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  • Il grandissimo successo preoccup talmente tanto la Universal che tent in ogni maniera di bloccare le visioni del mio ... che epoch gi uscito in tutto il resto del mondo criminal il titolo Jaws 3 e maturando degli incassi record, e la casa di produzione stava preparando il suo Jaws 3 ... alla excellent di un mese di programmazione riescono the bloccare la visione del mio movie accusandolo di plagio.

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  • As Cusa observes in the first phrase of De visione Dei: "If I strive in human fashion to transport you to things divine, I must needs use a comparison of some kind."

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • In De visione Dei, Nicholas of Cusa asserts: "The human intellect, if it is to find expression in action, require [s] images [phantasmata], and images cannot be had without the senses, and senses subsist not without a body."

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Nicholas of Cusa describes Providence as the gaze of God that he beholds "as in a mirror, in an icon, in a riddle" (De visione Dei, 17).

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Sacramento, essendo scalzo e con tanta devotione senza muovere gli occhi, né la persona che pareva pių tosto una figura immobile, che un huomo, la qual cosa mosse tutti a gran devotione et compuntione, che gli pareva di vedere una visione in aria.

    A Papal Ceremony

  • E' stata un'esperienza interessante, questa visione comunale.

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  • For he describes in the very opening words of his De visione beatifica the traditional hierarchy of the Christian Middle Ages, even invoking the great authority of Dionysius the Areopagite:

    Dietrich of Freiberg

  • Dietrich tells us in the De visione beatifica, that the distinction between conceptional and real being is the first division of being.

    Dietrich of Freiberg

  • However, he makes extensive use of the notion in three treatises in particular: the De animatione caeli, the De visione beatifica, and the De intellectu et intelligibili.

    Dietrich of Freiberg

  • Among his theological writings are included his treatises on the beatific vision (De visione beatifica), on the nature of Christ's body after the crucifixion

    Dietrich of Freiberg

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