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  • The romans created the “viae publicae” all around and across their empire, so what lies ahead a “viae chinae”? manny Says:

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  • Finally, the concluding tenth section will briefly indicate how the separation of the two viae, in addition to a number of extrinsic social factors, contributed to the disintegration of scholastic discourse, and thereby to the disappearance of the characteristically medieval problem of universals, as well as to the re-mergence of recognizably the same problem in different guises in early modern philosophy.

    The Medieval Problem of Universals

  • The resulting separation and the ensuing struggle of the medieval viae did not end with the victory of the one over the other.

    The Medieval Problem of Universals

  • Now if we compare the two diagrams representing the respective conceptions of the two viae, we can see just how radically Ockham's innovations changed the character of the semantic relations connecting terms, concepts and things.

    The Medieval Problem of Universals

  • It's from Paul's Epistle to the Romans, Chapter 11, verse 33 in the Vulgate: o altitudo divitiarum sapientiae et scientiae Dei! quam inconprehensibilia sunt iudicia eius et investigabiles viae eius!

    languagehat.com: O ALTITUDO.

  • Parsifal, and, in their spiritual asceticism, progressing from one mortification to another, arrive, by following the most bloody of viae Cruets, at exalting themselves to the pure cognition and perfect adoration of Le Postillon de

    The Captive

  • For he that will reduce a knowledge into an art will make it round and uniform; but in divinity many things must be left abrupt, and concluded with this: O altitudo sapientiae et scientiae Dei! quam incomprehensibilia sunt juducua ejus, et non investigabiles viae ejus.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • But latae undique sunt sapientibus viae; to sapience

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Set off on the under side of the corona, vertically over the triglyphs and over the middle of the metopes, are the viae in straight lines and the guttae arranged in rows, six guttae broad and three deep.

    The Ten Books on Architecture

  • 'Non meus amissos animus desiderat agros ruraque Paeligno conspicienda solo, nec quos piniferis positos in collibus hortos spectat Flaminiae Clodia iuncta viae.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

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