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"The reason why God has no name, or is said to be above being named, is because his essence is above all that we understand about God and signify in words." p. 98

"Thus, according to nouns, particles, and demonstrative pronouns are applicable to God, so far can He be signified by relative pronouns." p. 99

"For an act of virtue is nothing less than the good use of free choice." p. 561

"habit implies a disposition in relation to a thing's nature." p. 545

"To sin is nothing else than to fail in the good which belongs to any being according to its nature." p. 656

"Love is said the be highest not only with regard to the degree of love, but also with regard to the motive of loving, and the mode of love." p. 658

"The intention of the heart is called a cry to God, not because God is always the...

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