Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3 to Geoffrey Chaucer
Summary

Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3 has 148 lines, and 43% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 55% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 2% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 1.22 strong matches and 19.48 weak matches.

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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 128

What? bet than swiche fyve? ey, nay, y-wis! [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 3

'What doute is that?' quod she. 'For certes, I coniecte now
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 29

'Certes,' quod I, 'it nis no doute, that it is right worthy to
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 6

bityde me to knowe also to-gider god that is good.' [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 7

'Certes,' quod she, 'that shal I do thee by verray resoun, yif [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 71

'Certes,' quod she, 'ne ther-of thar thee nat doute. Now
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 20

'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 107

'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 70

purpos: whether of thise two demestow for more mighty?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 71

'Yif that I coniecte,' quod I, 'that thou wolt seye, algates yit
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 8

'Certes,' quod she, 'ne is nis nat leveful to hem, as I shal wel
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 55

as who seyth, it folweth of that which that is purposed biforn.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 56

'What is that?' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 57

'Certes,' quod she, 'that is, that thise wikked shrewes ben
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 2

have seyd?' Boece. 'What thing?' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 3

'Certes,' quod she, 'al-outrely, that alle fortune is good.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 46

'What is that?' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 47

'Certes,' quod she, 'it folweth or comth of thinges that ben
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Legend of Hypermnestra: 138

Now certes,' quod she, 'sin I am his wyf,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 127

[continues previous] 'Ye, holy god!' quod she, 'what thing is that?
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 128

[continues previous] What? bet than swiche fyve? ey, nay, y-wis!
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 4

by whiche thinges thou art troubled.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 7

[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'that shal I do thee by verray resoun, yif
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 6

some othre thinges. 'O,' quod I, 'thou that art gyderesse of [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 5

'It semeth,' quod I, 'to repugnen and to contrarien greetly,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 24

'So semeth it,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 28

'So it semeth,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 6

[continues previous] some othre thinges. 'O,' quod I, 'thou that art gyderesse of
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 54

'So semeth it,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 55

'But wikkede folk,' quod she, 'yif they geten the good that
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 76

'So semeth it,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 10

god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 84

manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 6

that god knoweth biforn alle thinges, and that ther is any freedom
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Melibee's Tale: 31

... persone and to warnestore your hous. And seyden also, that in this caas ye oghten for to werken ful avysely and with greet deliberacioun. And sir, as to the firste point, that toucheth to the keping of your persone; ye shul understonde that he that hath werre shal evermore mekely and devoutly preyen biforn alle thinges, that Iesus Crist of his grete mercy wol han him in his proteccioun, and been his sovereyn helping at his nede. For certes, in this world ther is no wight that may be conseilled ne kept suffisantly withouten the keping of our lord Iesu Crist. To this sentence accordeth the prophete ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 37

this libertee hath the freedom of conscience, that the wratthe of [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 3: 59

al-though that selde is ther any feith that fortunous thinges wolen
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 157

propre heved; or elles, yif ther be any thing to which that
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 158

alle thinges tenden and hyen, that thing moste ben the soverein
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 194

by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 2: 2

right as thou seyst. But I axe yif ther be any libertee of free wil [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 7

of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 8

god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 10

[continues previous] god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 11

[continues previous] knoweth biforn nat only the werkes of men, but also hir conseiles
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 84

[continues previous] manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 125

comprehended the forme, it knoweth and demeth alle the thinges
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 126

that ben under that forme. But she knoweth hem in thilke manere
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 175

the thinges that he knoweth biforn, thanne shal I answere thee
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 206

prescience, than is ther freedom of arbitre, that dwelleth hool and [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 7

of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne
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Melibee's Tale: 31

[continues previous] ... warnestore your hous. And seyden also, that in this caas ye oghten for to werken ful avysely and with greet deliberacioun. And sir, as to the firste point, that toucheth to the keping of your persone; ye shul understonde that he that hath werre shal evermore mekely and devoutly preyen biforn alle thinges, that Iesus Crist of his grete mercy wol han him in his proteccioun, and been his sovereyn helping at his nede. For certes, in this world ther is no wight that may be conseilled ne kept suffisantly withouten the keping of our lord Iesu Crist. To this sentence accordeth the prophete ...
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Nun's Priest's Tale: 311

Wher dremes ben somtyme (I sey nat alle) [continues next]
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Nun's Priest's Tale: 312

Warning of thinges that shul after falle. [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 10

... biginne, and hir defaute shal 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 ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 36

[continues previous] grevous discordes, that ne mighten ben relesed by preyeres; for
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 37

[continues previous] this libertee hath the freedom of conscience, that the wratthe of
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 72

as the peyne of the accusacioun aiuged biforn ne sholde nat [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 73

sodeinly henten ne punisshen wrongfully Albin, a counseiller of [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 16

put out of the cure of god. For of alle other thinges thou [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 17

ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh! [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 102

blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 57

shrewes. For contrarious thinges ne ben nat wont to ben [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 8: 43

ne ben nat weyes ne pathes that bringen men to blisfulnesse, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 102

'I graunte wel,' quod I; 'ne no sother thing ne may ben [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 34

good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 35

prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 45

'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 60

aboven alle thinges; and, yif so be that this good be in him
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 70

nothing nis more worth. For alwey, of alle thinges, the nature [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 71

of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 98

'Up-on thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'right as thise geometriens, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 162

thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 13

requered of many folkes ne ben nat verray goodes ne parfite, for [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 12: 10

ardaunt love of his wif brende the entrailes of his brest, ne the [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 12: 11

songes that hadden overcomen alle thinges ne mighten nat [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 25

woot and alle thinges may, and ne wole nat but only gode [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 38

never-mo with-oute peyne, ne the vertues ne ben nat with-oute [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 25

'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 62

'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 63

considere the nature of thinges ne the consequence of resouns.' [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 140

partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 143

pleinly, that they ne ben nat, ne han no beinge. For right as [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 174

don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 147

sterres and now in the erthe. But the poeple ne loketh nat on [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 148

thise thinges. What thanne? Shal we thanne aprochen us to [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 32

the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 33

thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 39

thanne of olde men it was cleped destinee. The whiche thinges,
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 40

yif that any wight loketh wel in his thought the strengthe of that
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 194

[continues previous] by adversitees; and of alle thinges ther nis no doute, that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 226

they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 2: 5

ne seeth nat god, maker of the grete world: to him, that loketh [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 2: 6

alle thinges from an heigh, ne withstondeth nat no thinges by [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 2: 9

thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 2: 10

he loketh and seeth alle thinges alone, thou mayst seyn that he is [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 2: 2

[continues previous] right as thou seyst. But I axe yif ther be any libertee of free wil
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 3: 23

elles, he ne coude nat desire it. Or who may folwen thinges that ne [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 6

[continues previous] that god knoweth biforn alle thinges, and that ther is any freedom [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 15

hath feled biforn. For yif that they mighten wrythen awey in [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 70

thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 122

whiche ther ne may ben thoght no more felonous ne more wikke; [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 133

alle thinges that men may desiren? Thanne sholde ther be doon [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 17

that thilke resouns of hem that assoilen this questioun ne ben [continues next]
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nat speedful y-nough ne sufficient: the whiche solucioun, or the [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 52

y-sustened by stidefast resoun, ne shal nat ben lad ne proeved by [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 55

that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 57

purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 85

certes, they semen to discorden. For thou wenest that, yif that
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 86

thinges ben y-seyn biforn, that necessitee folweth hem; and yif [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 87

necessitee faileth hem, they ne mighten nat ben wist biforn, and [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 88

that no-thing ne may ben comprehended by science but certein; [continues next]
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of matere, ne the imaginacioun ne loketh nat the universels [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 123

speces, ne resoun taketh nat the simple forme so as intelligence [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 57

some thinges han certein and necessarie bitydinges, they ne [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 58

mowen nat ben wist biforn certeinly to bityden. And thanne [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 26

al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it [continues next]
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ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 79

avyse the prescience, by which it knoweth alle thinges, thou ne [continues next]
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devyne lookinge, biholdinge alle thinges under him, ne troubleth [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 147

with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that [continues next]
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god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen [continues next]
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 197

alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] prescience, than is ther freedom of arbitre, that dwelleth hool and
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torments to wikked men. Ne in ydel ne in veyn ne ben ther nat [continues next]
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put in god hope and preyeres, that ne mowen nat ben unspeedful [continues next]
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ne with-oute effect, whan they ben rightful. [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 974

For som men seyn, if god seth al biforn, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 975

Ne god may not deceyved ben, pardee, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 8

god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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Merchant's Tale: 1118

In swich manere, it may nat ben expressed
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Nun's Priest's Tale: 311

[continues previous] Wher dremes ben somtyme (I sey nat alle)
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Parson's Tale: 16

The seconde partie of Penitence is Confession, that is signe of contricion. Now shul ye understonde what is Confession, and whether it oghte nedes be doon or noon, and whiche thinges been covenable to verray Confession. [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 1: 7

so that she was ful of so greet age, that men ne wolde nat trowen,
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 1: 8

in no manere, that she were of oure elde. The stature of hir was
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 72

[continues previous] as the peyne of the accusacioun aiuged biforn ne sholde nat
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 73

[continues previous] sodeinly henten ne punisshen wrongfully Albin, a counseiller of
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 9

'Certes,' quod I, 'I ne trowe nat in no manere, that so
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 17

[continues previous] ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh!
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 102

[continues previous] blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 6: 57

[continues previous] shrewes. For contrarious thinges ne ben nat wont to ben
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 7: 72

ther-to may be multiplyed, ne may nat, certes, ben comparisoned
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 8: 43

[continues previous] ne ben nat weyes ne pathes that bringen men to blisfulnesse,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 21

as in that, it mot nedes ben nedy of foreine help.' [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 102

[continues previous] 'I graunte wel,' quod I; 'ne no sother thing ne may ben
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 34

[continues previous] good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 43

soverein good is verray blisfulnesse: thanne mot it nedes be, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 45

[continues previous] 'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 71

[continues previous] of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 92

I have wel concluded that blisfulnesse and god ben the soverein
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good; for whiche it mot nedes ben, that soverein blisfulnesse
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ferme by resoun; ne a more worthy thing than god may nat
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 160

no good in it-self, ne semblaunce of good, it ne may nat wel in
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[continues previous] no manere be desired ne requered. And the contrarie: for
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 162

[continues previous] thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 13

[continues previous] requered of many folkes ne ben nat verray goodes ne parfite, for
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oon; but whan it forleteth to ben oon, it mot nedes dyen and
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'In which manere?' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 12: 10

[continues previous] ardaunt love of his wif brende the entrailes of his brest, ne the
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 12: 11

[continues previous] songes that hadden overcomen alle thinges ne mighten nat
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 47

nede of any help, he ne sholde nat have no ful suffisaunce?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 48

'Yis, thus it mot nedes be,' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 73

