Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6 to Geoffrey Chaucer
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Geoffrey Chaucer Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6 has 222 lines, and 30% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 63% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 7% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.67 strong matches and 12.56 weak matches.

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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 1

Therfor thanne, as I have shewed a litel her-biforn, that al
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 14

'So is it,' quod she; 'for the same thing songe thou a litel
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 6: 15

her-biforn, and biweyledest and biweptest, that only men weren
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 4: 61

thanne thilke provostrie? And, as I have seyd a litel her-biforn, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 4: 62

that thilke thing that hath no propre beautee of him-self receiveth [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 16

as I seyde a litel her-biforn that, sin ther mot nedes ben many [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 9: 109

a blinde man; and that shewedest thou me ful wel a litel her-biforn,
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empty and with-outen frut. But, as I have y-shewed a litel [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 23

her-biforn, that yif ther be a blisfulnesse that be freele and [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 8

that tho thinges that I have concluded a litel her-biforn dwellen [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 37

'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 164

thou wistest nat a litel her-biforn.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 165

'What was that?' quod I.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 166

'That thou ne wistest nat,' quod she, 'which was the ende
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 18

'Thou ne wendest nat,' quod she, 'a litel her-biforn, that men [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 58

'I acorde me greetly,' quod I; 'and I aperceivede a litel her-biforn [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 59

that thou woldest seye thus; al-be-it so that it were by [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 122

devyne? For certes, a litel her-biforn, whan thou bigunne at
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 34

thinges that I have concluded a litel her-biforn ben kept hole [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 157

as I have gadered and proeved a litel her-biforn, that yvel is [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 162

of this power of shrewes, I have definisshed a litel her-biforn, that [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 30

thee of thilke noble corolarie that I yaf thee a litel her-biforn;
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 56

For thou hast lerned a litel her-biforn, that al thing that is and [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'these thinges ben clere y-nough; and that
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we han concluded a litel her-biforn. But I praye thee that thou
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 12

the purviaunce and the destinee that thou taughtest me a
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 13

litel her-biforn, this sentence is sustened by stedefast resouns.
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thinges, of whiche thou seydest a litel her-biforn, that they ne were
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'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?' [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 3: 147

as thou songe a litel her-biforn, be departed and unioined from
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 27

thou thy-self hast confessed it and biknowen a litel her-biforn, what
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certes, thilke prescience ne mighte nat be signe of thing that nis [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 199

thilke thing that thou puttest a litel her-biforn, that is to seyn, [continues next]
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that it is unworthy thing to seyn, that our futures yeven cause of [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 2

thing that is y-wist nis nat knowen by his nature propre, but by
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 104

Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 4: 105

resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 4: 62

[continues previous] that thilke thing that hath no propre beautee of him-self receiveth
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 6: 16

[continues previous] as I seyde a litel her-biforn that, sin ther mot nedes ben many
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 23

[continues previous] her-biforn, that yif ther be a blisfulnesse that be freele and
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 109

is every blisful man god; but certes, by nature, ther nis but
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o god; but, by the participacioun of divinitee, ther ne let ne
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 8

[continues previous] that tho thinges that I have concluded a litel her-biforn dwellen
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[continues previous] 'Hast thou nat knowen wel,' quod she, 'that al thing that is
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 18

[continues previous] 'Thou ne wendest nat,' quod she, 'a litel her-biforn, that men
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[continues previous] sholden doute that this world nis governed by god.'
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[continues previous] that thou woldest seye thus; al-be-it so that it were by
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 1: 34

[continues previous] thinges that I have concluded a litel her-biforn ben kept hole
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 2: 126

forleten they vertues and folwen vyces? Nis it nat for that they
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ne knowen nat the goodes? But what thing is more feble and
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[continues previous] as I have gadered and proeved a litel her-biforn, that yvel is
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[continues previous] nothing is so mighty as soverein good.'
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 3: 56

[continues previous] For thou hast lerned a litel her-biforn, that al thing that is and
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ben enforced by the same rote, filthe or sinne, by the propre [continues next]
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For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing
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that is don by wikkede folk nis nat don for yvel. The whiche
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 7: 24

[continues previous] 'Demestow nat,' quod she, 'that al thing that profiteth is good?'
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 4: 50

[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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and knowen, nat after his strengthe and his nature, but after the
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 27

othre, sin it knoweth by his propre nature nat only his subiect, as [continues next]
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simple. For certes, this necessitee conditionel, the propre nature
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of it ne maketh it nat, but the adieccioun of the condicioun
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they bityden, yit algates ne lese they nat hir propre nature in [continues next]
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beinge; by the which first, or that they weren y-doon, they [continues next]
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ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle
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[continues previous] thilke thing that thou puttest a litel her-biforn, that is to seyn,
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 200

[continues previous] that it is unworthy thing to seyn, that our futures yeven cause of
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 3

the nature of hem that comprehenden it, lat us loke now, in as
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 179

[continues previous] ben enforced by the same rote, filthe or sinne, by the propre
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Consolatione Philosophie 4 Prose 4: 180

[continues previous] nature of it, maketh men wrecches; and it sheweth wel, that the
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 27

[continues previous] othre, sin it knoweth by his propre nature nat only his subiect, as
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 4

mochel as it is leveful to us, as who seith, lat us loke now as we [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 5

mowen, which that the estat is of the devyne substaunce; so that [continues next]
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[continues previous] beinge; by the which first, or that they weren y-doon, they
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mochel as it is leveful to us, as who seith, lat us loke now as we
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 66

binethe the divyne thoght. For which, yif that we mowen, as [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 67

who seith, that, yif that we mowen, I counseyle, that we enhanse us [continues next]
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[continues previous] the nature of hem that comprehenden it, lat us loke now, in as [continues next]
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[continues previous] mochel as it is leveful to us, as who seith, lat us loke now as we [continues next]
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mowen, which that the estat is of the devyne substaunce; so that
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 127

But that science is so fer us biforn, [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 183

'Thanne mowen we conclude sikerly, that the substaunce of [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 141

For this is the forme of the devyne substaunce, that is swich that
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 144

Greek of thilke devyne substaunce; he seyde thus: that "thilke
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 145

devyne substaunce torneth the world and the moevable cercle of
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 12: 146

thinges, whyl thilke devyne substaunce kepeth it-self with-oute
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moevinge;" that is to seyn, that it ne moeveth never-mo, and yit it
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 66

[continues previous] binethe the divyne thoght. For which, yif that we mowen, as
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 5: 67

[continues previous] who seith, that, yif that we mowen, I counseyle, that we enhanse us
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 3

[continues previous] the nature of hem that comprehenden it, lat us loke now, in as
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 6

we mowen eek knowen what his science is. The commune Iugement
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 127

[continues previous] But that science is so fer us biforn,
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 128

[continues previous] We mowen nat, al-though we hadde it sworn,
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 183

[continues previous] 'Thanne mowen we conclude sikerly, that the substaunce of
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 7

of alle creatures resonables thanne is this: that god is eterne.
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Melibee's Tale: 24

... of thy conseillours acorde ther-to, or no. Thanne shaltou considere what thing shal folwe of that conseilling; as hate, pees, werre, grace, profit, or damage; and manye othere thinges. And in alle thise thinges thou shalt chese the beste, and weyve alle othere thinges. Thanne shaltow considere of what rote is engendred the matere of thy conseil, and what fruit it may conceyve and engendre. Thou shalt eek considere alle thise causes, fro whennes they been sprongen. And whan ye han examined your conseil as I have seyd, and which partie is the bettre and more profitable, and hast approved it ... [continues next]
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Melibee's Tale: 36

... they, that consenteden to your adversaries. And certes, as to the firste poynt, it is wel knowen whiche folk been they that consenteden to your hastif wilfulnesse; for trewely, alle tho that conseilleden yow to maken sodeyn werre ne been nat your freendes. Lat us now considere whiche been they, that ye holde so greetly your freendes as to your persone. For al-be-it so that ye be mighty and riche, certes ye ne been nat but allone. For certes, ye ne han no child but a doghter; ne ye ne han bretheren ne cosins germayns, ne noon 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. But thyne enemys been three, and they han manie children, bretheren, cosins, and other ny kinrede; and, though so were that thou haddest slayn of hem two or three, yet dwellen ther y-nowe to wreken hir deeth and to slee thy persone. And though so be that your kinrede be more siker and stedefast than the kin of your adversarie, yet nathelees your kinrede nis but a fer kinrede; they been but litel sib to yow, and the kin of your enemys been ny sib to hem. And certes, as in that, hir condicioun is bet than youres. Thanne lat us considere also if the conseilling of hem that conseilleden yow to taken sodeyn vengeaunce, whether it accorde to resoun? And certes, ye knowe wel "nay." For as by right and resoun, ther may no man taken vengeance on no wight, but the Iuge that ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 70

thanne soothly, that god is eterne, and the world is perpetuel. [continues next]
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Thanne, sin that every Iugement knoweth and comprehendeth by [continues next]
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Lat us considere thanne what is eternitee; for certes that shal
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Melibee's Tale: 24

[continues previous] ... he lyeth. And after this, thou shalt considere the thinges that acorden to that thou purposest for to do by thy conseillours, if resoun accorde therto; and eek, if thy might may atteine ther-to; and if the more part and the bettre part of thy conseillours acorde ther-to, or no. Thanne shaltou considere what thing shal folwe of that conseilling; as hate, pees, werre, grace, profit, or damage; and manye othere thinges. And in alle thise thinges thou shalt chese the beste, and weyve alle othere thinges. Thanne shaltow considere of what rote is engendred the matere of thy conseil, and what fruit it may conceyve and engendre. Thou shalt eek considere alle thise causes, fro whennes they been sprongen. And whan ye han examined your conseil as I have seyd, and which partie is the bettre and more profitable, and hast approved it ...
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Melibee's Tale: 36

[continues previous] ... examine the seconde condicioun, which that the same Tullius addeth in this matere. For Tullius put a thing, which that he clepeth "consentinge," this is to seyn; who been they and how manye, and whiche been they, that consenteden to thy conseil, in thy wilfulnesse to doon hastif vengeance. And lat us considere also who been they, and how manye been they, and whiche been they, that consenteden to your adversaries. And certes, as to the firste poynt, it is wel knowen whiche folk been they that consenteden to your hastif wilfulnesse; for trewely, alle tho that conseilleden yow to maken sodeyn werre ne been nat your freendes. Lat us now considere whiche been they, that ye holde so greetly your freendes as to your persone. For al-be-it so that ye be mighty and riche, certes ye ne been nat but allone. For certes, ye ne han no child but a doghter; ne ye ne han bretheren ne cosins germayns, ne noon 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. But thyne enemys been three, and they han manie children, bretheren, cosins, and other ny kinrede; and, though so were that thou haddest slayn of hem two or three, yet dwellen ther y-nowe to wreken hir deeth and to slee thy persone. And though so be that your kinrede be more siker and stedefast than the kin of your adversarie, yet nathelees your kinrede nis but a fer kinrede; they been but litel sib to yow, and the kin of your enemys been ny sib to hem. And certes, as in that, hir condicioun is bet than youres. Thanne lat us considere also if the conseilling of hem that conseilleden yow to taken sodeyn vengeaunce, whether it accorde to resoun? And certes, ye knowe wel "nay." For as by right and resoun, ther may no man taken vengeance on no wight, but the Iuge that hath the Iurisdiccioun of it, whan it ...
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Parson's Tale: 87

Thanne shal man looke and considere, that if he wole maken a trewe and a profitable confessioun, ther moste be foure condiciouns. First, it moot been in sorweful bitternesse of herte, as seyde the king Ezekias to god: 'I wol remembre me alle the yeres of my lyf in bitternesse of myn herte.' This condicioun of bitternesse ...
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 69

[continues previous] putten worthy names to thinges, and folwen Plato, lat us seye
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[continues previous] thanne soothly, that god is eterne, and the world is perpetuel.
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shewen us to-gidere the devyne nature and the devyne science.
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maneres in the lyknesse of necessitee by the condicioun of the
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Philosophie. 'This is the difference,' quod she; 'that tho [continues next]
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seyn ayein: "How shal it thanne be? Shal nat the devyne [continues next]
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science be chaunged by my disposicioun, whan that I wol o thing [continues next]
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Eternitee, thanne, is parfit possessioun and al-togidere of lyf
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cleerly, that of good and of blisfulnesse is al oon and the same [continues next]
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'This is the difference,' quod she; 'that tho
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[continues previous] seyn ayein: "How shal it thanne be? Shal nat the devyne
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interminable; and that sheweth more cleerly by the comparisoun
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse is requered and desired. By whiche thing it sheweth
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 10: 176

