Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6 to Geoffrey Chaucer
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Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6 has 258 lines, and 16% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 72% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 12% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.33 strong matches and 9.32 weak matches.

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'Thus is it,' quod I. 'But so as thou hast yeven or bi-hight
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 58

'Thanne, so as that oon and that other,' quod she, 'desiren
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2387

Whan thou hast yeven thyn herte, as I
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the resouns covered with derknesses, I prey thee that thou devyse
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Knight's Tale: 558

To drugge and drawe, what so men wol devyse. [continues next]
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and iuge me of this matere, and that thou do me to understonden
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Knight's Tale: 559

[continues previous] And shortly of this matere for to seyn,
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me,' quod she, 'to telle thing that is grettest of alle thinges that
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Pardoner's Tale: 279

That alle the grettest that were of that lond,
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 5: 35

thinges that ben knowen to alle folk. And of the felonyes and [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou wost wel whennes that alle thinges [continues next]
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'Maystow nat telle me thanne,' quod she, 'what thing is a man?'
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elles? For it is nat to wene that thilke thing, that is most worthy
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of alle thinges, be feble and with-oute strengthe. And cleernesse
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yeven but o thing senglely of alle that men seken.' [continues next]
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we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben [continues next]
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I may concluden, by right verray resoun, that thilke that is
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biginning of alle thinges, thilke same thing is soverein good
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seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that [continues next]
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and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben [continues next]
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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to ryden, as the effect of his hele. Now thanne, sin that [continues next]
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alle thinges ben requered for the grace of good, they ne ben nat [continues next]
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wherby that they mowen ben put in the noumber of thinges that [continues next]
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thou mayst nat drede, by no manere, that alle the thinges [continues next]
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that ben anywhere, that they ne requeren naturelly the ferme [continues next]
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'But,' quod she, 'thilke thing that desireth to be and to
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And thilke thing, what-so-ever it be, by which that alle thinges [continues next]
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deceive thee; but I have shewed thee the thing that is grettest
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over alle thinges by the yift of god, that we whylom preyeden.
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by thy resouns, that they ne mowen ben overcomen. And [continues next]
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thilke thinges that thou toldest me, al-be-it so that I hadde [continues next]
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so as the governour of thinges is good, yif that yveles mowen ben [continues next]
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geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire, [continues next]
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the comune fyn of alle thinges that ben, they forleten also therwith-al [continues next]
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'Is ther any wight thanne,' quod she, 'that weneth that men [continues next]
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goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to [continues next]
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don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open [continues next]
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that alle thinges, that oughten ben desired, ben referred to good, [continues next]
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medes, ne shrewes lakken never-mo torments. For of alle thinges [continues next]
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that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth [continues next]
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [continues next]
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many maner gyses to thinges that ben to done; the whiche [continues next]
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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they sholden fleten folily. For which it is, that alle thinges semen [continues next]
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'Nay,' quod I, 'but the poeple demeth that it is most wrecched [continues next]
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of alle thinges that may ben thought.' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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graunted, that alle fortune, what-so-ever it be, of hem that ben [continues next]
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the blake cloudes. Thilke god seeth, in oo strok of thought, alle [continues next]
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thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for [continues next]
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seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat [continues next]
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thanne it is it-self. And the cause of this erroure is, that of alle
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the thinges that every wight hath y-knowe, they wenen that tho
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comprehended the forme, it knoweth and demeth alle the thinges [continues next]
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that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1265

Criseyde, which that alle these thinges say,
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To telle in short, hir lyked al y-fere,
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mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther
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[continues previous] thinges that ben knowen to alle folk. And of the felonyes and
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse in swiche thinges as men wene that they ne mowen
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[continues previous] we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben
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[continues previous] seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that
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[continues previous] ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But
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[continues previous] and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought
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[continues previous] 'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben
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[continues previous] referred and brought to good. For therefore is suffisaunce requered,
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[continues previous] to wene by right, that bountee be the soverein fyn, and the cause
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[continues previous] of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that
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[continues previous] alle thinges ben requered for the grace of good, they ne ben nat
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[continues previous] wherby that they mowen ben put in the noumber of thinges that
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[continues previous] that ben anywhere, that they ne requeren naturelly the ferme
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[continues previous] ben y-maked and y-lad, I clepe him "god"; that is a word that
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 9

[continues previous] by thy resouns, that they ne mowen ben overcomen. And
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[continues previous] so as the governour of thinges is good, yif that yveles mowen ben
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[continues previous] geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire,
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[continues previous] biyonde the whiche ende ther nis nothing to desire. Of the
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[continues previous] the comune fyn of alle thinges that ben, they forleten also therwith-al
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[continues previous] goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to
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[continues previous] don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open
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[continues previous] that alle thinges, that oughten ben desired, ben referred to good,
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[continues previous] that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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[continues previous] many maner gyses to thinges that ben to done; the whiche
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[continues previous] oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put
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[continues previous] under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce
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[continues previous] to ben confus and trouble to us men, for we ne mowen nat considere
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[continues previous] of alle thinges that may ben thought.'
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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[continues previous] thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for
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[continues previous] seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat
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comen y-received, what thing is ther thanne by whiche we mowen
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ben conioined and clyven to thilke soverein prince of thinges?
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[continues previous] comprehended the forme, it knoweth and demeth alle the thinges
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[continues previous] that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere
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aught y-nough to laven it; as who seyth, unnethes is ther suffisauntly
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greet defaute of power and how greet feblesse ther is in wikkede
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felonous folk; as who seyth, the gretter thing that is coveited and
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wonderful; but of the thinges that ben taken also it is necessarie;'
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as who seyth, it folweth of that which that is purposed biforn.
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mene, despyseth welefulnesse (as who seyth, it is vicious), and ne
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hath no mede of his travaile. For it is set in your hand (as who
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seyth, it lyth in your power) what fortune yow is levest, that is to
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hevedes wexen of Ydre, the serpent that Ercules slowh. Ne ther
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Romaunt of the Rose: 903

Ne violete, ne eck pervenke, [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 904

Ne flour non, that man can on thenke, [continues next]
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ne were no manere ne non ende, but-yif that a wight constreinede
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 143

oon were destroyed, certes, beinge ne shulde ther non dwellen
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'That is sooth,' quod I.
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Former Age: 41

Yit were no paleis-chaumbres, ne non halles;
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[continues previous] Ne violete, ne eck pervenke,
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[continues previous] Ne flour non, that man can on thenke,
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tho doutes by a right lyfly and quik fyr of thought; that is to
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Melibee's Tale: 46

Forther-more, ye knowen wel that, after the comune sawe, "it is a woodnesse a man to stryve with a strenger or a more mighty man than he is him-self; and for to stryve with a man of evene strengthe, that is to seyn, with as strong a man as he, it is peril; and for to stryve with a weyker man, it is folie." And therfore sholde a man flee stryvinge as muchel as he mighte. For Salomon seith: "it is a greet worship to a man to kepen him fro noyse ... [continues next]
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strengthe and vigor of men, in the secree tour of hir hertes; that [continues next]
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is to seyn, the strengthe of resoun. But thilke venims of vyces to-drawen [continues next]
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may nat, by fyr of his derked looking, that is to seyn, by the vigour [continues next]
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of his insighte, whyl the soule is in the body, knowe the thinne [continues next]
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of imagininge and of wit, that is to seyn, by resoun and by imaginacioun [continues next]
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seyn, by vigour and strengthe of wit. For in this manere men
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[continues previous] Forther-more, ye knowen wel that, after the comune sawe, "it is a woodnesse a man to stryve with a strenger or a more mighty man than he is him-self; and for to stryve with a man of evene strengthe, that is to seyn, with as strong a man as he, it is peril; and for to stryve with a weyker man, it is folie." And therfore sholde a man flee stryvinge as muchel as he mighte. For Salomon seith: "it is a greet worship to a man to kepen him fro noyse and ...
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vigour and strengthe that it ne mighte nat ben empted; al were it
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[continues previous] strengthe and vigor of men, in the secree tour of hir hertes; that
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[continues previous] is to seyn, the strengthe of resoun. But thilke venims of vyces to-drawen
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[continues previous] may nat, by fyr of his derked looking, that is to seyn, by the vigour
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[continues previous] of his insighte, whyl the soule is in the body, knowe the thinne
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[continues previous] of imagininge and of wit, that is to seyn, by resoun and by imaginacioun
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weren wont to maken questions of the simplicitee of the purviaunce
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the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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Thilke ordinaunce moeveth the hevene and the sterres, and [continues next]
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it, that I may make semblable skiles of the purviaunce of god [continues next]
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and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben [continues next]
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of god, and of the order of destinee, and of sodein
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[continues previous] the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce.
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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[continues previous] ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce.
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[continues previous] Thilke ordinaunce moeveth the hevene and the sterres, and
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[continues previous] it, that I may make semblable skiles of the purviaunce of god
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[continues previous] and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben
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happe, and of the knowinge and predestinacioun divyne, and of
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thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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the libertee of free wille; the whiche thinges thou thy-self
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that right grete. Thou hast left for to knowen thy-self, what [continues next]
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thou art; thorugh whiche I have pleynly founden the cause of [continues next]
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Thanne seyde I thus: 'Thou wost wel thy-self that the coveitise [continues next]
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of mortal thinges ne hadde never lordshipe of me; but [continues next]
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up-on, thou considerest it wel thy-self certeinly. But yit to this [continues next]
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[continues previous] in this manere they ben caitifs fro hir propre libertee. The whiche
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth,
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aperceyvest wel, of what weight they ben. But for as mochel
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[continues previous] that right grete. Thou hast left for to knowen thy-self, what
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hir creatour and through the distinccioun of hem-self; yit, for as [continues next]
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mochel as they ben put under youre excellence, they ne han nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde I thus: 'Thou wost wel thy-self that the coveitise
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[continues previous] of mortal thinges ne hadde never lordshipe of me; but
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for as mochel as bothe the spaces ben ended, yit hath the [continues next]
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'But for as mochel as thou shalt nat wenen', quod she, 'that I [continues next]
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[continues previous] The whiche thing only, how worthy it is to ben wondred
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[continues previous] up-on, thou considerest it wel thy-self certeinly. But yit to this
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thus. Certes, thou mayst wel chaunge thy purpos; but, for as [continues next]
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mochel as the present soothnesse of the devyne purviaunce biholdeth [continues next]
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as the knowinge of thise thinges is a maner porcioun of the
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[continues previous] hir creatour and through the distinccioun of hem-self; yit, for as
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[continues previous] mochel as they ben put under youre excellence, they ne han nat
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[continues previous] for as mochel as bothe the spaces ben ended, yit hath the
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[continues previous] 'But for as mochel as thou shalt nat wenen', quod she, 'that I
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 87

resouns of honours, and of glorie, and of delyts. For so as
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 88

every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other
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thinges, it were for to witen whether that alle thise thinges maken
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or conioignen as a maner body of blisfulnesse, by dyversitee of
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[continues previous] thus. Certes, thou mayst wel chaunge thy purpos; but, for as
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[continues previous] mochel as the present soothnesse of the devyne purviaunce biholdeth
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science, which that embraceth alle thinges by his presentarie
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knowinge, establissheth maner to alle thinges, and it ne oweth
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medicine of thee, al-be-it so that I have litel tyme to don it,
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Melibee's Tale: 15

