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  • Aliam mere liberam, qua Deus post liberum actum suae voluntatis absque hypothesi et conditione aliqua cognovit absolute et determinate ex complexionibus omnibus contingentibus, quaenam re ipsa essent futurae, quae non item.

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  • And this is why, as is related by Diogenes Laertius, Antisthenes gave the following answer: [Greek: erotaetheis ti ton mathaematon anankaiotaton, ephae, “to kaka apomathein.”] (Interrogatus quaenam esset disciplina maxime necessaria, Mala, inquit, dediscere.)

    Essays of Schopenhauer

  • For as he devoureth his children, so one of them seeketh to devour and suppress the other; while antiquity envieth there should be new additions, and novelty cannot be content to add but it must deface; surely the advice of the prophet is the true direction in this matter, State super vias antiquas, et videte quaenam sit via recta et bona et ambulate in ea.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Mopsus, the official prophet of the expedition, falls into a trance and beholds a vision of the future (211): heu quaenam aspicio! nostris modo concitus ausis aequoreos vocat ecce deos Neptunus et ingens concilium. fremere et legem defendere cuncti hortantur. sic amplexu, sic pectora fratris,

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • "Atque ut intellegas quaenam sit huius potentiae uis, summo bono nihil potentius esse paulo ante definiuimus."

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Si enim ex carne humana Christi corpus adsumptum est, dubitari potest, quaenam caro haec quae adsumpta sit esse uideatur.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Quoniam igitur, uti paulo ante monstratum est, omne quod scitur non ex sua sed ex conprehendentium natura cognoscitur, intueamur nunc quantum fas est, quis sit diuinae substantiae status, ut quaenam etiam scientia eius sit, possimus agnoscere.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Si nescit, quaenam beata sors esse potest ignorantiae caecitate?

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Si enim omnis habet natura personam, indissolubilis nodus est, quaenam inter naturam personamque possit esse discretio; aut si non aequatur persona naturae, sed infra terminum spatiumque naturae persona subsistit, difficile dictu est ad quas usque naturas persona perueniat, id est quas naturas conueniat habere personam, quas a personae uocabulo segregari.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Sed de persona maxime dubitari potest, quaenam ei definitio possit aptari.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

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