[continues previous] cleerly, that of good and of blisfulnesse is al oon and the same
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of shrewednesse, than sheweth it cleerly that thilke
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comparisoun or collacioun of the presence devyne and of the [continues next]
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or the collacioun of temporel thinges. For al thing that liveth in
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[continues previous] comparisoun or collacioun of the presence devyne and of the
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tyme it is present, and procedeth fro preterits in-to futures, that is
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man out of his place, that is to seyn, fro the stablenes and perfeccioun [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 2 Prose 1: 63

of thinges; and the same chaunginge from oon in-to an-other, [continues next]
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that is to seyn, from adversitee in-to prosperitee, maketh that the [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Metre 12: 49

loketh the helles,' that is to seyn, in-to lowe thinges of the erthe. [continues next]
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faylen, that is to seyn, torne in-to nought. [continues next]
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This is the comune Love to alle thinges; and alle thinges axen [continues next]
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in-to simplicitee, that is to seyn, in-to unmoevabletee, and it ceseth [continues next]
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the infinit spaces of tymes, preterits and futures, and loketh, in
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that it is unworthy thing to seyn, that our futures yeven cause of [continues next]
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Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 40

... Pisces in longitude, and his latitude was 3 degrees meridional; tho tok I the point of A, and sette it in the firste degree of Pisces on the ecliptik, and thanne sette I the point of F dounward in the same signe, by-cause that the latitude was south 3 degrees, that is to seyn, fro the heved of Pisces; and thus have I 3 degrees by-twixe bothe prikkes; thanne sette I the degree of the longitude up-on the orisonte. Tho tok I my label, and leide it fix upon the degree of the longitude; tho sette I the point of A on my label, evene over the ecliptik lyne, in the ende evene of the degree of the longitude, and sette the point of F endlang in my label the space of 3 degrees of the latitude fro the zodiak, this is to seyn, southward fro the ecliptik, toward the bordure; and turned my riet til the prikke of F sat up-on the orisonte; thanne saw I wel that the body of Iuppiter, in his latitude of 3 degrees meridional, ascended with 14 degrees of Pisces in horoscopo. And in this maner maistow wirke with any ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 5 Prose 6: 14

to seyn, fro tyme passed in-to tyme cominge; ne ther nis no-thing
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Merchant's Tale: 131

Ther nis no-thing in gree superlatyf, [continues next]
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Melibee's Tale: 65

... body, by a strenger resoun he defendeth and forbedeth a man to yeven him-self to his enemy. And nathelees I conseille you, that ye mistruste nat my lord. For I wool wel and knowe verraily, that he is debonaire and meke, large, curteys, and nothing desyrous ne coveitous of good ne richesse. For ther nis no-thing in this world that he desyreth, save only worship and honour. Forther-more I knowe wel, and am right seur, that he shal no-thing doon in this nede with-outen my conseil. And I shal so werken in this cause, that, by grace of our lord god, ye shul been reconsiled un-to ... [continues next]
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Melibee's Tale: 69

... quod she, 'ye han wel and goodly answered. For right as by the conseil, assent, and help of your freendes, ye han been stired to venge yow and maken werre, right so with-outen hir conseil shul ye nat accorden yow, ne have pees with your adversaries. For the lawe seith: "ther nis no-thing so good by wey of kinde, as a thing to been unbounde by him that it was y-bounde."'
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Parson's Tale: 61

... him by wit and by resoun and by discrecioun. Thanne arn ther the vertues of feith, and hope in god and in hise seintes, to acheve and acomplice the gode werkes in the whiche he purposeth fermely to continue. Thanne comth seuretee or sikernesse; and that is, whan a man ne douteth no travaille in tyme cominge of the gode werkes that a man hath bigonne. Thanne comth Magnificence, that is to seyn, whan a man dooth and perfourneth grete werkes of goodnesse that he hath bigonne; and that is the ende why that men sholde do gode werkes; for in the acomplissinge of grete goode werkes ... [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 103

... is the blisful companye that reioysen hem everemo, everich of otheres Ioye; ther-as the body of man, that whylom was foul and derk, is more cleer than the sonne; ther-as the body, that whylom was syk, freele, and feble, and mortal, is inmortal, and so strong and so hool that ther may no-thing apeyren it; ther-as ne is neither hunger, thurst, ne cold, but every soule replenissed with the sighte of the parfit knowinge of god. This blisful regne may men purchace by poverte espirituel, and the glorie by lowenesse; the plentee of Ioye by hunger and thurst, and the reste by travaille; and the lyf by ... [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Prose 4: 58

Textus. Whan it was in the soure hungry tyme, ther was [continues next]
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Consolatione Philosophie 1 Metre 5: 20

