But Philip, of course, only expressed his sympathy with Suarez, and exhorted James to return to the Faith. The Parlement of Paris also consigned the book to the flames in 1614, as it had a few years before Bellarmine's Tractatus de Potestate summi Pontificis in Temporalibus, in which the same high pretensions were claimed for the Pope as were claimed by Suarez.
XLVI. Sapientibus. Cf. sapientiae professoribus, 2, note. Te immortalibus laudibus. I feel constrained to recur to the reading of Lipsius and Ritter, it is so much more spirited than quam temporalibus. Potius manifestly should refer back to lugeri and plangi. The comparison contained in the more common reading is uncalled for in the connection, and of little significance in itself.
The MSS. read temporalibus laudibus without quam and this may be more easily resolved into te immortalibus, than quam can be supplied. Similitudine. Al. aemulatione. For such a use of similitudo, cf. Cic. Tusc. Decoremus. Tusc. Cf. also G. 28. Formam. Wr. R. and most others have adopted it against the authority of the MSS. cf. forma mentis, below, and Cic. passim. Intercedendum. To be prohibited.