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1 the MSS. here inserts the words cuius vis est pro eo quod dicitur causam propter quam dicitur ponere (“the substitution of the cause for which we say a thing id place of the thing to which we refer”). the words are expunged by Spalding as a manifest gloss, so clumsily worded as to be barely intelligible, but intended to mean “the substitution of cause for effect.”

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