coniectus

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It comes from the Latin word, coniectus, meaning to throw together, or to infer or guess.
Another thought of the letters revolves around the finiteness of life, which has inevitably a deadline: "In hoc punctum coniectus es" (You have been cast upon this point of time; 77:12).
For example, Lucretius introduces his own cosmogony this way: sed quibus tile modis coniectus materiai / fundarit terram et caelum pontique profunda, / solis lunai cursus, ex ordine ponam (5.