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IV, II, 5, 42: "[appetitus naturalis] hominis ad beatitudinem hie enim innatus est omnibus hominibus (...); sed appetitus naturalis fundatur in naturali capacitate, et non tendit nisi im rem aliquot modo naturae possibilem, quia appetitus naturalis est naturae consentaneus: ergo beatitudo, quae est objetum hujus appetitus, est res possibilis homini cujus ipse est capax natura sua".
Here, consentaneus can mean 'agreeing' or 'fit' as well as 'consistent'.
consentaneus, en la Sierra Madre Occidental, al sureste del estado de Durango (Fig.
Melinopterus (s.l.) consentaneus es una especie de cotas altas (2195 metros de Am), que busca enclaves templado-calidos (16.7[grados]C de Tm), con escasas precipitaciones (501 mm de Pm) (Cuadro 4).
It should be noted that both definitions lead us to Cicero's widely used textbook Rhetorica vetus: De inventione (II, 53, 159), where they are considered as part of a disputation about the meaning of "honestum": virtus est animi habitus naturae modo atque rationi consentaneus (virtue is a habit of mind in which both nature and reason are in agreement).
1.2 de Invent.)]: "Virtus est animi habitus naturae modo atque rationi consentaneus."
The Loganiaceae sensu consentaneus would also include the Desfontainieae, Plocospermateae, and Potalieae.
2/526, 12: "Philosophus: 'Virtus est habitus in modum naturae rationi consentaneus'"; y cfr.
(48.) FELIPE EL CANCILLER, Summa de bono, II, II, q1: "Philosophus: virtus est habitus in modum naturae rationi consentaneus".