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  • Talem se exhibuit, ut nec in Christum, nec Mahometan crederet, unde effectum ut promissa nisi quatenus in suum commodum cederent minime servaret, nec ullo scelere peccatum statueret, ut suis desideriis satisfaceret.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Saepe non eundem, sed similem producit effectum, et illaeso parente transit. in nepotem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Si curari vult, opus est pertinaci perseverantia, fideli obedientia, et patientis singulari, si taedet aut desperet, nullum habebit effectum.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Utere forti imaginatione et experieris effectum, dicant in adversum quicquid volunt Theologi.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Imperatoris quasi pro honore, vt manducaret ac biberet de manu ipsius, in continenti ad hospitum est reuersus, infirmatúsque mortuus est post septem dies, totumque corpus eius miro modo glaucum effectum est, dicebatúrque ab omnibus, quod ibidem, vt terram eius liberè ac plenariè possiderent, fuisset impotionatus.

    The long and wonderful voyage of Frier Iohn de Plano Carpini

  • Imperatoris quasi pro honore, vt manducaret ac biberet de manu ipsius, in continenti ad hospitum est reuersus, infirmat鷖que mortuus est post septem dies, totumque corpus eius miro modo glaucum effectum est, dicebat鷕que ab omnibus, quod ibidem, vt terram eius liber� ac plenari� possiderent, fuisset impotionatus.

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

  • Conversely, classical principles like ex nihilo nil fit and causa aequat effectum guided

    TIME

  • * [2174] Ut cavendum est ne vitæ sanctitatem atque innocentiam effectum justificationis nostræ coram Deo esse credamus, neque illam nostræ coram

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • Again, p. 14, inter Opuscul, “Ut cavendum est ne vitæ sanctitatem atque innocentiam effectum justificationis nostræ coram Deo esse credamus, neque illam nostræ coram Deo justificationis causam efficientem aut impulsivam esse affirmemus; set tantummodo causam sine quâ eam justificationem nobis non contingere decrevit Deus.”

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • _Causa æquat effectum_, Nature abhors a vacuum, are examples of the maxims derived or supposed to be derived from the necessities of our

    Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge

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