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1 Purgatorio, XVIII. 73. He defines it in the De Monarchia (Lib. I. § 14). Among other things he calls it ‘the first beginning of our liberty.’ Paradiso, V. 19, 20, he calls it ‘the greatest gift that in his largess God creating made.’ “Dico quod judicium medium est apprehensionis et appetitus.” (De Monarchia, ubi supra.)
Right and wrong,
Between whose endless jar justice resides.Troilus and Cressida.
2 Convito, Tr. IV. c. 22.
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