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  • Lewis and Short point out that Cicero uses the word in similar contexts only as a simile: compare _Brut_ 33 'ante hunc [_sc_ Isocratem] enim uerborum _quasi structura_ et quaedam ad numerum conclusio nulla erat', _Or_ 149 '_quasi structura quaedam_', and _Opt Gen_ 5 'et uerborum est _structura quaedam'_.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • A translation of Conjecturae quaedam de Sensu, Motu,

    David Hartley

  • The edition of Leibniz's philosophical works in Latin and French, published by Rudolph Erich Raspe (Leibniz 1765; cf. Hallo 1934) contained some up to then unpublished letters and six pieces from the unpublished papers, of which two, “Difficultates quaedam logicae” and “Historia et commendatio linguae charactericae”, are relevant to logic.

    Leibniz's Influence on 19th Century Logic

  • Collationes in Hexaëmeron et Bonaventuriana quaedam selecta.

    Amputee

  • In other words, the very same rationes ideales that God constitutes in Himself, by considering Himself variously imitable by creatures, can be considered in scientia pratica as the possible effects of His actions (“quaedam operabilia”).

    Hitler's Angel (A Meta Christmas Carol)

  • Fraenaet stimuli animi, velut in mari quaedam aurae leves, quaedam placidae, quaedam turbulentae: sic in corpore quaedam affectiones excitant tantum, quaedam ita movent, ut de statu judicii depellant.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Mirari non rimari sapientia vera est, saith [6496] Gerhardus; et in divinis (as a good father informs us) quaedam credenda, quaedam admiranda, &c. some things are to be believed, embraced, followed with all submission and obedience, some again admired.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • In disciplinis humanis nihil praestantius reperitur: quippe miracula quaedam numerorum eruit tam abstrusa et recondita, tanta nihilo minus facilitate et voluptate, ut, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Est quaedam pulchritudo justitiae quam videmus oculis cordis, amamus, et exardescimus, ut in martyribus, quum eorum membra bestiae lacerarent, etsi alias deformes, &c. 4560.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Operae pretium est de amore considerare, utrum Deus, an Daemon, an passio quaedam animae, an partim Deus, partim Daemon, passio partim, &c. Amor est aetus animi bonum desiderans.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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