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  • Lefèvre d'Étaples, J. ,1525b: In quoscumque philosophiae naturalis libros paraphrasis, Parisiis: Regnault

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  • This method, in many respects an anticipation of the limit concept, receives a number of allusions in Newton's celebrated Principia mathematica philosophiae naturalis of 1687.

    Continuity and Infinitesimals

  • Admiranda Methodus novae philosophiae Renati des Cartes.

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  • Itaque vocatus sum Hermes Trismegistus, habens tres partes philosophiae totius mundi.

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  • Arabic divisions of the sciences influenced the Latin West mainly through Dominicus Gundisalvi™ treatise Division of Philosophy (De divisione philosophiae).

    Influence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on the Latin West

  • St. Bonaventure, [13] the anonymous thirteenth-century Summa philosophiae once ascribed to Robert Grosseteste, [14]

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  • In this passage, Weisheipl uses the phrase “binarium famosissimum” in a sense perhaps loosely related to that used by the author of the Summa philosophiae.

    Binarium Famosissimum

  • In William of Conches 'dialogue, Dragmaticon philosophiae, the

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  • Qui olim cogitabat quae vellet, et pulcherrimis philosophiae praeceptis operam insumpsit, qui universi circuitiones coelique naturam, &c. Hanc unam intendit operam, de sola cogitat, noctes et dies se componit ad hanc, et ad acerbam servitutem redactus animus, &c.

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  • Summum esse totius philosophiae, ut tales esse perseveremus, quales nos futures esse infirmi profitemur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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