... And ther-as ye blamen alle wommen and hir resouns, I shal shewe yow by manye ensamples that many a womman hath ben ful good, and yet been; and hir conseils ful hoolsome and profitable. Eek som men han seyd, that "the conseillinge of wommen is outher to dere, or elles to litel of prys." But al-be-it so, that ful many a womman is badde, and hir conseil vile and noght worth, yet han men founde ful many a good womman, and ful discrete and wise in conseillinge. Lo, Iacob, by good conseil of his moder Rebekka, wan the benisoun of Ysaak his fader, and the lordshipe over alle ...
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... he destroyeth that may nat been restored. For certes, na-more may maydenhede be restored than an arm that is smiten fro the body may retourne agayn to wexe. She may have mercy, this woot I wel, if she do penitence; but nevere shal it be that she nas corrupt. And al-be-it so that I have spoken somwhat of Avoutrie, it is good to shewen mo perils that longen to Avoutrie, for to eschue that foule sinne. Avoutrie in Latin is for to seyn, approchinge of other mannes bed, thurgh which tho that whylom weren o flessh abaundone hir bodyes to othere persones. Of this sinne, as seith the ...
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but I wol first marken thee by wordes and I wol enforcen me to [continues next]
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don to me, yit natheles they ne weren nat al-outrely unknowen to [continues next]
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yit natheles I wol enforcen me to shewe somwhat of it. But
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[continues previous] but I wol first marken thee by wordes and I wol enforcen me to
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[continues previous] don to me, yit natheles they ne weren nat al-outrely unknowen to
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'As it lyketh to thee,' quod I, 'so do.' Tho spak she right as
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Franklin's Tale: 861

'Hastow nat had thy lady as thee lyketh?'
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Franklin's Tale: 862

'No, no,' quod he, and sorwefully he syketh.
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'But for as moche,' quod she, 'as it lyketh to my disciple
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Philosophie. 'This is the difference,' quod she; 'that tho
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thinges that I purposede thee a litel heer-biforn, that is to seyn,
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Legend of Dido: 429

But, as myn autour seith, right thus she seyde; [continues next]
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And called hir, right as she hete, [continues next]
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Parlement of Foules: 645

'I graunte it you,' quod she; and right anoon
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Parlement of Foules: 646

This formel egle spak in this degree,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 589

'Nay, therof spak I not, a, ha!' quod she,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 590

'As helpe me god, ye shenden every deel!'
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'Ye, for I can so wryte,' quod she tho;
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'And eek I noot what I sholde to him seye.'
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Towardes him, and spak right as she mente,
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by another biginninge, and seyde thus. 'The engendringe of
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Melibee's Tale: 60

Thanne dame Prudence discovered al hir wil to him, and seyde, 'I conseille yow,' quod she, 'aboven alle thinges, that ye make pees bitwene god and yow; and beth reconsiled un-to him and to his grace. For as I have seyd yow heer-biforn, god hath suffred yow to have this tribulacioun and disese for your sinnes. And if ye do as ... [continues next]
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to speke right thus: 'Alle the cures,' quod she, 'of mortal folk, [continues next]
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'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle [continues next]
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'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she. [continues next]
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'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle [continues next]
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Thanne seyde she thus: 'Certes,' quod she, 'that were a greet [continues next]
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Legend of Dido: 429

[continues previous] But, as myn autour seith, right thus she seyde;
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Book of the Duchesse: 201

[continues previous] By name, and seyde, 'my swete wyf,
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Troilus and Criseyde 3: 758

Quod she, 'and how thus unwist of hem alle?' [continues next]
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alle thinges,' quod she, 'and alle the progressiouns of muable
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[continues previous] Thanne dame Prudence discovered al hir wil to him, and seyde, 'I conseille yow,' quod she, 'aboven alle thinges, that ye make pees bitwene god and yow; and beth reconsiled un-to him and to his grace. For as I have seyd yow heer-biforn, god hath suffred yow to have this tribulacioun and disese for your sinnes. And if ye do as I sey yow, god wol sende your adversaries ...
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[continues previous] to speke right thus: 'Alle the cures,' quod she, 'of mortal folk,
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[continues previous] 'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle
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[continues previous] thinges have y-take thilke soverein good any-wher out of him-self,
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[continues previous] 'Tak now thus the discrecioun of this questioun,' quod she.
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[continues previous] 'Yif alle thise thinges,' quod she, 'weren membres to felicitee,
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'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben
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referred and brought to good. For therefore is suffisaunce requered,
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'desiren alle thinges oon?'
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'Ye, for sothe,' quod I.
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'Alle thinges thanne,' quod she, 'requiren good; and thilke
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'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she.
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'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she;
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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[continues previous] thinges governeth strongly, and ordeyneth hem softely.'
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde she thus: 'Certes,' quod she, 'that were a greet
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ordre neweth ayein alle thinges growinge and fallinge a-doun, by
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semblable progressiouns of sedes and of sexes, that is to seyn,
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[continues previous] Quod she, 'and how thus unwist of hem alle?'
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nature, and al that moeveth in any manere, taketh his causes, his
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thinges y-wist biforn is necessarie, how so or in what manere [continues next]
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that the ordre of causes hath it-self; al-thogh that it ne seme nat [continues next]
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ordre, and his formes, of the stablenesse of the divyne thoght;
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lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke [continues next]
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yif that the simplicitee dwellinge in the divyne thoght sheweth [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the ordre of causes hath it-self; al-thogh that it ne seme nat
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of man that is perdurably in the divyne thoght. In whiche this [continues next]
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binethe the divyne thoght. For which, yif that we mowen, as
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and thilke divyne thought, that is y-set and put in the tour, that
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thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein [continues next]
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strengthe and vigor of men, in the secree tour of hir hertes; that [continues next]
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is to seyn, the strengthe of resoun. But thilke venims of vyces to-drawen [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce
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[continues previous] lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke
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[continues previous] yif that the simplicitee dwellinge in the divyne thoght sheweth
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governed, and passeth by thilke lawe, that is to seyn, by thilke
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[continues previous] of man that is perdurably in the divyne thoght. In whiche this
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is to seyn, in the heighte, of the simplicitee of god, stablissheth
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[continues previous] thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein
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[continues previous] strengthe and vigor of men, in the secree tour of hir hertes; that
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[continues previous] is to seyn, the strengthe of resoun. But thilke venims of vyces to-drawen
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many maner gyses to thinges that ben to done; the whiche
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 362

Thou seydest eek, that ther ben thinges three,
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The whiche thinges troublen al this erthe,
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shelfisshe that men finden in Tyrie, with whiche blood men deyen [continues next]
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geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire,
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biyonde the whiche ende ther nis nothing to desire. Of the
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me,' quod she, 'to telle thing that is grettest of alle thinges that
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mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther
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disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges
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that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in
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of the holy man." And ofte tyme it bitydeth, that the somme of
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thinges that ben to done is taken to governe to gode folk, for that
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wot wel that many thinges ben subiect to wit and to imaginacioun,
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maner, whan that men loken it in thilke pure clennesse of the
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[continues previous] deyen whyte fleeses of Serien contree with the blode of a maner
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[continues previous] shelfisshe that men finden in Tyrie, with whiche blood men deyen
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divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke [continues next]
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maner is referred by men to thinges that it moveth and disponeth,
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But that thou seidest whylom, that the questioun of the divyne [continues next]
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which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived, [continues next]
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divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke
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[continues previous] maner, whan that men loken it in thilke pure clennesse of the [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce
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lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke
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[continues previous] But that thou seidest whylom, that the questioun of the divyne
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[continues previous] purviaunce is enlaced with many other questiouns, I understonde
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[continues previous] certes, ther ne may be noon other dede, ne no wil, but thilke
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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thee thus: that thilke thing that is future, whan it is referred [continues next]
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maner is referred by men to thinges that it moveth and disponeth,
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[continues previous] maner, whan that men loken it in thilke pure clennesse of the
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[continues previous] thee thus: that thilke thing that is future, whan it is referred
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thanne of olde men it was cleped destinee. The whiche thinges,
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acountedest for thyne goodes nas nat thy good. In the whiche [continues next]
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thinges, yif ther be no beautee to ben desyred, why sholdest thou [continues next]
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a wight shyneth with thinges that ben put to him, as thus, if [continues next]
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thinges, by whiche a man weneth to geten him blisfulnesse, yif [continues next]
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torments in stede of wikkede felounes. Of alle whiche thinges [continues next]
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce
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disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun
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of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to [continues next]
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ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing [continues next]
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yif that any wight loketh wel in his thought the strengthe of that
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[continues previous] thinges, yif ther be no beautee to ben desyred, why sholdest thou
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[continues previous] aparailements! But for sothe that may nat ben doon. For yif
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[continues previous] a wight shyneth with thinges that ben put to him, as thus, if
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[continues previous] errours mis-torneth you ther-fro. Consider now yif that by thilke
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'Thanne desiredest thou the presence of that oon and the [continues next]
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on roches, and somme waxen plentivous in sondes; and yif
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that any wight enforce him to beren hem in-to othre places,
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[continues previous] ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine,
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honour. But yif that any wight reioyse him of goodnesse that he
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hadde take fro with-oute (as who seith, yif that any wight hadde
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his goodnesse of any other man than of him-self), certes, he that yaf
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to speken right thus. 'Certes,' quod she, 'yif any wight diffinisshe
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hap in this manere, that is to seyn, that "hap is bitydinge
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[continues previous] of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne
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[continues previous] comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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[continues previous] ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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To witen yif that any straunge wight
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben [continues next]
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thanne desiredest thou the presence of that oon and the
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nis nat rather for thise thinges to ben wondred up-on, than for [continues next]
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and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben [continues next]
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every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other [continues next]
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thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever [continues next]
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely [continues next]
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feigne may, who was he that hath conioigned thise dyverse [continues next]
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thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that [continues next]
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seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that [continues next]
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ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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Boece. 'I assente me,' quod I; 'for alle thise thinges ben [continues next]
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withstondinge that they ne departe nat lightly a-twinne. And [continues next]
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the thinges that ben softe and fletinge, as is water and eyr, [continues next]
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yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful [continues next]
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by thy resouns, that they ne mowen ben overcomen. And [continues next]
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thilke thinges that thou toldest me, al-be-it so that I hadde [continues next]
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so as the governour of thinges is good, yif that yveles mowen ben [continues next]
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me,' quod she, 'to telle thing that is grettest of alle thinges that [continues next]
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mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther [continues next]
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for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they [continues next]
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges [continues next]
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ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why [continues next]
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that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in [continues next]
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ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of [continues next]
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whom we seen thise thinges bityde. For certes, that adversitee [continues next]
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loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben [continues next]
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thise two soothfast or verray thinges, that is to seyn, [continues next]
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seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat [continues next]
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thinges as it bitydeth to, that it semeth hem as thise thinges han [continues next]
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And, for that the presence of swich litel moment ne may nat [continues next]
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Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 23

