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  • Firmiter amplector ac recipio omnia et singula, quae ab inerranti Ecclesia magisterio definita, adserta ac declarata sunt, praesertim ea doctrinae capita, quae huius temporis erroribus directo adversantur.

    Announcements, Announcements, Announcements!

  • Panorama's reporters found the top-secret signature (which it calls "The signature that unmasks Lefebvre") in some mysterious location, when they could have found the more "damning" document showing the Archbishop's signature of, among others, Gaudium et Spes (De Ecclesia in mundo huius temporis) or Dignitatis Humanae (De Libertate Religiosa) in our Rorate repository (see here).

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  • Quando venit ergo sacri plenitudo temporis, missus est ab arce Patris natus, orbis, Conditor, atque ventre virginali carne factus prodiit.

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  • VERBUM supernum prodiens a Patre lumen exiens, qui natus orbi subvenis cursu declivi temporis:

    Verbum Supernum Prodiens

  • Commentaria in Aristeotelem Graeca: Versiones latinae temporis resuctitatarum litterarum.

    Alexander of Aphrodisias

  • In 1707 Vico gave a seventh oration-intended as an augmentation of the philosophy of Bacon-which he subsequently revised and published in 1709 under the title De nostri temporis studiorum ratione (On the Study Methods of our Times).

    Giambattista Vico

  • In the course of pursuing this task, Vico also develops two central themes of his mature philosophy: the outlines of a philosophical system in contrast to the then dominant philosophy of Descartes already criticized in De nostri temporis studiorum ratione, and his statement of the principle that verum et factum convertuntur, that "the true and the made are ... convertible," or that "the true is precisely what is made" (verum esse ipsum factum).

    Giambattista Vico

  • De Nostri temporis studiorum ratione (1709); On the Study Methods of our Times, translated by Elio Gianturco, with, as an addendum, The Acadamies and the Relation between Philosophy and Eloquence [1737], translated by Donald Phillip Verene.

    Giambattista Vico

  • Judic. de Sen. Vix aliquis tam absolutus, ut alteri per omnia satisfaciat, nisi longa temporis praescripto, semota judicandi libertate, religione quidam animos occuparis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Tantum tunc temporis in miserrimos mortales potentiae et crudelis Tyrannidis Satan exercuit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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