sterre Sirius eschaufeth hem. Ther nis no-thing unbounde from
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his olde lawe, ne forleteth the werke of his propre estat.
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[continues previous] man out of his place, that is to seyn, fro the stablenes and perfeccioun
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[continues previous] that is to seyn, from adversitee in-to prosperitee, maketh that the
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counfort of this tyme present ne the hope of tyme cominge to [continues next]
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben [continues next]
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of alle goodes; for with-outen him nis ther no-thing founden
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[continues previous] loketh the helles,' that is to seyn, in-to lowe thinges of the erthe.
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'But he,' quod she, 'that is almighty, ther nis nothing that he [continues next]
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ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine, [continues next]
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don yvel. For ther nis no-thing so late in so shorte boundes of [continues next]
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[continues previous] faylen, that is to seyn, torne in-to nought.
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[continues previous] in-to simplicitee, that is to seyn, in-to unmoevabletee, and it ceseth
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For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing
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'How shal it thanne be?' quod I. 'Nis ther thanne no-thing [continues next]
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[continues previous] that it is unworthy thing to seyn, that our futures yeven cause of
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That ther nis man that thinke may [continues next]
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Ther may no-thing as tyme endure, [continues next]
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Ther may no-thing ben his socour [continues next]
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That he ne shal ther seen som thing [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... longitude, and his latitude was 3 degrees meridional; tho tok I the point of A, and sette it in the firste degree of Pisces on the ecliptik, and thanne sette I the point of F dounward in the same signe, by-cause that the latitude was south 3 degrees, that is to seyn, fro the heved of Pisces; and thus have I 3 degrees by-twixe bothe prikkes; thanne sette I the degree of the longitude up-on the orisonte. Tho tok I my label, and leide it fix upon the degree of the longitude; tho sette I the point of A on my label, evene over the ecliptik lyne, in the ende evene of the degree of the longitude, and sette the point of F endlang in my label the space of 3 degrees of the latitude fro the zodiak, this is to seyn, southward fro the ecliptik, toward the bordure; and turned my riet til the prikke of F sat up-on the orisonte; thanne saw I wel that the body of Iuppiter, in his latitude of 3 degrees meridional, ascended with 14 degrees of Pisces in horoscopo. And in this maner maistow wirke with any ...
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That we han lad, and forth the tyme dryve;
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And eek of tyme cominge us reioye,
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establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of
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[continues previous] Ther nis no-thing in gree superlatyf,
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[continues previous] ... defendeth and forbedeth a man to yeven him-self to his enemy. And nathelees I conseille you, that ye mistruste nat my lord. For I wool wel and knowe verraily, that he is debonaire and meke, large, curteys, and nothing desyrous ne coveitous of good ne richesse. For ther nis no-thing in this world that he desyreth, save only worship and honour. Forther-more I knowe wel, and am right seur, that he shal no-thing doon in this nede with-outen my conseil. And I shal so werken in this cause, that, by grace of our lord god, ye shul been reconsiled un-to us.'
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[continues previous] ... by resoun and by discrecioun. Thanne arn ther the vertues of feith, and hope in god and in hise seintes, to acheve and acomplice the gode werkes in the whiche he purposeth fermely to continue. Thanne comth seuretee or sikernesse; and that is, whan a man ne douteth no travaille in tyme cominge of the gode werkes that a man hath bigonne. Thanne comth Magnificence, that is to seyn, whan a man dooth and perfourneth grete werkes of goodnesse that he hath bigonne; and that is the ende why that men sholde do gode werkes; for in the acomplissinge of grete goode ...
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[continues previous] ... ther-as is the blisful companye that reioysen hem everemo, everich of otheres Ioye; ther-as the body of man, that whylom was foul and derk, is more cleer than the sonne; ther-as the body, that whylom was syk, freele, and feble, and mortal, is inmortal, and so strong and so hool that ther may no-thing apeyren it; ther-as ne is neither hunger, thurst, ne cold, but every soule replenissed with the sighte of the parfit knowinge of god. This blisful regne may men purchace by poverte espirituel, and the glorie by lowenesse; the plentee of Ioye by hunger and thurst, and the reste by ...
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[continues previous] Textus. Whan it was in the soure hungry tyme, ther was
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[continues previous] establisshed or cryed grevous and inplitable coempcioun, that men
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[continues previous] counfort of this tyme present ne the hope of tyme cominge to
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[continues previous] me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] 'But he,' quod she, 'that is almighty, ther nis nothing that he
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[continues previous] ther nis no wight that may merveylen y-nough, ne compleine,
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[continues previous] don yvel. For ther nis no-thing so late in so shorte boundes of
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[continues previous] that by right may be cleped either "hap" or elles "aventure of
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eterne. For al-thogh that it comprehende and embrace the space [continues next]
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the [continues next]
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plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of [continues next]
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thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable, [continues next]
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to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it [continues next]
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[continues previous] That ther nis man that thinke may
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[continues previous] What tyme that now present is:
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[continues previous] But never drope retourne may;
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[continues previous] Ther may no-thing as tyme endure,
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[continues previous] Ther may no-thing ben his socour
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[continues previous] That he ne shal ther seen som thing
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his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and
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som man haboundeth both in richesse and noblesse, but yit he
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bewaileth his chaste lyf, for he ne hath no wyf. And som man is
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it mochel, and outrely, and longe; but yit ne hath it nat ben
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[continues previous] of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf
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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] plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of
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[continues previous] thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable,
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[continues previous] to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it
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[continues previous] ne ceseth never for to ben in som maner, it semeth som-del to us,
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alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges
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day, ye ne liven no more but right as in the moevable and
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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the [continues next]
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transitorie moment. Thanne thilke thing that suffreth temporel
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it sholde seme thanne, that thilke thing is alderworst, which that [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the [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 mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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condicioun, al-thogh that it never bigan to be, ne thogh it never
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[continues previous] it sholde seme thanne, that thilke thing is alderworst, which that
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[continues previous] thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the
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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 mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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the lyf of it be strecched with infinitee of tyme, yit algates nis
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that it nis no lenger no beest. And the body of a wight, whyl [continues next]
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it no swich thing that men mighten trowen by right that it is
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thinges bringen to men swich a thing that no good ne fayle hem
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[continues previous] from that other, than sheweth it wel that it is a ded thing, and
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[continues previous] that it nis no lenger no beest. And the body of a wight, whyl
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eterne. For al-thogh that it comprehende and embrace the space
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establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of [continues next]
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it [continues next]
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the infinit spaces of tymes, preterits and futures, and loketh, in [continues next]
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf
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estat? For-why ful anguissous thing is the condicioun of mannes [continues next]
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goodes; for either it cometh nat al-togider to a wight, or elles it [continues next]
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is unstaunchable and infinit, it ne sholde nat only semen litel, but
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so that they may chaungen the limes of the body, algates yit [continues next]
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they may nat chaunge the hertes; for with-inne is y-hid the
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yit ne may it nat, by the infirme light of his bemes, breken or [continues next]
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of the sitting, and nat of the trewe opinioun), algates yit is ther
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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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[continues previous] establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of [continues next]
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[continues previous] his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and [continues next]
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[continues previous] eterne. For al-thogh that it comprehende and embrace the space [continues next]
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[continues previous] of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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[continues previous] al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it [continues next]
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[continues previous] to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it
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[continues previous] ne ceseth never for to ben in som maner, it semeth som-del to us,
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it sholde continue the lyf in goinge, of the whiche lyf it ne mighte [continues next]
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nat enbrace the plentee in dwellinge. And for-thy, yif we wollen [continues next]
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[continues previous] simplicitee of his presence, and embraceth and considereth alle
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[continues previous] the infinit spaces of tymes, preterits and futures, and loketh, in
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they bityden, yit algates ne lese they nat hir propre nature in
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al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it
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But it shal nat ben of philosophye, [continues next]
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Ne physices, ne termes queinte of lawe; [continues next]
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... swerd, hold thee on the lift syde." And after this, thanne shul ye kepe yow wysely from alle swich manere peple as I have seyd bifore, and hem and hir conseil eschewe. And after this, thanne shul ye kepe yow in swich manere, that for any presumpcioun of your strengthe, that ye ne dispyse nat ne acounte nat the might of your adversarie so litel, that ye lete the keping of your persone for your presumpcioun; for every wys man dredeth his enemy. And Salomon seith: "weleful is he that of alle hath drede; for certes, he that thurgh the hardinesse of his herte and thurgh the hardinesse of ...
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... and to thy conseillours. And certes, thou mayst wel seyn that "nay." For sikerly, as for to speke proprely, we may do no-thing but only swich thing as we may doon rightfully. And certes, rightfully ne mowe ye take no vengeance as of your propre auctoritee. Thanne mowe ye seen, that your power ne consenteth nat ne accordeth nat with your wilfulnesse. Lat us now examine the thridde point that Tullius clepeth "consequent." Thou shalt understonde that the vengeance that thou purposest for to take is the consequent. And ther-of folweth another vengeaunce, peril, and werre; and othere damages with-oute nombre, of whiche we be nat war as at ...
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serve to godde, and not to goddes. Ne it was nat convenient, [continues next]
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ne no nede, to taken help of the foulest spirites; I, that thou [continues next]
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manaces of Fortune ne ben nat for to dreden, ne the flateringes
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[continues previous] goodes; for either it cometh nat al-togider to a wight, or elles it
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al-though it seme swete and ioyful to hem that useth it, [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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of the heye pyn-trees. Ne no gest ne straungere ne carf yit [continues next]
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his book, that the renoun of the comune of Rome ne hadde nat [continues next]
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yit passed ne cloumben over the mountaigne that highte Caucasus; [continues next]
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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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'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid [continues next]
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o god; but, by the participacioun of divinitee, ther ne let ne [continues next]
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desturbeth nothing that ther ne ben manye goddes.' [continues next]
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requered of many folkes ne ben nat verray goodes ne parfite, for [continues next]
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the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer [continues next]
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that thou ne shalt remembren thilke thing that thou seydest that [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never [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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so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel [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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partye of men, ne ben nat ne han no beinge; but natheles, it is so, [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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[continues previous] vyces); ne the herbes of Circes ne ben nat mighty. For al-be-it
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manere, that shrewes ben more unsely whan they ne ben nat [continues next]
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punisshed, al-be-it so that ther ne be had no resoun or lawe of [continues next]
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[continues previous] yit ne may it nat, by the infirme light of his bemes, breken or [continues next]
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neither nother habite; for he noot nat al, ne he ne hath nat al [continues next]
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foryeten: but yit him remembreth the somme of thinges that he [continues next]
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of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes [continues next]
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ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles, [continues next]
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table of wex or in parchemin that ne hath no figure ne note in it. [continues next]
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it mochel, and outrely, and longe; but yit ne hath it nat ben [continues next]
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determined ne y-sped fermely and diligently of any of yow. And [continues next]
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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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y-sustened by stidefast resoun, ne shal nat ben lad ne proeved by [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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and the sensible material conceived by wit; ne it ne useth nat nor [continues next]
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of resoun ne of imaginacioun ne of wit withoute-forth; but it [continues next]
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[continues previous] seen and to formen the figures, algates, al-thogh that wit ne were [continues next]
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[continues previous] nat present, yit it environeth and comprehendeth alle thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and
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[continues previous] of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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[continues previous] al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it [continues next]
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[continues previous] ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But [continues next]
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and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke [continues next]
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[continues previous] it sholde continue the lyf in goinge, of the whiche lyf it ne mighte
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[continues previous] nat enbrace the plentee in dwellinge. And for-thy, yif we wollen
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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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ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But
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[continues previous] Ne physices, ne termes queinte of lawe;
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[continues previous] serve to godde, and not to goddes. Ne it was nat convenient,
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[continues previous] ne no nede, to taken help of the foulest spirites; I, that thou
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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] of the heye pyn-trees. Ne no gest ne straungere ne carf yit
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[continues previous] the heye see with ores or with shippes; ne they ne hadde seyn
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[continues previous] his book, that the renoun of the comune of Rome ne hadde nat
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[continues previous] yit passed ne cloumben over the mountaigne that highte Caucasus;
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[continues previous] goodes, whiche that ne mowen nat yeven that they biheten, ne
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[continues previous] ne ben nat weyes ne pathes that bringen men to blisfulnesse,
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[continues previous] 'This take I wel,' quod I, 'ne this ne may nat ben withseid
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same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne [continues next]
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folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro [continues next]
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[continues previous] o god; but, by the participacioun of divinitee, ther ne let ne
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[continues previous] desturbeth nothing that ther ne ben manye goddes.'
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[continues previous] requered of many folkes ne ben nat verray goodes ne parfite, for
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[continues previous] the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer
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[continues previous] that thou ne shalt remembren thilke thing that thou seydest that
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'ne yit ne doute I it naught, ne I nel never
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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] so grete thinges; ne I ne doute nat that thou ne mayst wel
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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] 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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that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth [continues next]
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[continues previous] manere, that shrewes ben more unsely whan they ne ben nat
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[continues previous] punisshed, al-be-it so that ther ne be had no resoun or lawe of
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[continues previous] yit ne may it nat, by the infirme light of his bemes, breken or
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[continues previous] neither nother habite; for he noot nat al, ne he ne hath nat al
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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 ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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[continues previous] ben purveyed, ther-fore ne bityde they nat. Yit natheles,
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[continues previous] table of wex or in parchemin that ne hath no figure ne note in it.
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[continues previous] it mochel, and outrely, and longe; but yit ne hath it nat ben
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[continues previous] determined ne y-sped fermely and diligently of any of yow. And
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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] purviance wot biforn to comen ne ben nat to bityden; but that
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[continues previous] ne sholden we nat demen; but rather, al-thogh that they shal
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[continues previous] and the sensible material conceived by wit; ne it ne useth nat nor
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[continues previous] of resoun ne of imaginacioun ne of wit withoute-forth; but it
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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] al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it
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[continues previous] and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke
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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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nat thilke thinges necessarie which that they seen ben y-doon in [continues next]
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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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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the
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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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[continues previous] that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth
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y-doon — what is thilke prescience that ne comprehendeth no
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certein thing ne stable? Or elles what difference is ther bitwixe
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it sholde seme thanne, that thilke thing is alderworst, which that
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establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of [continues next]
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day, ye ne liven no more but right as in the moevable and
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transitorie moment. Thanne thilke thing that suffreth temporel
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condicioun, al-thogh that it never bigan to be, ne thogh it never
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thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable, [continues next]
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the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the [continues next]
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to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it [continues next]
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[continues previous] Why axestow thanne, or why desputestow thanne, that thilke
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[continues previous] nat thilke thinges necessarie which that they seen ben y-doon in
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe
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plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of
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'I nas nat deceived,' quod she, 'that ther ne faileth somwhat,
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[continues previous] establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of
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[continues previous] his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and
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the future, and to whom ther nis naught of the preterit escaped [continues next]
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[continues previous] thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable,
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[continues previous] the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the
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[continues previous] to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it
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the future, and to whom ther nis naught of the preterit escaped
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[continues previous] plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of
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[continues previous] the future, and to whom ther nis naught of the preterit escaped
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'Now god, to whom ther nis no cause y-wrye,
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nor y-passed, thilke same is y-witnessed and y-proeved by right to
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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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it bihoveth, by necessitee, that every thing be right as science [continues next]
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be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be
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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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[continues previous] 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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and eek, whan I have knowe that any thing shal bityden, so
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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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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knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth [continues next]
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necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any [continues next]
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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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than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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Than by necessitee bihoveth it
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That, certes, thyn opinioun soth be,
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al-wey present to him-self, and compotent; as who seith, al-wey
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al-wey present to him-self, and compotent; as who seith, al-wey [continues next]
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present to him-self, and so mighty that al be right at his plesaunce; [continues next]
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[continues previous] necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any
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present to him-self, and so mighty that al be right at his plesaunce;
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[continues previous] al-wey present to him-self, and compotent; as who seith, al-wey
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Wher-for som men trowen wrongfully that, whan they heren that
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the forme of the body with-oute, sheweth yit that thise shrewes
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weren whylom men; wher-for, whan they ben perverted and
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miracle; so that shrewes han maked shrewes to ben gode men.
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For whan that som shrewes seen that they suffren wrongfully
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of tyme, ne that it never shal han failinge, they wenen in this
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Parson's Tale: 11

... yeven acountes,' as seith seint Bernard, 'of alle the godes that han be yeven him in this present lyf, and how he hath hem despended; in so muche that ther shal nat perisse an heer of his heed, ne a moment of an houre ne shal nat perisse of his tyme, that he ne shal yeve of it a rekening.'
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'And that, to governe this world,' quod she, 'ne shal he never
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han nede of non help fro with-oute? For elles, yif he hadde
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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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Ne shal I never on him han other routhe.' —
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maner that this world be maked coeterne with his maker; as who
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wene that it were to doute; as who seith, but I wot wel that god [continues next]
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seith, they wene that this world and god ben maked togider eterne,
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[continues previous] wene that it were to doute; as who seith, but I wot wel that god
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and that is a wrongful weninge. For other thing is it to ben y-lad
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god purvyeth the thinges to comen for they ben to comen, what
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other thing is it but for to wene that thilke thinges that bitidden
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ben eschued. And at the laste, yif that any wight wene a thing
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to ben other weyes thanne it is, it is nat only unscience, but it is
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the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the [continues next]
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by lyf interminable, as Plato graunted to the world, and other
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[continues previous] thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable, [continues next]
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thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable,
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establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of
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his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and
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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the [continues next]
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plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of [continues next]
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[continues previous] by lyf interminable, as Plato graunted to the world, and other [continues next]
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to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it [continues next]
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the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the
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noble thing and a cleer thing is power, that is nat founden
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that contenede that he hath conioined and y-bounde. Ne the
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'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.'
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For this is the forme of the devyne substaunce, that is swich that [continues next]
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it ne slydeth nat in-to outterest foreine thinges, ne ne receiveth [continues next]
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don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open
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thing and manifest, that they that mowen don yvel ben of lasse
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rightful veniaunce. But this is open thing and cleer, that it is
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right that shrewes ben punisshed, and it is wikkednesse and
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[continues previous] thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the
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[continues previous] plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of
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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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[continues previous] to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it
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present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the [continues next]
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nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges [continues next]
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mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst [continues next]
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[continues previous] For this is the forme of the devyne substaunce, that is swich that [continues next]
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to beren up a-heigh thy corage; so that thy thoght ne be nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the [continues next]
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[continues previous] mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst [continues next]
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Ne it ne sholde nat semen to us, that god is elder thanne
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... it hath to swelwe and devoure." And as wel as ye wolde eschewe to be called an avaricious man or chinche, as wel sholde ye kepe yow and governe yow in swich a wyse that men calle yow nat fool-large. Therfore seith Tullius: "the goodes," he seith, "of thyn hous ne sholde nat been hid, ne kept so cloos but that they mighte been opened by pitee and debonairetee;" that is to seyn, to yeven part to hem that han greet nede; "ne thy goodes shullen nat been so opene, to been every mannes goodes." Afterward, in getinge of your richesses and in usinge hem, ye ...
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as the peyne of the accusacioun aiuged biforn ne sholde nat
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sodeinly henten ne punisshen wrongfully Albin, a counseiller of
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stille, ne sholde nat elden;' that is to seyn, that [him] leste that,
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is unstaunchable and infinit, it ne sholde nat only semen litel, but
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'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely [continues next]
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parfit good, sholde ben more worthy than god, and it sholde
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semen that thilke thing were first, and elder than god. For
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seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that [continues next]
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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that contenede that he hath conioined and y-bounde. Ne the
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certein ordre of nature ne sholde nat bringe forth so ordenee
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And thilke thing, what-so-ever it be, by which that alle thinges [continues next]
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'It mot nedes be so,' quod I; 'for the reaume ne sholde nat
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semen blisful yif ther were a yok of misdrawinges in dyverse
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parties; ne the savinge of obedient thinges ne sholde nat be.'
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[continues previous] it ne slydeth nat in-to outterest foreine thinges, ne ne receiveth
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And per-aventure it sholde semen to som folk that this were
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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woldest fayn lernen that it ne sholde nat longe dure: and that
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ne in erthe, ne saye no-thing more; than it sholde semen to
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which it decerneth and demeth every thing; thanne knoweth it, [continues next]
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mochel as apertieneth to that, sholden thanne thinges that comen [continues next]
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[continues previous] to beren up a-heigh thy corage; so that thy thoght ne be nat
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[continues previous] y-hevied ne put lowe under fote, sin that thy body is so heye
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thanne tho thinges that ben absolut and quite fro alle talents [continues next]
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Why axestow thanne, or why desputestow thanne, that thilke [continues next]
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[continues previous] present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the
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[continues previous] nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges
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[continues previous] wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne
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[continues previous] mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst
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to entrechaunge stoundes of knowinge;"' as who seith, ne shal it
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nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse
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Legend of Good Women Prologue A: 320