... whan that this is don, rikne how manye degrees that the firste altitude of A excedeth his seconde altitude, and tak half thilke porcioun that is exceded, and adde it to his seconde altitude; and tak ther the elevacioun of thy pool, and eke the latitude of thy regioun. For thise two ben of a nombre; this is to seyn, as many degrees as thy pool is elevat, so michel is the latitude of the regioun. Ensample as thus: par aventure, the altitude of A in the evening is 56 degrees of heyghte. Than wol his seconde altitude or the dawing be ... [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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[continues previous] the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this
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[continues previous] nis nat rather for thise thinges to ben wondred up-on, than for
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[continues previous] and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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[continues previous] every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other
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[continues previous] thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] 'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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of soverein parfit good. And we han establisshed that the [continues next]
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[continues previous] feigne may, who was he that hath conioigned thise dyverse
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[continues previous] thinges to-gider? And eek, at the laste, see wel that a thing
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[continues previous] thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that
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[continues previous] ben dyverse amonge hem-self. For certes, the goodes that
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[continues previous] seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that
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[continues previous] ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only
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[continues previous] Boece. 'I assente me,' quod I; 'for alle thise thinges ben
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[continues previous] the thinges that ben softe and fletinge, as is water and eyr,
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[continues previous] of the entencioun of nature. For the purviaunce of god hath
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[continues previous] yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful
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[continues previous] by thy resouns, that they ne mowen ben overcomen. And
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[continues previous] thilke thinges that thou toldest me, al-be-it so that I hadde
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[continues previous] so as the governour of thinges is good, yif that yveles mowen ben
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thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein [continues next]
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[continues previous] me,' quod she, 'to telle thing that is grettest of alle thinges that
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[continues previous] mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther
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and thilke divyne thought, that is y-set and put in the tour, that [continues next]
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divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke [continues next]
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[continues previous] for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth [continues next]
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lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke
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[continues previous] lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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[continues previous] disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in [continues next]
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moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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[continues previous] destinee itself is subgit and under. But some thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of
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[continues previous] whom we seen thise thinges bityde. For certes, that adversitee
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[continues previous] loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben
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But that thou seidest whylom, that the questioun of the divyne [continues next]
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purviaunce is enlaced with many other questiouns, I understonde [continues next]
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[continues previous] thise two soothfast or verray thinges, that is to seyn,
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certes, ther ne may be noon other dede, ne no wil, but thilke
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which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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[continues previous] seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat
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[continues previous] thinges as it bitydeth to, that it semeth hem as thise thinges han
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[continues previous] And, for that the presence of swich litel moment ne may nat
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"previdence," but it sholde rather ben cleped "purviaunce," that [continues next]
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is establisshed ful fer fro right lowe thinges, and biholdeth from [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... and whan that this is don, rikne how manye degrees that the firste altitude of A excedeth his seconde altitude, and tak half thilke porcioun that is exceded, and adde it to his seconde altitude; and tak ther the elevacioun of thy pool, and eke the latitude of thy regioun. For thise two ben of a nombre; this is to seyn, as many degrees as thy pool is elevat, so michel is the latitude of the regioun. Ensample as thus: par aventure, the altitude of A in the evening is 56 degrees of heyghte. Than wol his seconde altitude or the dawing be 48; that is 8 lasse than ...
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce
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[continues previous] of soverein parfit good. And we han establisshed that the
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[continues previous] soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be,
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'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle [continues next]
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thinges have y-take thilke soverein good any-wher out of him-self, [continues next]
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to wene by right, that bountee be the soverein fyn, and the cause [continues next]
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein
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[continues previous] and thilke divyne thought, that is y-set and put in the tour, that
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[continues previous] divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke
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thanne of olde men it was cleped destinee. The whiche thinges, [continues next]
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and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] disposicioun the purviaunce knitteth alle thinges in hir ordres; [continues next]
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[continues previous] for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they [continues next]
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[continues previous] and ordeineth alle thinges singulerly, and divyded in [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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[continues previous] under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] purviaunce is enlaced with many other questiouns, I understonde
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descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges [continues next]
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in this manere they ben caitifs fro hir propre libertee. The whiche [continues next]
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thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth [continues next]
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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ben conioined and clyven to thilke soverein prince of thinges?
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[continues previous] is establisshed ful fer fro right lowe thinges, and biholdeth from
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disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun
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'Dame,' quod Melibee, 'dooth your wil and your lykinge, for I putte me hoolly in your disposicioun and ordinaunce.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Wenest thou aught,' quod she, 'that this prince of alle
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[continues previous] of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that
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[continues previous] thanne of olde men it was cleped destinee. The whiche thinges,
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[continues previous] and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] disposicioun the purviaunce knitteth alle thinges in hir ordres;
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[continues previous] for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] and ordeineth alle thinges singulerly, and divyded in [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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[continues previous] under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce
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[continues previous] destinee itself is subgit and under. But some thinges [continues next]
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ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of [continues next]
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destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the [continues next]
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of tyme to eternitee, and of the cercle to the centre, right so is the [continues next]
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ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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[continues previous] descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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[continues previous] that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth [continues next]
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[continues previous] been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche
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[continues previous] 'Dame,' quod Melibee, 'dooth your wil and your lykinge, for I putte me hoolly in your disposicioun and ordinaunce.'
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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[continues previous] and ordeineth alle thinges singulerly, and divyded in
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of
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[continues previous] destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the
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[continues previous] ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce.
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[continues previous] descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] in this manere they ben caitifs fro hir propre libertee. The whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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[continues previous] been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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disposicioun the purviaunce knitteth alle thinges in hir ordres;
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[continues previous] is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they [continues next]
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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[continues previous] descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] in hir places and in hir tymes, maketh that the causes rennen and [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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[continues previous] that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth [continues next]
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[continues previous] been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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destinee, which that ne may nat ben inclyned, knitteth and streineth
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alle thinges that men may desiren? Thanne sholde ther be doon
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for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they
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thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that [continues next]
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they ben dyverse that oon fro that othre; and so as ech of hem [continues next]
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'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that ne ben no goodes [continues next]
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whanne they ben dyverse, and whan they beginnen to ben alle [continues next]
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of the entencioun of nature. For the purviaunce of god hath [continues next]
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yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful [continues next]
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thou mayst nat drede, by no manere, that alle the thinges [continues next]
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that ben anywhere, that they ne requeren naturelly the ferme [continues next]
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the comune fyn of alle thinges that ben, they forleten also therwith-al [continues next]
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goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to [continues next]
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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[continues previous] is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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[continues previous] disposicioun the purviaunce knitteth alle thinges in hir ordres;
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges [continues next]
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ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why [continues next]
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disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges [continues next]
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that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in [continues next]
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destinee itself is subgit and under. But some thinges [continues next]
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ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of [continues next]
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loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth,
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[continues previous] that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth
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[continues previous] been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of
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certes that is this, in what maner the prescience of god seeth alle [continues next]
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thinges certeins and diffinisshed, al-thogh they ne han no certein [continues next]
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science, which that embraceth alle thinges by his presentarie
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ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth
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[continues previous] thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that
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[continues previous] ben dyverse amonge hem-self. For certes, the goodes that
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[continues previous] they ben dyverse that oon fro that othre; and so as ech of hem
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[continues previous] 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that ne ben no goodes
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[continues previous] whanne they ben dyverse, and whan they beginnen to ben alle
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[continues previous] yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful
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[continues previous] that ben anywhere, that they ne requeren naturelly the ferme
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[continues previous] the comune fyn of alle thinges that ben, they forleten also therwith-al
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[continues previous] goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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[continues previous] lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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[continues previous] that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in
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that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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[continues previous] under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of
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[continues previous] loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben
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[continues previous] thinges certeins and diffinisshed, al-thogh they ne han no certein
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and ordeineth alle thinges singulerly, and divyded in
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'Thanne ordeineth he by him-self al-one alle thinges?' quod she.
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'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she;
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[continues previous] is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun
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[continues previous] and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche
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[continues previous] that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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han loked, that god him-self, maker of alle natures, ordeineth and
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dresseth alle thinges to gode; whyl that he hasteth to with-holden
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descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges [continues next]
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in hir places and in hir tymes, maketh that the causes rennen and [continues next]
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that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth
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moevinges, in places, in formes, in tymes, as thus: lat the
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moevinges, by places, by tymes, by doinges, by spaces, by
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an unmoevable and simple forme of thinges to done; and the [continues next]
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moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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[continues previous] in hir places and in hir tymes, maketh that the causes rennen and
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unfoldinge of temporel ordinaunce, assembled and ooned in the
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[continues previous] an unmoevable and simple forme of thinges to done; and the [continues next]
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke
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ordre, and his formes, of the stablenesse of the divyne thoght;
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and thilke divyne thought, that is y-set and put in the tour, that
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divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth,
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certes, ther ne may be noon other dede, ne no wil, but thilke
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which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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same assemblinge and ooninge, divyded and unfolden by tymes,
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dyverse tymes, by destinee, thilke same thinges that he hath [continues next]
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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... that oon of hem is with-inne the herte of man, and that other is with-oute. Of whiche soothly thise forseyde thinges, and mo than I have seyd, apertenen to pryde that is in the herte of man; and that othere speces of pryde been with-oute. But natheles that oon of thise speces of pryde is signe of that other, right as the gaye leefsel atte taverne is signe of the wyn that is in the celer. And this is in manye thinges: as in speche and contenaunce, and in outrageous array of clothing; for certes, if ther ne hadde be no ... [continues next]
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beter thinges? Natheles dismaye thee nat in thy thought; and [continues next]
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al-though that selde is ther any feith that fortunous thinges wolen [continues next]
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same thinges; so that thise ilke richesses ne oughten nat by
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remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first [continues next]
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to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben [continues next]
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this [continues next]
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and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben [continues next]
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every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other [continues next]
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thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever [continues next]
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feigne may, who was he that hath conioigned thise dyverse [continues next]
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thinges to-gider? And eek, at the laste, see wel that a thing [continues next]
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blisfulnesse, so that alle thise othre thinges ben referred and [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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Boece. 'I assente me,' quod I; 'for alle thise thinges ben [continues next]
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but-yif alle thise thinges ben alle oon same thing, they ne han nat [continues next]
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remembrest and recordest me thise thinges yit the secounde [continues next]
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tyme; that is to seyn, first whan I loste my memorie by the [continues next]
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assembled in o forme, but-yif ther nere oon that conioignede so [continues next]
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manye dyverse thinges; and the same dyversitee of hir natures, [continues next]
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whylom foryeten hem, for the sorwe of the wrong that hath ben [continues next]
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they [continues next]
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ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in [continues next]
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[continues previous] dyverse tymes, by destinee, thilke same thinges that he hath [continues next]
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that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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which wey thou mayst come ayein to thy contree. But al-be-it
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so that the thinges which that thou axest ben right profitable to
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takinge of knowelechinge of bodily thinges, and al-be-it so that the
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... that he may seen the assendent, and that he be nat retrograd ne combust, ne ioigned with no shrewe in the same signe; ne that he be nat in his descencioun, ne ioigned with no planete in his discencioun, ne have up-on him non aspecte infortunat; and than sey they that he is wel. Natheles, thise ben observauncez of iudicial matiere and rytes of payens, in which my spirit ne hath no feith, ne no knowing of hir horoscopum; for they seyn that every signe is departed in 3 evene parties by 10 degrees, and thilke porcioun they clepe a Face. And al-thogh that a planete ... [continues next]
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ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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[continues previous] ... two maneres of Pryde; that oon of hem is with-inne the herte of man, and that other is with-oute. Of whiche soothly thise forseyde thinges, and mo than I have seyd, apertenen to pryde that is in the herte of man; and that othere speces of pryde been with-oute. But natheles that oon of thise speces of pryde is signe of that other, right as the gaye leefsel atte taverne is signe of the wyn that is in the celer. And this is in manye thinges: as in speche and contenaunce, and in outrageous array of clothing; for certes, if ther ne hadde ...
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[continues previous] yif my mutabilitee yiveth thee rightful cause of hope to han yit
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[continues previous] beter thinges? Natheles dismaye thee nat in thy thought; and
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[continues previous] al-though that selde is ther any feith that fortunous thinges wolen
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[continues previous] dwellen, yit natheles the laste day of a mannes lyf is a manere
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[continues previous] remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first
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[continues previous] to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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[continues previous] the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this
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[continues previous] and to power, so that we demen that thise three thinges ben
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[continues previous] every of thise forseyde thinges is the same that thise other
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[continues previous] thinges ben, that is to seyn, al oon thing, who-so that ever
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[continues previous] feigne may, who was he that hath conioigned thise dyverse
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ben dyverse amonge hem-self. For certes, the goodes that
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ben dyverse amonges hem-self, that oon nis nat that that other
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse, so that alle thise othre thinges ben referred and
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than weren they dyverse that oon from that other; and swich is
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle
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[continues previous] Boece. 'I assente me,' quod I; 'for alle thise thinges ben
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they ben dyverse that oon fro that othre; and so as ech of hem
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[continues previous] but-yif alle thise thinges ben alle oon same thing, they ne han nat
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[continues previous] remembrest and recordest me thise thinges yit the secounde
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[continues previous] tyme; that is to seyn, first whan I loste my memorie by the
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[continues previous] assembled in o forme, but-yif ther nere oon that conioignede so
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[continues previous] manye dyverse thinges; and the same dyversitee of hir natures,
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[continues previous] whylom foryeten hem, for the sorwe of the wrong that hath ben
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[continues previous] don to me, yit natheles they ne weren nat al-outrely unknowen to
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[continues previous] oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth
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[continues previous] dyverse tymes, by destinee, thilke same thinges that he hath
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[continues previous] that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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[continues previous] under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce
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the hevene, al-be-it so that ye seen and biholden that oon and
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that other to-gider, yit natheles ye demen and discernen that that
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oon is voluntarie and that other necessarie. Right so thanne the
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thilke thinges been y-doon, they ne mighte nat ben undoon;
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natheles, that oon of hem, or it was y-doon, it bihoved by necessitee
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[continues previous] ... that he may seen the assendent, and that he be nat retrograd ne combust, ne ioigned with no shrewe in the same signe; ne that he be nat in his descencioun, ne ioigned with no planete in his discencioun, ne have up-on him non aspecte infortunat; and than sey they that he is wel. Natheles, thise ben observauncez of iudicial matiere and rytes of payens, in which my spirit ne hath no feith, ne no knowing of hir horoscopum; for they seyn that every signe is departed in 3 evene parties by 10 degrees, and thilke porcioun they clepe a Face. And al-thogh that a planete have ...
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the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce.
