectu.


Et quocumque essent aut quacumque forma aut quacumque plebe aut quacumque regione non cognouerunt, sed illos uiros side aut deorum terrenorum aut fantassiam estimauerunt 'And they did not know whence they were or of what shape or from what people or from what region, but thought they were men of the ...