Ageyns these points that ye han to him meved;
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A god ne sholde nat be thus agreved,
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Agayns al this that ye han to him meved;
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A god ne sholde nat be thus agreved,
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... at the poynt of thy label in the bordure set a prikke. Turn thanne thy riet aboute til the degree of the sonne sit up-on the west orisonte, and ley thy label up-on the same degree of the sonne, and at the point of thy label set a-nother prikke. Rekne thanne the quantitee of tyme in the bordure by-twixe bothe prikkes, and tak ther thyn ark of the day. The remenant of the bordure under the orisonte is the ark of the night. Thus maistow rekne bothe arches, or every porcion, of whether that thee lyketh. And by this manere of ... [continues next]
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thinges that ben y-maked by quantitee of tyme, but rather by
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me wel that over thilke good ther nis no-thing more to ben
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[continues previous] 'Thise thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that is to sey, erthely
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[continues previous] seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that
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[continues previous] ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only
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[continues previous] And thilke thing, what-so-ever it be, by which that alle thinges
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[continues previous] ben y-maked and y-lad, I clepe him "god"; that is a word that
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'And certein is,' quod she, 'that by the getinge of good ben
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[continues previous] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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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] 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] thanne tho thinges that ben absolut and quite fro alle talents
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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] ... poynt of thy label in the bordure set a prikke. Turn thanne thy riet aboute til the degree of the sonne sit up-on the west orisonte, and ley thy label up-on the same degree of the sonne, and at the point of thy label set a-nother prikke. Rekne thanne the quantitee of tyme in the bordure by-twixe bothe prikkes, and tak ther thyn ark of the day. The remenant of the bordure under the orisonte is the ark of the night. Thus maistow rekne bothe arches, or every porcion, of whether that thee lyketh. And by this manere of wyrking maistow see how ...
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the propretee of his simple nature. For this ilke infinit moevinge
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rethorike rethoriens. For-why the nature of every thing maketh
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his propretee, ne it is nat entremedled with the effects of the
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of temporel thinges folweth this presentarie estat of lyf unmoevable;
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to god, al-weys, an eterne and presentarie estat; and the science [continues next]
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of him, that over-passeth al temporel moevement, dwelleth in the [continues next]
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and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke
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thou thing in thy power that thou noldest never lesen, ne Fortune
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ne may nat beneme it thee. And that thou mayst knowe that
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ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen
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that he is despysed of most folk, so as dignitee ne may nat
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no good in it-self, ne semblaunce of good, it ne may nat wel in
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with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat
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be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by
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which that is inestimable, that is to seyn, that it is so greet, that it
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ne may nat ben ful y-preysed. And this is only the manere, that is
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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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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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quantitee of future and of preterit: and so as it ne may nat han
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that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat
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atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence
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[continues previous] to god, al-weys, an eterne and presentarie estat; and the science
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bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and
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to it for the inmoevabletee, that is to seyn, that is in the
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... 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 hous and chaceth the holy goost out of mannes soule, and wasteth and destroyeth the lyknesse of god, that is to seyn, the vertu that is in mannes soule; and put in him the lyknesse of the devel, and binimeth the man fro god that is his rightful lord. This Ire is a ful greet plesaunce to the devel; for it is the develes fourneys, that is eschaufed with the fyr of helle. For certes, right so ...
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eternitee of god, it faileth and falleth in-to moevinge fro the simplicitee
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larger spaces, in so moche as it is forthest fro the middel simplicitee [continues next]
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of the poynt; and yif ther be any-thing that knitteth and [continues next]
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of the presence of god, and disencreseth in-to the infinit
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[continues previous] of the poynt; and yif ther be any-thing that knitteth and
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quantitee of future and of preterit: and so as it ne may nat han
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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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that he is despysed of most folk, so as dignitee ne may nat
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and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke
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it sholde continue the lyf in goinge, of the whiche lyf it ne mighte [continues next]
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nat enbrace the plentee in dwellinge. And for-thy, yif we wollen [continues next]
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bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and
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to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it
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Thy sys fortune hath turned into as; [continues next]
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And yit for thee ne weep she never a tere! [continues next]
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But for as moche as it is nat tyme yit of faster remedies, and [continues next]
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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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thilke man to which she hir-self is conioigned. And for as moche [continues next]
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as honours of poeple ne may nat maken folk digne of honour, it [continues next]
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establisshed in tyme that may enbracen to-gider al the space of [continues next]
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his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and [continues next]
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eterne. For al-thogh that it comprehende and embrace the space [continues next]
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the
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plentee of the lyf interminable, to whom ther ne faileth naught of
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thing is it to embrace to-gider al the present of the lyf interminable,
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the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the
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[continues previous] it sholde continue the lyf in goinge, of the whiche lyf it ne mighte
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[continues previous] nat enbrace the plentee in dwellinge. And for-thy, yif we wollen
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ne ceseth never for to ben in som maner, it semeth som-del to us,
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[continues previous] And yit for thee ne weep she never a tere!
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[continues previous] But for as moche as it is nat tyme yit of faster remedies, and
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[continues previous] thilke man to which she hir-self is conioigned. And for as moche
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[continues previous] as honours of poeple ne may nat maken folk digne of honour, it
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same thing fro which it is understonden to ben dyvers. Thanne [continues next]
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[continues previous] his lyf. For certes, yit ne hath it taken the tyme of to-morwe, and
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[continues previous] of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf
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of the ay-dwellinge presence of god, it graunteth, to swiche maner [continues next]
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thinges as it bitydeth to, that it semeth hem as thise thinges han [continues next]
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that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat
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palis, whider as that chateringe or anoyinge folye ne may nat [continues next]
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thou thing in thy power that thou noldest never lesen, ne Fortune [continues next]
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ne may nat beneme it thee. And that thou mayst knowe that [continues next]
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Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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awey in any wyse, (for more worthy thing and more digne is
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thilke thing that may nat ben taken awey); than sheweth it wel, [continues next]
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that the unstablenesse of fortune may nat atayne to receiven [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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elles? For it is nat to wene that thilke thing, that is most worthy [continues next]
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vilenye. And for as mochel as thou mowe knowe that thilke
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verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie
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which thing it folweth, that yif thou ne have no gentilesse of
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thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed
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that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle
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[continues previous] folweth it, that thilke thing that by his nature is dyvers fro
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no good in it-self, ne semblaunce of good, it ne may nat wel in [continues next]
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I.
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good thanne mayst thou descryven right thus: good is thilke
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thing that every wight desireth.'
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'Ther ne may be thought,' quod I, 'no more verray thing.
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and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that
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other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat
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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 [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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be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by [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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resoun wel seen that, that it ne may nat biholden in it-self. And [continues next]
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and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges as it bitydeth to, that it semeth hem as thise thinges han
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knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth [continues next]
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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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atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence
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[continues previous] palis, whider as that chateringe or anoyinge folye ne may nat
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[continues previous] atayne, we scorne swiche ravineres and henteres of fouleste
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[continues previous] thou thing in thy power that thou noldest never lesen, ne Fortune
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[continues previous] ne may nat beneme it thee. And that thou mayst knowe that
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[continues previous] that the unstablenesse of fortune may nat atayne to receiven
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[continues previous] verray blisfulnesse. And yit more-over: what man that this
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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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moment som porcioun of it, al-though it litel be. But natheles, [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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[continues previous] no good in it-self, ne semblaunce of good, it ne may nat wel in
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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] be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by
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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] resoun wel seen that, that it ne may nat biholden in it-self. And
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[continues previous] and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke
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of this litel and swifte moment: the which presence of this litel [continues next]
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and swifte moment, for that it bereth a maner image or lyknesse [continues next]
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[continues previous] knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth
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[continues previous] necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any
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[continues previous] And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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of this litel and swifte moment: the which presence of this litel
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[continues previous] moment som porcioun of it, al-though it litel be. But natheles,
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[continues previous] atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence [continues next]
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[continues previous] of this litel and swifte moment: the which presence of this litel [continues next]
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[continues previous] and swifte moment, for that it bereth a maner image or lyknesse [continues next]
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and swifte moment, for that it bereth a maner image or lyknesse
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[continues previous] atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence
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[continues previous] of this litel and swifte moment: the which presence of this litel
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[continues previous] And, for that the presence of swich litel moment ne may nat
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of the ay-dwellinge presence of god, it graunteth, to swiche maner
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as that a maner necessitee be imposed to gentil men, for that [continues next]
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ne ceseth never for to ben in som maner, it semeth som-del to us, [continues next]
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thinges as it bitydeth to, that it semeth hem as thise thinges han
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of people, whiche that yeveth to men, as it semeth hem, a maner
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Certes, now am I redy to referren the goodes of the body to
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thise forseide thinges aboven; for it semeth that strengthe and
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body semeth yeven delyt. In alle thise thinges it semeth only
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that blisfulnesse is desired. For-why thilke thing that every man
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to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben [continues next]
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the thinges that men wolen and desiren to geten. And for this [continues next]
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[continues previous] any good in gentilesse, I trowe it be al-only this, that it semeth
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[continues previous] as that a maner necessitee be imposed to gentil men, for that
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'So,' quod she, 'as it semeth that blisfulnesse conteneth many
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thinges, it were for to witen whether that alle thise thinges maken
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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han pitee of hem that han suffred and receyved the thinges that [continues next]
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taken hem-self to hir Iuges and to hir accusors. For which it
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bitydeth that, as to the wyse folk, ther nis no place y-leten to
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oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two [continues next]
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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[continues previous] ne ceseth never for to ben in som maner, it semeth som-del to us,
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[continues previous] that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat
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[continues previous] to have and to usen that may delyten hem. Certes, thise ben
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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[continues previous] han pitee of hem that han suffred and receyved the thinges that [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben grevous and aspre, and yit men sholden more rightfully han [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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And, for that the presence of swich litel moment ne may nat
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben
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prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] han pitee of hem that han suffred and receyved the thinges that
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[continues previous] oon and of that other, he shal lightly mowen seen, that thise two
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[continues previous] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence
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of this litel and swifte moment: the which presence of this litel
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and swifte moment, for that it bereth a maner image or lyknesse
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dwelle, ther-for it ravisshed and took the infinit wey of tyme, that
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tyme; that is to seyn, first whan I loste my memorie by the [continues next]
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of imagininge and of wit, that is to seyn, by resoun and by imaginacioun [continues next]
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is to seyn, by successioun; and by this maner is it y-doon, for that
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[continues previous] tyme; that is to seyn, first whan I loste my memorie by the
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[continues previous] of imagininge and of wit, that is to seyn, by resoun and by imaginacioun
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it sholde continue the lyf in goinge, of the whiche lyf it ne mighte
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Ne Priapus ne mighte nat suffyse, [continues next]
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vigour and strengthe that it ne mighte nat ben empted; al were it [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.' [continues next]
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the whiche they ne mighte nat don, yif they mighten dwellen in [continues next]
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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al-togider; for it ne hath nat the futures that ne ben nat yit, ne it [continues next]
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quantitee of future and of preterit: and so as it ne may nat han [continues next]
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to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it [continues next]
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nat enbrace the plentee in dwellinge. And for-thy, yif we wollen
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[continues previous] Ne coude of it the beautee wel devyse;
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[continues previous] Ne Priapus ne mighte nat suffyse,
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[continues previous] vigour and strengthe that it ne mighte nat ben empted; al were it
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod I, 'al-outrely it ne mighte nat availen him.'
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[continues previous] the whiche they ne mighte nat don, yif they mighten dwellen in
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[continues previous] of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf
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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] quantitee of future and of preterit: and so as it ne may nat han
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[continues previous] to-gider al the plentee of the lyf, algates yit, for as moche as it
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putten worthy names to thinges, and folwen Plato, lat us seye
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Lat us considere thanne what is eternitee; for certes that shal [continues next]
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thanne soothly, that god is eterne, and the world is perpetuel.
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[continues previous] of alle creatures resonables thanne is this: that god is eterne. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Lat us considere thanne what is eternitee; for certes that shal [continues next]
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his owne nature thinges that ben subiect un-to him, ther is soothly
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to god, al-weys, an eterne and presentarie estat; and the science
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Thanne, sin that every Iugement knoweth and comprehendeth by
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thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif [continues next]
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which it decerneth and demeth every thing; thanne knoweth it,
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by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren.
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thinges been y-knowe al-oonly by the strengthe and by the nature [continues next]
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knowe thise thinges, but demeth and knoweth, of his owne strengthe, [continues next]
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othre, sin it knoweth by his propre nature nat only his subiect, as [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle creatures resonables thanne is this: that god is eterne.
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his owne nature thinges that ben subiect un-to him, ther is soothly
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thyne? Fortune ne shal never maken that swiche thinges ben
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thyne, that nature of thinges hath maked foreine fro thee. Sooth
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[continues previous] thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif
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[continues previous] thinges been y-knowe al-oonly by the strengthe and by the nature
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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] knowe thise thinges, but demeth and knoweth, of his owne strengthe,
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[continues previous] othre, sin it knoweth by his propre nature nat only his subiect, as
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sooth, ne that ther nis nothing sensible; or elles, for that resoun
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wot wel that many thinges ben subiect to wit and to imaginacioun,
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thanne soothly, that god is eterne, and the world is perpetuel. [continues next]
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to god, al-weys, an eterne and presentarie estat; and the science
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of temporel thinges folweth this presentarie estat of lyf unmoevable; [continues next]
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and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke [continues next]
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[continues previous] thanne soothly, that god is eterne, and the world is perpetuel.
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of him, that over-passeth al temporel moevement, dwelleth in the
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[continues previous] of temporel thinges folweth this presentarie estat of lyf unmoevable;
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simplicitee of his presence, and embraceth and considereth alle
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of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf [continues next]
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the infinit spaces of tymes, preterits and futures, and loketh, in
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he loketh and seeth alle thinges alone, thou mayst seyn that he is [continues next]
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imaginatif. Seestow nat thanne that alle the thinges, in knowinge, [continues next]
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tyme it is present, and procedeth fro preterits in-to futures, that is
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[continues previous] eterne. For al-thogh that it comprehende and embrace the space
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[continues previous] of lyf infinit, yit algates ne embraceth it nat the space of the lyf
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knowinge, establissheth maner to alle thinges, and it ne oweth [continues next]
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his simple knowinge, alle thinges of preterit right as they weren
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medes, ne shrewes lakken never-mo torments. For of alle thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] he loketh and seeth alle thinges alone, thou mayst seyn that he is
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bityden first or they weren y-doon; and thilke same thinges, [continues next]
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[continues previous] imaginatif. Seestow nat thanne that alle the thinges, in knowinge,
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[continues previous] usen more of hir facultee or of hir power than they doon of the
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beinge; by the which first, or that they weren y-doon, they [continues next]
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thanne ben they absolut fro the bond of necessitee. Right so as
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alle thinges that apereth or sheweth to the wittes, yif thou referre
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[continues previous] science, which that embraceth alle thinges by his presentarie
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[continues previous] knowinge, establissheth maner to alle thinges, and it ne oweth
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y-doon presently right now. Yif thou wolt thanne thenken and
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Is ther any-thing more precious to thee than thy-self? Thou
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wolt answere, "nay." Thanne, yif it so be that thou art mighty
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thanne wolt thou seye now that that is the contree that thou [continues next]
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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] bityden first or they weren y-doon; and thilke same thinges,
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[continues previous] beinge; by the which first, or that they weren y-doon, they
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avyse the prescience, by which it knoweth alle thinges, thou ne
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... save your grace, certes ye despysen alle wommen in this wyse; and "he that alle despyseth alle displeseth," as seith the book. And Senek seith that "who-so wole have sapience, shal no man dispreise; but he shal gladly techen the science that he can, with-outen presumpcioun or pryde. And swiche thinges as he nought ne can, he shal nat been ashamed to lerne hem and enquere of lasse folk than him-self." And sir, that ther hath been many a good womman, may lightly be preved. For certes, sir, our lord Iesu Crist wolde never have descended to be born of a womman, if alle wommen ... [continues next]
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put out of the cure of god. For of alle other thinges thou [continues next]
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ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh! [continues next]
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false opinioun, that mayst thou nat rightfully blamen ne aretten [continues next]
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to thinges: as who seith, for thou hast yit many habundaunces of [continues next]
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben [continues next]
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prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self [continues next]
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songes that hadden overcomen alle thinges ne mighten nat [continues next]
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the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer [continues next]
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And thilke thing, what-so-ever it be, by which that alle thinges
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nis no-thing. And thise thinges ne shewedest thou nat with none [continues next]