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weren wont to maken questions of the simplicitee of the purviaunce
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of god, and of the order of destinee, and of sodein
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moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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firste godhed: they surmounten the ordre of destinal moevabletee. [continues next]
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For right as of cercles that tornen a-boute a same centre or a-boute [continues next]
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ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce.
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Thilke ordinaunce moeveth the hevene and the sterres, and
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For right as a werkman, that aperceyveth in his thoght the forme
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[continues previous] For right as of cercles that tornen a-boute a same centre or a-boute
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werk, and ledeth that he hadde loked biforn in his thoght simply
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Greet was the wo the knight hadde in his thoght,
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Whan he was with his wyf a-bedde y-broght;
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and presently, by temporel ordinaunce: certes, right so god
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temporel present, right so seeth god alle thinges by his eterne [continues next]
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disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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many maner gyses to thinges that ben to done; the whiche [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun
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for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they [continues next]
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destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the [continues next]
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of the holy man." And ofte tyme it bitydeth, that the somme of [continues next]
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thinges that ben to done is taken to governe to gode folk, for that [continues next]
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loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] presence of mankinde, right so as ye seen some thinges in this
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that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in
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doinge? And also sette this there-to: that many a nacioun, [continues next]
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dyverse of tonge and of maneres and eek of resoun of hir livinge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that
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dyverse tymes the foule erthe and the hevene, and that alle other [continues next]
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[continues previous] many maner gyses to thinges that ben to done; the whiche
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[continues previous] oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the
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[continues previous] of the holy man." And ofte tyme it bitydeth, that the somme of
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[continues previous] thinges that ben to done is taken to governe to gode folk, for that
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[continues previous] loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben
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dyverse tymes, by destinee, thilke same thinges that he hath
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[continues previous] dyverse of tonge and of maneres and eek of resoun of hir livinge,
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I may concluden, by right verray resoun, that thilke that is
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biginning of alle thinges, thilke same thing is soverein good
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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[continues previous] thrist thy-self in-to wikke thinges: right as thou mightest loken by
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[continues previous] dyverse tymes the foule erthe and the hevene, and that alle other
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[continues previous] same assemblinge and ooninge, divyded and unfolden by tymes,
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[continues previous] lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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bityden first or they weren y-doon; and thilke same thinges,
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al-thogh that men had y-wist hem biforn, yit they han free
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Thanne, whether that destinee be exercysed outher by some
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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divyne spirits, servaunts to the divyne purviaunce, or elles by
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Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, [continues next]
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Or elles falsen som of my matere. [continues next]
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... his lyf. Homicyde is eek, in yevinge of wikked conseil by fraude; as for to yeven conseil to areysen wrongful custumes and taillages. Of whiche seith Salomon, 'Leon rorynge and bere hongry been lyke to the cruel lordshipes,' in withholdinge or abregginge of the shepe (or the hyre), or of the wages of servaunts, or elles in usure or in withdrawinge of the almesse of povre folk. For which the wyse man seith, 'fedeth him that almost dyeth for honger'; for soothly, but-if thou fede him, thou sleest him; and alle thise been deadly sinnes. Bodily manslaughtre is, whan thow sleest him with thy tonge in other manere; as ...
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by the nature of hem-self, or elles by the nature of thee? What is [continues next]
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celestial moevinges of sterres, or elles by the vertu of angeles, or [continues next]
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elles by the dyverse subtilitee of develes, or elles by any of hem, [continues next]
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or elles by hem alle, the destinal ordinaunce is y-woven and [continues next]
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nis leveful to folye in the reame of the divyne purviaunce; as who
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seyth, nothing nis with-outen ordinaunce in the reame of the divyne
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purviaunce; sin that the right stronge god governeth alle thinges
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guerdoning or elles of exercysinge of good folk, or elles by cause [continues next]
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to punisshen or elles chastysen shrewes; thanne is alle fortune [continues next]
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But that thou seidest whylom, that the questioun of the divyne
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purviaunce is enlaced with many other questiouns, I understonde
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which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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som sowle, or elles by alle nature servinge to god, or elles by the
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[continues previous] Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse,
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[continues previous] Or elles falsen som of my matere.
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... in deedly sinne, for-as-muche as they were doon in deedly sinne, they may nevere quiken agayn. For certes, thing that nevere hadde lyf may nevere quikene; and nathelees, al-be-it that they ne availle noght to han the lyf perdurable, yet availlen they to abregge of the peyne of helle, or elles to geten temporal richesse, or elles that god wole the rather enlumine and lightne the herte of the sinful man to have repentance; and eek they availlen for to usen a man to doon gode werkes, that the feend have the lasse power of his soule. And thus the curteis lord Iesu Crist wole that no good werk ...
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[continues previous] by the nature of hem-self, or elles by the nature of thee? What is
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[continues previous] celestial moevinges of sterres, or elles by the vertu of angeles, or [continues next]
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[continues previous] elles by the dyverse subtilitee of develes, or elles by any of hem, [continues next]
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[continues previous] or elles by hem alle, the destinal ordinaunce is y-woven and [continues next]
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[continues previous] guerdoning or elles of exercysinge of good folk, or elles by cause [continues next]
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[continues previous] to punisshen or elles chastysen shrewes; thanne is alle fortune [continues next]
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That was unapt to suffren loves hete [continues next]
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Celestial, or elles love of kinde;" [continues next]
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celestial moevinges of sterres, or elles by the vertu of angeles, or
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For fere of blake beres, or boles blake, [continues next]
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divyne spirits, servaunts to the divyne purviaunce, or elles by [continues next]
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[continues previous] som sowle, or elles by alle nature servinge to god, or elles by the [continues next]
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[continues previous] celestial moevinges of sterres, or elles by the vertu of angeles, or [continues next]
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[continues previous] elles by the dyverse subtilitee of develes, or elles by any of hem, [continues next]
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[continues previous] or elles by hem alle, the destinal ordinaunce is y-woven and [continues next]
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either in possessioun of vertu, or in the encres of vertu, or elles in [continues next]
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the purchasinge of vertu, that thilke fortune is good; and that alle [continues next]
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[continues previous] Celestial, or elles love of kinde;"
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elles by the dyverse subtilitee of develes, or elles by any of hem,
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... 'Go,' quod Iesu Crist, 'and have na-more wil to sinne'; or, 'wille na-more to do sinne.' Soothly, the vengeaunce of avoutrie is awarded to the peynes of helle, but-if so be that it be destourbed by penitence. Yet been ther mo speces of this cursed sinne; as whan that oon of hem is religious, or elles bothe; or of folk that been entred in-to ordre, as subdekne or dekne, or preest, or hospitaliers. And evere the hyer that he is in ordre, the gretter is the sinne. The thinges that gretly agreggen hir sinne is the brekinge of hir avow of chastitee, whan they receyved the ordre. And forther-over, ... [continues next]
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to ioignen hem to hem that regnen. And it semeth to some other [continues next]
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parties or of membres; or elles, yif that any of alle thilke thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] or elles by hem alle, the destinal ordinaunce is y-woven and [continues next]
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Of whiche men shulden doon Iustyce: [continues next]
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or elles by hem alle, the destinal ordinaunce is y-woven and
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[continues previous] Or elles, blake develes wole hem take.
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[continues previous] ... 'and have na-more wil to sinne'; or, 'wille na-more to do sinne.' Soothly, the vengeaunce of avoutrie is awarded to the peynes of helle, but-if so be that it be destourbed by penitence. Yet been ther mo speces of this cursed sinne; as whan that oon of hem is religious, or elles bothe; or of folk that been entred in-to ordre, as subdekne or dekne, or preest, or hospitaliers. And evere the hyer that he is in ordre, the gretter is the sinne. The thinges that gretly agreggen hir sinne is the brekinge of hir avow of chastitee, whan they receyved the ordre. And ...
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[continues previous] power be sovereyn good, and enforcen hem for to regnen, or elles
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[continues previous] to ioignen hem to hem that regnen. And it semeth to some other
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felonous folk; as who seyth, the gretter thing that is coveited and [continues next]
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acomplisshed. Certes, it is open thing, that the purviaunce is
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[continues previous] felonous folk; as who seyth, the gretter thing that is coveited and
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rightful veniaunce. But this is open thing and cleer, that it is
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the whiche destinal causes, whan they passen out fro the biginninges [continues next]
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of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they [continues next]
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an unmoevable and simple forme of thinges to done; and the
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moevinges, in places, in formes, in tymes, as thus: lat the [continues next]
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unfoldinge of temporel ordinaunce, assembled and ooned in the [continues next]
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[continues previous] of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they
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moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche
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... peyne, it stant in preyeres, in wakinges, in fastinges, in vertuouse techinges of orisouns. And ye shul understonde, that orisouns or preyeres is for to seyn a pilous wil of herte, that redresseth it in god and expresseth it by word outward, to remoeven harmes and to han thinges espirituel and durable, and somtyme temporel thinges; of whiche orisouns, certes, in the orisoun of the Pater-noster, hath Iesu Crist enclosed most thinges. Certes, it is privileged of three thinges in his dignitee, for which it is more digne than any other preyere; for that Iesu Crist him-self maked it; and it is short, for it sholde be coud the more lightly, and ... [continues next]
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to the aventure of fortune; and iugen that only swiche thinges [continues next]
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ben purveyed of god, whiche that temporel welefulnesse [continues next]
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yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful [continues next]
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weren wont to maken questions of the simplicitee of the purviaunce [continues next]
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of god, and of the order of destinee, and of sodein [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche [continues next]
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disposicioun the purviaunce knitteth alle thinges in hir ordres; [continues next]
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the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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as who seyth, but for to comprehende and telle a fewe thinges of the [continues next]
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divyne deepnesse, the whiche that mannes resoun may understonde, [continues next]
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seyth, nothing nis with-outen ordinaunce in the reame of the divyne [continues next]
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But that thou seidest whylom, that the questioun of the divyne [continues next]
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in this manere they ben caitifs fro hir propre libertee. The whiche [continues next]
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thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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[continues previous] ... techinges of orisouns. And ye shul understonde, that orisouns or preyeres is for to seyn a pilous wil of herte, that redresseth it in god and expresseth it by word outward, to remoeven harmes and to han thinges espirituel and durable, and somtyme temporel thinges; of whiche orisouns, certes, in the orisoun of the Pater-noster, hath Iesu Crist enclosed most thinges. Certes, it is privileged of three thinges in his dignitee, for which it is more digne than any other preyere; for that Iesu Crist him-self maked it; and it is short, for it sholde be coud the more lightly, and ...
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[continues previous] ben purveyed of god, whiche that temporel welefulnesse
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[continues previous] of the entencioun of nature. For the purviaunce of god hath
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[continues previous] yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful
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[continues previous] of god, and of the order of destinee, and of sodein
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[continues previous] is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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yif that the simplicitee dwellinge in the divyne thoght sheweth
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[continues previous] divyne deepnesse, the whiche that mannes resoun may understonde,
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[continues previous] nis leveful to folye in the reame of the divyne purviaunce; as who
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[continues previous] seyth, nothing nis with-outen ordinaunce in the reame of the divyne
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[continues previous] purviaunce; sin that the right stronge god governeth alle thinges
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[continues previous] purviaunce is enlaced with many other questiouns, I understonde
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth,
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[continues previous] been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of
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[continues previous] god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god
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which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived, [continues next]
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hath feled biforn. For yif that they mighten wrythen awey in [continues next]
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that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put
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a wight shyneth with thinges that ben put to him, as thus, if [continues next]
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shalt by awaytes of thy subgits anoyously ben cast under manye [continues next]
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben [continues next]
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prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self [continues next]
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we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben [continues next]
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first or thinges that ben unparfit; and for-thy, for as moche as [continues next]
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and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle [continues next]
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'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben [continues next]
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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to ryden, as the effect of his hele. Now thanne, sin that [continues next]
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alle thinges ben requered for the grace of good, they ne ben nat [continues next]
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thou mayst nat drede, by no manere, that alle the thinges [continues next]
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that ben anywhere, that they ne requeren naturelly the ferme [continues next]
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ben y-maked and y-lad, I clepe him "god"; that is a word that [continues next]
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geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire, [continues next]
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the comune fyn of alle thinges that ben, they forleten also therwith-al [continues next]
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that alle thinges, that oughten ben desired, ben referred to good, [continues next]
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medes, ne shrewes lakken never-mo torments. For of alle thinges [continues next]
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that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth [continues next]
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I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which [continues next]
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [continues next]
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me,' quod she, 'to telle thing that is grettest of alle thinges that [continues next]
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mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] and ordeineth alle thinges singulerly, and divyded in [continues next]
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lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why [continues next]
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[continues previous] destinee itself is subgit and under. But some thinges [continues next]
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ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of [continues next]
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destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the [continues next]
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they sholden fleten folily. For which it is, that alle thinges semen
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to ben confus and trouble to us men, for we ne mowen nat considere
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of alle thinges that may ben thought.' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben [continues next]
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graunted, that alle fortune, what-so-ever it be, of hem that ben [continues next]
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the blake cloudes. Thilke god seeth, in oo strok of thought, alle [continues next]
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thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for [continues next]
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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comprehended the forme, it knoweth and demeth alle the thinges [continues next]
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that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere [continues next]
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with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that
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under destinee ben, certes, subgits to purviaunce, to whiche purviaunce
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[continues previous] prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self
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[continues previous] we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben
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[continues previous] and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'it hath wel ben shewed heer-biforn, that alle
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[continues previous] 'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben
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[continues previous] of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that
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[continues previous] alle thinges ben requered for the grace of good, they ne ben nat
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[continues previous] that ben anywhere, that they ne requeren naturelly the ferme
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[continues previous] ben y-maked and y-lad, I clepe him "god"; that is a word that
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[continues previous] geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire,
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[continues previous] the comune fyn of alle thinges that ben, they forleten also therwith-al
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[continues previous] that alle thinges, that oughten ben desired, ben referred to good,
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[continues previous] that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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[continues previous] mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther
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[continues previous] is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, and al-thogh they ben infinite; but destinee departeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] lat that ben called destinee. And al-be-it so that thise thinges
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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[continues previous] destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle thinges that may ben thought.'
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[continues previous] thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for
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[continues previous] that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere [continues next]
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destinee itself is subgit and under. But some thinges
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yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful [continues next]
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thinges that ben now continued by stable ordinaunce, they sholden [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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[continues previous] destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the
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loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] comprehended the forme, it knoweth and demeth alle the thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere [continues next]
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ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of
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[continues previous] of the entencioun of nature. For the purviaunce of god hath
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[continues previous] constreinede hem nat eft-sones in-to roundnesses enclynede, the
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[continues previous] oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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[continues previous] for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they
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Thilke ordinaunce moeveth the hevene and the sterres, and [continues next]
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[continues previous] loke the purviaunce ordeininge the thinges that men wenen ben
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the purviaunce and the destinee that thou taughtest me a [continues next]
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[continues previous] that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere
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destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the
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maked blisful for they ben goode; and thilke folk that ben blisful,
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun
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disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges
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that ben to done, but he aministreth in many maneres and in
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[continues previous] the purviaunce and the destinee that thou taughtest me a
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firste godhed: they surmounten the ordre of destinal moevabletee.
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the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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Lo, her-of comth and her-of is don this noble miracle of the ordre [continues next]
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destinal, whan god, that al knoweth, doth swiche thing, of which [continues next]
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[continues previous] the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce.
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[continues previous] For right as a werkman, that aperceyveth in his thoght the forme
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the simplesse of the middel, and is, as it were, a centre or a poynt [continues next]
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to that other cercles that tornen a-bouten him; and thilke that is [continues next]
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a poynt, thilke cercle that is innerest or most with-inne ioyneth to
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[continues previous] to that other cercles that tornen a-bouten him; and thilke that is
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the simplesse of the middel, and is, as it were, a centre or a poynt
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to that other cercles that tornen a-bouten him; and thilke that is
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larger spaces, in so moche as it is forthest fro the middel simplicitee
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him mighty; as who seyth, in so moche as man is mighty to don a
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felawshippeth him-self to thilke middel poynt, it is constreined [continues next]
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in-to simplicitee, that is to seyn, in-to unmoevabletee, and it ceseth [continues next]
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thilke thing that departeth forthest fro the first thoght of god, it is [continues next]
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Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 3

