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Compare Spencer, "De ratione et origine sacrificiorum" (De Legibus Hebraeorum ritualibus, iii.2), by far the best thing that has ever been written on the subject.
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Constat omnia miracula certa ratione fieri, de quibus Epicurei prudentissime disputant.
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In such characters there is sometimes a gloomy self-gratification in making the absoluteness of the will (_sit pro ratione voluntas!
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For St. Augustine's opinion, see the De Civitate Dei, xvi, 9, where this great father of the church shows that the antipodes "nulla ratione credendum est.
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Liber continens rationes propter quas Lutherus decretales, cæteros[que] iuris canonici libros igni publicè tradidit.
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Methodus in præcipuos scripturæ locos, ad nuda didactici generis præcepta, ingenti labore in theologorũ non exercitatorum vsum cũposita, qui certa ratione sanctam scripturam syncerè tractare possint.
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Idque tam inclementer et auare nonnulli fecerunt, vt Christianæ omnis humanitatis prorsus obliti, e continente abreptos vtriusque sexus hominis, nulla nec ætatis nec valetudinis habita ratione, nauibus in vicinas insulas transportarent.
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Modern philosophy is naturalistic in spirit, not only because it takes nature for its favorite object, but also because it carries into other branches of knowledge the mathematical method so successful in natural science, because it considers everything _sub ratione naturae_ and insists on the "natural" explanation of all phenomena, even those of ethics and politics.
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Though Blessed Edmund Campion's _Decem Rationes_ has passed through forty-seven editions,[1] printed in all parts of Europe; though it has awakened the enthusiasm of thousands; though Mark Anthony Muret, one of the chief Catholic humanists of Campion's age, pronounced it to be "written by the finger of God," yet it is not an easy book for men of our generation to appreciate, and this precisely because it suited a bygone generation so exactly.
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE _Decem Rationes_.
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The chief point to remember is that the _Decem Rationes_ was the last and most deliberate free utterance of Campion's ever-memorable mission.
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The _Decem Rationes_ is Campion's harangue to those whom he called upon to follow him in the heroic struggle.
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It was now _Decem Rationes: quibus fretus, certamen adversariis obtulit in causa Fidei, Edmundus Campianus &c.
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Rationes_ was known to exist: none of our great public libraries in London or at the Universities possesses a copy.
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It would not be necessary for me to say more about its success, except that to us nowadays, the _Rationes_ will not seem at all so remarkable as it did to our ancestors.
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The publication of the _Decem Rationes_ was the last act of Campion's life of freedom.
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Though under ordinary circumstances Elizabeth's ministers "meant nothing less" than having the disputation requested, nevertheless now that Campion was so terribly shaken and reduced, they hoped that they might arrange some sort of a meeting, which might in show correspond with what had been demanded in the _Decem Rationes_, and yet leave them with a certain victory.
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They assumed the role of examiners, and starting with the _Decem Rationes_ before them, they plied Campion with crabbed texts, and obscure quotations from the Fathers.
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Bombino says the printing of the _Decem Rationes_ was commenced at Brinkley's own house at Green Street, and had to be removed because one of the servants was arrested in London, and tortured to make him confess, which he heroically refused.
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Hac ratione consita et tradita olim fides est, eadem in pristinam dignitatem revocari et restitui debet.
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Examples of Ratione

Example #1
The scribe mounted a wooden pulpit; seven priests stood beside him on the right hand, and seven on the left.
Example #2
Ezra and Nehemiah were manifestly in concert as to this.
Example #3
Jure igitur Henrico Glareano Diaboli Organum videtur.
Example #4
Quis miretur ejusmodi convicia homini Epicureo atque Pagano excidisse?
Example #5
But I dare not say that this seeming unnaturalness is not in the nature of an abused wilfulness, when united with a strong intellect.
Example #6
It is too venturous to charge a passage in Shakespeare with want of truth to nature; and yet at first sight this speech of Oliver’s expresses truths, which it seems almost impossible that any mind should so distinctly, so livelily, and so voluntarily, have presented to itself, in connection with feelings and intentions so malignant, and so contrary to those which the qualities expressed would naturally have called forth.