Thomæ Hobbes Malmesburiensis Opera Philosophica Quæ Latine Scripsit Omnia: In Unum Corpus Nunc Primum Collecta Studio Et Labore Gulielmi Molesworth, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Page vi - Nature, and causes, we shall see That thus it needs must be ; To things immortal time can do no wrong ; And that, which never is to die, for ever must be young. ABRAHAM COWLEY. IN THO. HOBBES. FUTILIS exornet
Page v - For the poor wretched fisher-boats of wit Thy nobler vessel the vast ocean tries, And nothing sees but seas and skies, Till unknown regions it descries ; Thou great Columbus of the golden lands of new philosophies. Thy task was harder much than
Page 42 - affectu propter quem eo nomine appellatur quod est in prsedicato propositionis majoris. Postremo cum meminerit eos affectus esse omnes unius et ejusdem rei, concludit tria illa nomina ejusdem quoque rei esse nomina ; hoc est conclusionem esse veram. Exempli causa, quando fit Syllogismus hic, homo est animal, animal est corpus, ergo, homo est corpus, occurrit animo imago
Page 80 - alicujus rei, quse extiterat ante suppositam rerum externarum sublationem, nec considerare velimus, qualis ea res erat, sed simpliciter quod erat extra animum, habemus id, quod appellamus spatium, imaginarium quidem, quia merum phantasma, sed tarnen illud ipsum, quod ab omnibus sic appellatur. Nemo enim spatium ideo esse dicit, quod occupatum jam sit, sed quod occupari
Page 43 - sive cogitationem quse respondens syllogismo ex propositionibus universalibus in animo existit, nullam esse in iis animalibus quibus deest usus nominum, cum inter syllogizandum oporteat non modo de re sed etiam alternis vicibus de diversis rei nominibus, quse propter diversas de re cogitationes adhibita sunt, cogitare. 9. Reliquse
Page xciii - non bene certus, Sed iiullo potui tutior esse loco : Frigus erat, nix alta, senex ego, ventus acerbus ; Vexat equus sternax et salebrosa via. Londinum veniens, ne clam venisse viderer, Concilio Status conciliandus eram. Quo facto, statini summa cum pace recedo, Et sic me studiis applico, ut ante, meis. Solum regnabat tune nomine Parliamentum
Page lxxxviii - Verlor ego ad nostras, ad Graecas, atque Latinas Historias ; etiam carmina saepe lego. Flaccus, Virgilius, fuit et mihi notus Homerus, Euripides, Sophocles, Plautus, Aristophanes, Pluresque ; et multi Scriptores Historiarum : Sed mihi pra» reliquis Thucydides placuit. Is Democratia ostendit mihi quam sit inepta, Et quantum cœtu plus sapit unus homo. Hune ego scriptorem verti, qui diceret Anglis,
Page lxxxix - docui per septem sedulus annos; lile celer didicit, retinuitque memor. Nee tarnen hoc tempus libris consumpsimus omne, Ni mundum libri dixeris esse loco. Italia? multas, Gallorum et vidimus urbes ; Secessus dulces vidimus Allobrogum. Ast ego perpetuo naturam cogito rerum, Seu rate, seu curru, sive ferebar equo. Et mihi visa quidem est toto res única mundo Vera, licet multis
Page cv - vero nostrorum e Collegio Londinensi doctissimorum hominum, pro tam exiguo tempore egregie promoverunt. Physica ergo res novitia est. Sed philosophia civilis multo adhuc magis ; ut quae antiquior non sit (dico lacessitus, utque sciant se parum profecisse obtrectatores mei) libro quem De Cite ipse
Page iii - God can know Whether the fair idea thou dost show Agree entirely with his own or no. This I dare boldly tell, 'Tis so like truth, 'twill serve our turn as well. Just, as in Nature, thy proportions be, As full of concord their varietie, As firm the parts upon their center rest, And all so solid are, that they at least As much as Nature emptiness detest.

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