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Cognoscere Per Impressionem: Aquinas and the Avicennian Account of Knowing Separate Substances, DEBORAH BLACK
diletto delle sollazzevoli cose in quelle mostrate e utile consiglio potranno pigliare, in quanto potranno cognoscere quello che sia da fuggire e che sia similmente da seguitare [.
At nos vino scortisque demersi ne paratas quidem artes audemus cognoscere, sed accusatores antiquitatis vitia tantum docemus et discimus.
Loeb Classical Library (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press; London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1984), 2: 410-411: "hunc modo serpentem, baculum qui nexibus ambit, perspice et usque nota visu, ut cognoscere possis
Cuius ratio est quia sapientia est potissima perfectio rationis, cuius proprium est cognoscere ordinem" (Sent.
12) "Recte itaque in parabolis audiunt, et in aenigmate, qui clausis sensibus cordis, neque intrare, neque curant cognoscere veritatem"; In Luc.
He published an introduction to theology in which he distinguished between cognoscere (to learn), intelligere (to reflect), and facere (to do).
Its motto, "rerum cognoscere causas"--to seek the cause of things, remains one key question at the heart of evidence-informed policy today.
The original Latin text of the quoted passage reads as follows: "quin se peccatorem agnoscat, de se ipso cognoscere nequit veritatem, quae ad iuste operandum est condicio.
For he did not say 'that velle cognoscere rhetoricam we might rewrite' or 'anew' or intelligebamus.
Quot namque subjaceant amantes angustiis, nemo posset nisi experimento cognoscere.
After all, the name of the company is based on the Latin word cognoscere (to recognize)," said Peter Wallscheid, head of corporate advertising, Cognis.