'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 25

[continues previous] woot and alle thinges may, and ne wole nat but only gode
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 38

[continues previous] never-mo with-oute peyne, ne the vertues ne ben nat with-oute
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 25

[continues previous] 'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 62

[continues previous] 'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 63

[continues previous] considere the nature of thinges ne the consequence of resouns.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 140

[continues previous] partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so,
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 143

[continues previous] pleinly, that they ne ben nat, ne han no beinge. For right as
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 174

[continues previous] don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 181

yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 42

medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 68

every man over other men; thanne mot it nedes be that shrewes, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 35

shrewednesse. For yif that shrewednesse maketh wrecches, than [continues next]
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mot he nedes ben most wrecched that lengest is a shrewe; the [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 147

[continues previous] sterres and now in the erthe. But the poeple ne loketh nat on
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 32

[continues previous] the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 5: 33

[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 109

of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 193

[continues previous] have yeven ensaumple to othre folk, that vertu may nat ben overcomen
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 6: 226

[continues previous] they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 1: 38

naught; but yif this ne may nat ben don, thanne is it nat possible,
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 2: 6

[continues previous] alle thinges from an heigh, ne withstondeth nat no thinges by
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 2: 9

[continues previous] thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 3: 23

[continues previous] elles, he ne coude nat desire it. Or who may folwen thinges that ne
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Metre 3: 24

[continues previous] ben nat y-wist? And thogh that he seke tho thinges, wher shal he
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 6

[continues previous] that god knoweth biforn alle thinges, and that ther is any freedom
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it [continues next]
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nat ben hid fro the purviaunce of god; and in this manere this
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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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it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed: [continues next]
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[continues previous] thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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[continues previous] ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled
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science ne may nat ben non other weys than as it is conceived.
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[continues previous] whiche ther ne may ben thoght no more felonous ne more wikke;
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[continues previous] destinee, which that ne may nat ben inclyned, knitteth and streineth
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ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is
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[continues previous] that thilke resouns of hem that assoilen this questioun ne ben
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[continues previous] nat speedful y-nough ne sufficient: the whiche solucioun, or the
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[continues previous] y-sustened by stidefast resoun, ne shal nat ben lad ne proeved by
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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[continues previous] purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that
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[continues previous] necessitee faileth hem, they ne mighten nat ben wist biforn, and
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[continues previous] that no-thing ne may ben comprehended by science but certein;
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strengthe; but the lowere strengthe ne aryseth nat in no manere
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[continues previous] of matere, ne the imaginacioun ne loketh nat the universels
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[continues previous] speces, ne resoun taketh nat the simple forme so as intelligence
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[continues previous] some thinges han certein and necessarie bitydinges, they ne
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[continues previous] mowen nat ben wist biforn certeinly to bityden. And thanne
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[continues previous] al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it
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[continues previous] ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But
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[continues previous] shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou
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[continues previous] nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward;
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[continues previous] with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that
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[continues previous] god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen
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[continues previous] Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne
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[continues previous] ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle
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[continues previous] alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges
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[continues previous] torments to wikked men. Ne in ydel ne in veyn ne ben ther nat
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[continues previous] put in god hope and preyeres, that ne mowen nat ben unspeedful
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[continues previous] ne with-oute effect, whan they ben rightful.
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That men ne may, in no manere,
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Agayns his wil, sin it mot nedes be,
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[continues previous] For som men seyn, if god seth al biforn,
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[continues previous] Ne god may not deceyved ben, pardee,
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of
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The purveyaunce, that God hath seyn biforn, [continues next]
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So strong it is, that, though the world had sworn [continues next]
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[continues previous] The seconde partie of Penitence is Confession, that is signe of contricion. Now shul ye understonde what is Confession, and whether it oghte nedes be doon or noon, and whiche thinges been covenable to verray Confession.
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ben hise in propre, than wol I graunte frely that alle thilke
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thinges weren thyne whiche that thou axest. Whan that nature
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[continues previous] as in that, it mot nedes ben nedy of foreine help.'
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[continues previous] that verray blisfulnesse is set in soverein god.'
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only
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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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[continues previous] every man over other men; thanne mot it nedes be that shrewes,
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[continues previous] which that shrewednesse hath cast out of the condicioun of mankinde,
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[continues previous] shrewednesse. For yif that shrewednesse maketh wrecches, than
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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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and ordinaunce clyvinge to moevable thinges, by the whiche
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disposicioun the purviaunce knitteth alle thinges in hir ordres;
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for purviaunce embraceth alle thinges to-hepe, al-thogh that they
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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] of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they
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descendeth fro the welle of purviaunce that ordeineth alle thinges
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in this manere they ben caitifs fro hir propre libertee. The whiche
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thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth,
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that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth
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thise two soothfast or verray thinges, that is to seyn, [continues next]
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bitwixen the purviaunce of god and free wil, that they ben singuler [continues next]
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that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath [continues next]
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[continues previous] seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that [continues next]
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[continues previous] bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but
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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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y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of [continues next]
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god bityden. And this thing only suffiseth y-nough to destroyen [continues next]
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comprehendeth it to be. What shal I thanne seyn? In whiche [continues next]
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manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god
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[continues previous] The purveyaunce, that God hath seyn biforn,
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nat unskilfully axed thus: "Yif god is, whennes comen wikkede [continues next]
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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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we oughten ben ashamed of our-self: as I, that seyde that [continues next]
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god refuseth only the werkes of men, and ne entremeteth nat of [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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[continues previous] thise two soothfast or verray thinges, that is to seyn,
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[continues previous] bitwixen the purviaunce of god and free wil, that they ben singuler
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'It semeth,' quod I, 'to repugnen and to contrarien greetly, [continues next]
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that god knoweth biforn alle thinges, and that ther is any freedom [continues next]
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hath feled biforn. For yif that they mighten wrythen awey in [continues next]
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[continues previous] that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath [continues next]
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[continues previous] seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that [continues next]
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that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to
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comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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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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[continues previous] god bityden. And this thing only suffiseth y-nough to destroyen
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ne be nat certein ne necessarie, who may weten biforn that thilke
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thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled
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[continues previous] comprehendeth it to be. What shal I thanne seyn? In whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be [continues next]
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whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it [continues next]
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folweth, that the freedom of the conseiles and of the werkes of [continues next]
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with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that [continues next]
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god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen [continues next]
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knoweth biforn nat only the werkes of men, but also hir conseiles
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[continues previous] nat unskilfully axed thus: "Yif god is, whennes comen wikkede
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[continues previous] god refuseth only the werkes of men, and ne entremeteth nat of
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[continues previous] that god knoweth biforn alle thinges, and that ther is any freedom
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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[continues previous] hath feled biforn. For yif that they mighten wrythen awey in
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[continues previous] seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that
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[continues previous] manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be
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[continues previous] whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it [continues next]
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[continues previous] folweth, that the freedom of the conseiles and of the werkes of [continues next]
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[continues previous] god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen
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and hir willes, thanne ne shal ther be no libertee of arbitre; ne,
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... of oure lord Iesu Crist'; wher-as he shal make a general congregacion, wher-as no man may been absent. For certes, there availleth noon essoyne ne excusacion. And nat only that oure defautes shullen be iuged, but eek that alle oure werkes shullen openly be knowe. And as seith Seint Bernard: 'ther ne shal no pledinge availle, ne no sleighte; we shullen yeven rekeninge of everich ydel word.' Ther shul we han a Iuge that may nat been deceived ne corrupt. And why? For, certes, alle our thoghtes been discovered as to him; ne for preyere ne for mede he shal nat been corrupt. And therfore seith Salomon: 'the ... [continues next]
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... 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 sinne in clothing, Crist wolde nat have noted and spoken of the clothing of thilke riche man in the gospel. And, as seith Seint Gregorie, that precious clothing is coupable for the derthe of it, and for his softenesse, and for his strangenesse and degysinesse, and for the superfluitee, or ... [continues next]
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'Yis,' quod she; 'ther is libertee of free wil. Ne ther ne was [continues next]
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[continues previous] folweth, that the freedom of the conseiles and of the werkes of
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Parlement of Foules: 207

Ne no man may ther wexe seek ne old; [continues next]
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That help ne lyth ther noon, ne reed, [continues next]
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Ne, pardee, harm may ther be noon ne sinne; [continues next]
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That in my gilt ther shal no thing be lorn,
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Ne I nil not rakle as for to greven here;
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certes, ther ne may be noon other dede, ne no wil, but thilke
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Clerk's Tale: 1007

Thou art my wyf, ne noon other I have,
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Ne never hadde, as god my soule save!
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For whan he wiste it may noon other be,
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... 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 other neigh kinrede, wherfore that your enemys, for drede, sholde stinte to plede with yow or to destroye your persone. Ye knowen also, that your richesses moten been dispended in diverse parties; and whan that every wight hath his part, they ne wollen taken but litel reward to venge thy deeth. ...
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Thanne bigan dame Prudence to maken semblant of wratthe, and seyde, 'certes, sir, sauf your grace, I love your honour and your profit as I do myn owene, and ever have doon; ne ye ne noon other syen never the contrarie. And yit, if I hadde seyd that ye sholde han purchaced the pees and the reconsiliacioun, I ne hadde nat muchel mistaken me, ne seyd amis. For the wyse man seith: "the dissensioun biginneth by another man, and the reconsiling bi-ginneth by thy-self." And the prophete ...
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[continues previous] ... they love hem togidre in the peyne of helle, whan they hated ech of hem other in the prosperitee of this lyf? For truste wel, hir fleshly love was deedly hate; as seith the prophete David: 'who-so that loveth wikkednesse he hateth his soule.' And who-so hateth his owene soule, certes, he may love noon other wight in no manere. And therefore, in helle is no solas ne no frendshipe, but evere the more fleshly kinredes that been in helle, the more cursinges, the more chydinges, and the more deedly hate ther is among hem. And forther-over, they shul have defaute of alle manere delyces; for ...
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[continues previous] ... 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 sinne in clothing, Crist wolde nat have noted and spoken of the clothing of thilke riche man in the gospel. And, as seith Seint Gregorie, that precious clothing is coupable for the derthe of it, and for his softenesse, and for his strangenesse and degysinesse, and for ...
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divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Yis,' quod she; 'ther is libertee of free wil. Ne ther ne was
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whiche ther ne may ben thoght no more felonous ne more wikke;
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[continues previous] Ne no man may ther wexe seek ne old;
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Romaunt of the Rose: 1618

