Page 405. D. Study is the nurse of knowledge.
Page 436. D. Calumniators and men discarded from the divine grace, who are afflicted with the same evil disposition of calumny with him, are in all respects hated and detested by God, and removed to a distance from all happiness.
Page 436. D. What can be worse than calumny? for it seduces the ears and perplexes the minds of those who listen to it, and it makes them brutal and always on a watch for evil, like men engaged in hunting; but those who are well ballasted and restrained by prudent reason, hate the man who utters calumnies more than him against whom they are uttered, reproving and seeking to check all desire of blaming others until it be either proved by evidence or demonstrated by undeniable proof.
About justice and virtue.
Page 438. D. If any one embraces all the virtues with earnestness and sobriety, he is a king, even though he may be in a private station.
About voluntary and involuntary sins.
Page 526. B. As to sin intentionally is unjust, so to sin unintentionally and out of ignorance is not at once justifiable, but perhaps it is something between the two, that is between righteousness and unrighteousness, and is of what some persons call an indifferent character, for no sin can be an act of righteousness.
About initiation into divine mysteries.
Page 533. C. It is not lawful to speak of the sacred mysteries to the uninitiated.
About the sea.
Page 551. D. It is proper to marvel at the sea, by means of which countries requite one another for the good things which they receive from each other, and by which they receive what they are in need of, and export what they have a superfluity of.
Page 556. D. To give equal things to unequal people is an action of the greatest injustice.