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  • Philosophy and science say that there should be doubt about everything (de omnibus dubitandum).

    Global Voices in English » Serbia: Thoughts on Doubt and Faith

  • If modern philosophy, starting with Descartes, begins with doubting everything that can be doubted (De omnibus dubitandum est) and proceeds to building from ground zero another castle, a new one now founded on solid ground (ego cogito) until it reach its towering height (Hegel), the "other" beginning begins not by leaving the destruction (the failed building), but--as difficult as it may be--by staying in the ruins of those very stones.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Si infidelitas fornicatio est, et idolatria infidelitas, et avaritia idolatria, non est dubitandum et avaritiam fornicationem esse.

    A Short History of Women's Rights From the Days of Augustus to the Present Time. with Special Reference to England and the United States. Second Edition Revised, With Additions.

  • Credimus, docemus et confitemur etiam, etsi vere in Christum credentes et renati multis infirmitatibus et naevis usque ad mortem sunt obnoxii: non tamen illis vel de justitia, quae per fidem, ipsis imputatur, vel de aeterna salute esse dubitandum, quin potius firmiter illis statuendum esse: [11234] 1

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Credimus, docemus et confitemur etiam, etsi vere in Christum credentes et renati multis infirmitatibus et naevis usque ad mortem sunt obnoxii: non tamen illis vel de justitia, quae per fidem, ipsis imputatur, vel de aeterna salute esse dubitandum, quin potius firmiter illis statuendum esse [vor gewiss halten sollen], quod propter

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Non dubitandum est, quin Pythius Apollo, hoc est spurcus ille spiritus, quem Hebræi Ob, et Abaddon, Hellenistæ ad verbum

    A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume II. (of VI.)

  • Dubitan - dum autem non est quin is adnexum habeat, ut ceteri Jarchianum Commen - tarium et Additamenta, ut dubitandum meo quidem judicio non est quin prae - ter hunc alios quosdam tractatiis talmu - dicos Soncinates ediderint qui vel pe - rierunt, vel in tenebris ac latebris ad - huc delitescunt.

    Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV

  • Eadem omnium ratio, om - nes sine anno et loco expressae, om - nes charactere quadrato, qui in nostra hac ac Kotzensis Libro praeceptorum est perfecte idem, iu reljquis major quidem, sed ejusdem plane fbrmae, ut dubitandum non videatur, quin eundem habeant artificem, communem - que typographum ac locum, Eadem in omnibus charta idemque signum an - chorae circulo contentae.

    Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV

  • Trans - erens se deinde Neapolim, ibi anno 1492 elegantissimam Miscnae editionsm cum Mai - monidis Com. procuravit, nec dubitandum quin sub Soncinatum nomine qui an. prae - cedenti Pent. pum Com.

    Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV

  • Bavaricus manavity at non dubitandum putaremas» qoin perfpeAam ΚοίΠιϋ adopcaremas emendationem• Ill«d et - iatn dicenduna, vulgatam leAionem αηιαβ codicis Vr/ioiani niti auotoritate, nam tota haec ecloga defideratur in Ba - varko.

    Polybii Megalopolitani Historiarvm Qvidqvid Svperest

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