[continues previous] That help ne lyth ther noon, ne reed,
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[continues previous] Ne, pardee, harm may ther be noon ne sinne;
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[continues previous] I wol my-self be with yow al this night.
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which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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aparailements! But for sothe that may nat ben doon. For yif [continues next]
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may boldely singe biforn theves, for he hath nat wherof to ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] maner, whan that men loken it in thilke pure clennesse of the
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[continues previous] divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] lokinge of the divyne thought, be cleped purviaunce; and thilke
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divyne spirits, servaunts to the divyne purviaunce, or elles by
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that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done, [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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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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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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god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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knoweth biforn nat only the werkes of men, but also hir conseiles [continues next]
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that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath [continues next]
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seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that [continues next]
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it [continues next]
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nat ben hid fro the purviaunce of god; and in this manere this
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thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat [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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thinges ben y-seyn biforn, that necessitee folweth hem; and yif [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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Which may not ben deceyved never-mo, [continues next]
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hath feled biforn. For yif that they mighten wrythen awey in
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[continues previous] aparailements! But for sothe that may nat ben doon. For yif
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[continues previous] may boldely singe biforn theves, for he hath nat wherof to ben
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[continues previous] that the divyne simplicitee of purviaunce hath ordeyned to done,
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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] god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god
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[continues previous] knoweth biforn nat only the werkes of men, but also hir conseiles
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[continues previous] that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath
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[continues previous] seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that
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[continues previous] thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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[continues previous] certes, they semen to discorden. For thou wenest that, yif that
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[continues previous] thinges ben y-seyn biforn, that necessitee folweth hem; and yif
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[continues previous] necessitee faileth hem, they ne mighten nat ben wist biforn, and
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[continues previous] Hath feled biforn, with-outen ignoraunce.
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For if ther mighte been a variaunce
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othre manere than they ben purveyed, than sholde ther be no
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to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they
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ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles,
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that ther be no prescience. Thanne axe I,' quod she, 'in as [continues next]
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thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to [continues next]
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and yif tho thinges that ne han no certein bitydinges ben purveyed
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as certein, it sholde ben dirknesse of opinioun, nat soothfastnesse
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Ther nere no prescience of thing cominge; [continues next]
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stedefast prescience of thing to comen, but rather an uncertein
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seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that
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[continues previous] that ther be no prescience. Thanne axe I,' quod she, 'in as
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[continues previous] no necessitee to thinges that men doon, right so the prescience of
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[continues previous] thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to
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shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou
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[continues previous] Ther nere no prescience of thing cominge; [continues next]
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opinioun; the whiche thing to trowen of god, I deme it felonye
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yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis [continues next]
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the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche [continues next]
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[continues previous] Ther nere no prescience of thing cominge;
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[continues previous] But it were rather an opinioun
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and unleveful. Ne I ne proeve nat thilke same resoun, as who
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... wrooth with the misdede of the man; as seith the prophete David, Irascimini et nolite peccare. Now understondeth, that wikked Ire is in two maneres, that is to seyn, sodeyn Ire or hastif Ire, withouten avisement and consentinge of resoun. The mening and the sens of this is, that the resoun of man ne consente nat to thilke sodeyn Ire; and thanne it is venial. Another Ire is ful wikked, that comth of felonye of herte avysed and cast biforn; with wikked wil to do vengeance, and therto his resoun consenteth; and soothly this is deedly sinne. This Ire is so displesant to god, that it troubleth his ... [continues next]
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken [continues next]
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as who seyth, I dar wel now suffren al the assautes of Fortune, and [continues next]
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of beautee that oughte ben desired? as who seyth, non; [continues next]
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[continues previous] yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis
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[continues previous] the deserte of felonye.' 'I ne may nat denye it,' quod I. 'Moche
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libertee of willinge and of nillinge. But I ne ordeyne nat, as who [continues next]
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seyth, I ne graunte nat, that this libertee be evene-lyk in alle [continues next]
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seyth, I ne alowe nat, or I ne preyse nat, thilke same resoun, by [continues next]
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but as it were y-travailed, as who seyth, that thilke answere [continues next]
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procedeth right as thogh men travaileden, or weren bisy to enqueren, [continues next]
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For that is the cause why that science wanteth lesing (as who [continues next]
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seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for [continues next]
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nat. But certes, it is now certein that the proeve of this,
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y-sustened by stidefast resoun, ne shal nat ben lad ne proeved by
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of matere, ne the imaginacioun ne loketh nat the universels [continues next]
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speces, ne resoun taketh nat the simple forme so as intelligence [continues next]
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and the sensible material conceived by wit; ne it ne useth nat nor
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of resoun ne of imaginacioun ne of wit withoute-forth; but it
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seyth, I ne alowe nat, or I ne preyse nat, thilke same resoun, by
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... been answered. For I seye, that it is no folie to chaunge conseil whan the thing is chaunged; or elles whan the thing semeth otherweyes than it was biforn. And more-over I seye, that though ye han sworn and bihight to perfourne your emprise, and nathelees ye weyve to perfourne thilke same emprise by Iuste 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 ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... wrooth with the misdede of the man; as seith the prophete David, Irascimini et nolite peccare. Now understondeth, that wikked Ire is in two maneres, that is to seyn, sodeyn Ire or hastif Ire, withouten avisement and consentinge of resoun. The mening and the sens of this is, that the resoun of man ne consente nat to thilke sodeyn Ire; and thanne it is venial. Another Ire is ful wikked, that comth of felonye of herte avysed and cast biforn; with wikked wil to do vengeance, and therto his resoun consenteth; and soothly this is deedly sinne. This Ire is so displesant to god, that it troubleth his ...
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... what nedeth man thanne to been despeired, sith that his mercy so redy is and large? Axe and have. Thanne cometh Sompnolence, that is, sluggy slombringe, which maketh a man be hevy and dul, in body and in soule; and this sinne comth of Slouthe. And certes, the tyme that, by wey of resoun, men sholde nat slepe, that is by the morwe; but-if ther were cause resonable. For soothly, the morwe-tyde is most covenable, a man to seye his preyeres, and for to thinken on god, and for to honoure god, and to yeven almesse to the povre, that first cometh in the name of Crist. Lo! what seith Salomon: ... [continues next]
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ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh! [continues next]
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[continues previous] Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by [continues next]
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[continues previous] resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken [continues next]
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[continues previous] as who seyth, I dar wel now suffren al the assautes of Fortune, and
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[continues previous] of beautee that oughte ben desired? as who seyth, non;
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[continues previous] thanne ne mowen they yeven no beautee of dignitee to non other.
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that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that [continues next]
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same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne [continues next]
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to seyn, the same peyne that they suffren, which that is good by
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the resoun of Iustice; and whan thilke same shrewes ascapen
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And som men, that ne mowen nat ben overcomen by torments, [continues next]
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[continues previous] libertee of willinge and of nillinge. But I ne ordeyne nat, as who
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[continues previous] seyth, I ne graunte nat, that this libertee be evene-lyk in alle
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[continues previous] and unleveful. Ne I ne proeve nat thilke same resoun, as who
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[continues previous] seyth, I ne alowe nat, or I ne preyse nat, thilke same resoun, by
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[continues previous] but as it were y-travailed, as who seyth, that thilke answere
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[continues previous] seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for
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[continues previous] of matere, ne the imaginacioun ne loketh nat the universels
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[continues previous] speces, ne resoun taketh nat the simple forme so as intelligence
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this same considereth wel resoun; but that nis nat by imaginacioun [continues next]
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which that som men wenen that they mowen assoilen and
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[continues previous] ... it is no folie to chaunge conseil whan the thing is chaunged; or elles whan the thing semeth otherweyes than it was biforn. And more-over I seye, that though ye han sworn and bihight to perfourne your emprise, and nathelees ye weyve to perfourne thilke same emprise by Iuste 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 ...
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[continues previous] ... Allas! what nedeth man thanne to been despeired, sith that his mercy so redy is and large? Axe and have. Thanne cometh Sompnolence, that is, sluggy slombringe, which maketh a man be hevy and dul, in body and in soule; and this sinne comth of Slouthe. And certes, the tyme that, by wey of resoun, men sholde nat slepe, that is by the morwe; but-if ther were cause resonable. For soothly, the morwe-tyde is most covenable, a man to seye his preyeres, and for to thinken on god, and for to honoure god, and to yeven almesse to the povre, that first cometh in the name of Crist. Lo! what ...
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[continues previous] ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh!
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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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whiche men, som of hem wenen that sovereyn good be to liven
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maken nede, what may it thanne be, that ye wenen that richesses
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mowen yeven you suffisaunce?
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[continues previous] that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that
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[continues previous] same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne
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requered for men wenen that they ben goode, who is he that
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[continues previous] And som men, that ne mowen nat ben overcomen by torments,
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bityden to shrewes, certes, no man ne wondreth; for alle men
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wenen that they han wel deserved it, and that they ben of
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that thilke resouns of hem that assoilen this questioun ne ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] this same considereth wel resoun; but that nis nat by imaginacioun
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unknitten the knotte of this questioun. For, certes, they seyn
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worthy of honour and of reverence? Certes, nay. For that thing [continues next]
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som-tyme to wondren on foule thinges; the which hevene, certes, [continues next]
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nis nat rather for thise thinges to ben wondred up-on, than for [continues next]
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thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.' [continues next]
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soverein good, that that thing nis nat soverein good; but certes, [continues next]
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to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they [continues next]
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[continues previous] that thilke resouns of hem that assoilen this questioun ne ben
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absolut and unbounden. But thou wolt seyn that, al-be-it so that [continues next]
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nat. But certes, it is now certein that the proeve of this, [continues next]
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But, certes, right as we trowen that tho thinges which that the [continues next]
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that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne [continues next]
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that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath
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Knight's Tale: 807

The purveyaunce, that God hath seyn biforn, [continues next]
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dredeth or desireth thing that nis nat stable of his right, that
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[continues previous] worthy of honour and of reverence? Certes, nay. For that thing
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[continues previous] nis neither foul ne worthy to ben despised, that wel neigh al the
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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] 'But whennes,' quod I, 'that any sorwe mighte comen to this
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[continues previous] thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.'
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that is dyvers from any thing, that thilke thing nis nat that
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same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne
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[continues previous] soverein good, that that thing nis nat soverein good; but certes,
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[continues previous] that were a felonous corsednesse to thinken that of him that
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of the entencioun of nature. For the purviaunce of god hath
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yeven to thinges that ben creat of him this, that is a ful
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bitwixen the purviaunce of god and free wil, that they ben singuler [continues next]
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god [continues next]
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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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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it
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[continues previous] to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they
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whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it [continues next]
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whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause
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of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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[continues previous] absolut and unbounden. But thou wolt seyn that, al-be-it so that
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[continues previous] prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges
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[continues previous] certes, thilke prescience ne mighte nat be signe of thing that nis
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[continues previous] nat. But certes, it is now certein that the proeve of this,
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne
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seyn it biforn that is to comen, but rather the contrarye, and that
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Knight's Tale: 807

[continues previous] The purveyaunce, that God hath seyn biforn,
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Knight's Tale: 808