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[continues previous] thanne wolt thou seye now that that is the contree that thou
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woot and alle thinges may, and ne wole nat but only gode [continues next]
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don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open [continues next]
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the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute [continues next]
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thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [continues next]
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they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For [continues next]
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alle thinges from an heigh, ne withstondeth nat no thinges by [continues next]
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of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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that the ordre of causes hath it-self; al-thogh that it ne seme nat [continues next]
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thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde? [continues next]
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comprehended the forme, it knoweth and demeth alle the thinges
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biholdeth alle thinges, so as I shal seye, by a strok of thought [continues next]
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devyne lookinge, biholdinge alle thinges under him, ne troubleth [continues next]
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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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alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges [continues next]
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shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou
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[continues previous] ... save your grace, certes ye despysen alle wommen in this wyse; and "he that alle despyseth alle displeseth," as seith the book. And Senek seith that "who-so wole have sapience, shal no man dispreise; but he shal gladly techen the science that he can, with-outen presumpcioun or pryde. And swiche thinges as he nought ne can, he shal nat been ashamed to lerne hem and enquere of lasse folk than him-self." And sir, that ther hath been many a good womman, may lightly be preved. For certes, sir, our lord Iesu Crist wolde never have descended to be born of a womman, if alle wommen hadden ben wikke. And ...
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[continues previous] ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh!
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[continues previous] false opinioun, that mayst thou nat rightfully blamen ne aretten
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[continues previous] to thinges: as who seith, for thou hast yit many habundaunces of
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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] songes that hadden overcomen alle thinges ne mighten nat
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[continues previous] the thinges that thou hast graunted, it ne shal nat ben right fer
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[continues previous] nis no-thing. And thise thinges ne shewedest thou nat with none
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[continues previous] woot and alle thinges may, and ne wole nat but only gode
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[continues previous] don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open
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[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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[continues previous] they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For
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[continues previous] alle thinges from an heigh, ne withstondeth nat no thinges by
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[continues previous] god ne may nat ben desseived in no manere, than mot it nedes
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stedefast prescience of thing to comen, but rather an uncertein
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[continues previous] that the ordre of causes hath it-self; al-thogh that it ne seme nat
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[continues previous] that the prescience bringe in necessitee of bitydinge to thinges to
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[continues previous] thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde?
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that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as
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thou thy-self hast confessed it and biknowen a litel her-biforn, what
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no necessitee to thinges that men doon, right so the prescience of
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thinges to comen ne bringeth in no necessitee to thinges to
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[continues previous] of resoun ne of imaginacioun ne of wit withoute-forth; but it
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[continues previous] biholdeth alle thinges, so as I shal seye, by a strok of thought
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nat that the devyne intelligence bi-holdeth or knoweth thinges to
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comen, but right as the resoun of mankinde knoweth hem. For
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to comen. Ne it confoundeth nat the Iugement of thinges; but
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by o sighte of his thought, he knoweth the thinges to comen, as
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wel necessarie as nat necessarie. Right so as whan ye seen
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[continues previous] nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward;
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[continues previous] wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne
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[continues previous] mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst
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[continues previous] nat fleen the sighte of the presente eye, al-though that thou torne
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[continues previous] now, and now another? And thilke prescience, ne semeth it nat
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[continues previous] to entrechaunge stoundes of knowinge;"' as who seith, ne shal it
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[continues previous] nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse
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[continues previous] alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges
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instaunce, that never ne faileth. For which it nis nat y-cleped
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nis nat rather for thise thinges to ben wondred up-on, than for [continues next]
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sholden ben defouled and vyle; but it nis nat so. For yif tho [continues next]
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forleten they vertues and folwen vyces? Nis it nat for that they
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ne knowen nat the goodes? But what thing is more feble and
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"previdence," but it sholde rather ben cleped "purviaunce," that
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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] sholden ben defouled and vyle; but it nis nat so. For yif tho
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thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that [continues next]
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shollen ther nevere ben, ne nevere weren, vyce ne vertu, but it
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sholde rather ben confusioun of alle desertes medled with-outen
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She was ful fer fro that entencioun. [continues next]
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is establisshed ful fer fro right lowe thinges, and biholdeth from
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... 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] thinges ben dyverse. For purviaunce is thilke divyne reson that
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[continues previous] is establisshed in the soverein prince of thinges; the whiche purviaunce
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that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth [continues next]
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to ben other weyes thanne it is, it is nat only unscience, but it is
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deceivable opinioun ful diverse and fer fro the sothe of science.
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our sowle, that discerneth and biholdeth alle thinges? And [continues next]
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whennes is thilke strengthe that biholdeth the singuler thinges; [continues next]
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to right heye thinges; and som-tyme it descendeth in-to [continues next]
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right lowe thinges. And whan it retorneth in-to him-self, it reproeveth [continues next]
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biholdeth alle thinges, so as I shal seye, by a strok of thought [continues next]
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nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges [continues next]
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[continues previous] She was ful fer fro that entencioun.
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a-fer alle thinges, right as it were fro the heye heighte of thinges.
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and, being in hevene, reioyseth that it is exempt fro alle
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erthely thinges? As who seith, thanne rekketh the sowle of no
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and brought to soverein good, right as alle thinges that ben brought
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[continues previous] that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth
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[continues previous] our sowle, that discerneth and biholdeth alle thinges? And
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[continues previous] it heveth up the heved, that is to seyn, that it heveth up the entencioun
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[continues previous] to right heye thinges; and som-tyme it descendeth in-to
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[continues previous] right lowe thinges. And whan it retorneth in-to him-self, it reproeveth
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[continues previous] of resoun ne of imaginacioun ne of wit withoute-forth; but it
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[continues previous] biholdeth alle thinges, so as I shal seye, by a strok of thought
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[continues previous] nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges
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[continues previous] present to him-ward as they shullen bityde to yow-ward in tyme
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thanne ben they absolut fro the bond of necessitee. Right so as
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alle thinges that apereth or sheweth to the wittes, yif thou referre
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Why axestow thanne, or why desputestow thanne, that thilke
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... be so necligent that they ne descharge hem nat by tyme. And therfore, al-thogh ther be a difference bitwixe thise two causes of drenchinge, algates the ship is dreynt. Right so fareth it somtyme of deedly sinne, and of anoyouse veniale sinnes, whan they multiplye in a man so greetly, that thilke worldly thinges that he loveth, thurgh whiche he sinneth venially, is as greet in his herte as the love of god, or more. And therfore, the love of every thing, that is nat biset in god ne doon principally for goddes sake, al-though that a man love it lasse than god, yet is ... [continues next]
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ben hise in propre, than wol I graunte frely that alle thilke [continues next]
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thinges weren thyne whiche that thou axest. Whan that nature [continues next]
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errours mis-torneth you ther-fro. Consider now yif that by thilke [continues next]
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ne semeth fayle, certes than wole I graunte that they ben maked [continues next]
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blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that [continues next]
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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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seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that [continues next]
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graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise [continues next]
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othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only [continues next]
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'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she; [continues next]
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that swiche thinges ben doon in the regne of god, that alle thinges [continues next]
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that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth [continues next]
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed [continues next]
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thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [continues next]
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which it decerneth and demeth every thing; thanne knoweth it, [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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bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben [continues next]
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other thing is it but for to wene that thilke thinges that bitidden [continues next]
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whylom ben causes of thilke soverein purvyaunce that is in god? [continues next]
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seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat [continues next]
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of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges [continues next]
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by necessitee to doon vyces). Thanne is ther no resoun to hopen in [continues next]
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but that it ne putteth no necessitee to thinges; thanne [continues next]
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trowe I, that thilke selve freedom of wil shal dwellen al hool and [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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doon hem, ne han no necessitee that men doon hem, eek tho [continues next]
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no necessitee to thinges that men doon, right so the prescience of [continues next]
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certes, they semen to discorden. For thou wenest that, yif that [continues next]
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thinges ben y-seyn biforn, that necessitee folweth hem; and yif [continues next]
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thanne tho thinges that ben absolut and quite fro alle talents [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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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the [continues next]
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Ne it ne sholde nat semen to us, that god is elder thanne [continues next]
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thinges that ben y-maked by quantitee of tyme, but rather by [continues next]
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hir sighte? For addeth thy biholdinge any necessitee to thilke [continues next]
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thinges that thou biholdest presente?' [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 mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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... assendent; as verreyly as may be taken by so smal an instrument. But natheles, in general, wolde I warne thee for evere, ne mak thee nevere bold to have take a iust ascendent by thyn Astrolabie, or elles to have set iustly a clokke, whan any celestial body by which that thow wenest governe thilke thinges ben ney the south lyne; for trust wel, whan that the sonne is ney the meridional lyne, the degree of the sonne renneth so longe consentrik up-on the almikanteras, that sothly thou shalt erre fro the iust assendent. The same conclusioun sey I by the centre of any sterre ... [continues next]
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Bihoveth it that thinges, whiche that falle, [continues next]
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That they in certayn ben purveyed alle. [continues next]
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That thilke thinges that in erthe falle, [continues next]
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That by necessitee they comen alle. [continues next]
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thinges ben doon by necessitee whiche that ben y-seyn and
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Til that he hadde al the sighte y-seyn, [continues next]
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And daunced wel, he wolde nat come ageyn. [continues next]
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Thou seydest eek, that ther ben thinges three,
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The whiche thinges troublen al this erthe,
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[continues previous] ... be so necligent that they ne descharge hem nat by tyme. And therfore, al-thogh ther be a difference bitwixe thise two causes of drenchinge, algates the ship is dreynt. Right so fareth it somtyme of deedly sinne, and of anoyouse veniale sinnes, whan they multiplye in a man so greetly, that thilke worldly thinges that he loveth, thurgh whiche he sinneth venially, is as greet in his herte as the love of god, or more. And therfore, the love of every thing, that is nat biset in god ne doon principally for goddes sake, al-though that a man love it lasse than god, yet is it venial sinne; and ...
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[continues previous] ben hise in propre, than wol I graunte frely that alle thilke
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[continues previous] thinges weren thyne whiche that thou axest. Whan that nature
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[continues previous] errours mis-torneth you ther-fro. Consider now yif that by thilke
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[continues previous] thinges, by whiche a man weneth to geten him blisfulnesse, yif
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[continues previous] ne semeth fayle, certes than wole I graunte that they ben maked [continues next]
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[continues previous] blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that [continues next]
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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] seen apertly that it nis nat soverein. The thinges, thanne, that
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[continues previous] ben sovereinly goode, ne mowen by no wey ben dyverse. But
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[continues previous] graunted that blisfulnesse is that thing, for whiche that alle thise
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[continues previous] othre thinges ben desired; thanne is it thus: that, certes, only
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[continues previous] 'Thanne ordeineth he alle thinges by thilke good,' quod she;
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[continues previous] that swiche thinges ben doon in the regne of god, that alle thinges
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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] that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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[continues previous] by it-self, thinges that ben to fleen and thinges that ben to desiren.
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[continues previous] bihoveth it by necessitee, that either the thinges to comen ben
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[continues previous] other thing is it but for to wene that thilke thinges that bitidden
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[continues previous] whylom ben causes of thilke soverein purvyaunce that is in god?
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[continues previous] seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat
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[continues previous] of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges
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[continues previous] whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it
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[continues previous] by necessitee to doon vyces). Thanne is ther no resoun to hopen in
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[continues previous] but that it ne putteth no necessitee to thinges; thanne
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[continues previous] trowe I, that thilke selve freedom of wil shal dwellen al hool and
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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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[continues previous] doon hem, ne han no necessitee that men doon hem, eek tho
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[continues previous] same thinges, first or they ben doon, they ben to comen with-oute
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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] 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] thanne tho thinges that ben absolut and quite fro alle talents
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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] thinges that ben y-maked by quantitee of tyme, but rather by
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[continues previous] hir sighte? For addeth thy biholdinge any necessitee to thilke
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[continues previous] thinges that thou biholdest presente?'
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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] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte, [continues next]
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thanne ben they maked necessarie by the condicioun of the [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... to myn assendent; as verreyly as may be taken by so smal an instrument. But natheles, in general, wolde I warne thee for evere, ne mak thee nevere bold to have take a iust ascendent by thyn Astrolabie, or elles to have set iustly a clokke, whan any celestial body by which that thow wenest governe thilke thinges ben ney the south lyne; for trust wel, whan that the sonne is ney the meridional lyne, the degree of the sonne renneth so longe consentrik up-on the almikanteras, that sothly thou shalt erre fro the iust assendent. The same conclusioun sey I by the centre of any sterre fix by ...
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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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[continues previous] That thilke thinges that in erthe falle,
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[continues previous] That by necessitee they comen alle.
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knowen by the devyne sighte, sin that, forsothe, men ne maken
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[continues previous] Til that he hadde al the sighte y-seyn,
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tormentes; how mighte than this present lyf maken men blisful, [continues next]
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sin that, whan thilke selve lyf is ended, it ne maketh folk no [continues next]
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neither they ne ioignen hem nat alwey to goode men, ne maken [continues next]
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[continues previous] blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and [continues next]
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by thy resouns, that they ne mowen ben overcomen. And [continues next]
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tyrannyes, thanne ne doth thilke tyraunt nat that he desireth, sin [continues next]
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thou ne tarye nat to telle me thilke thinges that thou hast [continues next]
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dredeth thinges that ne oughten nat to ben dred, men shal holden [continues next]
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[continues previous] by necessitee. By this manere thanne, al-thogh the prescience
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thou arguest and seyst thus: that yif it ne seme nat to men that [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte,
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[continues previous] thanne ben they maked necessarie by the condicioun of the
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne [continues next]
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the sonne arysinge and the man walkinge, that, ther-whyles that [continues next]
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thilke thinges been y-doon, they ne mighte nat ben undoon; [continues next]
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'No, forsothe,' quod I.
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Philosophie. 'For the devyne sighte renneth to-forn and seeth alle
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nat thilke thinges necessarie which that they seen ben y-doon in
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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] neither they ne ioignen hem nat alwey to goode men, ne maken
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by imaginacioun of erthely thinges, thou mayst nat yit seen thilke
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[continues previous] ne semeth fayle, certes than wole I graunte that they ben maked
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[continues previous] blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that
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[continues previous] thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and
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[continues previous] by thy resouns, that they ne mowen ben overcomen. And
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[continues previous] thilke thinges that thou toldest me, al-be-it so that I hadde
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is y-set, alle thinges y-treted that I trowe ben necessarie to
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[continues previous] tyrannyes, thanne ne doth thilke tyraunt nat that he desireth, sin
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[continues previous] thou ne tarye nat to telle me thilke thinges that thou hast [continues next]
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medes, ne shrewes lakken never-mo torments. For of alle thinges
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that ben y-doon, thilke thing, for which any-thing is don, it semeth
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I have shewed that blisfulnesse is thilke same good for which
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that alle thinges ben doon. Thanne is thilke same good purposed
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[continues previous] dredeth thinges that ne oughten nat to ben dred, men shal holden
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wonderful; but of the thinges that ben taken also it is necessarie;'
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seyth, indifferently, that thinges mowen ben doon or elles nat
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y-doon — what is thilke prescience that ne comprehendeth no
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bityden first or they weren y-doon; and thilke same thinges,
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al-thogh that men had y-wist hem biforn, yit they han free
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[continues previous] thou arguest and seyst thus: that yif it ne seme nat to men that
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[continues previous] some thinges han certein and necessarie bitydinges, they ne
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mowen nat ben wist biforn certeinly to bityden. And thanne
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ne hath no lenger the preterits that ben y-doon or y-passed. But
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thilke thing thanne, that hath and comprehendeth to-gider al the
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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] the sonne arysinge and the man walkinge, that, ther-whyles that
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[continues previous] thilke thinges been y-doon, they ne mighte nat ben undoon;
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... myn assendent; as verreyly as may be taken by so smal an instrument. But natheles, in general, wolde I warne thee for evere, ne mak thee nevere bold to have take a iust ascendent by thyn Astrolabie, or elles to have set iustly a clokke, whan any celestial body by which that thow wenest governe thilke thinges ben ney the south lyne; for trust wel, whan that the sonne is ney the meridional lyne, the degree of the sonne renneth so longe consentrik up-on the almikanteras, that sothly thou shalt erre fro the iust assendent. The same conclusioun sey I by the centre of any sterre fix by ...
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hir sighte? For addeth thy biholdinge any necessitee to thilke
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Philosophye. 'Aperteneth,' quod she, 'any of thilke thinges to [continues next]
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[continues previous] thou ne tarye nat to telle me thilke thinges that thou hast [continues next]
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but that it ne putteth no necessitee to thinges; thanne [continues next]
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trowe I, that thilke selve freedom of wil shal dwellen al hool and [continues next]
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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 that in erthe falle, [continues next]
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That by necessitee they comen alle. [continues next]
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thinges that thou biholdest presente?'
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[continues previous] Philosophye. 'Aperteneth,' quod she, 'any of thilke thinges to
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[continues previous] thee? Why darst thou glorifyen thee in the shyninge of any
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he, that hath nede of power, that him ne lakketh no-thing?' [continues next]
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'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that [continues next]
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to geten alle thise thinges to-gider?' [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde [continues next]
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[continues previous] thou ne tarye nat to telle me thilke thinges that thou hast
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[continues previous] but that it ne putteth no necessitee to thinges; thanne
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[continues previous] trowe I, that thilke selve freedom of wil shal dwellen al hool and
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Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men [continues next]
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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 that in erthe falle,
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[continues previous] That by necessitee they comen alle.
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'Certes,' quod she; 'and him nedede non help, yif he ne hadde [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that [continues next]
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde [continues next]
