sphaera

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sphaera intelligibilis cujus centrum ubique, circumferentia nusquam"; cioe, una sfera intelligibile, il cui centro si trova dappertutto, ma [la cui] circonferenza non si trova in nessun luogo.
Konrad von Megenberg, Die deutsche Sphaera, 69-72) [Juan de Sacrobosco fue el que compuso este libro: En latin fue redactado, y yo ahora quiero pasarlo al aleman.
Quoad influxum huismodi personalitatis actricis in capacitatem ipsius eligendi matrimonium psychologa, ponderato curriculo vitae actricis, ostendit deordinadonem personalitatis qua mulier laboravit tempore nuptiarum et influxum negativum quem habuit in capacitatem aestimativam, criticam vel electivam ipsius praesertim in sphaera affectiva.
Among specific topics are data scientist training for librarians, a bibliometric analysis of observatory publications 2008-12, the manipulation of images in ancient books: the case of Sacrobosco's De Sphaera Mundi, a review of tasks in the library of Bosscha Observatory over two decades, and digitizing the patrimonial collections of the Paris Observatory Library.
IV, fols 141vM-142rA: "Avempace vero respondit in hoc loco sic, quam sphaera, secundum quod est sphaera, non est in loco, quia aliquid extrinsecum continet illam, et quod hoc proprium est corpori recto, non corpori rotundo".
Many have reproduced David Masson's 1874 diagrams derived from a 1610 edition of the thirteenth-century De Sphaera of Sacrobosco, giving powerful visual sanction to the idea.
28) Padron, among others, identifies Joannes de Sacrobosco's treatise on the sphere, De Sphaera Mundi, as one of two canonical texts for sixteenth-century Spanish cosmographers, the other being Ptolemy's Geographia (51).
Su autor, Hieronimo de Chaves, fue astrologo, cosmografo y Piloto Mayor de la Casa de Contratacion de Sevilla y tiempo antes de escribir la Chronographia habia realizado la traduccion del latin al espanol del Tractatus de Sphaera Mundi de Johannes de Sacrobosco, un importante estudio de astronomia medieval inspirado en el modelo ptolemaico.
Un manual de esa epoca definia asi la DSI: <<complexum unitarium cognitionum (ex experientia, ratione, fide) quas, in sphaera ordinis salutis christiani, Ecclesia haber circa ordinem socialem humanum terrenum in sua totalitate ac in diversis sectoribus particularibus; iste complexus cognitionum servire deber ut norma pro activitatibus ac functionibus ordinativis quae constanter hominibus naturaliter socialibus, decursu historiae imponuntur>> (GOENAGA, J.
si sphaera una extitit, dici poterit recte quamlibet sphaeram esse possibilem" [Generales inquisitiones, [seccion] 61 (1684), AA VI 4, 759].
For example, the frontispiece of John Case's Sphaera civitatis--which was, incidentally, published in 1588, the year when Endymion was likely first performed--places the queen outside of the Ptolemaic universe, embracing and ruling the cosmic world.
Tampoco se debe olvidar los textos sobre astrofisica y astronomia de Oronce Fine, publicados en Paris en 1553, y que llevan por titulo: De duodecim caeli domiciliis & horis inaequalibus: Cibellus non aspernandus y In eos guos de mundi sphaera conscripsit libros, ac in planetarum theoricas, canonum astronomicorum, ambos salidos de las prensas de Michel de Vascosan.