The Common Good in Late Medieval Political Thought

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INDEX OF CITATIONS
I. NIcomachean Ethics
I.11094a10-12 268
I.2 1094b7-10 26, 28, 29-30, 31-2, 33-4, 43, 65, 67, 85, 92, 183, 201, 233, 298
I.3 1094b11-14 136
I.6 1096a11-b3127
1096b26-9 34
I.7 1097b8-11 49, 172
1098a16-18 221
1098a26-9 136
I.8 1098b12 352
II.2 1103b2-5 19
1103b26-30 136
II.3 1104b30-122, 55
1105a8- 10 47
II.6 1107aI4-17 304
III.11110a8-11249
III.4 1113a31-4 208
III.7 1116a11-12 171
III.8 1116a17-29 47, 171
1116a28-9 17
III.9 1117b7-9 174
1117b9-15 174
V.11129b25-1130a13 40-1, 117-18, 139, .220, 222-3, 224, 276
VI.5 1140b7-1146, 234
VI.8 1141b23-4 46, 117
1142a7-10 234
VII.12 1152b26-31 208
VIII.11155a15-16 327
1155a28-9 289
VIII.2 1155b17-2 122, 55, 208, 325
VIII.3 1156b7-17 327
VIII.3-4 1156b7-1157b5 50
VIII.5 1157b33 161
VIII.7 1158b11-1159a12 50
1159a10-12 51
VIII.8 1159a12-1159b24 50
VIII.12 1162a27-9 114
VIII.14 1162aI7-18 141
IX.4 1166a31-2 161, 209
IX.6 1167b2-4 62
IX.8 1169a8-1112
1169a11-b2 48-9, 51-2, 78, 105, 161, 170-1, 172-3, 174-5, 213, 214, 216-17
1169a20 161
X.3 1174a4-6 289
X.7 1177a32-b1327
X-9 1179a33-b4 136
1181a12-19 135
II. Politics
I.2 1252a28-30 30
1252a34 194
1253a18-20 85
1253a20-2 302
I.4 1253b23-1254a17 194
I.6 1255b1-4 195
1255b9-13 194
I.13 1260a14-20 43
II.2 1261a22-30 39
II.5 1263a41-b1160
III.4 1276b16-1277b32 150
III.4-5 1276b16-1278b6 42
III.6 1278b37-1279a8 45
III.9 1280b3-5 60
III.111281b40-1282a4 182
III.13 1284a3-17 140
1284b25-34 140
III.15-17 1286a7-1288a29 139, 253
III.17 1288a15-29 140
IV.4 1291a24-8 94
IV.10 1295a19-22 44
V.10 1311a2-4 147
V.111314b38-1315a4 150
VII.1-2 1323a14-1324a23 42
VII.2 1324a25-35 67
VII.3 1325b4-30 67
1325b14-33 42
VII.4 1326a32-4 37
VII.8 1328a37-8 221
VII.9 1329a35-9 94
VII.13 1332a7-9 221
VII.14 1333a30-b2 55
VII.15 1334a11-13 42
III. The Bible
Genesis 1:26 96
1:28 65
1:3193
Exodus 23:2 303
32:31305
Judges 19:30 317
Job 25:2 323
Psalm 73:28 210

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