[continues previous] So strong it is, that, though the world had sworn
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... shulle understonde this principally; that whan we doon deedly sinne, it is for noght thanne to rehercen or drawen in-to memorie the gode werkes that we han wroght biforn.' For certes, in the werkinge of the deedly sinne, ther is no trust to no good werk that we han doon biforn; that is to seyn, as for to have therby the lyf perdurable in hevene. But nathelees, the gode werkes quiken agayn, and comen agayn, and helpen, and availlen to have the lyf perdurable in hevene, whan we han contricion. But soothly, the gode werkes that men doon whyl they been in deedly sinne, for-as-muche as they were ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] thise two soothfast or verray thinges, that is to seyn,
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y-seyn biforn, that is to seyn, the grete somme in his minde: so that
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[continues previous] been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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[continues previous] god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god
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[continues previous] knoweth biforn nat only the werkes of men, but also hir conseiles
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived, [continues next]
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[continues previous] hath feled biforn. For yif that they mighten wrythen awey in [continues next]
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stedefast prescience of thing to comen, but rather an uncertein
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ne be nat certein ne necessarie, who may weten biforn that thilke [continues next]
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thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled [continues next]
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[continues previous] whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it
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[continues previous] with-oute doute, alle the thinges shollen ben doon which that
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[continues previous] god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it
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[continues previous] ... have sorwe and to be deed. This suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, after that he hadde be bitraysed of his disciple, and distreyned and bounde, 'so that his blood brast out at every nail of hise handes,' as seith seint Augustin. And forther-over, for-as-muchel as reson of man ne wol nat daunte sensualitee whan it may, therfore is man worthy to have shame; and this suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, whan they spetten in his visage. And forther-over, for-as-muchel thanne as the caitif body of man is rebel bothe to reson and to sensualitee, therfore is it worthy the deeth. And this suffred oure lord Iesu ... [continues next]
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... to destroyen alle spirituel thinges. Loke how that fyr of smale gledes, that been almost dede under asshen, wollen quike agayn whan they been touched with brimstoon; right so Ire wol everemo quiken agayn, whan it is touched by the pryde that is covered in mannes herte. For certes fyr ne may nat comen out of no-thing, but-if it were first in the same thing naturelly; as fyr is drawen out of flintes with steel. And right so as pryde is ofte tyme matere of Ire, right so is rancour norice and keper of Ire. Ther is a maner tree, as seith seint Isidre, that whan men maken fyr ... [continues next]
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maner shewinge of wrecchednesse that is to comen? Ne it ne [continues next]
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suffyseth nat only to loken on thinge that is present biforn the [continues next]
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yit may it nat ben with-holden that it ne goth away whan it wole. [continues next]
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ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen [continues next]
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ther-to may be multiplyed, ne may nat, certes, ben comparisoned [continues next]
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to the perdurabletee that is endeles; for of thinges that han ende [continues next]
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verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie [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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it befalleth that he, that thou wenest be glorious and renomed, [continues next]
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'For sothe,' quod I, 'I see wel now that suffisaunce may nat [continues next]
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comen by richesses, ne power by reames, ne reverence by [continues next]
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'But whennes,' quod I, 'that any sorwe mighte comen to this
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thing that is swiche, certes, I may nat thinke.'
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thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed [continues next]
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that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle [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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'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which [continues next]
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that ne ben nat taken fro with-oute the compas of thing of which [continues next]
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never-mo with-oute peyne, ne the vertues ne ben nat with-oute [continues next]
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mede; and that blisfulnesses comen alwey to goode folk, and [continues next]
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'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed [continues next]
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yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis [continues next]
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naught; but yif this ne may nat ben don, thanne is it nat possible, [continues next]
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived, [continues next]
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that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath
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thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] ne be nat certein ne necessarie, who may weten biforn that thilke [continues next]
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[continues previous] thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled [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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uneschewably, and so may be that it is possible that they ne [continues next]
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shollen nat comen, god is deceived. But nat only to trowen that [continues next]
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destinee, which that ne may nat ben inclyned, knitteth and streineth [continues next]
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which that is inestimable, that is to seyn, that it is so greet, that it [continues next]
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ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is [continues next]
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of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that [continues next]
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that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that [continues next]
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ne sholden we nat demen; but rather, al-thogh that they shal [continues next]
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to comen. Ne it confoundeth nat the Iugement of thinges; but [continues next]
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nat ben hid fro the purviaunce of god; and in this manere this
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[continues previous] ... and to be deed. This suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, after that he hadde be bitraysed of his disciple, and distreyned and bounde, 'so that his blood brast out at every nail of hise handes,' as seith seint Augustin. And forther-over, for-as-muchel as reson of man ne wol nat daunte sensualitee whan it may, therfore is man worthy to have shame; and this suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, whan they spetten in his visage. And forther-over, for-as-muchel thanne as the caitif body of man is rebel bothe to reson and to sensualitee, therfore is it worthy the ...
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[continues previous] ... alle spirituel thinges. Loke how that fyr of smale gledes, that been almost dede under asshen, wollen quike agayn whan they been touched with brimstoon; right so Ire wol everemo quiken agayn, whan it is touched by the pryde that is covered in mannes herte. For certes fyr ne may nat comen out of no-thing, but-if it were first in the same thing naturelly; as fyr is drawen out of flintes with steel. And right so as pryde is ofte tyme matere of Ire, right so is rancour norice and keper of Ire. Ther is a maner tree, as seith seint ...
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[continues previous] suffyseth nat only to loken on thinge that is present biforn the
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[continues previous] yit may it nat ben with-holden that it ne goth away whan it wole.
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[continues previous] ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen
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[continues previous] ther-to may be multiplyed, ne may nat, certes, ben comparisoned
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'Than is this thinge torned in-to the contrarye,' quod she. [continues next]
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[continues previous] verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie
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[continues previous] folk, to whiche folk the renoun of a man ne may nat comen,
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[continues previous] 'For sothe,' quod I, 'I see wel now that suffisaunce may nat
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[continues previous] thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed
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[continues previous] good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben
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[continues previous] 'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid
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[continues previous] of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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[continues previous] that ne ben nat taken fro with-oute the compas of thing of which
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[continues previous] never-mo with-oute peyne, ne the vertues ne ben nat with-oute
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[continues previous] 'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed
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[continues previous] yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis
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[continues previous] naught; but yif this ne may nat ben don, thanne is it nat possible,
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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[continues previous] which that the divyne purviaunce, that may nat ben desseived,
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[continues previous] thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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[continues previous] ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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[continues previous] thing is to comen? For right as science ne may nat ben medled
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[continues previous] science ne may nat ben non other weys than as it is conceived.
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[continues previous] shollen nat comen, god is deceived. But nat only to trowen that
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[continues previous] destinee, which that ne may nat ben inclyned, knitteth and streineth
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[continues previous] ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is
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[continues previous] of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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[continues previous] purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen. Ne it confoundeth nat the Iugement of thinges; but
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And in this manere this necessitee [continues next]
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Retorneth in his part contrarie agayn. [continues next]
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necessitee slydeth ayein in-to the contrarye partye: ne it ne
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... the richer that he is, the gretter despenses moste he make, if he wole have worship and victorie." And Salomon seith: that "the gretter richesses that a man hath, the mo despendours he hath." And dere sire, al-be-it so that for your richesses ye mowe have muchel folk, yet bihoveth it nat, ne it is nat good, to biginne werre, where-as ye mowe in other manere have pees, un-to your worship and profit. For the victories of batailles that been in this world, lyen nat in greet nombre or multitude of the peple ne in the vertu of man; but it lyth in the ... [continues next]
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blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Than is this thinge torned in-to the contrarye,' quod she.
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thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif [continues next]
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it ne slydeth nat in-to outterest foreine thinges, ne ne receiveth [continues next]
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so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel [continues next]
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a merveile to seyen: that shrewes, whiche that contienen the more [continues next]
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partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so, [continues next]
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medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen [continues next]
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dredeth thinges that ne oughten nat to ben dred, men shal holden [continues next]
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the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute [continues next]
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of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they [continues next]
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ne be nat mutable. And thus ben the thinges ful wel y-governed, [continues next]
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is lyke a merveil or a miracle to hem that ne knowen it nat), why that [continues next]
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bityden to shrewes, certes, no man ne wondreth; for alle men [continues next]
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they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For [continues next]
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elles, he ne coude nat desire it. Or who may folwen thinges that ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed: [continues next]
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[continues previous] covenable and necessarie. But thou mayst seyn, how may it be [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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[continues previous] purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that [continues next]
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[continues previous] ne sholden we nat demen; but rather, al-thogh that they shal [continues next]
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facultee or power of thinges that ben y-knowe? Ne that nis nat [continues next]
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some thinges han certein and necessarie bitydinges, they ne [continues next]
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devyne lookinge, biholdinge alle thinges under him, ne troubleth [continues next]
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] And in this manere this necessitee
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bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but
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Now is it resoun and tyme that I shewe yow, whanne, and wherfore, that ye may chaunge your conseil with-outen your repreve. Soothly, a man may chaungen his purpos and his conseil if the cause cesseth, or whan a newe caas bitydeth. For the lawe seith: that "upon thinges that newely bityden bihoveth newe conseil." And Senek seith: "if thy conseil is comen to the eres of thyn enemy, chaunge thy conseil." Thou mayst also chaunge thy conseil if so be that thou finde that, by errour or by other cause, harm or damage may bityde. Also, if thy conseil be dishonest, or ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... for the richer that he is, the gretter despenses moste he make, if he wole have worship and victorie." And Salomon seith: that "the gretter richesses that a man hath, the mo despendours he hath." And dere sire, al-be-it so that for your richesses ye mowe have muchel folk, yet bihoveth it nat, ne it is nat good, to biginne werre, where-as ye mowe in other manere have pees, un-to your worship and profit. For the victories of batailles that been in this world, lyen nat in greet nombre or multitude of the peple ne in the vertu of man; but it lyth in the wil and ...
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous
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[continues previous] thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif
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[continues previous] it ne slydeth nat in-to outterest foreine thinges, ne ne receiveth
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[continues previous] so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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[continues previous] partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so,
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[continues previous] medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen [continues next]
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[continues previous] bityden in guerdoun of goode, that also mot the peyne of yvel [continues next]
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[continues previous] dredeth thinges that ne oughten nat to ben dred, men shal holden
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[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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[continues previous] of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they
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[continues previous] ne be nat mutable. And thus ben the thinges ful wel y-governed,
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[continues previous] is lyke a merveil or a miracle to hem that ne knowen it nat), why that
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[continues previous] swete thinges ben covenable to some bodies that ben hole, and to
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[continues previous] it comth of thise forseide causes. And of sorwful thinges that
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[continues previous] bityden to shrewes, certes, no man ne wondreth; for alle men
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[continues previous] they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For
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[continues previous] elles, he ne coude nat desire it. Or who may folwen thinges that ne
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[continues previous] ben nat y-wist? And thogh that he seke tho thinges, wher shal he
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [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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[continues previous] bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but [continues next]
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[continues previous] it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed: [continues next]
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y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of [continues next]
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god bityden. And this thing only suffiseth y-nough to destroyen
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to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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[continues previous] But, certes, right as we trowen that tho thinges which that the [continues next]
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[continues previous] purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that
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necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which [continues next]
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[continues previous] facultee or power of thinges that ben y-knowe? Ne that nis nat
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[continues previous] mowen nat ben wist biforn certeinly to bityden. And thanne
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[continues previous] nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne
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[continues previous] ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle
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That ben purveyed; but nedely, as they seyn, [continues next]
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Bihoveth it that thinges, whiche that falle, [continues next]
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it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed:
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[continues previous] Now is it resoun and tyme that I shewe yow, whanne, and wherfore, that ye may chaunge your conseil with-outen your repreve. Soothly, a man may chaungen his purpos and his conseil if the cause cesseth, or whan a newe caas bitydeth. For the lawe seith: that "upon thinges that newely bityden bihoveth newe conseil." And Senek seith: "if thy conseil is comen to the eres of thyn enemy, chaunge thy conseil." Thou mayst also chaunge thy conseil if so be that thou finde that, by errour or by other cause, harm or damage may bityde. Also, if thy conseil be dishonest, or ...
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thinges? And yif god ne is, whennes comen gode thinges?" [continues next]
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But al hadde it ben leveful that felonous folk, that now desiren [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou wost wel whennes that alle thinges
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ben comen and procedeth?'
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remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first
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we han shewed apertly that alle thinges that ben parfit ben
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first or thinges that ben unparfit; and for-thy, for as moche as
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that alle thinges, that oughten ben desired, ben referred to good,
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[continues previous] medes ben contrarye, it mot nedes ben, that right as we seen
