pulchritudinem love

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  • St Thomas Aquinas has said: “ad pulchritudinem tria requiruntur”, and these three requirements of beauty are integrity, right proportion or harmony, and claritas (brightness, vividness).

    The Theology and Metaphysics of the Gothic Cathedral - part 3

  • O Roma felix, quæ tantorum principum es purpurata pretioso sanguine, non laude tua, sed ipsorum meritis excellis omnem mundi pulchritudinem.

    Giovanni Vianini's

  • Talem pulchritudinem qualem virtus habet; no painter, no graver, no carver can express virtue's lustre, or those admirable rays that come from it, those enchanting rays that enamour posterity, those everlasting rays that continue to the world's end.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cosmo Paccio Interpret. nihil ab aeris caligine aut figurarum varietate impeditus meram pulchritudinem meruit, exultans et misericordia motus, cognatos amicos qui adhuc morantur in terra tuetur, errantibus succurrit, &c. Deus hoc jussit ut essent genii dii tutelares hominibus, bonos juvantes, males punientes,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Non peccat venialiter qui mulierem ducit ob pulchritudinem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Miror et stupeo cum coelum aspicio et pulchritudinem siderum, angelorum, &c. et quis digne laudet quod an nobis viget, corpus tam pulchrum, frontem pulchram, nares, genas, oculos, in ellectum, omnia pulchra; si sic in creaturis laboramus; quid in ipso deo?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Alter excitat hominem ad divinam pulchritudinem lustrandam, cujus causa philosophiae studia et justitiae,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • In Psal.lxxxv. omnes pulchritudines terrenas auri, argenti, nemorum et camporum pulchritudinem Solis et Lunae, stellarum, omnia pulchra superans.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • But of all others, [1707] women are most weak, ob pulchritudinem invidae sunt foeminae (Musaeus) aut amat, aut odit, nihil est tertium

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Solaris: ut divinam aspicias pulchritudinem, demitte materiam, demitte sensum, et Deum qualis sit videbis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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