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Et istud instrumentum non agit cum certitudine nisi quando 52 fuerit in sua complexione naturali, nulla ei turbacione adveniente; 63 propter quod accidit quod iracundus in hora ire et habens calorem 6 Averrois Cordubensis Compendium 191vb recipiet inde corruptionem sui visus, et forte videbit unum duo propter motum contingentem spiritui apud iram, quoniam, quando pars recipiens formam movetur et venerit ad suum locum ex alia parte, describitur forma in secunda parte; et adhuc non abscisa est a prima parte: et sic una forma apparebit forme due, sicut forma solis cadens super aquam currentem apparebit due.

Mi autem qui sunt in racione intrinseca sunt fere infiniti. Unde multi colores sunt a natura quos artifices non possunt 45 facere. Quia enim ars consequitur naturam et procedit a posteriori, ideo non potest comprehendere ex ordinibus qui sunt apud naturam nisi ordines valde remotos abinvicem, inter quos sunt multi alii ordines so apud naturam. Declaratum est igitur quare esse colorum in natura est 51 aliud ab esse colorum in arte. 52 De sonis1 autem dictum est in libro de Anima. Hie autem dicemus 1 sonis Fobes sompnis Q 439b3i-440i3 440b27-29 22 Averrois Cordnbensis Compendium I92va odoribus autem et saporibus determinandum est 443a9-io hie.

E t similiter est de instrumentis aliorum 35 sensuum, et causa in hoc datur in libro de Anima. E t est proprium instrumentis trium virtutum, scilicet auditus et visus et olfactus, quod attribuuntur simplicibus; oculus autem aque et auditus aeri et olfactus : parti ignee fumose. 2) igne L || sonant L 29 siccum et humidum] humidum et siccum Q a |3 5 e f 7) 8 siccum y 30 [inter omnia animalia] F A || melioris tactus] perfectior comprehendere isto sensu fico || maxime J2 a |8 y S e 6 maxime melioris sensus f i) 31 manus JJco || caro palme] caro T i l palme e || caro indicis] index carnis palme Q o / 3 5 e f medium carnis palme y caro indicis de came palme 1)6 32 lingua QfiySrjB et illud est signum bone intelligentie hominibus scilicet bonus sensus tactus lingua a e et illud est signum clare anime hominibus scilicet bonus sensus tactus lingua f 33 imbibitur — humoribus] imbibuntur in ea quidam humores in morbis flo) 34 gustus Qa || instrumentis] omnibus y 36 [trium] Ty 36-42 [virtutum—indigent] y 36 [scilicet] F A 37 attribuuntur] propria sunt aj8 38 [autem] a ^ 5 e f » ; 0 39 ignee] 1 Dast ignis a 8 || cerebrum Slaf}5eZr}8 J * dum, humidum, et siccum.

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