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Item, Gregorius, in quarto libro Dialogorum: ‘Homo sicut in medio creatus est, ut esset inferior angelo, superior iumento; ita habet aliquid quod necesse est conuenire cum summo, aliquid cum infimo, scilicet immortalitatem spiritus cum angelo, mortalitatem uero corporis cum iumento’. 97 Summa, C. 44, 44-46. Si igitur in esse materie incorruptibilis est materia prima, scilicet yle; similiter in esse forme incorruptibilis erit forma ultima, scilicet anima racionalis que est perfectio dignissima. 98 Summa, C.

91–110 (p. 92). 93 Ibid. 94 Hasse, p. 115. 95 He puts forward many arguments for the immortality of the soul; that man shares immortality with an angel and mortality with the beast. 97 Since the being of the soul does not depend on the being of the body the soul is, therefore, separable from the body. Likewise, the immortality of the soul in comparison to the body is shown in many ways, as follows. Every substance, whose activity does not depend on the body, is itself not dependent on the body; but the activity of the rational soul itself inasmuch as it is of this kind, does not depend on the body, namely understanding.

382. Reference in Bougerol, p. 27. Henry Luguet, Essai d’analyse et de critique sur le texte inédit du Traité de l’âme de Jean de La Rochelle, Paris, A. Durand et Pedone Lauriel, 1875. ‘La même année, il publia en latin le texte d’une thèse en Sorbonne sur la psychologie de Jean de La Rocelle’: Fratris ac Magistri Johannis a Rupella ex eo libro hactenus inedito cui Summa de anima titulus inscribitur psychlologicam doctrinam exprompsit Henricus Luguet, Paris, 1875, 76pp. 45 Bougerol, p. 26. 44 26 animae, which is a less finished version of the work we have here before us.

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