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swiche folk as they demen to ben gode folk or shrewes, that
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it moste nedes ben that folk ben swiche as they wenen? But in
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by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren.
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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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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and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben
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to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to [continues next]
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comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who [continues next]
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mochel as apertieneth to that, sholden thanne thinges that comen
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of free wil ben constreined to bityden by necessitee?'
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thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden
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ben necessarie. For every signe sheweth and signifyeth only what
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[continues previous] covenable and necessarie. But thou mayst seyn, how may it be
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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[continues previous] same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute
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[continues previous] nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward; [continues next]
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For needfully bihoveth it not to be
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[continues previous] That thilke thinges fallen in certayn
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[continues previous] Bihoveth it that thinges, whiche that falle,
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[continues previous] That they in certayn ben purveyed alle.
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That it bihoveth that the bifallinge
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Of thinges wist biforen certeynly
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but as it were y-travailed, as who seyth, that thilke answere
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[continues previous] But al hadde it ben leveful that felonous folk, that now desiren
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is good; this is to seyn, as who seyth, that beinge and unitee and
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as who seyth, it folweth of that which that is purposed biforn.
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as who seyth, but for to comprehende and telle a fewe thinges of the
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effect of any gode; as who seyth, that yvel is good only to the might
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and unleveful. Ne I ne proeve nat thilke same resoun, as who [continues next]
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seyth, I ne alowe nat, or I ne preyse nat, thilke same resoun, by [continues next]
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other syde (as who seyth, that al-thogh the cause of sooth comth [continues next]
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with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to
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the conseiles of mankinde (as who seyth, that men han no power to [continues next]
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ben referred to the maker of alle good (as who seyth, than folweth
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it, that god oughte han the blame of oure vyces, sin he constreineth us
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[continues previous] But, certes, right as we trowen that tho thinges which that the
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[continues previous] but, as to the condicioun of tyme, forsothe, they ben future. For
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Of thyn answere avyse thee right weel; [continues next]
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For, thogh that thou reneyed hast my lay, [continues next]
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procedeth right as thogh men travaileden, or weren bisy to enqueren,
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[continues previous] and unleveful. Ne I ne proeve nat thilke same resoun, as who
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[continues previous] other syde (as who seyth, that al-thogh the cause of sooth comth
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[continues previous] with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat
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[continues previous] the conseiles of mankinde (as who seyth, that men han no power to
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[continues previous] Of thyn answere avyse thee right weel;
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[continues previous] For, thogh that thou reneyed hast my lay,
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To enqueren which thing cause of which thing be; [continues next]
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the whiche thing is cause of the whiche thing:as, whether the
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that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce. [continues next]
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that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to [continues next]
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thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that [continues next]
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whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause [continues next]
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prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges [continues next]
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ne bitydeth by necessitee, so that it may appere that the prescience [continues next]
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that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne [continues next]
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[continues previous] To enqueren which thing cause of which thing be; [continues next]
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[continues previous] As whether that the prescience of god is [continues next]
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The certayn cause of the necessitee [continues next]
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That fallinge of the thinges temporel [continues next]
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prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles
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[continues previous] that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce. [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to [continues next]
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[continues previous] comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of [continues next]
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[continues previous] is this thing that we seyn, that the bitydinge of temporel
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[continues previous] thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that
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hem certein necessitee of thinges to comen: thanne ne [continues next]
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preyeres ne han no strengthes, by the necessitee of thinges to [continues next]
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comen y-received, what thing is ther thanne by whiche we mowen [continues next]
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[continues previous] whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause [continues next]
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[continues previous] of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that [continues next]
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drawestow nat arguments from elles-where of the necessitee of
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thinges to-comen (as who seith, any other wey than thus) but that
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that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as [continues next]
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[continues previous] prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden [continues next]
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[continues previous] ne bitydeth by necessitee, so that it may appere that the prescience
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[continues previous] is signe of this necessitee; or elles, yif ther nere no necessitee,
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same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute [continues next]
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necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which [continues next]
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no necessitee to thinges that men doon, right so the prescience of [continues next]
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thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to [continues next]
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[continues previous] that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne
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[continues previous] prescience, than is ther freedom of arbitre, that dwelleth hool and
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[continues previous] To enqueren which thing cause of which thing be; [continues next]
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[continues previous] As whether that the prescience of god is [continues next]
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[continues previous] Of thinges that to comen been, pardee; [continues next]
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Or if necessitee of thing cominge [continues next]
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[continues previous] That fallinge of the thinges temporel
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[continues previous] Is cause of goddes prescience eternel.
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that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce.
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the whiche thing is cause of the whiche thing: — as, whether the
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[continues previous] prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles
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[continues previous] that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce.
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[continues previous] that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to
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[continues previous] comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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it, that I may make semblable skiles of the purviaunce of god
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and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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[continues previous] y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of
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[continues previous] hem certein necessitee of thinges to comen: thanne ne
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[continues previous] preyeres ne han no strengthes, by the necessitee of thinges to
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[continues previous] comen y-received, what thing is ther thanne by whiche we mowen
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[continues previous] whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause
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[continues previous] of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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[continues previous] that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as
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[continues previous] prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden
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[continues previous] same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute
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[continues previous] necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which
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[continues previous] no necessitee to thinges that men doon, right so the prescience of
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[continues previous] thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to
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[continues previous] As whether that the prescience of god is
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[continues previous] The certayn cause of the necessitee
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[continues previous] Of thinges that to comen been, pardee;
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[continues previous] Or if necessitee of thing cominge
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How the ordre of causes stant; but wel wot I, [continues next]
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And of the thinges that to comen be;
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But I ne enforce me nat now to shewen it, that the bitydinge of
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... shrift sholde be ful of teres, if man may; and if man may nat wepe with hise bodily eyen, lat him wepe in herte. Swich was the confession of seint Peter; for after that he hadde forsake Iesu Crist, he wente out and weep ful bitterly. The fourthe signe is, that he ne lette nat for shame to shewen his confessioun. Swich was the confessioun of the Magdelene, that ne spared, for no shame of hem that weren atte feste, for to go to oure lord Iesu Crist and biknowe to him hir sinnes. The fifthe signe is, that a man or a womman be obeisant to receyven the ...
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is this thing that we seyn, that the bitydinge of temporel [continues next]
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it [continues next]
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thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat [continues next]
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of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges [continues next]
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al-thogh that men had y-wist hem biforn, yit they han free [continues next]
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of the thinges that ben y-wist or y-knowe; and it is al the [continues next]
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alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges [continues next]
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to come, but of his propre simplicitee. And her-by is assoiled [continues next]
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[continues previous] But now ne enforce I me nat in shewinge
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thinges y-wist biforn is necessarie, how so or in what manere
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nature, and al that moeveth in any manere, taketh his causes, his [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that
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[continues previous] thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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[continues previous] of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges
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[continues previous] bityden first or they weren y-doon; and thilke same thinges,
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[continues previous] al-thogh that men had y-wist hem biforn, yit they han free
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[continues previous] of the thinges that ben y-wist or y-knowe; and it is al the
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[continues previous] alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges
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that the ordre of causes hath it-self; al-thogh that it ne seme nat
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releved. For al-be-it so that this ne seme nat credible thing, [continues next]
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studies of men, who is he to whom it sholde seme that he ne [continues next]
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sholde nat only leven thise thinges, but eek gladly herkne [continues next]
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[continues previous] nature, and al that moeveth in any manere, taketh his causes, his
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[continues previous] ordre, and his formes, of the stablenesse of the divyne thoght;
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forth the ordre of causes, unable to ben y-bowed; and this ordre
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of the poeple, so that it seme nat to hem that I be overmoche departed [continues next]
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alle resoun. And yif that any thing is woxen or comen of no
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causes, than shal it seme that thilke thing is comen or woxen of
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of the membres of the body, it ne hath nat al for-yeten [continues next]
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it-self, but it with-holdeth the somme of thinges, and leseth the [continues next]
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whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause [continues next]
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thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde? [continues next]
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that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as [continues next]
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prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges [continues next]
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by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience [continues next]
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ne hadde never y-ben, yit algate or at the leeste weye it is certein [continues next]
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certes, thilke prescience ne mighte nat be signe of thing that nis [continues next]
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seen and to formen the figures, algates, al-thogh that wit ne were [continues next]
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nat present, yit it environeth and comprehendeth alle thinges [continues next]
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thou arguest and seyst thus: that yif it ne seme nat to men that [continues next]
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resoun wel seen that, that it ne may nat biholden in it-self. And [continues next]
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avyse the prescience, by which it knoweth alle thinges, thou ne [continues next]
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shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou [continues next]
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than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne [continues next]
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mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst [continues next]
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now, and now another? And thilke prescience, ne semeth it nat [continues next]
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to entrechaunge stoundes of knowinge;"' as who seith, ne shal it [continues next]
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nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse [continues next]
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that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne [continues next]
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How the ordre of causes stant; but wel wot I,
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Be necessarie, al seme it not ther-by [continues next]
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That prescience put falling necessaire [continues next]
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that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to
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a wight shyneth with thinges that ben put to him, as thus, if [continues next]
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that any wight enforce him to beren hem in-to othre places, [continues next]
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[continues previous] releved. For al-be-it so that this ne seme nat credible thing,
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[continues previous] studies of men, who is he to whom it sholde seme that he ne
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thanne of olde men it was cleped destinee. The whiche thinges, [continues next]
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[continues previous] of the poeple, so that it seme nat to hem that I be overmoche departed
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[continues previous] of the membres of the body, it ne hath nat al for-yeten
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god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god [continues next]
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the whiche thing is cause of the whiche thing: — as, whether the [continues next]
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prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles [continues next]
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that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce. [continues next]
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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to ben other weyes thanne it is, it is nat only unscience, but it is [continues next]
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Wherfore, yif any thing be so to comen, that the bitydinge of hit [continues next]
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manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be [continues next]
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hem certein necessitee of thinges to comen: thanne ne [continues next]
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preyeres ne han no strengthes, by the necessitee of thinges to [continues next]
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[continues previous] whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause [continues next]
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[continues previous] of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde?
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[continues previous] that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as [continues next]
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[continues previous] absolut and unbounden. But thou wolt seyn that, al-be-it so that
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[continues previous] prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden [continues next]
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[continues previous] by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience [continues next]
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ne bitydeth by necessitee, so that it may appere that the prescience
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[continues previous] is signe of this necessitee; or elles, yif ther nere no necessitee,
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[continues previous] certes, thilke prescience ne mighte nat be signe of thing that nis
