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  • De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum et artium, atque excellentia Verbi Dei, declamatio invectiva/On the Uncertainty and Vanity of the Arts and Sciences: An Invective Declamation

    Loss of Faith

  • In addition to the normal magisterial writings, Bonaventure also wrote On Retracing the Arts to Theology (Opusculum de reductione artium ad theologiam) while Master; and probably in

    Amputee

  • Breviloquium, Itinerarium mentis in Deum, et De reductione artium ad theologiam.

    Amputee

  • “A proposito del ˜De vanitate scientiarum et artium™ di Cornelio Agrippa.”

    Loss of Faith

  • Mathematum pulchritudo (saith [3327] Plutarch) ut his indignum sit divitiarum phaleras istas et bullas, et puellaria spectacula comparari; such is the excellency of these studies, that all those ornaments and childish bubbles of wealth, are not worthy to be compared to them: credi mihi ([3328] saith one) extingui dulce erit Mathematicarum artium studio, I could even live and die with such meditation,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • His definition of philosophy as a cognitio artium liberalium, a knowledge of the liberal arts, reveals both the influence of Stoicism and of the medieval educational tradition.

    Petrus Ramus

  • Christianissimi eximiam pietatem imitante filio, Diuo Friderico secundo rege nostro sanctissimo, Anno 1588. ad coelestem patriam euocato, aucta et promota: quæ etiam hodiè, clementissimi regis et principis nostri, Christiani 4. fauore et nutu viget floretque: in qua iuuentus nostræ Insulæ, artium dicendi et sacræ Theologiæ rudimentis imbuta, ad scientiam et veram pietatem formatur, vt hinc ministri Ecclesiarum petantur.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Christianissimi eximiam pietatem imitante filio, Diuo Friderico secundo rege nostro sanctissimo, Anno 1588. ad coelestem patriam euocato, aucta et promota: qu� etiam hodi�, clementissimi regis et principis nostri, Christiani 4. fauore et nutu viget floretque: in qua iuuentus nostr� Insul�, artium dicendi et sacr� Theologi� rudimentis imbuta, ad scientiam et veram pietatem formatur, vt hinc ministri Ecclesiarum petantur.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Robertus Ketenensis natione et cognomine Anglus, degustatis primum per Anglorum gymnasia humanarum artium elementis literarijs, vltramarinas statim visitare prouincias in animo constituit:

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • The Benedictine monk, Theophylos, describes this practice in his well-known work, "Schedula diversarium artium" (ca. 1122).

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Restoration Report 5

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