concipere

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Ego sane, cum mecum perpendo, definitiones non nisi conceptus Mentis nostrae continere; Mentem autem nostra multa concipere, quae non existunt, et foecundissimum esse in rerum semel conceptarum multiplicatione, et augmentatione, necum video, quomodo ex eo conceptu, quem de Deo habeo, inferre possim Dei existentiam.
In Abelard's earlier cognitive theory, concipere referred to a joining together of images.
Mulier annis domi detinetur in desidia, ac velut altioris provinciae incapax, nihil praeter acus et filum concipere permittitur.
Indeed, he uses such terms as passio to refer to the reception of the species in the possible intellect and describes the coming to be of the word or concept with such verbs as formare, concipere, and constituere.
14; 3:128: "Utrumque probabile est, nam ex una parte videtur nullum esse necessitatem ponendi talem speciem, cum species cuiuscumque singularis sufficiat; ex alia autem parte, potest assignari utilitas et necessitas, nempe ut intellectus possit facile et prompte, absque dependentia a re singulari, propriam eius quidditatem, genus et differentiam concipere.
When Suarez acknowledges that nothing can be known except that it be known as a being (nikil potest concipere, nisi ad modum entis) and Descartes echoes this with his claim that there can be no ideas save as of things (Et quia nullae ideae nisi tanquam rerum esse possunt), the die is cast on behalf of Descartes' reconfiguration of the res in question, the res that the sensible quality of cold as a non res or privation has to be conceived of to be.
Cum enim objectum adaequatum intellectus sit ens, nihil potest concipere, nisi ad modum entis, et ideo dum privationes ant negationes concipere conatur, eas concipit ad modum entium, et ita, format entia rationis.
Doctor: Id quod contradictionem implicat, Verbum esse non potest, quia nullus intellectus potest illud concipere.