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  • Qui quotis volebat, mortuo similis jacebat auferens se a sensibus, et quum pungeretur dolorem non sensit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • In reliquis sensibus voluptas, in his pulchritudo et gratia.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Qualis est animi tinea, quae tabes pectoris zelare in altero vel aliorum felicitatem suam facere miseriam, et velut quosdam pectori suo admovere carnifices, cogitationibus et sensibus suis adhibere tortores, qui se intestinis cruciatibus lacerent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The, for example, "Accende lumen sensibus" in the first part Veni, creator spiritus is thrilling indeed.

    On Jascha Horenstein's Mahler 8th

  • Campanella's first printed work, Philosophia sensibus demonstrata, was written when the twenty-one year old Dominican friar was living in a monastery in the Calabrian village of Altomonte.

    Tommaso Campanella

  • In his own treatise, Philosophia sensibus demonstrata,

    Tommaso Campanella

  • Pars ista ostendit pericula navicule Sancti Petri et primo sic: Inter Christians sunt forte multa secreta de quibus secretis poterit orribilis revelatio sicut de Templariis evenire…hoc etiam dico de quibusdam palam turipissimus et sensibus manifestis, proper quepericlitatur navicula Santi Petri.

    The Templar Revelation

  • And this he resolves into instruction, or what he had observed in others: "Invenimus homines rogantes te, et didicimus ab eis, sentientes te ut poteramus esse magnum aliquem; qui posses etiam non adparens sensibus nostris, exaudire nos et subvenire nobis," lib.i. cap.

    Pneumatologia

  • * Invenimus homines rogantes te, et didicimus ab eis, sentientes te ut poteramus esse magnum aliquem; qui posses etiam non adparens sensibus nostris, exaudire nos et subvenire nobis: [5544] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • The interaction of body and mind, which thrive only, as long as they are joined together, and both decay, when they have been separated, the poet describes as follows: — "Denique corporis atque animi vivata potestas inter se coniuncta valent vitaque fruuntur: nec sine corpore enim vitalis edere motus sola potest animi per se natura nec autem cassum animi corpus durare et sensibus uti."

    Lunheng

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