This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 Excerpt: ...No man can be greatest good, w7M-ch only abode in the greatest God. Then 72 iEke Goa"8 he thou saydst that God hi?wself was the greatest good & blisse, of whom no man was made blessed, but he that was lyke to him, And that thou ganest for a reward. Then thou saydst that the shape of good was the substance of God & bliss, & 76 and so didst saye, that he alone was greatest good, which Naturally ech man desyrd; and didst dispute that God was he that ruld the vniuersalitie by the raynes of goodnes, & all thinges willingly did obey, And so ther was no euill in 80 Nature. And didst show how all thinge?, not by outward, but one from an other lynking beleefe, had ingraft prooues and their own."1 Then she, "We doo not sporte, as godes gyftas the greatest doo require, that thing that of late we so much 84 desyrd. For such is the shape of diuine substance that neyther it slyppith to outward cause, nor inwardly doth take Quotations from for him self any thing wit7iout him.2 But as Parmenides gumenides and. lye co??lpasse in Eoundnes ech Circle caryes.3 88 Then if we haue so well compast, that we haue not gatherd owr reasons out of the matter, but tfgreing with that that we haue treated, ther is no cause then why thou shouldst doute, when thou hast lemt by Plato, that all talke should agree as 92 neere of kyn to matter that we speake of." XII. Myter. The example of Blist, that may of Good tott? thlfen The fontaine Clire behold, m? happy that Can Of waighty pMtbyretaSi. Erthe the bondes to oreake. 4 ing to darkness. Tfie Tracian profit worn his wives funeralz wailing 1 Meaning doubtful of: sed ex altero fidemtrahente insitisdomesticisqueprobationibus explicabas. Chaucer has, "e whiche proeues drawen to hem self hir fei and hir acc...