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'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken [continues next]
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'First,' quod she, 'thou most nedes knowen, that goode folk
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'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben [continues next]
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men [continues next]
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Philosophie. 'Certes, thanne, if men mighte maken any digne
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she; 'and him nedede non help, yif he ne hadde
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opinioun of usaunces. Now yif that dignitees thanne ne mowen
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nat maken folk digne of reverence, and yif that dignitees wexen
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[continues previous] 'Certes,' quod she, 'thou seyst a-right. For yif so be that
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'Certes,' quod she, 'I wolde seye, that he wolde
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[continues previous] 'Thanne,' quod she, 'ne sholden men nat by no wey seken
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[continues previous] 'Thanne, certes,' quod she, 'han shrewes, whan they ben
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[continues previous] Philosophie. 'The thinges thanne,' quod she, 'that, whan men
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comparisoun or collacioun of the presence devyne and of the
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interminable; and that sheweth more cleerly by the comparisoun
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or the collacioun of temporel thinges. For al thing that liveth in
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presence of mankinde, right so as ye seen some thinges in this
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disponeth in his purviaunce, singulerly and stably, the thinges [continues next]
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in this world. For it nis nat leveful to man to comprehenden by [continues next]
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wel necessarie as nat necessarie. Right so as whan ye seen
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Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte, [continues next]
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temporel present, right so seeth god alle thinges by his eterne
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... 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 erthe as ...
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[continues previous] and presently, by temporel ordinaunce: certes, right so god
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[continues previous] purviaunce; sin that the right stronge god governeth alle thinges
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the blake cloudes. Thilke god seeth, in oo strok of thought, alle
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thinges that ben, or weren, or sholle comen; and thilke god, for
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he loketh and seeth alle thinges alone, thou mayst seyn that he is
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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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in Greek, that "alle thinges he seeth and alle thinges he hereth."
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thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that [continues next]
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mankind nis non, sin that the thoght of god, that seeth alle
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thinges without errour of falsnesse, bindeth and constreineth
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certes that is this, in what maner the prescience of god seeth alle
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thinges certeins and diffinisshed, al-thogh they ne han no certein
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[continues previous] bityden by freedom of arbitre, god seeth hem alle to-gider present. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte, [continues next]
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science, which that embraceth alle thinges by his presentarie [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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present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the
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rethorike rethoriens. For-why the nature of every thing maketh [continues next]
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his propretee, ne it is nat entremedled with the effects of the [continues next]
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thing is that is cleped inparfit. For the nature of thinges ne [continues next]
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took nat hir beginninge of thinges amenused and inparfit, but [continues next]
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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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thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif [continues next]
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that contenede that he hath conioined and y-bounde. Ne the [continues next]
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certein ordre of nature ne sholde nat bringe forth so ordenee [continues next]
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'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat [continues next]
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considere the nature of thinges ne the consequence of resouns.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges is cause of the eterne prescience. But for to wenen that
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the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the [continues next]
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Ne it ne sholde nat semen to us, that god is elder thanne [continues next]
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to comen. Ne it confoundeth nat the Iugement of thinges; but [continues next]
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of it ne maketh it nat, but the adieccioun of the condicioun [continues next]
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[continues previous] bityden by freedom of arbitre, god seeth hem alle to-gider present.
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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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nat fleen the sighte of the presente eye, al-though that thou torne [continues next]
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nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse [continues next]
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[continues previous] the science of god. For certes, this strengthe of the devyne
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[continues previous] that is to seyn, sin that necessitee nis nat in thinges by the devyne [continues next]
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[continues previous] prescience, than is ther freedom of arbitre, that dwelleth hool and [continues next]
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Beth nought agast, ne quaketh nat; wher-to? [continues next]
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Ne chaungeth nat for fere so your hewe; [continues next]
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nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges
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[continues previous] rethorike rethoriens. For-why the nature of every thing maketh
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[continues previous] his propretee, ne it is nat entremedled with the effects of the
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[continues previous] thing is that is cleped inparfit. For the nature of thinges ne
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[continues previous] nothing nis more worth. For alwey, of alle thinges, the nature
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[continues previous] of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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[continues previous] thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif
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[continues previous] that contenede that he hath conioined and y-bounde. Ne the
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[continues previous] certein ordre of nature ne sholde nat bringe forth so ordenee
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[continues previous] 'Who-so that ever,' quod I, 'douteth of this, he ne may nat
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[continues previous] considere the nature of thinges ne the consequence of resouns.'
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sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to [continues next]
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of resoun ne of imaginacioun ne of wit withoute-forth; but it [continues next]
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biholdeth alle thinges, so as I shal seye, by a strok of thought [continues next]
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[continues previous] the whiche thing it is cleer and manifest that it is propre to the
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[continues previous] Ne it ne sholde nat semen to us, that god is elder thanne
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is establisshed ful fer fro right lowe thinges, and biholdeth from [continues next]
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a-fer alle thinges, right as it were fro the heye heighte of thinges. [continues next]
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[continues previous] to comen. Ne it confoundeth nat the Iugement of thinges; but
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nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward; [continues next]
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but, as to the condicioun of tyme, forsothe, they ben future. For [continues next]
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[continues previous] simple. For certes, this necessitee conditionel, the propre nature
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[continues previous] of it ne maketh it nat, but the adieccioun of the condicioun
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[continues previous] wolt chaunge it or no, and whiderward that thou torne it, thou ne
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[continues previous] mayst nat eschuen the devyne prescience; right as thou ne mayst
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[continues previous] nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse
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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] Beth nought agast, ne quaketh nat; wher-to?
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[continues previous] Ne chaungeth nat for fere so your hewe;
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present to him-ward as they shullen bityde to yow-ward in tyme
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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] biholdeth alle thinges, so as I shal seye, by a strok of thought
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[continues previous] a-fer alle thinges, right as it were fro the heye heighte of thinges.
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[continues previous] nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward;
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[continues previous] but, as to the condicioun of tyme, forsothe, they ben future. For
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to comen. Ne it confoundeth nat the Iugement of thinges; but
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of thinges. Ne I trowe nat, by the Iugement of Socrates, that [continues next]
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it were leveful to me to hyde the sothe, ne assente to lesinges. [continues next]
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maner shewinge of wrecchednesse that is to comen? Ne it ne
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suffyseth nat only to loken on thinge that is present biforn the
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ne may nat han it al, ne al may it nat comen to o man with-outen
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folk, to whiche folk the renoun of a man ne may nat comen,
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it befalleth that he, that thou wenest be glorious and renomed,
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good; ne thise wrecches ne comen nat to the effect of soverein
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encres or in the heighte of vertu, ne hast nat comen to fleten with
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is this: that, for that the thing is to comen, therfore ne may it
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nat ben hid fro the purviaunce of god; and in this manere this
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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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of necessitee to thinges to comen, than ne weneth it nat that
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that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou [continues next]
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present. Wher-fore this devyne prescience ne chaungeth nat the
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nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges
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by o sighte of his thought, he knoweth the thinges to comen, as
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[continues previous] of thinges. Ne I trowe nat, by the Iugement of Socrates, that
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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] 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 [continues next]
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comen, so shullen they comen — so that he wite egaly, as who [continues next]
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that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as [continues next]
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thing, that the endes and bitydinges of thinges to comen sholden [continues next]
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nat that the devyne intelligence bi-holdeth or knoweth thinges to [continues next]
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comen, but right as the resoun of mankinde knoweth hem. For [continues next]
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[continues previous] shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou [continues next]
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ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle [continues next]
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wel necessarie as nat necessarie. Right so as whan ye seen
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O woful hennes, right so cryden ye,
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As, whan that Nero brende the citee
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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] sinne. But yif that god wot that, right so as thinges ben to
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[continues previous] that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as
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[continues previous] ben necessarie. For every signe sheweth and signifyeth only what
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[continues previous] comen, but right as the resoun of mankinde knoweth hem. For
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[continues previous] shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou
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presence of mankinde, right so as ye seen some thinges in this
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[continues previous] ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle
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to-gider a man walken on the erthe and the sonne arysen in
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And right as men may in the hevene see [continues next]
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The sonne and mone and sterres every weye, [continues next]
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the hevene, al-be-it so that ye seen and biholden that oon and
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[continues previous] And right as men may in the hevene see
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[continues previous] The sonne and mone and sterres every weye,
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ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why [continues next]
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that other to-gider, yit natheles ye demen and discernen that that
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why [continues next]
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oon is voluntarie and that other necessarie. Right so thanne the
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clere to me and so shewinge by the devyne lookinge of hem, and [continues next]
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[continues previous] ben dyverse, yit natheles hangeth that oon on that other; for-why
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thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth, [continues next]
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non uncertein thing ne may ben in him that is right certein welle [continues next]
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of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges [continues next]
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to the devyne knowinge, thanne is it necessarie; but certes, whan it [continues next]
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Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte, [continues next]
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thanne ben they maked necessarie by the condicioun of the [continues next]
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that yif these thinges ben referred to the devyne knowinge, thanne [continues next]
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ben they necessarie; and yif they ben considered by hem-self, [continues next]
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devyne lookinge, biholdinge alle thinges under him, ne troubleth
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Now sith man understondeth generally, which is venial sinne, thanne is it covenable to tellen specially of sinnes whiche that many a man per-aventure ne demeth hem nat sinnes, and ne shryveth him nat of the same thinges; and yet nathelees they been sinnes. Soothly, as thise clerkes wryten, this is to seyn, that at every tyme that a man eteth or drinketh more than suffyseth to the sustenaunce of his body, in certein he dooth sinne. And eek whan he speketh more than nedeth, it is sinne. ... [continues next]
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put out of the cure of god. For of alle other thinges thou [continues next]
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ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh! [continues next]
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blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous [continues next]
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good is in him. For yif god ne is swich, he ne may nat ben [continues next]
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prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self [continues next]
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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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thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif [continues next]
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songes that hadden overcomen alle thinges ne mighten nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] clere to me and so shewinge by the devyne lookinge of hem, and
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woot and alle thinges may, and ne wole nat but only gode [continues next]
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don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open [continues next]
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dredeth thinges that ne oughten nat to ben dred, men shal holden [continues next]
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'ne I ne see nat that men may sayn, as by right, that shrewes ne [continues next]
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the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute [continues next]
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thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right. [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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they demen that tho thinges ne sholden nat han ben don. For [continues next]
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[continues previous] thinges, nathelesse, the lokinge of the devyne purviaunce seeth,
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[continues previous] that alle thinges biholdeth and seeth fro eterne, and ordeineth
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elles, he ne coude nat desire it. Or who may folwen thinges that ne [continues next]
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of libertee. For yif so be that god loketh alle thinges biforn, ne [continues next]
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necessitee slydeth ayein in-to the contrarye partye: ne it ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] of alle thinges, thanne is the bitydinge certein of thilke thinges
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that the thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen? [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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avyse the prescience, by which it knoweth alle thinges, thou ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] to the devyne knowinge, thanne is it necessarie; but certes, whan it
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[continues previous] Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte,
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Boece. 'What is this to seyn thanne,' quod I, 'that thinges ne [continues next]
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[continues previous] that yif these thinges ben referred to the devyne knowinge, thanne
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alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges [continues next]
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nat the qualitee of thinges that ben certeinly present to him-ward;
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[continues previous] Now sith man understondeth generally, which is venial sinne, thanne is it covenable to tellen specially of sinnes whiche that many a man per-aventure ne demeth hem nat sinnes, and ne shryveth him nat of the same thinges; and yet nathelees they been sinnes. Soothly, as thise clerkes wryten, this is to seyn, that at every tyme that a man eteth or drinketh more than suffyseth to the sustenaunce of his body, in certein he dooth sinne. And eek whan he speketh more than nedeth, it is sinne. ...
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[continues previous] ne doutedest nat that they nere governed by resoun. But owh!
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[continues previous] blisfulnesse ne may nat standen in thinges that ben fortunous
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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] prince of alle thinges; for certes som-thing possessing in it-self
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[continues previous] nothing nis more worth. For alwey, of alle thinges, the nature
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[continues previous] of hem ne may nat ben bettre than his biginning; for which
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[continues previous] thogh that thinges by hir nature ne ben nat goode, algates, yif
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[continues previous] songes that hadden overcomen alle thinges ne mighten nat
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[continues previous] woot and alle thinges may, and ne wole nat but only gode
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[continues previous] don yvele thinges ne mowen nat alle thinges: thanne is it open
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[continues previous] dredeth thinges that ne oughten nat to ben dred, men shal holden
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[continues previous] ben chaunged in-to bestes by the qualitee of hir soules, al-be-it so
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[continues previous] the gode governour, atempreth and governeth the world, ne doute
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[continues previous] thee nat that alle thinges ben doon a-right.
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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] 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
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[continues previous] bihoveth nat, nedes, that thinges bityden that ben purvyed, but
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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 thinges ne bityden nat that ben y-purveyed to comen?
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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] shal nat demen it as prescience of thinges to comen, but thou
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nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges [continues next]
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present to him-ward as they shullen bityde to yow-ward in tyme [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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[continues previous] alle thinges, god ne hath nat taken it of the bitydinge of thinges
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Ye knowe al thilke covered qualitee
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Of thinges which that folk on wondren so,
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but, as to the condicioun of tyme, forsothe, they ben future. For
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thanne moten they nedes be gentil that ben preysed. For [continues next]
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ben shrewes constreined at the laste with most grevous torment, [continues next]
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ordre of necessitee destinable. For which it folweth, that yif thou [continues next]
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[continues previous] but as it were y-travailed, as who seyth, that thilke answere
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whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it [continues next]
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[continues previous] nature ne the propretee of thinges, but biholdeth swiche thinges
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[continues previous] present to him-ward as they shullen bityde to yow-ward in tyme
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which it folweth, that this nis noon opinioun, but rather a stedefast
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[continues previous] thanne moten they nedes be gentil that ben preysed. For
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[continues previous] which thing it folweth, that yif thou ne have no gentilesse of
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[continues previous] rightful veniaunce. And of this sentence folweth it, that thanne
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[continues previous] ordre of necessitee destinable. For which it folweth, that yif thou
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but the opinioun is rather sooth, for that a wight sitteth biforn.
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[continues previous] whiche he hath wist biforn fermely to comen. For which it
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[continues previous] folweth, that the freedom of the conseiles and of the werkes of
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issues or bitydinges; ne this is non opinioun, but it is rather the
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knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth
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Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by
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resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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blisful by thilke thinges that they han geten. But yif so be that
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thilke thinges ne mowen nat performen that they bi-heten, and
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tyrannyes, thanne ne doth thilke tyraunt nat that he desireth, sin
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that a thing is, it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke selve thing be; [continues next]
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byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it [continues next]
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be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be [continues next]
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that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat [continues next]
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atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence [continues next]
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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that he walke. Thilke thing thanne that any wight hath y-knowe [continues next]
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But this condicioun ne draweth nat with hir thilke necessitee [continues next]
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than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any
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... god and in hise seintes, to acheve and acomplice the gode werkes in the whiche he purposeth fermely to continue. Thanne comth seuretee or sikernesse; and that is, whan a man ne douteth no travaille in tyme cominge of the gode werkes that a man hath bigonne. Thanne comth Magnificence, that is to seyn, whan a man dooth and perfourneth grete werkes of goodnesse that he hath bigonne; and that is the ende why that men sholde do gode werkes; for in the acomplissinge of grete goode werkes lyth the grete guerdoun. Thanne is ther Constaunce, that is, stablenesse of corage; and this sholde been ...
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Muses, that they ne weren felawes, and folweden my wey, that is
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to seyn, whan I was exyled; they that weren glorie of my youthe,
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whan the sterres ben clustred (that is to seyn, whan sterres ben
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bemes of Phebus, that is to seyn, whan that Phebus the sonne is
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man; that is to seyn, whan the soule departeth fro the body? For,
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destinal, whan god, that al knoweth, doth swiche thing, of which [continues next]
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this is to seyn, that, whan that erthely lust is overcomen, a man is
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desireth any thing of which he wot right naught? As who seith, [continues next]
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biholdeth and seeth the heye thoght, that is to seyn, god, than
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knoweth it to-gidere the somme and the singularitees, that is to
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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] byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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[continues previous] be eterne. And it bihoveth by necessitee that thilke thing be
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[continues previous] al-wey present to him-self, and compotent; as who seith, al-wey
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[continues previous] atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence
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And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to [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] But this condicioun ne draweth nat with hir thilke necessitee
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[continues previous] simple. For certes, this necessitee conditionel, the propre nature
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[continues previous] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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Treatise on the Astrolabe 2: 13

