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Cuius ratio est quia appetitus nihil aliud est quam inclinatio appetentis in aliquid.
19) Thomas Aquinas, the great Christian genius of the thirteenth century, described it as "naturalis inclinatio ad virtutem," a natural inclination to virtue that even the calamity of Original Sin has not totally destroyed but only weakened by obstructing its expression.
The ostentatious tastes of those with either money or the inclinatio nor both - were an antidote to the severe morality and puritanical virtues that had prevailed before.