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I have since obtained and used the work now in the library of Cornell University, being the letters and commentary published by Emanuel Acosta and attached to Maffei's book on the History of the Indies, published at Antwerp in 1685.
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So, too, when in 1588, thirty-six years after Xavier's death, the Jesuit father Maffei, who had been especially conversant with Xavier's career in the East, published his History of India, though he gave a biography of Xavier which shows fervent admiration for his subject, he dwelt very lightly on the alleged miracles.
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For the evolution of the miracles of Xavier, see his Letters, with Life, published by Leon Pages, Paris, 1855; also Maffei, Historiarum Indicarum libri xvi, Venice, 1589; also the lives by Tursellinus, various editions, beginning with that of 1594; Vitelleschi, 1622; Bouhours, 1683; Massei, second edition, 1682 (Rome), and others; Bartoli, Baltimore, 1868; Coleridge, 1872.
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The eighteenth century philosophy had come upon the stage, and the first effective onset of political scientists against the theological opposition in southern Europe was made in Italy-the most noted leaders in the attack being Galiani and Maffei.
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At the same time no new restrictions upon books advocating the taking of interest for money were imposed, and, in the year following his encyclical, Benedict openly accepted the dedication of one of them-the work of Maffei, and perhaps the most cogent of all. Like the casuistry of Boscovich in using the Copernican theory for "convenience in argument," while acquiescing in its condemnation by the Church authorities, this encyclical of Pope Benedict broke the spell.
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At the same time no new restrictions upon books advocating the taking of interest for money were imposed, and, in the year following his encyclical, Benedict openly accepted the dedication of one of them-the work of Maffei, and perhaps the most cogent of all.
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Through the darkness of the middle ages I explored my way in the Annals and Antiquities of Italy of the learned Muratori; and diligently compared them with the parallel or transverse lines of Sigonius and Maffei, Baronius and Pagi, till I almost grasped the ruins of Rome in the fourteenth century, without suspecting that this final chapter must be attained by the labour of six quartos and twenty years.
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Verselle and Pollentia are sixty miles from each other; and the latitude is still greater, if the Cimbri were defeated in the wide and barren plain of Verona, (Maffei, Verona Illustrata, P. i.
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See Maffei Verona Illustrata, part i. l.
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The history of that province till the age of Charlemagne forms the first and most interesting part of the Verona (Illustrata, p. 1-388,) in which the marquis Scipio Maffei has shown himself equally capable of enlarged views and minute disquisitions.
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Maffei (Verona Illustrata, part i.
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J'accordais une juste admiration à Métastase, à Maffei et à Alfieri, à Goldoni surtout; mais le beau n'existe vraiment dans le théâtre italien que par étincelles, et me semble loin de ces chefs-d'œuvre de goût, de convenance, d'intrigue et de pureté, qui font la gloire du théâtre français.
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Translated By Katharine Prescott Wormeley DEDICATION Dedicated to the Comtesse Clara Maffei.
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Examples of Maffei

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By Louis XIV Universal acceptance of these miracles IX.
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THE SCIENTIFIC STRUGGLE FOR ANATOMY.
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But the evolution of miraculous legends still went on.
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The Epistola begins at fol.
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In nearly all of them is revealed the conception of a Creator of whom man is an imperfect image, and who literally and directly created the visible universe with his hands and fingers.
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Among these theories, of especial interest to us are those which controlled theological thought in Chaldea.