... or elles Oruscupum. Tak the altitude of the sonne whan thee list, as I have said; and set the degree of the sonne, in cas that it be by-forn the middel of the day, among thyn almikanteras on the est side of thyn Astrolabie; and yif it be after the middel of the day, set the degree of thy sonne up-on the west side; tak this manere of setting for a general rewle, ones for evere. And whan thou hast set the degree of thy sonne up as many almikanteras of heyghte as was the altitude of the sonne taken by ... [continues next]
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... thridde part of 12, so is the space be-tween thee and the tour the thridde part of the altitude of the tour; than thryes 20 feet is the heyghte of the tour, with adding of thyn owne persone to thyn eye. And this rewle is so general in umbra recta, fro the poynt of oon to 12. And yif thy rewle falle upon 5, than is 5 12-partyes of the heyght the space be-tween thee and the toure; with adding of thyn owne heyght. [continues next]
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of the poynt; and yif ther be any-thing that knitteth and
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I shal shewe thee shortely the poynt of sovereyne blisfulnesse.
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Is ther any-thing more precious to thee than thy-self? Thou
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[continues previous] thilke thing that departeth forthest fro the first thoght of god, it is
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[continues previous] of the presence of god, and disencreseth in-to the infinit
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[continues previous] ... that is cleped communly the Assendent, or elles Oruscupum. Tak the altitude of the sonne whan thee list, as I have said; and set the degree of the sonne, in cas that it be by-forn the middel of the day, among thyn almikanteras on the est side of thyn Astrolabie; and yif it be after the middel of the day, set the degree of thy sonne up-on the west side; tak this manere of setting for a general rewle, ones for evere. And whan thou hast set the degree of thy sonne up as many almikanteras of heyghte as was the altitude of the sonne taken by thy rewle, ...
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[continues previous] ... part of 12, so is the space be-tween thee and the tour the thridde part of the altitude of the tour; than thryes 20 feet is the heyghte of the tour, with adding of thyn owne persone to thyn eye. And this rewle is so general in umbra recta, fro the poynt of oon to 12. And yif thy rewle falle upon 5, than is 5 12-partyes of the heyght the space be-tween thee and the toure; with adding of thyn owne heyght.
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felawshippeth him-self to thilke middel poynt, it is constreined
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that is to seyn, from adversitee in-to prosperitee, maketh that the [continues next]
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faylen, that is to seyn, torne in-to nought. [continues next]
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larger spaces, in so moche as it is forthest fro the middel simplicitee [continues next]
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[continues previous] of the poynt; and yif ther be any-thing that knitteth and [continues next]
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in-to simplicitee, that is to seyn, in-to unmoevabletee, and it ceseth
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[continues previous] of thinges; and the same chaunginge from oon in-to an-other,
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loketh the helles,' that is to seyn, in-to lowe thinges of the erthe.
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[continues previous] departen from hir welle, that is to seyn, from hir biginninge, and
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[continues previous] This is the comune Love to alle thinges; and alle thinges axen
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tyme it is present, and procedeth fro preterits in-to futures, that is
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to seyn, fro tyme passed in-to tyme cominge; ne ther nis no-thing
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to be shad and to fleten dyversely: right so, by semblable resoun,
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... wikked suggestion, and I wole hente him by moevynge or stiringe of sinne. I wol departe my pryse or my praye by deliberacion, and my lust shal been accompliced in delyt; I wol drawe my swerd in consentinge:' for certes, right as a swerd departeth a thing in two peces, right so consentinge departeth god fro man: 'and thanne wol I sleen him with myn hand in dede of sinne'; thus seith the feend. For certes, thanne is a man al deed in soule. And thus is sinne accompliced by temptacion, by delyt, and by consentinge; and thanne is the sin cleped ... [continues next]
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Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by [continues next]
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken [continues next]
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folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro [continues next]
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I may concluden, by right verray resoun, that thilke that is [continues next]
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they ben maked wyse: right so, nedes, by the semblable resoun,
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ne desire they nat ech of hem by semblable resoun to kepen [continues next]
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departeth fro the resoun of thilke ordre which that is assigned to [continues next]
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be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by [continues next]
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resoun weneth to seen, that it nis right naught? For wit and [continues next]
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thilke thing that departeth forthest fro the first thoght of god, it is
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[continues previous] ... chace and pursue the man by wikked suggestion, and I wole hente him by moevynge or stiringe of sinne. I wol departe my pryse or my praye by deliberacion, and my lust shal been accompliced in delyt; I wol drawe my swerd in consentinge:' for certes, right as a swerd departeth a thing in two peces, right so consentinge departeth god fro man: 'and thanne wol I sleen him with myn hand in dede of sinne'; thus seith the feend. For certes, thanne is a man al deed in soule. And thus is sinne accompliced by temptacion, by delyt, and by consentinge; and thanne is the sin cleped actuel.
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[continues previous] Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by
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[continues previous] resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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[continues previous] folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro
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[continues previous] I may concluden, by right verray resoun, that thilke that is
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[continues previous] that oon and good be oo same thing. For of thinges, of whiche
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of the poynt; and yif ther be any-thing that knitteth and
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[continues previous] For oon ordre embraseth alle thinges, so that what wight that
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[continues previous] departeth fro the resoun of thilke ordre which that is assigned to
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[continues previous] be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by
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[continues previous] ayein resoninge, and seyn, that of thilke universel thing that
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[continues previous] Semblable thing is it, that the resoun of mankinde ne weneth
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holdeth him ner to thilke centre of thinges, that is to seyn, god.
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In this Penitence or Contricion man shal understonde foure thinges, that is to seyn, what is Contricion: and whiche been the causes that moeven a man to Contricion: and how he sholde be contrit: and what Contricion availleth to the soule. Thanne is it thus: that Contricion is the verray sorwe that a man receiveth in his herte for his sinnes, with sad purpos to shryve ...
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Now comth, how that a man sholde bere him with his wyf; and namely, in two thinges, that is to seyn in suffraunce and reverence, as shewed Crist whan he made first womman. For he ne made hir nat of the heved of Adam, for she sholde nat clayme to greet lordshipe. For ther-as the womman hath the maistrie, she maketh to muche desray; ther neden none ensamples of this. The ...
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thinges, that is to seyn, suffisaunce, power, and this othre thinges;
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thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein
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or the alliaunce, of thinges, that is to seyn, the coniunccioun of god [continues next]
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thise two soothfast or verray thinges, that is to seyn,
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And yif the thing clyveth to the stedefastnesse of the thoght of god,
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is defended fro with-oute by the stedefastnesse of wode; and [continues next]
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that the uttereste bark is put ayeins the destemperaunce of [continues next]
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and be with-oute moevinge, certes, it sormounteth the necessitee of
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[continues previous] is defended fro with-oute by the stedefastnesse of wode; and
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destinee. Thanne right swich comparisoun as it is of skilinge to
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mankinde? Was thanne myn habite swich as it is now?
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of tyme to eternitee, and of the cercle to the centre, right so is the
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disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun [continues next]
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Upon this forseide plate ben compassed certein cercles that highten Almicanteras, of which som of hem semen perfit cercles, and somme semen inperfit. The centre that standith a-middes the narwest cercle is cleped the Senith; and the netherest cercle, or the firste cercle, is clepid the Orisonte, that is to seyn, the cercle that devydeth the two emisperies, that is, the partie of the hevene a-bove the erthe and the partie be-nethe. Thise Almicanteras ben compowned by two and two, al-be-it so ...
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ordre of moevable destinee to the stable simplicitee of purviaunce.
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weren wont to maken questions of the simplicitee of the purviaunce [continues next]
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of god, and of the order of destinee, and of sodein [continues next]
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[continues previous] disponeth alle thinges. But destinee is the disposicioun
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[continues previous] and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche
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the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce. [continues next]
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moveable bond and the temporel ordinaunce of thinges, whiche [continues next]
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that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [continues next]
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ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of [continues next]
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destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the [continues next]
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Thilke ordinaunce moeveth the hevene and the sterres, and
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whan it is cleer; and also mervailen we on the hevene and on the [continues next]
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sterres, and on the sonne and on the mone.' [continues next]
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sterres. This acordaunce atempreth by evenelyk maneres the [continues next]
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[continues previous] weren wont to maken questions of the simplicitee of the purviaunce
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[continues previous] of god, and of the order of destinee, and of sodein
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[continues previous] the order destinal procedeth of the simplicitee of purviaunce.
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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[continues previous] ben put under purviaunce, that surmounten the ordinaunce of
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[continues previous] destinee; and tho ben thilke that stably ben y-ficched negh to the
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atempreth the elements to-gider amonges hem-self, and transformeth
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[continues previous] whan it is cleer; and also mervailen we on the hevene and on the
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[continues previous] sterres, and on the sonne and on the mone.'
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[continues previous] sterres. This acordaunce atempreth by evenelyk maneres the
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[continues previous] elements, that the moiste thinges, stryvinge with the drye thinges,
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gode folk and shrewes, ne shrewes ne mowen nat acorden amonges [continues next]
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hem-self. And why nat? For shrewes discorden of hem-self by [continues next]
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hem by entrechaungeable mutacioun; and thilke same
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I may concluden, by right verray resoun, that thilke that is [continues next]
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biginning of alle thinges, thilke same thing is soverein good [continues next]
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to alle the forseide thinges; for thilke same blisfulnesse [continues next]
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han oo same purpose by kinde, and that oon of hem pursueth
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and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that
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I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which [continues next]
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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[continues previous] hem-self. And why nat? For shrewes discorden of hem-self by
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ordre neweth ayein alle thinges growinge and fallinge a-doun, by
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That speces of thinges and progressiouns [continues next]
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Shullen enduren by successiouns, [continues next]
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... nat faille.' And therfore seith Seint Iohn the Evangelist: 'they shullen folwe deeth, and they shul nat finde him; and they shul desyren to dye, and deeth shal flee fro hem.' And eek Iob seith: that 'in helle is noon ordre of rule.' And al-be-it so that god hath creat alle thinges in right ordre, and no-thing with-outen ordre, but alle thinges been ordeyned and nombred; yet nathelees they that been dampned been no-thing in ordre, ne holden noon ordre. For the erthe ne shal bere hem no fruit. For, as the prophete David seith: 'god shal destroie the fruit of the erthe as fro hem;' ne water ne shal yeve hem no moisture; ne ...
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... seith, the fend entyced him; or elles he dide it for his youthe, or elles his complexioun is so corageous, that he may nat forbere; or elles it is his destinee, as he seith, unto a certein age; or elles, he seith, it cometh him of gentillesse of hise auncestres; and semblable thinges. Alle this manere of folk so wrappen hem in hir sinnes, that they ne wol nat delivere hem-self. For soothly, no wight that excuseth him wilfully of his sinne may nat been delivered of his sinne, til that he mekely biknoweth his sinne. After this, thanne cometh swering, that is expres ... [continues next]
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path, ther-as it is wont aryse. Alle thinges seken ayein to hir
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[continues previous] biginning of alle thinges, thilke same thing is soverein good
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[continues previous] to alle the forseide thinges; for thilke same blisfulnesse
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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alle thinges,' quod she, 'and alle the progressiouns of muable [continues next]
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to folye and to disordenaunce, sin that god ledeth and constreineth
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alle thinges by ordre? For this sentence is verray and
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semblable progressiouns of sedes and of sexes, that is to seyn,
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[continues previous] That speces of thinges and progressiouns
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Were eek to knowe a femele from a male, [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... the fend entyced him; or elles he dide it for his youthe, or elles his complexioun is so corageous, that he may nat forbere; or elles it is his destinee, as he seith, unto a certein age; or elles, he seith, it cometh him of gentillesse of hise auncestres; and semblable thinges. Alle this manere of folk so wrappen hem in hir sinnes, that they ne wol nat delivere hem-self. For soothly, no wight that excuseth him wilfully of his sinne may nat been delivered of his sinne, til that he mekely biknoweth his sinne. After this, thanne cometh swering, that ...
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[continues previous] alle thinges,' quod she, 'and alle the progressiouns of muable
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male and femele. And this ilke ordre constreineth the fortunes and
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[continues previous] Were eek to knowe a femele from a male,
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[continues previous] And for noone other cause: sey ye no?
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forth the ordre of causes, unable to ben y-bowed; and this ordre [continues next]
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constreineth by his propre stabletee the moevable thinges, or elles [continues next]
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to folye and to disordenaunce, sin that god ledeth and constreineth
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alle thinges by ordre? For this sentence is verray and
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the dedes of men by a bond of causes, nat able to ben unbounde;
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thinges by a bonde that may nat ben unbounde. Al be it so that [continues next]
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[continues previous] constreineth by his propre stabletee the moevable thinges, or elles
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nat able to ben wened to the poeple.' 'Why so?' quod she. [continues next]
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the whiche destinal causes, whan they passen out fro the biginninges
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[continues previous] the lyouns of the contre of Pene beren the faire chaynes, and
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acomplisshed. Certes, it is open thing, that the purviaunce is [continues next]
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[continues previous] nat able to ben wened to the poeple.' 'Why so?' quod she.
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of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they
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But what that god forwoot mot nedes be, [continues next]
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After the opinioun of certeyn clerkis. [continues next]
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... to his drinke, ne no bed but the naked erthe, for which his flesh was blak as an Ethiopen for hete and ny destroyed for cold, yet seyde he: that 'the brenninge of lecherie boiled in al his body.' Wherfore I woot wel sikerly, that they been deceyved that seyn, that they ne be nat tempted in hir body. Witnesse on Seint Iame the Apostel, that seith: that 'every wight is tempted in his owen concupiscence': that is to seyn, that everich of us hath matere and occasion to be tempted of the norissinge of sinne that is in his body. And ... [continues next]
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cheynes that ne mowen nat be unbounden. And dignitees that [continues next]
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as in that, it mot nedes ben nedy of foreine help.'
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soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be, [continues next]
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that verray blisfulnesse is set in soverein god.' [continues next]
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thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that [continues next]
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good; for whiche it mot nedes ben, that soverein blisfulnesse
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that the effect nis nat naturelly diverse, nedes the substance mot [continues next]
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oon; but whan it forleteth to ben oon, it mot nedes dyen and
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'Yis, thus it mot nedes be,' quod I. [continues next]
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'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat [continues next]
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pleinly, that they ne ben nat, ne han no beinge. For right as [continues next]
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medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen
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every man over other men; thanne mot it nedes be that shrewes, [continues next]
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which that shrewednesse hath cast out of the condicioun of mankinde, [continues next]
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whan men wene that they ne be nat punisshed.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] acomplisshed. Certes, it is open thing, that the purviaunce is
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[continues previous] an unmoevable and simple forme of thinges to done; and the
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god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of
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necessitee slydeth ayein in-to the contrarye partye: ne it ne [continues next]
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bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but [continues next]
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necessitee faileth hem, they ne mighten nat ben wist biforn, and [continues next]
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that no-thing ne may ben comprehended by science but certein; [continues next]
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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Hath shapen her that she mot nedes be [continues next]
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Agayns his wil, sin it mot nedes be, [continues next]
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ne be nat mutable. And thus ben the thinges ful wel y-governed,
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[continues previous] But what that god forwoot mot nedes be,
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[continues previous] ... drinke, ne no bed but the naked erthe, for which his flesh was blak as an Ethiopen for hete and ny destroyed for cold, yet seyde he: that 'the brenninge of lecherie boiled in al his body.' Wherfore I woot wel sikerly, that they been deceyved that seyn, that they ne be nat tempted in hir body. Witnesse on Seint Iame the Apostel, that seith: that 'every wight is tempted in his owen concupiscence': that is to seyn, that everich of us hath matere and occasion to be tempted of the norissinge of sinne that is in his body. And therfore seith Seint ...
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[continues previous] cheynes that ne mowen nat be unbounden. And dignitees that
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[continues previous] ben yeven to shrewede folk nat only ne maketh hem nat digne,
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ful of gladnesse, yif the forseyde thinges ben sothe; and certes, [continues next]
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[continues previous] soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be,
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nothing nis more worth. For alwey, of alle thinges, the nature
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of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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[continues previous] thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that
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[continues previous] that the effect nis nat naturelly diverse, nedes the substance mot
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unioignen the thinges that ben conioigned, yif ther ne were oon [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Yis, thus it mot nedes be,' quod I.
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[continues previous] 'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat
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[continues previous] nat that they ben shrewes; but I deneye, and seye simplely and
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[continues previous] pleinly, that they ne ben nat, ne han no beinge. For right as
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[continues previous] every man over other men; thanne mot it nedes be that shrewes,
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[continues previous] whan men wene that they ne be nat punisshed.'
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elles, he ne coude nat desire it. Or who may folwen thinges that ne
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ben nat y-wist? And thogh that he seke tho thinges, wher shal he
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[continues previous] necessitee slydeth ayein in-to the contrarye partye: ne it ne
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[continues previous] bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but
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covenable and necessarie. But thou mayst seyn, how may it be
