perturbationum love

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  • A most frequent and ordinary cause of melancholy, [1572] fulmen perturbationum (Picolomineus calls it) this thunder and lightning of perturbation, which causeth such violent and speedy alterations in this our microcosm, and many times subverts the good estate and temperature of it.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Verum hi perturbationum mores, ea ualentia est, ut mouere quidem loco hominem possint, conuellere autem sibique totum exstirpare non possint.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Sed quoniam firmioribus remediis nondum tempus est et eam mentium constat esse naturam, ut quotiens abiecerint ueras falsis opinionibus induantur ex quibus orta perturbationum caligo uerum illum confundit intuitum, hanc paulisper lenibus mediocribusque fomentis attenuare temptabo, ut dimotis fallacium affectionum tenebris splendorem uerae lucis possis agnoscere.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • "Num me," inquit, "fefellit abesse aliquid, per quod, uelut hiante ualli robore, in animum tuum perturbationum morbus inrepserit?

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Beatum dixerunt populum y cui hac funt, & c~] Ini - quorum beatitudo vita eft luftu carens, multisque divitiis referta; juftorum autem beatitudo eft animae ftatus perturbationum expers & cognitioni Dei con - junctus.

    Opera omnia sanctorum patrum graecorum: graece et latine

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