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In his quae sunt continua per naturam, illud unum, per quod fit continuatio, non est extraneum a natura rei quae per ipsum continuatur, sicut accidit in his quae sunt unum per artificium, in quibus vinculum, vel viscus, vel aliquid tale est omnino extraneum a natura colligatorum.
The first part, devoted to Neoplatonic theories in the form of allegorical interpretation, identifies two distinct functions for the fable: as a veil that conceals secrets from the uninitiated (what Chevrolet, following Paolo Rossi, describes as artificium occultandi) and as a pedagogical method, an instrument for moral and philosophic illumination (ratio docendi).
Michael Spang: Omnia homini simila sunt: Eine Interpretation von Giordano Brunos Artificium perorandi (2002); Luiz Carlos Bombassaro: Im Schatten der Diana: Die Jagdmetapher in Werk von Giordano Bruno (2002).
The reduction, if not the extinction, of the ennui may be granted by the techne involved in the artificium.
250, writes, "As for sculpture, in plaster, which is barely an art, there is no one to mention [as an artist]" (Gypso autent ob tenue artificium, nullus).
Explicatio eorum omnium quae ad comoediae artificium pertinent.
Vtrisque igitur ita me satisfacturum esse confido, si illis singularum vocum vim, atque originem: casuum, & temporum rationem: analogiam, dialectorum, quas appellant, varietatem diligenter, & accurate explanaro: his, si quae ad artificium poeticum, quae ad artem dicendi, quae ad prudentiam ciuilem, quae ad mores, quae ad affectus, quae ad decorum personarum, quae ad locorum, & regionum cognitionem, quae ad historiam, quae ad fabulas, quae ad omneis philosophiae parteis denique pertinent, breuiter, & enucleate declararo.
Omnia homini similia sunt: Eine Interpretation von Giordano Brunos Artificium perorandi.
53) Also present were manuals for Latin and rhetoric by four Jesuits: De arte rhetorica libri tres, ex Aristotele, Cicerone, et Quintiliano praecipue deprompti by Cypriano Soarez on ten lists, (54) De particulis latinae orationis by Orazio Torsellini (1544-99) on four to six lists, (55) the Generale artificium orationis cujuscunque componendae, longe facilimum by Joannes Voellus on four lists, (56) and the Progymnasmatum latinitatis, sive dialogorum libri quattuor.