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that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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[continues previous] necessitee faileth hem, they ne mighten nat ben wist biforn, and
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devyne lookinge, biholdinge alle thinges under him, ne troubleth
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nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward;
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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that yif these thinges ben referred to the devyne knowinge, thanne [continues next]
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[continues previous] Hath shapen her that she mot nedes be
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[continues previous] Agayns his wil, sin it mot nedes be,
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yif that the simplicitee dwellinge in the divyne thoght sheweth
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[continues previous] ful of gladnesse, yif the forseyde thinges ben sothe; and certes,
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[continues previous] unioignen the thinges that ben conioigned, yif ther ne were oon
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ordre, and his formes, of the stablenesse of the divyne thoght;
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and thilke divyne thought, that is y-set and put in the tour, that
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that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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of man that is perdurably in the divyne thoght. In whiche this [continues next]
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binethe the divyne thoght. For which, yif that we mowen, as [continues next]
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[continues previous] that yif these thinges ben referred to the devyne knowinge, thanne
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forth the ordre of causes, unable to ben y-bowed; and this ordre
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male and femele. And this ilke ordre constreineth the fortunes and [continues next]
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to folye and to disordenaunce, sin that god ledeth and constreineth [continues next]
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alle thinges by ordre? For this sentence is verray and [continues next]
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that the ordre of causes hath it-self; al-thogh that it ne seme nat
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[continues previous] of man that is perdurably in the divyne thoght. In whiche this
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[continues previous] binethe the divyne thoght. For which, yif that we mowen, as
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How the ordre of causes stant; but wel wot I,
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constreineth by his propre stabletee the moevable thinges, or elles
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and affermeth the moevable or wandringe thinges. For yif that [continues next]
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[continues previous] male and femele. And this ilke ordre constreineth the fortunes and
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[continues previous] the dedes of men by a bond of causes, nat able to ben unbounde;
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[continues previous] to folye and to disordenaunce, sin that god ledeth and constreineth
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[continues previous] alle thinges by ordre? For this sentence is verray and
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they sholden fleten folily. For which it is, that alle thinges semen
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thinges that ben knowen to alle folk. And of the felonyes and [continues next]
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thy-self ay stedefast and stable, and yevest alle othre thinges [continues next]
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and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought [continues next]
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'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben [continues next]
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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For either alle thinges ben referred and brought to nought, [continues next]
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And thilke thing, what-so-ever it be, by which that alle thinges [continues next]
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geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire, [continues next]
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goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to [continues next]
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I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which [continues next]
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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wolen preysen hem-self, may it semen to hem that they ben with-outen [continues next]
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[continues previous] and affermeth the moevable or wandringe thinges. For yif that
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This is the comune Love to alle thinges; and alle thinges axen [continues next]
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me,' quod she, 'to telle thing that is grettest of alle thinges that [continues next]
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that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put [continues next]
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with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that [continues next]
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to ben confus and trouble to us men, for we ne mowen nat considere
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... cause, men sholde nat seyn therefore that ye were a lyer ne forsworn. For the book seith, that "the wyse man maketh no lesing whan he turneth his corage to the bettre." And al-be-it so that your emprise be establissed and ordeyned by greet multitude of folk, yet thar ye nat accomplice thilke same ordinaunce but yow lyke. For the trouthe of thinges and the profit been rather founden in fewe folk that been wyse and ful of resoun, than by greet multitude of folk, ther every man cryeth and clatereth what that him lyketh. Soothly swich multitude is nat honeste. As to the seconde resoun, where-as ye seyn ... [continues next]
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... also who been they, and how manye been they, and whiche been they, that consenteden to your adversaries. And certes, as to the firste poynt, it is wel knowen whiche folk been they that consenteden to your hastif wilfulnesse; for trewely, alle tho that conseilleden yow to maken sodeyn werre ne been nat your freendes. Lat us now considere whiche been they, that ye holde so greetly your freendes as to your persone. For al-be-it so that ye be mighty and riche, certes ye ne been nat but allone. For certes, ye ne han no child but a doghter; ne ye ne han bretheren ne cosins germayns, ne noon ...
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But that science is so fer us biforn,
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We mowen nat, al-though we hadde it sworn,
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[continues previous] thinges that ben knowen to alle folk. And of the felonyes and
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richesses ne mowen nat passen in-to moche folke with-oute
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cheynes that ne mowen nat be unbounden. And dignitees that
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thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and [continues next]
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opinioun of usaunces. Now yif that dignitees thanne ne mowen
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nat maken folk digne of reverence, and yif that dignitees wexen
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goodes, whiche that ne mowen nat yeven that they biheten, ne
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[continues previous] thy-self ay stedefast and stable, and yevest alle othre thinges
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[continues previous] to ben moeved; ne foreine causes necesseden thee never to
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tho thinges that I have shewed, that ne mowen nat yeven that
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thus: that ther ne mowen nat ben two soverein goodes that
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[continues previous] and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought
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[continues previous] 'This is open and cleer,' quod she, 'that alle othre thinges ben
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[continues previous] referred and brought to good. For therefore is suffisaunce requered,
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[continues previous] of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that
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ne mowen nat sone dyen ne dryen, as longe as hir nature may
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[continues previous] For either alle thinges ben referred and brought to nought,
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[continues previous] ben y-maked and y-lad, I clepe him "god"; that is a word that
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feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen
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[continues previous] geteth and ateyneth to the ende of alle thinges that ben to desire,
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so doth distemperaunce to feble men, that ne mowen nat wrastlen
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ayeins the vyces. Ne knowen they nat thanne wel that they
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[continues previous] goode thinges may don alle thinges; and they that ben mighty to
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[continues previous] don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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[continues previous] wolen preysen hem-self, may it semen to hem that they ben with-outen
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[continues previous] This is the comune Love to alle thinges; and alle thinges axen
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[continues previous] to ben holden by the fyn of good. For elles ne mighten they nat
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[continues previous] mowen ben axed, and to the whiche questioun unnethes is ther
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[continues previous] that is destinee. For which it is, that alle thinges that ben put
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And som men, that ne mowen nat ben overcomen by torments,
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gode folk and shrewes, ne shrewes ne mowen nat acorden amonges
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thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde?
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comth to beestes that ne mowen nat moeven hem-self her and [continues next]
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wit and imaginacioun, ne mowen nat strecchen ne enhansen hem-self
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some thinges han certein and necessarie bitydinges, they ne
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mowen nat ben wist biforn certeinly to bityden. And thanne
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[continues previous] with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that
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put in god hope and preyeres, that ne mowen nat ben unspeedful
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thilke ordinaunce; natheles, the propre maner of every
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[continues previous] ... sholde nat seyn therefore that ye were a lyer ne forsworn. For the book seith, that "the wyse man maketh no lesing whan he turneth his corage to the bettre." And al-be-it so that your emprise be establissed and ordeyned by greet multitude of folk, yet thar ye nat accomplice thilke same ordinaunce but yow lyke. For the trouthe of thinges and the profit been rather founden in fewe folk that been wyse and ful of resoun, than by greet multitude of folk, ther every man cryeth and clatereth what that him lyketh. Soothly swich multitude is nat honeste. As to the seconde ...
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[continues previous] thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and
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[continues previous] wit is naked and despoiled of alle other knowinges, thilke wit
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thinge, dressinge hem to goode, disponeth hem alle.
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For certes, lord, ther nis noon of us alle, [continues next]
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Of Assuere enhaunced for to be. [continues next]
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... for to have swich poverte." And as the same Salomon seith: "bettre it is to dye of bitter deeth than for to liven in swich wyse." By thise resons that I have seid un-to yow, and by manye othere resons that I coude seye, I graunte yow that richesses been goode to hem that geten hem wel, and to hem that wel usen tho richesses. And therfore wol I shewe yow how ye shul have yow, and how ye shul here yow in gaderinge of richesses, and in what manere ye shul usen hem.
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... abhominable than thilke milk whan it is medled with other mete. Right so the sinful man that loveth his sinne, him semeth that it is to him most swete of any-thing; but fro that tyme that he loveth sadly our lord Iesu Crist, and desireth the lif perdurable, ther nis to him no-thing more abhominable. For soothly, the lawe of god is the love of god; for which David the prophete seith: 'I have loved thy lawe and hated wikkednesse and hate'; he that loveth god kepeth his lawe and his word. This tree saugh the prophete Daniel in spirit, up-on ... [continues next]
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sterre Sirius eschaufeth hem. Ther nis no-thing unbounde from [continues next]
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of alle goodes; for with-outen him nis ther no-thing founden [continues next]
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woldest; or soner than they hem-self wene to lakken mowinge to [continues next]
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For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing
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[continues previous] For certes, lord, ther nis noon of us alle,
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[continues previous] Of Assuere enhaunced for to be.
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[continues previous] Ther nis no-thing in gree superlatyf,
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... of his body, by a strenger resoun he defendeth and forbedeth a man to yeven him-self to his enemy. And nathelees I conseille you, that ye mistruste nat my lord. For I wool wel and knowe verraily, that he is debonaire and meke, large, curteys, and nothing desyrous ne coveitous of good ne richesse. For ther nis no-thing in this world that he desyreth, save only worship and honour. Forther-more I knowe wel, and am right seur, that he shal no-thing doon in this nede with-outen my conseil. And I shal so werken in this cause, that, by grace of our lord god, ye shul been reconsiled un-to ...
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... and seyde, 'Certes, sir,' quod she, 'ye han wel and goodly answered. For right as by the conseil, assent, and help of your freendes, ye han been stired to venge yow and maken werre, right so with-outen hir conseil shul ye nat accorden yow, ne have pees with your adversaries. For the lawe seith: "ther nis no-thing so good by wey of kinde, as a thing to been unbounde by him that it was y-bounde."'
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[continues previous] ... him more abhominable than thilke milk whan it is medled with other mete. Right so the sinful man that loveth his sinne, him semeth that it is to him most swete of any-thing; but fro that tyme that he loveth sadly our lord Iesu Crist, and desireth the lif perdurable, ther nis to him no-thing more abhominable. For soothly, the lawe of god is the love of god; for which David the prophete seith: 'I have loved thy lawe and hated wikkednesse and hate'; he that loveth god kepeth his lawe and his word. This tree saugh the prophete Daniel in spirit, up-on the avision of the king ...
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[continues previous] sterre Sirius eschaufeth hem. Ther nis no-thing unbounde from
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[continues previous] his olde lawe, ne forleteth the werke of his propre estat.
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Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by [continues next]
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken [continues next]
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that wenen that thilke thing that is right good, that it be eek right [continues next]
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] of alle goodes; for with-outen him nis ther no-thing founden
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that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that [continues next]
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'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat [continues next]
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don yvel that may don alle thinges.' [continues next]
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thinges wolen obeyen to him; and seydest, that the nature of yvel
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nis no-thing. And thise thinges ne shewedest thou nat with none
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ther nis nothing that may be don. For yif that wil lakketh, ther
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nis no wight that undertaketh to don that he wol nat don; and
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as by right that thilke thing be the mede of that; as thus: yif [continues next]
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[continues previous] don yvel. For ther nis no-thing so late in so shorte boundes of [continues next]
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that is don by wikkede folk nis nat don for yvel. The whiche [continues next]
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by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that
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they ne ben don rightfully and ordenely, to the profit of hem to
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'How shal it thanne be?' quod I. 'Nis ther thanne no-thing
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other thing, and an-other thing than thilke thing that men [continues next]
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in thinges that ben don for som other thing. But thilke ordre, [continues next]
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be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by [continues next]
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science ne may nat ben non other weys than as it is conceived. [continues next]
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thing that is y-wist nis nat knowen by his nature propre, but by [continues next]
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to seyn, fro tyme passed in-to tyme cominge; ne ther nis no-thing
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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Ne say nought, for noon yvel wille, [continues next]
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Thing that is to holden stille; [continues next]
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that is don by wikkede folk nis nat don for yvel. The whiche
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be now alderfirst assailed in perils by folk of wikkede maneres?
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Have I nat striven with ful greet stryf, in olde tyme, bifore the
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[continues previous] Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by
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[continues previous] resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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or thus, what may a man don to folk, that folk ne may don him the
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[continues previous] suffisaunt of himself unto him-self. And folyen swiche folk thanne,
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[continues previous] that wenen that thilke thing that is right good, that it be eek right
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[continues previous] that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that
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[continues previous] 'Thanne is yvel nothing,' quod she, 'sin that he ne may nat
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[continues previous] don yvel that may don alle thinges.'
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torments in stede of wikkede felounes. Of alle whiche thinges
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ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine,
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feblesse and infirmitee of wikkede folk, that ne mowen nat comen
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to that hir naturel entencioun ledeth hem, and yit almost thilke
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'But, certes, shrewes mowen don yvel,' quod she. [continues next]
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yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis
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nat yvel of the noumbir of thinges that oughte ben desired. But
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[continues previous] that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth
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[continues previous] as by right that thilke thing be the mede of that; as thus: yif
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'Certes,' quod she, 'ne is nis nat leveful to hem, as I shal wel
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yvel, than is more wrecchednesse to mowen don yvel; with-oute
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whiche mowinge the wrecched wil sholde languisshe with-oute
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despoyled of mowinge to don yvel.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] don yvel. For ther nis no-thing so late in so shorte boundes of
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wrong that men don nis nat the wrecchednesse of him that
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pitee of hem that don the grevaunces and the wronges; the [continues next]
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whiche shrewes, it were a more covenable thing, that the [continues next]
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[continues previous] For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing
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wikkede merite; of whiche shrewes the torment somtyme agasteth [continues next]
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othre to don felonyes, and somtyme it amendeth hem that suffren [continues next]
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[continues previous] other thing, and an-other thing than thilke thing that men
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[continues previous] entenden to don bitydeth by some causes, it is cleped "hap."
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[continues previous] in thinges that ben don for som other thing. But thilke ordre,
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[continues previous] be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by
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[continues previous] thing that is y-wist nis nat knowen by his nature propre, but by
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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[continues previous] Thing that is to holden stille;
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shrewes, as I have shewed ful plentivously, seken good, but
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[continues previous] 'But, certes, shrewes mowen don yvel,' quod she.
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[continues previous] losten sone thilke unselinesse, that is to seyn, that shrewes weren
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[continues previous] whiche shrewes, it were a more covenable thing, that the
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[continues previous] wikkede merite; of whiche shrewes the torment somtyme agasteth
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wikked errour mistorneth hem, ne the ordre cominge fro the
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folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro [continues next]
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'But the soverein good,' quod she, 'that is eveneliche purposed [continues next]
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good; ne thise wrecches ne comen nat to the effect of soverein [continues next]
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poynt of soverein good ne declyneth nat fro his biginninge. But
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But thou mayst seyn, thy princes han thee maked [continues next]
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His wyly wrenches thou ne mayst nat flee. [continues next]
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straunge folk, mayst thou seyn; but amonges hem ther they [continues next]
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[continues previous] folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro
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[continues previous] soverein good, that that thing nis nat soverein good; but certes,
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[continues previous] 'But the soverein good,' quod she, 'that is eveneliche purposed
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soverein good: Ne shrewes ne requeren nat lighte medes ne veyne
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[continues previous] thilke somme and of the heighte of thinges, that is to seyn, soverein
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[continues previous] good; ne thise wrecches ne comen nat to the effect of soverein
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[continues previous] good, the which they enforcen hem only to geten, by nightes and
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covenable and necessarie. But thou mayst seyn, how may it be [continues next]
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bityden. But thou mayst seyn, that of thilke same it is y-douted, [continues next]
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thy-self by thy free wil in-to dyverse acciouns. But thou mayst [continues next]
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But thou mayst seyn, the man sit not therfore, [continues next]
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thou mayst seyn, what unreste may ben a worse confusioun than
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Second Nun's Tale: 484