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same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute [continues next]
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necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which [continues next]
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no necessitee to thinges that men doon, right so the prescience of [continues next]
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thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to [continues next]
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[continues previous] seen and to formen the figures, algates, al-thogh that wit ne were
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[continues previous] thou arguest and seyst thus: that yif it ne seme nat to men that
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[continues previous] resoun wel seen that, that it ne may nat biholden in it-self. And
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[continues previous] shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou
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[continues previous] mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst
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[continues previous] now, and now another? And thilke prescience, ne semeth it nat
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[continues previous] nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse
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alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges
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to come, but of his propre simplicitee. And her-by is assoiled
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[continues previous] that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne
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[continues previous] prescience, than is ther freedom of arbitre, that dwelleth hool and
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The certayn cause of the necessitee [continues next]
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Of thinges that to comen been, pardee; [continues next]
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[continues previous] That prescience put falling necessaire
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comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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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] on roches, and somme waxen plentivous in sondes; and yif
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[continues previous] that any wight enforce him to beren hem in-to othre places,
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'Certes,' quod I, 'no wight ne douteth it, yif he be in his
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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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[continues previous] yif that any wight loketh wel in his thought the strengthe of that
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to speken right thus. 'Certes,' quod she, 'yif any wight diffinisshe
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[continues previous] god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god
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[continues previous] prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles
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[continues previous] that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce.
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he sitteth; and ayeinward also is it of the contrarye: yif the [continues next]
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opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon [continues next]
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sitteth nat a wight, for that the opinioun of the sittinge is sooth; [continues next]
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but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn. [continues next]
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be; [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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[continues previous] Wherfore, yif any thing be so to comen, that the bitydinge of hit
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seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for [continues next]
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it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science [continues next]
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[continues previous] manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be
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[continues previous] hem certein necessitee of thinges to comen: thanne ne
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[continues previous] comen y-received, what thing is ther thanne by whiche we mowen
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For which it bihoveth, by necessitee, that the linage of mankinde, [continues next]
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[continues previous] of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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[continues previous] that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden
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[continues previous] same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute
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[continues previous] thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to
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that demeth, it bihoveth that every wight performe the werk and [continues next]
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prescience be in thise thinges, thanne is ther no-thing that it ne [continues next]
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bitydeth by necessitee. But certes, yif we mighten han the Iugement [continues next]
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be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be [continues next]
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necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that [continues next]
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as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee [continues next]
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe [continues next]
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[continues previous] To witen yif that any straunge wight
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[continues previous] Of thinges that to comen been, pardee;
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Than by necessitee bihoveth it [continues next]
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That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be, [continues next]
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necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that
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[continues previous] he sitteth; and ayeinward also is it of the contrarye: yif the [continues next]
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[continues previous] opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon [continues next]
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[continues previous] sitteth nat a wight, for that the opinioun of the sittinge is sooth; [continues next]
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[continues previous] but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn. [continues next]
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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[continues previous] that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be;
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[continues previous] seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for
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[continues previous] it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science
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[continues previous] For which it bihoveth, by necessitee, that the linage of mankinde,
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[continues previous] that demeth, it bihoveth that every wight performe the werk and
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[continues previous] bitydeth by necessitee. But certes, yif we mighten han the Iugement
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[continues previous] be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be
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[continues previous] necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that
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[continues previous] alle men be mortal or deedly. Another necessitee is conditionel,
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[continues previous] as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee
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[continues previous] that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe
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[continues previous] Than by necessitee bihoveth it
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[continues previous] That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be,
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[continues previous] That wenest or coniectest that he sit;
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I seye, that if the opinioun of thee [continues next]
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Be sooth, for that he sit, than seye I this, [continues next]
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he sitteth; and ayeinward also is it of the contrarye: yif the
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comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that [continues next]
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[continues previous] opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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[continues previous] sitteth nat a wight, for that the opinioun of the sittinge is sooth; [continues next]
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[continues previous] but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn. [continues next]
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devyne prescience more than the opinioun of mankinde, yif so be [continues next]
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that it demeth the thinges uncertein, as men doon; of the whiche [continues next]
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[continues previous] Be sooth, for that he sit, than seye I this, [continues next]
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opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by
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[continues previous] comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that [continues next]
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[continues previous] he sitteth; and ayeinward also is it of the contrarye: yif the [continues next]
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[continues previous] certes, in that other is necessitee of sooth. But therfore ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] sitteth nat a wight, for that the opinioun of the sittinge is sooth; [continues next]
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[continues previous] but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn.
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be; [continues next]
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seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for [continues next]
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it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science [continues next]
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[continues previous] devyne prescience more than the opinioun of mankinde, yif so be
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For which it bihoveth, by necessitee, that the linage of mankinde, [continues next]
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by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience [continues next]
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be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be [continues next]
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necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that [continues next]
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as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee [continues next]
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe [continues next]
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Than by necessitee bihoveth it [continues next]
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That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be, [continues next]
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[continues previous] I seye, that if the opinioun of thee
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[continues previous] Be sooth, for that he sit, than seye I this, [continues next]
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necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon
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[continues previous] comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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[continues previous] necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that
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[continues previous] and in that other: for in that oon is necessitee of sittinge, and, [continues next]
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[continues previous] certes, in that other is necessitee of sooth. But therfore ne [continues next]
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of the sitting, and nat of the trewe opinioun), algates yit is ther [continues next]
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comune necessitee in that oon and in that other. Thus sheweth [continues next]
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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[continues previous] that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be;
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[continues previous] seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for
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[continues previous] it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science
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[continues previous] For which it bihoveth, by necessitee, that the linage of mankinde,
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[continues previous] by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience
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[continues previous] be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be
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[continues previous] necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that [continues next]
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[continues previous] as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee
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[continues previous] that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe
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[continues previous] Than by necessitee bihoveth it
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[continues previous] That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be,
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[continues previous] That he mot sitten by necessitee;
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[continues previous] And thus necessitee in either is.
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and in that other: for in that oon is necessitee of sittinge, and,
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[continues previous] necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon [continues next]
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[continues previous] and in that other: for in that oon is necessitee of sittinge, and, [continues next]
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[continues previous] certes, in that other is necessitee of sooth. But therfore ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] of the sitting, and nat of the trewe opinioun), algates yit is ther [continues next]
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[continues previous] comune necessitee in that oon and in that other. Thus sheweth [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that [continues next]
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certes, in that other is necessitee of sooth. But therfore ne
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[continues previous] opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon [continues next]
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[continues previous] and in that other: for in that oon is necessitee of sittinge, and,
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[continues previous] comune necessitee in that oon and in that other. Thus sheweth
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[continues previous] For certes, ther ben two maneres of necessitee. That oon
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For, god wot, thing is never the lasse sooth, [continues next]
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Thogh every wight ne may hit nat y-see. [continues next]
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sitteth nat a wight, for that the opinioun of the sittinge is sooth;
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cleer and open that thilke opinioun of Plato is verray and sooth, that
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comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that [continues next]
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[continues previous] he sitteth; and ayeinward also is it of the contrarye: yif the [continues next]
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[continues previous] opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by [continues next]
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but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn. [continues next]
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issues or bitydinges; ne this is non opinioun, but it is rather the [continues next]
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simplicitee of the sovereyn science, that nis nat enclosed nor [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thogh every wight ne may hit nat y-see.
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I seye, that if the opinioun of thee
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Be sooth, for that he sit, than seye I this,
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but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn.
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[continues previous] comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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[continues previous] necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that
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[continues previous] he sitteth; and ayeinward also is it of the contrarye: yif the
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[continues previous] opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by
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[continues previous] sitteth nat a wight, for that the opinioun of the sittinge is sooth;
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[continues previous] issues or bitydinges; ne this is non opinioun, but it is rather the
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[continues previous] simplicitee of the sovereyn science, that nis nat enclosed nor
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which it folweth, that this nis noon opinioun, but rather a stedefast
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And thus, al-thogh that the cause of the sooth cometh of that
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other syde (as who seyth, that al-thogh the cause of sooth comth [continues next]
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of the sitting, and nat of the trewe opinioun), algates yit is ther
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other syde (as who seyth, that al-thogh the cause of sooth comth
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is good; this is to seyn, as who seyth, that beinge and unitee and
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effect of any gode; as who seyth, that yvel is good only to the might
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but as it were y-travailed, as who seyth, that thilke answere
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procedeth right as thogh men travaileden, or weren bisy to enqueren,
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[continues previous] And thus, al-thogh that the cause of the sooth cometh of that [continues next]
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with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat
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For that is the cause why that science wanteth lesing (as who
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seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for
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the conseiles of mankinde (as who seyth, that men han no power to
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And I seye, though the cause of sooth of this [continues next]
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Comth of his sitting, yet necessitee [continues next]
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of the sitting, and nat of the trewe opinioun), algates yit is ther
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so that they may chaungen the limes of the body, algates yit
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they may nat chaunge the hertes; for with-inne is y-hid the
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necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon [continues next]
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and in that other: for in that oon is necessitee of sittinge, and, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And thus, al-thogh that the cause of the sooth cometh of that
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to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden [continues next]
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf
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[continues previous] And I seye, though the cause of sooth of this
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[continues previous] Comth of his sitting, yet necessitee
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comune necessitee in that oon and in that other. Thus sheweth
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And whan hir unitee is destroyed by the disseveraunce of that oon [continues next]
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from that other, than sheweth it wel that it is a ded thing, and [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon
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[continues previous] and in that other: for in that oon is necessitee of sittinge, and,
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[continues previous] certes, in that other is necessitee of sooth. But therfore ne
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[continues previous] prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges
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For certes, ther ben two maneres of necessitee. That oon
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necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that
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it, that I may make semblable skiles of the purviaunce of god
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[continues previous] And whan hir unitee is destroyed by the disseveraunce of that oon
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[continues previous] from that other, than sheweth it wel that it is a ded thing, and
