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12: "Notandum est hoc artificium potius sequi viam academicorum quam peripateticorum, et si neutram omnino sequatur, nec impugnet, imo ac Platonem ab Aristotele, nec divum Thomam ab Scoto, servata ratione instituti, in plerisque dissentire in eo exercitatus elicere potest; ad platonicam enim doctrinam aristotelica via est, termino autem via quomodo potest esse contraria?
Life is artificial as in the latin root word, artificium, which denotes the craftedness of life.
brevius has naturas imitatum, adeo necessarium est pulcre cogitaturo naturale cogitandis genus, ([seccion]14) ut minus adhuc cognita animae pulcre cogitaturae, multorumque obiectorum natura, omne venustae cogitationis artificium hac unica regula comprehendi videretur: Naturam imitare.
28-31), que empieza: "dividitur pr[a] esens artificium in tres partes principales in quas similiter Ars generalis divisa est, quarum prima est de terminis, secunda de mixtione, tertia de applicatione ..." y que de acuerdo con el modelo del Ars brevis y del Ars generalis ultima, enumeraba y explicaba seguidamente los dieciocho principios.
Artificium. Revista Iberoamericana de Estudios Culturales y Analisis Conceptual 2, no.
"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.
Esta posibilidad de insercion la califica Leibniz como un "reducendi artificium", que "nemo observavit hactenus" ("nadie ha observado hasta ahora"), es decir, hasta 1666.
Del latin artificium, este vocablo esta formado ademas por el verbo latinofacere, 'hacer'.
Therefore, our claim for entrepreneurship as a method akin to the scientific method rests both on the historical parallels and recent empirical findings that feed the possibility of a Novum Artificium, as it were.
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).
As Echion continues, he repeatedly puts the study of literature (litterae) in its place by equating it with a trade (artificium).
Ramazzini -en De Morbis Artificium Diatriba (1700)- describen el cuadro clinico de intoxicacion ocupacional.