[continues previous] But thou mayst seyn, thy princes han thee maked
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 528

[continues previous] His wyly wrenches thou ne mayst nat flee.
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[continues previous] straunge folk, mayst thou seyn; but amonges hem ther they
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miracle; so that shrewes han maked shrewes to ben gode men. [continues next]
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[continues previous] covenable and necessarie. But thou mayst seyn, how may it be
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[continues previous] bityden. But thou mayst seyn, that of thilke same it is y-douted,
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[continues previous] thy-self by thy free wil in-to dyverse acciouns. But thou mayst
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[continues previous] seyn ayein: "How shal it thanne be? Shal nat the devyne
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O woful Mars! alas! what mayst thou seyn,
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[continues previous] Ther moot necessitee ben in yow bothe.
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[continues previous] But thou mayst seyn, the man sit not therfore,
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that gode men han somtyme adversitee and somtyme prosperitee,
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Melibee's Tale: 40

... shewinge me the perils and the yveles that mighten falle of this vengeance. But who-so wolde considere in alle vengeances the perils and yveles that mighte sewe of vengeance-takinge, a man wolde never take vengeance, and that were harm; for by the vengeance-takinge been the wikked men dissevered fro the gode men. And they that han wil to do wikkednesse restreyne hir wikked purpos, whan they seen the punissinge and chastysinge of the trespassours.' [And to this answerde dame Prudence: 'Certes,' seyde she, 'I graunte wel that of vengeaunce cometh muchel yvel and muchel good; but vengeaunce-taking aperteneth nat unto everichoon, but only unto Iuges and ...
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Parson's Tale: 30

