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Book III, Chap. X


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Book III, Chap. XXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Learning Philosophy, and What Great Qualifications Are Necessary for Its Pursuit
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Book III, Chap. XXIX.
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Fortune Again, and Virtue
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Book III, Chap. XX.
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Socrates Had More Knowledge in Philosophy Than Other Men, Although in Many Things He Acted Foolishly
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Book III, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Precepts of Plato, and Censures of the Same
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Book III, Chap. XIX.
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Cicero and Others of the Wisest Men Teach the Immortality of the Soul, but in an Unbelieving Manner
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Book III, Chap. XIV.
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That Lucretius and Others Have Erred, and Cicero Himself, in Fixing the Origin of Wisdom
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Book III, Chap. XXX.
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The Conclusion of the Things Before Spoken Which Alone Are Virtue and Happiness
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Book III, Chap. XVIII.
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The Pythagoreans and Stoics, While They Hold the Immortality of the Soul, Foolishly Persuade a Voluntary Death
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Book III, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Immortality of the Soul, and of Wisdom, Philosophy, and Eloquence
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXIV.
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The Antipodes, the Heaven, and the Stars
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Book III, Chap. X.
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It is the Peculiar Property of Man to Know and Worship God
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Book III, Chap. XXVIII.
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Of True Religion and of Nature. Whether Fortune is a Goddess, and of Philosophy
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Book III, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Error of Seneca in Philosophy, and How the Speech of Philosophers is at Variance With Their Life
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religion, Wisdom, and the Chief Good
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Book III, Chap. XXVII.
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How Little the Precepts of Philosophers Contribute to True Wisdom, Which You Will Find in Religion Only
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Book III, Chap. XVI.
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That the Philosophers Who Give Good Instructions Live Badly, by the Testimony of Cicero
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Book III, Chap. XXVI.
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It is Divine Instruction Only Which Bestows Wisdom; and of What Efficacy the Law of God is
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Book III, Chap. XXI.
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The System of Plato, Which Would Lead to the Overthrow of States
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Book III, Chap. XII.
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The Twofold Conflict of Body and Soul; and of Desiring Virtue on Account of Eternal Life
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Book III, Chap. XVII.
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He Passes from Philosophy to the Philosophers, Beginning With Epicurus
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Book III, Chap. XXIII.
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The Errors of Certain Philosophers, and of the Sun and Moon
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