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  • Note 37: "Siquidem quamuis beata illa soror in silencii observacione sollicita fuerit nimis, nunquam transgrediens et infringend legem silencii in vita sua, tamen cum graciam illuminantem se minus solito se habere conspexit, strictissimum sibi ipsi silencium indixit, tanquam os ad loquendum ey aures ad audiendum non haberet; ..."

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • “Sancti Apostoli Petrus et Paulus, de quorum potestate et auctoritate confidimus ipsi intercedant pro nobis ad Dominum.”

    The Tudors: King Takes Queen

  • Hi enim ad multitudinem propter eos qui sunt ab Ecclesia, quos communes et ecclesiasticos ipsi dicunt, inferunt sermones, per quos capiunt simpliciores et illiciunt eos, simulantes nostrum tractatum, uti saepius audiant.

    The Gnostic shuffle ...

  • From this sentence Pagels takes only the words communes et ecclesiasticos ipsi dicunt, omitting the larger context.

    The Gnostic shuffle ...

  • Kretzmann, N. (1985), ˜Nos ipsi principia sumus: Boethius and the Basis of Contingency™ in T. Rudavsky (ed.), Divine Omniscience and Omnipotency in Medieval Philosophy, Synthese Historical Library 25, Dordrecht: Reidel, 23-50.

    Medieval Theories of Modality

  • Proposes author fails to understand or relate to Christianity/Religion in vivo, thus rendering argment res ipsi loquitor. '

    No, Mr. Hitchens, God is Great!

  • And as that lusty courser in Aesop, that contemned the poor ass, came by and by after with his bowels burst, a pack on his back, and was derided of the same ass: contemnentur ab iis quos ipsi prius contempsere, et irridebuntur ab iis quos ipsi prius irrisere, they shall be contemned and laughed to scorn of those whom they have formerly derided.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Salvianus lib. de pro. acres ulciscendis vitiis quibus ipsi vehementer indulgent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Relicto illo, aegre ipsi interim faciens, et omnino difficilis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Si aduratur naturalis melancholia, alia fit species, si sanguis, alia, si flavibilis alia, diversa a primis: maxima est inter has differentia, et tot Doctorum sententiae, quot ipsi numero sunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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