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of the entencioun of nature. For the purviaunce of god hath [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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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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god hath seyn biforn to comen. For which, yif that god [continues next]
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that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce. [continues next]
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god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what [continues next]
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and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben
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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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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou wost wel whennes that alle thinges [continues next]
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or natural goodnesse in hem-self, never nolden they comen to [continues next]
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shrewes. For contrarious thinges ne ben nat wont to ben [continues next]
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may be maked comparisoun, but of thinges that ben with-outen [continues next]
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ende, to thinges that han ende, may be maked no comparisoun. [continues next]
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remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first [continues next]
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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] 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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by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren. [continues next]
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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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it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed: [continues next]
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[continues previous] that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce.
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and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben [continues next]
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to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they [continues next]
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ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles, [continues next]
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that [continues next]
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[continues previous] god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what [continues next]
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manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be [continues next]
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nat certein? For yif that he deme that they ben to comen [continues next]
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sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to [continues next]
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comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who [continues next]
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mochel as apertieneth to that, sholden thanne thinges that comen [continues next]
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of free wil ben constreined to bityden by necessitee?' [continues next]
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thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden [continues next]
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ben necessarie. For every signe sheweth and signifyeth only what [continues next]
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that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute [continues next]
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necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which [continues next]
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and yif tho thinges that ne han no certein bitydinges ben purveyed [continues next]
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That thilke thinges fallen in certayn [continues next]
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That ben purveyed; but nedely, as they seyn, [continues next]
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Of thinges that to comen been, pardee;
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to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they
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[continues previous] ben purveyed of god, whiche that temporel welefulnesse
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[continues previous] or natural goodnesse in hem-self, never nolden they comen to
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[continues previous] shrewes. For contrarious thinges ne ben nat wont to ben
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[continues previous] may be maked comparisoun, but of thinges that ben with-outen
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[continues previous] ende, to thinges that han ende, may be maked no comparisoun.
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[continues previous] remenaunt of thinges that ben yit to seye ben swiche, that first
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goodes, whiche that ne mowen nat yeven that they biheten, ne [continues next]
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ben nat parfit by the congregacioun of alle goodes; that they [continues next]
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ne ben nat weyes ne pathes that bringen men to blisfulnesse, [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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wherby that they mowen ben put in the noumber of thinges that [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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vyces); ne the herbes of Circes ne ben nat mighty. For al-be-it [continues next]
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so that they may chaungen the limes of the body, algates yit [continues next]
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[continues previous] by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren.
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othre manere than they ben purveyed, than sholde ther be no [continues next]
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unknitten the knotte of this questioun. For, certes, they seyn
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that thing nis nat to comen for that the purviaunce of god hath
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[continues previous] it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed:
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[continues previous] and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles, [continues next]
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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[continues previous] y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of
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[continues previous] god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what
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[continues previous] manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be
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[continues previous] nat certein? For yif that he deme that they ben to comen
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[continues previous] sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to
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[continues previous] comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who
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[continues previous] mochel as apertieneth to that, sholden thanne thinges that comen
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[continues previous] of free wil ben constreined to bityden by necessitee?'
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[continues previous] thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden
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[continues previous] ben necessarie. For every signe sheweth and signifyeth only what
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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[continues previous] But, certes, right as we trowen that tho thinges which that the
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[continues previous] same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute
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[continues previous] necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which
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[continues previous] and yif tho thinges that ne han no certein bitydinges ben purveyed [continues next]
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they bityden, yit algates ne lese they nat hir propre nature in [continues next]
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[continues previous] That ben purveyed; but nedely, as they seyn,
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That they in certayn ben purveyed alle. [continues next]
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Therfore is it purveyed, certaynly, [continues next]
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Nat that it comth for it purveyed is: [continues next]
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ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles,
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[continues previous] goodes, whiche that ne mowen nat yeven that they biheten, ne
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[continues previous] ben nat parfit by the congregacioun of alle goodes; that they
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[continues previous] ne ben nat weyes ne pathes that bringen men to blisfulnesse,
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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] wherby that they mowen ben put in the noumber of thinges that
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whylom foryeten hem, for the sorwe of the wrong that hath ben
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don to me, yit natheles they ne weren nat al-outrely unknowen to
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partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so,
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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] vyces); ne the herbes of Circes ne ben nat mighty. For al-be-it
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swete ditees, singeth, that the sonne is cleer by pure light; natheles [continues next]
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yit ne may it nat, by the infirme light of his bemes, breken or [continues next]
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[continues previous] othre manere than they ben purveyed, than sholde ther be no
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[continues previous] and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they [continues next]
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it [continues next]
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[continues previous] and yif tho thinges that ne han no certein bitydinges ben purveyed
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al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it
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ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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[continues previous] they bityden, yit algates ne lese they nat hir propre nature in
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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 they in certayn ben purveyed alle.
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[continues previous] Therfore is it purveyed, certaynly,
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[continues previous] Nat that it comth for it purveyed is:
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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that ben lowere than the body, the whiche I clepe fortunous [continues next]
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[continues previous] swete ditees, singeth, that the sonne is cleer by pure light; natheles
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[continues previous] yit ne may it nat, by the infirme light of his bemes, breken or
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it bihoveth, nedes, that thinges that ben to comen ben y-porveyed: [continues next]
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prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles [continues next]
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that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce. [continues next]
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that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to
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comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that
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opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by
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necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon
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[continues previous] and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they [continues next]
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god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what [continues next]
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that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be;
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[continues previous] byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for
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it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science
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sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to
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comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who [continues next]
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seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat [continues next]
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hem certein necessitee of thinges to comen: thanne ne
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preyeres ne han no strengthes, by the necessitee of thinges to
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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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For which it bihoveth, by necessitee, that the linage of mankinde,
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of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as
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mochel as apertieneth to that, sholden thanne thinges that comen [continues next]
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of free wil ben constreined to bityden by necessitee?' [continues next]
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prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges [continues next]
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to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden [continues next]
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by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience [continues next]
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thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden [continues next]
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ben necessarie. For every signe sheweth and signifyeth only what [continues next]
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that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute [continues next]
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necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which [continues next]
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thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to
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nor y-passed, thilke same is y-witnessed and y-proeved by right to
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be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be
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Why axestow thanne, or why desputestow thanne, that thilke
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thinges ben doon by necessitee whiche that ben y-seyn and
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that
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as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe
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The certayn cause of the necessitee
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Of thinges that to comen been, pardee;
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Or if necessitee of thing cominge
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Than by necessitee bihoveth it
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That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be,
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And of the thinges that to comen be;
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By whiche reson men may wel y-see,
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y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of
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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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[continues previous] another man, but only up-on his body, or elles up-on thinges
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[continues previous] that ben lowere than the body, the whiche I clepe fortunous
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yeveth yow with his goldene gravailes, or elles alle the thinges
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that the river Hermus yeveth with his rede brinke, or that Indus
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been, that alle thinges bityden the whiche that the purviaunce of [continues next]
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[continues previous] bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but [continues next]
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[continues previous] prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles
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[continues previous] that the necessitee of thinges to comen is cause of the purviaunce.
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[continues previous] and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben
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[continues previous] to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they
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[continues previous] god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what
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[continues previous] seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat
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[continues previous] of free wil ben constreined to bityden by necessitee?'
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden [continues next]
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[continues previous] thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which [continues next]
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[continues previous] the endes and the bitydinges of hem ben absolut and quit of alle [continues next]
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and yif tho thinges that ne han no certein bitydinges ben purveyed
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... Signes, or the Cercle of the Bestes; for zodia in langage of Greek sowneth 'bestes' in Latin tonge; and in the zodiak ben the twelve signes that ban names of bestes; or elles, for whan the sonne entreth in any of the signes, he taketh the propretee of swich bestes; or elles, for that the sterres that ben there fixed ben disposed in signes of bestes, or shape like bestes; or elles, whan the planetes ben under thilke signes, they causen us by hir influence operaciouns and effectes lyk to the operaciouns of bestes. And understonde also, that whan an hot planete cometh in-to an hot signe, than ...
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That thilke thinges fallen in certayn
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That ben purveyed; but nedely, as they seyn,
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That thing to come be purveyed, trewely;
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Or elles, thinges that purveyed be, [continues next]
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That they bityden by necessitee. [continues next]
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god bityden. And this thing only suffiseth y-nough to destroyen
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[continues previous] to the aventure of fortune; and iugen that only swiche thinges
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[continues previous] ben purveyed of god, whiche that temporel welefulnesse
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holde me stille, and telle nat how that litel thing suffiseth to
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nature; but certes to avarice y-nough ne suffiseth no-thing. For
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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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[continues previous] bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden
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[continues previous] by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience
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[continues previous] that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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[continues previous] necessitee. For-why ther ben somme thinges to bityden, of which
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unwemmed to mortal men. Ne the lawes ne purposen nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] That they bityden by necessitee.
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[continues previous] And this suffyseth right y-now, certeyn,
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the freedom of oure arbitre, that is to seyn, of oure free wil. But
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... covere the coles of it with asshen, soothly the fyr of it wol lasten al a yeer or more. And right so fareth it of rancour; whan it is ones conceyved in the hertes of som men, certein, it wol lasten peraventure from oon Estre-day unto another Estre-day, and more. But certes, thilke man is ful fer fro the mercy of god al thilke while. [continues next]
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tale ne hadde shewed it to me. But certes, al be thou fer fro thy [continues next]
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in whiche the effect of alle the dedes of mankinde standeth, that
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is to seyn, wil and power; and yif that oon of thise two fayleth,
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y-graunted and received, that is to seyn, that ther nis no free wille, [continues next]
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that is to seyn, by constreininge of oure eyen or of oure sight.
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no necessitee of his owne nature. But certes, the futures that
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bityden by freedom of arbitre, god seeth hem alle to-gider present.
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thy-self by thy free wil in-to dyverse acciouns. But thou mayst
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seyn ayein: "How shal it thanne be? Shal nat the devyne
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that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne
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[continues previous] prescience, than is ther freedom of arbitre, that dwelleth hool and
