Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Gregorian music: The pause or break by which melodies are divided into convenient phrases. In a verse of a psalm there are usually three such breaks: as
- n. Same as differentia, 2.
“Et harum quidem rerum facilis est et expedita distinctio.”
“By the time of SuÃ¡rez, these debates had crystallized around what he calls the “common distinction” (vulgaris distinctio) between a formal and an objective concept.”
“The following are generally rejected: formalism with the distinctio formalis, the spiritual matter of angels and of the soul, the view that the metaphysical essence of God consists in radical infinity, that the relationes trinitariae are not a perfection simpliciter simplex; that the Holy”
“+ (4) "Unitas et distinctio rerum quæstionibus philosophicis explicata".”
“There were also divergences of opinion as to the nature of the faculties in general in themselves and to what extent there was a distinctio realis between faculties and the essence of the soul.”
“Consuetudines" of 1216 and form the second part (secunda distinctio).”
“There can be no medium between a distinctio realis and a distinctio rationis, or conceptual distinction; hence the distinctio formalis”
“+ The Divine attributes are distinguished from the Divine nature and from each other by a virtual distinction, i.e. by a distinctio rationis cum fundamento a parte rei.”
“The distinctio actualis formalis of Scotus is rejected.”
“St. Bonaventure wrote "De arte concionandi", in which he treats of divisio, distinctio, dilatatio, but deals extensively only with the first.”
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