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  • Article 5 of the Rome Statute lists the ratione materiae, or subject matter jurisdiction of the court,

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  • Article 5 of the Rome Statute lists the ratione materiae, or subject matter jurisdiction of the court,

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  • “Ancora una volta sulla nozione di quantitas materiae in Egidio R.mano”, Knowledge and the S.iences in Medieval Philosophy, Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy (S.EPM), II, S. Knuttila, R. Työrinoja, and S. Ebbesen (eds.), Helsinki.

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  • Heliodorus, l. 4. inflammat mentem novus aspectus, perinde ac ignis materiae admotus, Chariclia, &c. 5653.

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  • Quantum materiae materietur marmota monax si marmota monax materiam possit materiari?

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  • A final development among the Mertonians that is worthy of mention for its later importance is their attempts at clarifying the expression “quantity of mat - ter” (quantitas materiae), which seems to be genetically related to the Newtonian concept of mass.

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  • Rome, in his Theoremata de corpore Christi (1276), of the phrase quantitas materiae in a meaning exclusive of both volume and weight.

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  • His definition of quantitas materiae, it has been argued, is not signifi cantly different from Newton's “the measure of the same arising from its density and magnitude conjointly”

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  • Ghost here is taken passively, or that the expression Pneumatos Hagiou is genetivus materiae.

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  • Quidquid ultra moror, non servio materiae, sed indulgeo ...

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