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They were hated as inquisitors, despised as scholastics, and deserted as preachers; the roads and taverns were filled with them.
The scholastics are at a loss to understand this confession of Paul and feel obliged to save his honor.
This weird conception of those awesome saints I had gained out of the books of the scholastics and church fathers.
It was familiar to the Scholastics, and it was pithily formulated by Suarez as, "Public is to be preferred to private good."
At this period classical studies began every where to supplant the scholastics of the middle age.
It was not only a knowledge of Aristotle that the scholastics of Europe derived from the Arabic language.
Perhaps I may have imagined the scholastics to be more forgotten than they really are.
For several centuries Aristotle represented in the eyes of most scholastics “the last possibility of wisdom and learning.”
When approved scholastics or formed coadjutors are dismissed they are dispensed from their simple vows.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
The simple vow of chastity made by the scholastics is a diriment impediment of matrimony.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL

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