divinus

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The terminology of Homo divinus was suggested by John Stott.
It becomes the guiding principle for McMahon's history of the idea of genius, from Socrates's divine voice or daimon, to Marsilio Ficino's furor divinus, the Neoplatonic divine fury from which the author has borrowed the title of his study, to the denial of genius by Voltaire ("I have never seen a genius") and its full-fledged revival in romanticism: Hegel's world-historical individual (Napoleon) and Shelley's hierophant "prophet.
Divinus perfectionis Magister, por el Nuncio Apostolico en Indonesia Antonio Guido Filipazzi.
13) Pastor aeternus: "Romanum Pontificem, cum ex cathedra loquitur, id est, [1] cum omnium Christianorum pastoris et doctoris munere fungens [2] pro suprema sua Apolostolica auctoritate [3] doctrinam de fide vel moribus ab universa Ecclesia tenendam definit, [4] per assistentiam divinam ipsi in beato PETRO promissam, [5] ea infallibilitate pollere, qua divinus Redemptor Ecclesiam suam [6] in definienda doctrina de fide vel moribus instructam esse voluit; [7] ideoque eiusmodi Romani Pontificis definitiones ex sese, non autem ex consensu Ecclesiae, irreformabiles esse" (Denzinger no.
Indeed, a full third of the Old Testament books may be properly considered poetry, rendering the poeta divinus a nearly superfluous or tautological redundancy.
Quevedo hace hincapie en que humanus dies parece un calco compuesto a partir de divinus dies, es decir el dia del Juicio Final.
In 2012 he took four victories: Divinus Bike Clivus, Lessinia Bike Legend, Sella Ronda Hero and Colombian XCO Championships.
It is an actus humanus (human act), actus divinus (divine act) and actus cosmologicus (cosmological act), an amor humanus, amor divinus and amor cosmologicus (a human love, divine love, and a cosmological love):
La "bienaventuranza intelectual", por tanto, implica el reposo de la inteligencia en el intellectus divinus, reposo que le significa una "transformacion mistica de la razon" (42).
confestimque discussa pigra quiete alacer exurgo meque protinus purificandi studio marino lavacro trado septiesque summerso fluctibus capite, quod eum numerum praecipue religionibus aptissimum divinus ille Pythagoras prodidit, laetus et alacer deam praepotentem lacrimoso vultu sic adprecabar:.
31) "Solus intellectus divinus est aeternus, in ipso solo veritas aeternitatem habet.