... degrees of almikanteras ben by-twixe thyn est orisonte and the degree of the sonne. And tak ther thyn altitude meridian; this is to seyne, the heyest of the sonne as for that day. So maystow knowe in the same lyne, the heyest cours that any sterre fix climbeth by night; this is to seyn, that whan any sterre fix is passed the lyne meridional, than by-ginneth it to descende, and so doth the sonne. And for the more declaracioun, lo here thy figure.
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thing to bityde, he wot wel that it ne hath no necessitee to bityde.
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... thestaat of grace, in which estaat he is holden to werkes of penitence; and certes, to alle thise thinges is Accidie enemy and contrarie. For he loveth no bisinesse at al. Now certes, this foule sinne Accidie is eek a ful greet enemy to the lyflode of the body; for it ne hath no purveaunce agayn temporel necessitee; for it forsleweth and forsluggeth, and destroyeth alle goodes tem-poreles by reccheleesnesse.
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to geten alle thise thinges to-gider?' [continues next]
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ne ther nis no man that ne wot wel that they ne
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[continues previous] destinal, whan god, that al knoweth, doth swiche thing, of which
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[continues previous] hem nat, what seketh thilke blinde thoght? What is he that
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[continues previous] desireth any thing of which he wot right naught? As who seith,
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that prescience ne putteth no necessitee to thinges to comen, as [continues next]
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but that it ne putteth no necessitee to thinges; thanne
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is signe of this necessitee; or elles, yif ther nere no necessitee, [continues next]
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certes, thilke prescience ne mighte nat be signe of thing that nis [continues next]
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[continues previous] And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to [continues next]
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[continues previous] 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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maketh it. For no necessitee ne constreyneth a man to gon,
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[continues previous] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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[continues previous] no necessitee of his owne nature. But certes, the futures that [continues next]
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Wel wot men that a woman hath no might.
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And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to
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me of how manye grete thinges thou hast yit plentee. And
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therfor, yif that thilke thing that thou haddest for most precious
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[continues previous] Boece. 'What seyst thou thanne, yif that a man coveiteth
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an unlyk miracle, to hem that ne knowen it nat, (as who seith, but it [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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[continues previous] That is to seyn, that they moten bityde. But thanne, yif [continues next]
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[continues previous] is signe of this necessitee; or elles, yif ther nere no necessitee,
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thou arguest and seyst thus: that yif it ne seme nat to men that
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that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat [continues next]
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atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence [continues next]
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necessitee to be; this is to seyn, that, whan that god knoweth any [continues next]
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[continues previous] thing to bityde, he wot wel that it ne hath no necessitee to bityde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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[continues previous] and that thou streyne me by this name of necessitee: certes, [continues next]
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[continues previous] thanne, yif that the purviaunce of god seeth any thing present, [continues next]
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[continues previous] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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to it-self, than is it singuler. But now, yif thou seyst thus, that
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yif it be in my power to chaunge my purpos, than shal I voide the
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nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse [continues next]
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bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and
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... him-self, he weneth alwey that he may do thing that he may nat do. And secoundely, he that is irous and wroth, he ne may nat wel deme; and he that may nat wel deme, may nat wel conseille. The thridde is this; that "he that is irous and wrooth," as seith Senek, "ne may nat speke but he blame thinges;" and with his viciouse wordes he stireth other folk to angre and to ire. And eek sir, ye moste dryve coveitise out of your herte. For the apostle seith, that "coveitise is rote of alle harmes." And trust wel that a coveitous man ne can ...
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wrecched but whan thou wenest it: as who seith, thou thy-self, ne
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awey in any wyse, (for more worthy thing and more digne is [continues next]
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lese that thing that he ne doubteth nat but that he may lesen it;
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as who seith, he mot ben alwey agast, lest he lese that he wot wel he
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that the effect nis nat naturelly diverse, nedes the substance mot [continues next]
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and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that [continues next]
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[continues previous] an unlyk miracle, to hem that ne knowen it nat, (as who seith, but it
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[continues previous] byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde? [continues next]
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cause or what is it (as who seith, ther may no cause be) by which
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othre, sin it knoweth by his propre nature nat only his subiect, as
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who seith, it ne knoweth nat al-only that apertieneth properly to his
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and so as it ne may nat countrefeten it ne feynen it ne be evenlyke
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quantitee of future and of preterit: and so as it ne may nat han
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[continues previous] that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat [continues next]
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[continues previous] thing to bityde, he wot wel that it ne hath no necessitee to bityde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to [continues next]
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[continues previous] bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and [continues next]
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee, [continues next]
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[continues previous] and that thou streyne me by this name of necessitee: certes, [continues next]
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[continues previous] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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[continues previous] to entrechaunge stoundes of knowinge;"' as who seith, ne shal it
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[continues previous] nat seme to us, that the devyne prescience entrechaungeth hise dyverse
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thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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Yif blisfulnesse be the sovereyn good of nature that liveth by
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[continues previous] resoun, ne thilke thing nis nat sovereyn good that may be taken
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[continues previous] thilke thing that may nat ben taken awey); than sheweth it wel,
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vilenye. And for as mochel as thou mowe knowe that thilke
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verray reverence ne may nat comen by thise shadewy transitorie
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thing that is summitted unto us. But it may nat ben deneyed
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that thilke good ne is, and that it nis right as welle of alle
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[continues previous] that the effect nis nat naturelly diverse, nedes the substance mot
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'I ne may nat denye that,' quod I.
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good thanne mayst thou descryven right thus: good is thilke
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thing that every wight desireth.'
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'Ther ne may be thought,' quod I, 'no more verray thing.
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[continues previous] and parformeth thilke same thing by naturel office, and that
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[continues previous] other ne may nat doon thilke naturel office, but folweth, by other
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of the unmoevable purviaunce, it mot nedes be that they
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ne be nat mutable. And thus ben the thinges ful wel y-governed,
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For ther nis no-thing don for cause of yvel; ne thilke thing
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that is don by wikkede folk nis nat don for yvel. The whiche
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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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[continues previous] byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it [continues next]
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[continues previous] thanne, that the bitydinge of the thing y-wist biforn ne may nat [continues next]
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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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with falsnesse (as who seyth, that yif I wot a thing, it ne may nat
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be false that I ne wot it), right so thilke thing that is conceived by
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science ne may nat ben non other weys than as it is conceived.
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[continues previous] thilke thinges that the prescience wot biforn ne mowen nat unbityde?
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[continues previous] That is to seyn, that they moten bityde. But thanne, yif
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which it bihoveth first to shewen, that no-thing ne bitydeth that it
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ne bitydeth by necessitee, so that it may appere that the prescience
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[continues previous] that it folweth and resembleth thilke thing that it ne may nat
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[continues previous] atayne to ne fulfillen, and bindeth it-self to som maner presence
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knoweth anything to be, he ne unwot nat that thilke thing wanteth
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[continues previous] thing to bityde, he wot wel that it ne hath no necessitee to bityde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to [continues next]
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[continues previous] bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and [continues next]
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[continues previous] and that thou streyne me by this name of necessitee: certes, [continues next]
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[continues previous] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have [continues next]
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That he mot sitten by necessitee; [continues next]
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And thus necessitee in either is. [continues next]
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and that thou streyne me by this name of necessitee: certes,
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[continues previous] byhoveth it by necessitee that thilke thing bityde: — so folweth it
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[continues previous] thing to bityde, he wot wel that it ne hath no necessitee to bityde.
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[continues previous] And yif thou seyst heer, that thilke thing that god seeth to
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[continues previous] bityde, it ne may nat unbityde (as who seith, it mot bityde), and
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[continues previous] thilke thing that ne may nat unbityde it mot bityde by necessitee,
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[continues previous] than mot thilke thing ben by necessitee, al-thogh that it ne have
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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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I wol wel confessen and biknowe a thing of ful sad trouthe, but
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Squire's Tale: 493

