But we may supply this deficiency from the Enchiridion Ethicum of Henry More, another thinker of the same school.
It was based on St Augustine's Enchiridion, and considers (a) Faith, i.e.
Forster in 1788 (Enchiridion, p. 37) conferred upon it, from its snowy plumage, the name Chionis, which has most properly received general acceptance, though in the same year the compiler Gmelin termed the genus Vaginalis, as a rendering of Pennant's English name, and the species alba.
The Enchiridion and Genera Plantarum of S.
After his return from Persia Simplicius wrote commentaries upon Aristotle's De coelo, Physica, De anima and Categoriae, which, with a commentary upon the Enchiridion of Epictetus, have survived.
529 seq., who praises very highly Simplicius's commentary on the Enchiridion; Ch.
The idea at the bottom of the "Knight and Death" seems to be a combination of the Christian knight of Erasmus's Enchiridion militis Christiani with the type, traditional in medieval imagery, of the pilgrim on his way through the world.
13, 26; Enchiridion, 69).
Denziger's Enchiridion; J.
To avoid clashing, More brought out his book, the Enchiridion ethicum, in Latin; Cudworth's never appeared.
Henry More, in his Enchiridion ethicum, attempts to enumerate the "noemata moralia"; but, so far from being self-evident, most of his moral axioms are open to serious controversy.
His chief work was De primate Petri (1519); his Enchiridion locorum communium adversus Lutherum ran through 46 editions between 1525 and 1576.
Papp-Szilagyi, Enchiridion juris eccl.
The Enchiridion ad Laurentium is a slight but interesting sketch of a system, while the De Doctrina Christiana is another lesson in the imparting of Christian instruction, as is also, naturally, the De Catechizandis Rudibus.
(For his ethical theory, as contained in the Enchiridion Ethicum, see ETHICS.)