... the bakbyter. After bakbyting cometh grucching or murmuracion; and somtyme it springeth of inpacience agayns god, and somtyme agayns man. Agayns god it is, whan a man gruccheth agayn the peynes of helle, or agayns poverte, or los of catel, or agayn reyn or tempest; or elles gruccheth that shrewes han prosperitee, or elles for that goode men han adversitee. And alle thise thinges sholde men suffre paciently, for they comen by the rightful Iugement and ordinance of god. Som-tyme comth grucching of avarice; as Iudas grucched agayns the Magdaleyne, whan she enoynte the heved of oure lord Iesu Crist with hir precious oynement. This maner murmure is swich as whan man gruccheth of goodnesse that ... [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 93

... as to speken of bodily peyne, it stant in preyeres, in wakinges, in fastinges, in vertuouse techinges of orisouns. And ye shul understonde, that orisouns or preyeres is for to seyn a pilous wil of herte, that redresseth it in god and expresseth it by word outward, to remoeven harmes and to han thinges espirituel and durable, and somtyme temporel thinges; of whiche orisouns, certes, in the orisoun of the Pater-noster, hath Iesu Crist enclosed most thinges. Certes, it is privileged of three thinges in his dignitee, for which it is more digne than any other preyere; for that Iesu Crist him-self maked it; and it is short, for ... [continues next]
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good man and worthy to han that prosperitee; and who-so hath [continues next]
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adversitee, he is a wikked man, and god hath forsake him, and [continues next]
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whom we seen thise thinges bityde. For certes, that adversitee [continues next]
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comth somtyme to shrewes, and somtyme that that they desiren, [continues next]
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[continues previous] miracle; so that shrewes han maked shrewes to ben gode men.
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and shrewes also now han thinges that they desiren, and now
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[continues previous] ... entente of the bakbyter. After bakbyting cometh grucching or murmuracion; and somtyme it springeth of inpacience agayns god, and somtyme agayns man. Agayns god it is, whan a man gruccheth agayn the peynes of helle, or agayns poverte, or los of catel, or agayn reyn or tempest; or elles gruccheth that shrewes han prosperitee, or elles for that goode men han adversitee. And alle thise thinges sholde men suffre paciently, for they comen by the rightful Iugement and ordinance of god. Som-tyme comth grucching of avarice; as Iudas grucched agayns the Magdaleyne, whan she enoynte the heved of oure lord Iesu Crist with hir precious oynement. This maner ...
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[continues previous] ... as to speken of bodily peyne, it stant in preyeres, in wakinges, in fastinges, in vertuouse techinges of orisouns. And ye shul understonde, that orisouns or preyeres is for to seyn a pilous wil of herte, that redresseth it in god and expresseth it by word outward, to remoeven harmes and to han thinges espirituel and durable, and somtyme temporel thinges; of whiche orisouns, certes, in the orisoun of the Pater-noster, hath Iesu Crist enclosed most thinges. Certes, it is privileged of three thinges in his dignitee, for which it is more digne than any other preyere; for that Iesu Crist him-self maked it; and it is short, for it sholde ...
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[continues previous] good man and worthy to han that prosperitee; and who-so hath
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that of manye thinges han they nede that manye thinges han; and [continues next]
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the causes and the endes of thise forseyde goodes, as they that [continues next]
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desiren richesses to han power and delytes; or elles they desiren [continues next]
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this [continues next]
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seith, that only wyse men may doon that they desiren; and
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shrewes mowen haunten that hem lyketh, but that they desiren,
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[continues previous] comth somtyme to shrewes, and somtyme that that they desiren,
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destinee, which that ne may nat ben inclyned, knitteth and streineth [continues next]
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alle thinges that men may desiren? Thanne sholde ther be doon [continues next]
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thinges that they haten? Whether men liven now in swich
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Gamelyn's Tale: 757

To loke how my yonge men leden here lyf,
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Whether they liven in Ioye or elles in stryf.'
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[continues previous] that of manye thinges han they nede that manye thinges han; and
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[continues previous] the causes and the endes of thise forseyde goodes, as they that
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[continues previous] the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this
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[continues previous] alle thinges that men may desiren? Thanne sholde ther be doon
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hoolnesse of thoght, (as who seyth, ben men now so wyse), that
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of beautee that oughte ben desired? as who seyth, non;
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'And in that that every wight may, in that men may holden
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him mighty; as who seyth, in so moche as man is mighty to don a
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it moste nedes ben that folk ben swiche as they wenen? But in [continues next]
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thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled
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with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat
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comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who
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seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat
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the conseiles of mankinde (as who seyth, that men han no power to
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Troilus and Criseyde 3: 1189

Leyde him to slepe, and seyde, 'if ye ben wyse, [continues next]
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Swowneth not now, lest more folk aryse.' [continues next]
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For wo, or elles whan that folk ben syke, [continues next]
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swiche folk as they demen to ben gode folk or shrewes, that
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remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first [continues next]
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may ben thought fouler than swiche preysinge? For thilke folk [continues next]
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that ben preysed falsly, they moten nedes han shame of hir [continues next]
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as I seyde a litel her-biforn that, sin ther mot nedes ben many [continues next]
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folk, to whiche folk the renoun of a man ne may nat comen, [continues next]
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whos regne I speke, that certes the gode folk ben alwey mighty, [continues next]
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and shrewes ben alwey out-cast and feble; ne the vyces ne ben [continues next]
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'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk [continues next]
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to the gode folk and to badde, the gode folk seken it by naturel
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thinges that I have graunted; that nedes gode folk moten ben [continues next]
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mighty, and shrewes feeble and unmighty.' [continues next]
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and thus stant this thing. For they that ben shrewes, I deneye [continues next]
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nat that they ben shrewes; but I deneye, and seye simplely and [continues next]
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maked blisful for they ben goode; and thilke folk that ben blisful, [continues next]
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medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen [continues next]
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every man over other men; thanne mot it nedes be that shrewes, [continues next]
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which that shrewednesse hath cast out of the condicioun of mankinde, [continues next]
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per-aventure, to some folk, yit moot it nedes be, that shrewes ben [continues next]
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'Have we nat thanne graunted,' quod she, 'that goode folk [continues next]
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ben blisful, and shrewes ben wrecches?' [continues next]
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yveles and aspre thinges: and yeveth ayeinward to gode folk hardnesses,
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and to shrewes he graunteth hem hir wil and that they
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[continues previous] it moste nedes ben that folk ben swiche as they wenen? But in [continues next]
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torment. But lat us graunte, I pose that som man may wel demen
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or knowen the gode folk and the badde; may he thanne knowen
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thinges that ben to done is taken to governe to gode folk, for that
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the malice haboundaunt of shrewes sholde ben abated. And god
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the torments. And the prosperitee that is yeven to shrewes
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sheweth a greet argument to gode folk, what thing they sholde
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demen of thilke welefulnesse, the whiche prosperitee men seen
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cause of continuacioun and exercysinge to gode folk and cause of
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torment to shrewes. For so as ther nis non alyaunce by-twixe
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gode folk and shrewes, ne shrewes ne mowen nat acorden amonges
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miracle; so that shrewes han maked shrewes to ben gode men. [continues next]
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For whan that som shrewes seen that they suffren wrongfully [continues next]
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it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed: [continues next]
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ther thanne purposed and bihight medes to gode folk, and peynes
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to badde folk, sin that no moevinge of free corage voluntarie ne
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is now demed for aldermost iust and most rightful, that is to seyn, [continues next]
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that shrewes ben punisshed, or elles that gode folk ben y-gerdoned: [continues next]
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the whiche folk, sin that hir propre wil ne sent hem nat to that oon [continues next]
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[continues previous] Swowneth not now, lest more folk aryse.'
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[continues previous] For wo, or elles whan that folk ben syke, [continues next]
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[continues previous] But esy sykes, swiche as been to lyke, [continues next]
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it moste nedes ben that folk ben swiche as they wenen? But in
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Merchant's Tale: 447

For whan they sawe it moste nedes be,
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And so it moste nedes, by resoun,
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[continues previous] remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first
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suffisaunt of himself unto him-self. And folyen swiche folk thanne,
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that wenen that thilke thing that is right good, that it be eek right
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tho dignitees. Who-so wolde thanne resonably wenen, that blisfulnesse