Whyl that I have a leyser and a space,
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Myn harm I wol confessen, er I pace.'
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unnethe shal ther any wight mowe seen it or come ther-to, but-yif
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We mighten goon, if I shal soothly seyn,
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Ther any wight is of us more fayn
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that he be biholder of the devyne thoght. For I wol answeren
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of the devyne thoght, as we ben parsoneres of resoun, right
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thee thus: that thilke thing that is future, whan it is referred
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that wenen that thilke thing that is right good, that it be eek right
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elles? For it is nat to wene that thilke thing, that is most worthy
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wirkinge, so that thilke thing that is suffisaunce, thilke same be
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woltow seyn of this, that thilke thing that is right softe, as the
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good thanne mayst thou descryven right thus: good is thilke
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thing that every wight desireth.'
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divyne intelligence, it is y-cleped purviaunce; but whan thilke
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maner is referred by men to thinges that it moveth and disponeth,
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Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte, [continues next]
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that yif these thinges ben referred to the devyne knowinge, thanne [continues next]
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to the devyne knowinge, thanne is it necessarie; but certes, whan it
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dwellen with no man; certes, thanne is thilke moneye precious [continues next]
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whan it is translated into other folk and stenteth to ben had, by [continues next]
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considere, that moneye ne hath nat in his owne kinde that it [continues next]
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oon is voluntarie and that other necessarie. Right so thanne the
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devyne lookinge, biholdinge alle thinges under him, ne troubleth
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[continues previous] Thise thinges thanne, yif they ben referred to the devyne sighte,
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[continues previous] thanne ben they maked necessarie by the condicioun of the
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devyne knowinge. But certes, yif thilke thinges be considered
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[continues previous] that yif these thinges ben referred to the devyne knowinge, thanne
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[continues previous] ben they necessarie; and yif they ben considered by hem-self,
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is understonden in his owne kinde, men seen it is outrely free,
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[continues previous] dwellen with no man; certes, thanne is thilke moneye precious
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[continues previous] whan it is translated into other folk and stenteth to ben had, by
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[continues previous] considere, that moneye ne hath nat in his owne kinde that it
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The drake, stroyer of his owne kinde;
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and absolut fro alle necessitee.
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is signe of this necessitee; or elles, yif ther nere no necessitee, [continues next]
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the endes and the bitydinges of hem ben absolut and quit of alle [continues next]
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necessitee. For certes, I ne trowe nat that any man wolde seyn [continues next]
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thanne tho thinges that ben absolut and quite fro alle talents [continues next]
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But this condicioun ne draweth nat with hir thilke necessitee [continues next]
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by hem-self, they ben absolut of necessitee, and ne forleten nat ne [continues next]
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ben nat necessarie by hir propre nature, so as they comen in alle [continues next]
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maneres in the lyknesse of necessitee by the condicioun of the [continues next]
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thanne ben they absolut fro the bond of necessitee. Right so as [continues next]