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Francisci de Marchia_Quaestiones in secundum librum

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Some actualizations, however, are variable, such as whiteness; one can say of a white object that it is (or becomes) more white or less white. The distinction between the righteous prince (who remains within the bounds of the law) and the tyrant (who puts himself above the law) had been trenchantly enunciated by John of Salisbury, was supported by the non-Roman medieval legal tradition, and clearly presupposes limits to the powers of the chief legal authority. He is also working more generally on causation in psychology.

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