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Giorgione
   painted   
The Three Philosophers
C. 1509, oil on canvas, Kunsthistorische Museum, Vienna
Locke, Mill, Berkeley, Hume
   are all   
Philosophers from England
St Catherine of Alexandria
   is patron saint of   
Philosophers
Ca. 287- ca. 305, martyred; one of Joan of Arc's "voices"
Book I, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Testimonies of Poets and Philosophers
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book III, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
A Comparison of the Truth With Eloquence: Why the Philosophers Did Not Attain to It. Of the Simple Style of the Scriptures
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
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. XVI.
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That the Philosophers Who Give Good Instructions Live Badly, by the Testimony of Cicero
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
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
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book VI, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Law and Precept of God; of Mercy, and the Error of the Philosophers
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
The Epitome, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Testimonies of the Philosophers to the Unity of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XL.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Foolishness of the Philosophers
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
Elucidations, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul, and the Opinion of Philosophers Concerning It
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
A New Sect of Philosophers Despising Death, Gold, Honors and Riches
   is found in   
Century III, Quatrain No.67
A new sect of Philosophers Despising death, gold, honors and riches Will not be bordering upon the German mountains: To follow them they will have power and crowds.
Peter Paul Rubens
   painted   
The Four Philosophers
1611/12, oil on canvas; Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina, Florence
The Epitome, Chap. XXXIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Various Philosophers, and of the Antipodes
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Sects of Philosophers, and Their Disagreement
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
"But Always in Our Ears Ring the Ominous Words of Plato, That Wisest of All Philosophers: 'Only the Dead Have Seen the End of War.'"
   is an extract from the   
Sylvanus Thayer Award Acceptance Address (1962)
General Douglas MacArthur - "Duty, Honor, Country". Delivered May 12, 1962 - West Point, NY.
The Epitome, Chap. XXXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Philosophers,—namely, Epicurus and Pythagoras
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
Book VII, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Variety of Philosophers, and Their Truth
Book VII - Processes
Book VI, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Errors of Philosophers, and the Variableness of Law
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VII, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Error of the Philosophers, and of the Divine Wisdom, and of the Golden Age
Book VII - Processes
Book III, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
He Passes from Philosophy to the Philosophers, Beginning With Epicurus
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Errors of Certain Philosophers, and of the Sun and Moon
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church






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