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  • In 1679 Pope Innocent XI publicly condemned sixty-five of the more radical propositions stricti mentalis, taken chiefly from the writings of Escobar, Francisco Suárez and other casuists as propositiones laxorum moralistarum and forbade anyone to teach them under penalty of excommunication.

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  • "In 1679 Pope Innocent XI publicly condemned sixty-five of the more radical propositions stricti mentalis, taken chiefly from the writings of Escobar, Francisco Suárez and other casuists as propositiones laxorum moralistarum and forbade anyone to teach them under penalty of excommunication."

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  • The mentalis, the corrugator, all those little muscles of the face, those are the first things you learn in art school anatomy.

    Diary

  • The “orange peel” texture of your chin, these “popply” bumps are caused by your mentalis muscle.

    Diary

  • Insofar as concepts agree with vocal expressions in their function of being signs, it makes sense to conceive of thought processes as a kind of mental speech (oratio mentalis) showing close analogies to spoken discourse.

    Medieval Semiotics

  • Whereas according to Augustine the sign, being an external entity by definition, was precluded from the sphere of the mind, it is now the mental sign, i.e., the mental concept or mental term (terminus mentalis), that is seen as the primary and most principal sign

    Medieval Semiotics

  • The mental nerve (n. mentalis) emerges at the mental foramen, and divides beneath the Triangularis muscle into three branches; one descends to the skin of the chin, and two ascend to the skin and mucous membrane of the lower lip; these branches communicate freely with the facial nerve.

    IX. Neurology. 5e. The Trigeminal Nerve

  • These works also went through a series of different editions, and likewise drew upon themselves the accusation of laxity, especially with reference to the question of what is called "mental reservation" (restrictio mentalis).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • "Dimostrazione teologica" (Milan, 1729), in defence of the preceeding work on truthfulness (the question of restrictio mentalis);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • Simony whether it be of ecclesiastical or Divine law, may be divided into mental, conventional, and real (simonia mentalis, conventionalis, et realis).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

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  • "The pouting muscle", the internet tells me...

    February 6, 2012