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[continues previous] unwemmed to mortal men. Ne the lawes ne purposen nat
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now, certes, sheweth it wel, how fer fro the sothe and how up-so-doun
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He knew ful wel how fer Alnath was shove
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Fro the heed of thilke fixe Aries above
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[continues previous] ... the coles of it with asshen, soothly the fyr of it wol lasten al a yeer or more. And right so fareth it of rancour; whan it is ones conceyved in the hertes of som men, certein, it wol lasten peraventure from oon Estre-day unto another Estre-day, and more. But certes, thilke man is ful fer fro the mercy of god al thilke while.
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[continues previous] tale ne hadde shewed it to me. But certes, al be thou fer fro thy
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deceivable opinioun ful diverse and fer fro the sothe of science.
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[continues previous] than sheweth it wel, how greet destruccioun and how grete
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is this thing that we seyn, that the bitydinge of temporel
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hap in this manere, that is to seyn, that "hap is bitydinge
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prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles [continues next]
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But I ne enforce me nat now to shewen it, that the bitydinge of [continues next]
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of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges [continues next]
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of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that [continues next]
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prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges [continues next]
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But now is this abusion to seyn, [continues next]
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That fallinge of the thinges temporel [continues next]
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Is cause of goddes prescience eternel. [continues next]
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thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that
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[continues previous] the whiche thing is cause of the whiche thing: — as, whether the
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[continues previous] prescience is cause of the necessitee of thinges to comen, or elles
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[continues previous] thinges y-wist biforn is necessarie, how so or in what manere
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and of thinges to comen. For althogh that, for that thinges ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges
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[continues previous] whiche resoun, for that it demeth that the prescience nis nat cause
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[continues previous] of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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[continues previous] prescience nis nat cause of the necessitee of bitydinge to thinges
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temporel present, right so seeth god alle thinges by his eterne
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present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the
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[continues previous] That fallinge of the thinges temporel
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[continues previous] Is cause of goddes prescience eternel.
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god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what
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or natural goodnesse in hem-self, never nolden they comen to
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shrewes. For contrarious thinges ne ben nat wont to ben
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oughte nat that eek to ben rekened amonges goodes? What [continues next]
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ne merveileth of it no-thing. But what other thing semeth hele [continues next]
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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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[continues previous] to comen, ther-fore ben they purveyed, nat, certes, for that they
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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y-purveyed of god, or elles that the thinges that ben purveyed of
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to ben other weyes thanne it is, it is nat only unscience, but it is [continues next]
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manere knoweth god biforn the thinges to comen, yif they ne be
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sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to
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comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who
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preyeres ne han no strengthes, by the necessitee of thinges to [continues next]
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comen y-received, what thing is ther thanne by whiche we mowen [continues next]
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thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden
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ben necessarie. For every signe sheweth and signifyeth only what
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and that is a wrongful weninge. For other thing is it to ben y-lad [continues next]
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god wot biforn that they ben to comen. But som of hem comen
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What wene ye your wyse fader wolde [continues next]
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other thing is it but for to wene that thilke thinges that bitidden
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thilke thinges shynen with which a man is aparailed, certes, thilke [continues next]
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thinges ben comended and preysed with which he is aparailed; [continues next]
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[continues previous] elles? For it is nat to wene that thilke thing, that is most worthy
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which is thilke verray blisfulnesse, and eek whiche thilke thinges [continues next]
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ben that lyen falsly blisfulnesse, that is to seyn, that by deceite [continues next]
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deceyve us nat, and putte us out of the sothfastnesse of thilke
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thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed
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thinges have y-take thilke soverein good any-wher out of him-self, [continues next]
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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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that is demed to ben soverein suffisaunce, thilke selve is soverein [continues next]
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of alle the thinges that ben to requeren. But certes, thilke that [continues next]
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'Thanne is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle [continues next]
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thinges governeth strongly, and ordeyneth hem softely.' [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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[continues previous] ne merveileth of it no-thing. But what other thing semeth hele
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in thinges that ben don for som other thing. But thilke ordre, [continues next]
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by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren. [continues next]
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And thilke thing that any wight demeth to ben desired, that axeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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[continues previous] to ben other weyes thanne it is, it is nat only unscience, but it is
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[continues previous] comen y-received, what thing is ther thanne by whiche we mowen
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[continues previous] and that is a wrongful weninge. For other thing is it to ben y-lad
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Why axestow thanne, or why desputestow thanne, that thilke [continues next]
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thinges ben doon by necessitee whiche that ben y-seyn and [continues next]
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That thilke thinges fallen in certayn [continues next]
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That ben purveyed; but nedely, as they seyn, [continues next]
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So mighte I wene that thinges alle and some, [continues next]
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That whylom been bifalle and over-come, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Now taketh heed, for it is for to done.
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[continues previous] What wene ye your wyse fader wolde
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whylom ben causes of thilke soverein purvyaunce that is in god?
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[continues previous] thilke thinges shynen with which a man is aparailed, certes, thilke
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[continues previous] thinges ben comended and preysed with which he is aparailed;
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[continues previous] which is thilke verray blisfulnesse, and eek whiche thilke thinges
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[continues previous] ben that lyen falsly blisfulnesse, that is to seyn, that by deceite
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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] I may concluden, by right verray resoun, that thilke that is
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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 is demed to ben soverein suffisaunce, thilke selve is soverein
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[continues previous] power, soverein reverence, soverein cleernesse or noblesse, and
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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 is thilke the soverein good,' quod she, 'that alle
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[continues previous] medes, ne shrewes lakken never-mo torments. For of alle thinges
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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] diffinisshe "hap." Hap is an unwar bitydinge of causes assembled
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[continues previous] in thinges that ben don for som other thing. But thilke ordre,
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[continues previous] by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren.
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[continues previous] Why axestow thanne, or why desputestow thanne, that thilke
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[continues previous] thinges ben doon by necessitee whiche that ben y-seyn and
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[continues previous] That thilke thinges fallen in certayn
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[continues previous] That ben purveyed; but nedely, as they seyn,
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[continues previous] That whylom been bifalle and over-come,
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And her-to I adde yit this thing: that, right as whan that I wot
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with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat [continues next]
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seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for [continues next]
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it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science [continues next]
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How the ordre of causes stant; but wel wot I, [continues next]
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That it bihoveth that the bifallinge [continues next]
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That right as whan I woot ther is a thing, [continues next]
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that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be;
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sin that, whan thilke selve lyf is ended, it ne maketh folk no [continues next]
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thilke selve noumbre of yeres, and eek as many yeres as [continues next]
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folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro
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And thilke thing, what-so-ever it be, by which that alle thinges
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that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth
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as by right that thilke thing be the mede of that; as thus: yif
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comen. For certes, yif that any wight sitteth, it bihoveth by
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necessitee that the opinioun be sooth of him that coniecteth that
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opinioun be sooth of any wight for that he sitteth, it bihoveth by
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necessitee that he sitte. Thanne is heer necessitee in that oon
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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[continues previous] with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by [continues next]
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[continues previous] seyth, why that witinge ne receiveth nat lesinge of that it wot); for
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[continues previous] it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science
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For which it bihoveth, by necessitee, that the linage of mankinde,
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but that it ne putteth no necessitee to thinges; thanne
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trowe I, that thilke selve freedom of wil shal dwellen al hool and
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be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be [continues next]
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knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth
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necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any
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necessitee is simple, as thus: that it bihoveth by necessitee, that
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alle men be mortal or deedly. Another necessitee is conditionel,
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as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe
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thanne, yif that the purviaunce of god seeth any thing present,
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than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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For needfully bihoveth it not to be
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That thilke thinges fallen in certayn
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[continues previous] That it bihoveth that the bifallinge
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For if ther sit a man yond on a see,
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Than by necessitee bihoveth it
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That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be,
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[continues previous] That right as whan I woot ther is a thing,
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and eek, whan I have knowe that any thing shal bityden, so
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[continues previous] sin that, whan thilke selve lyf is ended, it ne maketh folk no
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[continues previous] thilke selve noumbre of yeres, and eek as many yeres as
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[continues previous] be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by [continues next]
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to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden [continues next]
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ne bitydeth by necessitee, so that it may appere that the prescience [continues next]
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[continues previous] be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be [continues next]
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That shal bityden of necessitee. [continues next]
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That they bityden by necessitee. [continues next]
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde:so folweth it
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'It mot needly been so,' quod I. [continues next]
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'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple [continues next]
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folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro [continues next]
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goodnesse is al oon. And in this manere it folweth thanne, that al [continues next]
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thing that faileth to ben good, it stinteth for to be and for to han [continues next]
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foule delyces of the foule sowe. Thanne folweth it, that he that forleteth [continues next]
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rightful veniaunce. And of this sentence folweth it, that thanne [continues next]
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Seestow nat thanne what thing folweth alle the thinges that I [continues next]
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But I ne enforce me nat now to shewen it, that the bitydinge of [continues next]
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ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles,
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be;
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[continues previous] be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by [continues next]
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it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science
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it sholde seme thanne, that thilke thing is alderworst, which that [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen, algates yit it is a signe that the thinges ben to bityden
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[continues previous] by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience
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[continues previous] ne bitydeth by necessitee, so that it may appere that the prescience
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[continues previous] be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be
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that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat [continues next]
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knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth
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necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any
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And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to [continues next]
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bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and [continues next]
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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and that thou streyne me by this name of necessitee: certes, [continues next]
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as thus: yif thou wost that a man walketh, it bihoveth by necessitee
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe
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thanne, yif that the purviaunce of god seeth any thing present,
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than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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[continues previous] That shal bityden of necessitee.
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[continues previous] Or elles, thinges that purveyed be,
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[continues previous] That they bityden by necessitee.
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thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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body; it may nat ben douted that, yif that deeth may take awey [continues next]
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ben cleped power; ne swich dignitee ne oughte nat ben cleped [continues next]
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And at the laste, I may conclude the same thing of alle the [continues next]
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strecchen, but eek the fame of citees ne may nat strecchen. At [continues next]
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ther-to may be multiplyed, ne may nat, certes, ben comparisoned [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thilke thing thanne,' quod she, 'that is oon and simple
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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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'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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[continues previous] same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne
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[continues previous] folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro
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nothing nis more worth. For alwey, of alle thinges, the nature [continues next]
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of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which [continues next]
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'This is open and cleer,' quod I; 'ne it may nat ben deneyed [continues next]
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yvel and felonye ne may nat ben referred to good. Thanne nis [continues next]
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[continues previous] goodnesse is al oon. And in this manere it folweth thanne, that al
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[continues previous] thing that faileth to ben good, it stinteth for to be and for to han
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[continues previous] foule delyces of the foule sowe. Thanne folweth it, that he that forleteth
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[continues previous] rightful veniaunce. And of this sentence folweth it, that thanne
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[continues previous] Seestow nat thanne what thing folweth alle the thinges that I
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naught; but yif this ne may nat ben don, thanne is it nat possible, [continues next]