vesanus

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With references to Plato, Aristotle, Horace, Ficino, Coleridge and Shelley, Chapter 1 deals with the status, at the time, of such topoi as furor poeticus and vesanus poeta.
* Vesanus, a, um, cousa louca, sem onse, furiosa: * Vesania, ae, [parallel] falta de onse, ou loucura 304.
Fie mentions his furor twice (2, 3), characterizes his hands and later his strength with the adjective vesanus (4, 25), and declares that others will call him demens (19).
(48) Quis ergo sic est sceleratus et perfidus, quis sic discordiae furore vesanus, ut aut credat scindi posse aut audeat scindere uuitatem Dei, vestem Domini, Ecclesiam Christi?: De unitate, 8 (CSEL 3/1,216).