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" Quapropter effigiem dei formamque quaerere inbecillitatis humanae reor. Quisquis est deus, si modo est alius, et quacumque in parte, totus est sensus, totus visus, totus auditus, totus animae, totus animi, totus sui. "
Southern Quarterly Review - Page 53
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La testimonianza dell'anima

1981 - 212 pages
...totalmente percezione, vedere, sentire, vivere in sé (quisquis est deus, si modo est alius, et quacumque in parte, totus est sensus, totus visus, totus auditus, totus animae, totus animi, totus sui). Diventa quindi stupidità (maiorem ad socordiam accedit) pensare all'esistenza di tanti Dei, presi...
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Juste Lipse et la restauration du stoïcisme: étude et traduction des traités ...

Jacqueline Lagrée, Justus Lipsius - Philosophy - 1994 - 268 pages
...intellectum, scientiam et praescientiam. Neque dissimilia Plinius de Deo: «Quisquis est, inquit, Deus, lotus est sensus, totus visus, totus auditus, totus animae, totus animi, totus sui ». Quid mirum tutu haec in eo esse, a quo sic largiter dimanant ; partit;* omni aevo in omnes ? sed...
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El mito Fáustico en el drama de Calderón

Sigmund Méndez - Faust (Legendary character) - 2000 - 395 pages
...77-88) La definición pliniana es aquella (Naturalis Historia, II, v, 14) en la cual se afirma que Dios "totus est sensus, totus visus, totus auditus, totus animae, totus animi, totus sui",171 que en el drama de Calderón aparece modificada: Dios es bondad suma una esencia, una sustancia...
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Proverbi

Mario Cimosa - Religion - 2007 - 392 pages
...l'occhio, è possibile che non veda?», Gb 22,14)? Ricordiamo poi il detto di Plinio il Vecchio: «Deus totus est sensus, totus visus, totus auditus, totus animae, totus animi, totus sui »429. 429 Plinio il Vecchio, Naturalis historia 2,7. [20,13] Sonno, ozio e povertà sono strettamente...
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Modern Language Notes

Electronic journals - 1925
...coincidence. Newton, of course, referred Milton's line to Pliny's account of God (Nat. Hist., i, vii) : "totus est sensus, totus visus, totus auditus, totus animae, totus animi, totus sui." Milton certainly knew his classics, but none the less he could not have avoided reading the works of...
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