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  • J. Micraelius, Lexicon philo - sophicum terminorum philosophis usitatorum (Stettin, 1662), col.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Hujus sempiterna virtus et divinitas, cum in propria natura ab inquisitoribus mundi antiquis philosophis proprie investigari non posset, subtilissimis tamen intuiti sunt conjecturis compositionem mundi; compositis et distinctis elementorum affectibus presentem omnibus animam affuisse, quae secundum genus et ordinem singulorum vitam praeberet et motum, et intransgressibiles figeret metas, et stabilitatem assignaret et usum.

    Pneumatologia

  • Hujus sempiterna virtus et divinitas, cum in propria natura ab inquisitoribus mundi antiquis philosophis proprie investigari non posset, subtilissimis tamen intuiti sunt conjecturis compositionem mundi; compositis et distinctis elementorum affectibus presentem omnibus animam affuisse, quae secundum genus et ordinem singulorum vitam praeberet et motum, et intransgressibiles figeret metas, et stabilitatem assignaret et usum.

    Pneumatologia

  • AEgypto tertii signi ostensione convicti, cum sua defecisse praestigia faterentur, Dei digitum appellabant, et antiquis philosophis ejus intimarunt praesentiam defuisse.

    Pneumatologia

  • Quotiescunque enim in convivio de usu formosorum mentio facta est, tam vehementer excandui, tam severa tristitia violari aures meas obsceno sermone nolui, ut me mater praecipue tanquam unum ex philosophis intueretur.

    The Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter

  • Quemadmodum est videre in philosophis, qui et ipsi conati honeste vivere, tamen id non potuerunt efficere, sed contaminati sunt multis manifestis sceleribus.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Quemadmodum est videre in philosophis, qui et ipsi conati honeste vivere, tamen id non potuerunt efficere, sed contaminati sunt multis manifestis sceleribus.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • So that it is to be feared, that Averroes had not the right way of blessing himself, when, in defiance of Christianity, he wished, Sit anima mea cum philosophis.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. II.

  • And though I cannot judge it a fit saying for a dying Christian to make, that wish of Averroes, Sit anima mea cum philosophis; yet, while he lives, I think no Christian ought to be ashamed to wish, Sit anima mea cum philosophia.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III.

  • Si Christiani adorant quod comedunt (said Averroes), sit anima mea cum philosophis -- If Christians adore what they eat, my mind shall continue with the philosophers.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

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