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Page 93 - O' genus attonitum gelidae formidine mortis, Quid Styga, quid tenebras, et nomina vana timetis, Materiam vatum, falsique pericula mundi ? Corpora sive rogus fiamma, seu tabe vetustas Abstulerit, mala posse pati non ulla putetis ; Morte careni animae domibus habitantque receptae.
Page 93 - I have fought : that is much—victory is in the hands of fate. Be that as it may with me, this at least future ages will not deny of me, be the victor who may,— that I did not fear to die, yielded to none of my fellows in constancy, and preferred a spirited death to a cowardly life.
Page 14 - Jordanus Brunus of Noia, Doctor of a more scientific theology, professor of a purer and less harmful learning, known in the chief universities of Europe, a philosopher approved and honourably received, a stranger with none but the uncivilised and ignoble, a wakener of sleeping minds, tamer of
Page 218 - entelechy, which is the soul in the animal ; but the members of this living body are full of other living beings—plants, animals,—each of which,
Page 71 - way in which God by essence, presence and power, is in all and above all, not as part, not as spirit or life, but in an inexplicable way.
Page 354 - Fulke Greville, Servant to Queen Elizabeth, Councillor to King James, and friend to Sir Philip Sidney. Trophaeum Peccati.
Page 62 - Tell me one thing more : Giordano Bruno, whom you knew at Wittenberg, the Nolan, is said to be living just now among you at Padua. Is it really so ? What sort of man is this that he dares enter Italy, which he left an exile, as he
Page 322 - the human soul, the noblest of substances, a genus from words of second intention ; settled the business of