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And thus we clearly perceive the origin of the eternal father and of the Verbum his son, proceeding from him (Mens Ex Deo nata, says Macrobius): the oenima or spiritus mundi, was the Holy Ghost; and it is for this reason that Manes, Pasilides, Valentinius, and other pretended heretics of the first ages, who traced things to their source, said, that God the Father was the supreme inaccessible light (that of the heaven, the primum mobile, or the aplanes); the Son the secondary light resident in the sun, and the Holy Ghost the atmosphere of the earth (See Beausob.
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He must not surrender himself to the first impulse, else he is betrayed into a mere _anima mundi_; he must not surrender himself to the second, else he is betrayed into something merely human.
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Hermes Trismegistus, an Egyptian Philosopher, and said to have lived Anno Mundi 2076, in the reign of Ninus, after Moses.
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Then, indeed, we might say—_præteriit gloria mundi!
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You may judge of the merits of the collection, and the nature of our gratification, when I tell you that here are the Conversion of Paul, by Rubens; the Graces, by Titian; William Tell, by Holbein; Pope Julius II., by Raphael; Ecce Homo, by Carl Dolci; Head of the Virgin, by Correggio; St. Peter, by Guido; St. John, by Domenichino; Creator Mundi, by Leonardo da Vinci; Crucifixion, by Michael Angelo; Plague of Athens, by N. Poussin; three Seaports, by Claude; and a large number by Rembrandt, Salvator Rosa, Paul Potter, Parmegiano, Velasques, Gerard Dow, &c.
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I noticed a double blue, called Gloria Mundi; Van Speyk, L'Importante, same color; Goethe, double yellow; L'Eclair, crimson; and Emicus, white, which were particularly beautiful.
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Clavis absconditorum a constitutione mundi_).
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For the laudatory notice of the Rev. E. F. Burr's demolition of evolution in his book Pater Mundi, see Monthly Religious Magazine, Boston, May, 1873, p. 492.
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Toward the end of the fifteenth century was printed what Cardinal d'Ailly had written long before as a summing up of his best thought and research-the collection of essays known as the Ymago Mundi.
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For D'Ailly's acceptance of St. Augustine's argument, see the Ymago Mundi, cap.
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On this point he laid stress in his great work, the Ymago Mundi, and an edition of it having been published in the days when Columbus was thinking most closely upon the problem of a westward voyage, it naturally exercised much influence upon his reasonings.
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It is a curious fact that this single theological error thus promoted a series of voyages which completely destroyed not only this but every other conception of geography based upon the sacred writings.(37) (37) For this error, so fruitful in discovery, see D'Ailly, Ymago Mundi; the passage referred to is fol.
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Veritatis cum Theologia (in his Ymago Mundi and separately).
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See the treatise De mundi constitutione, in Bede's Opera (Migne, Patr.
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This treatise, which has also been printed, under the title of De philosophia mundi, among the works of Honorius of Autun, is believed by modern scholars (Haureau, Werner, Poole) to be the production of William of Conches.
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For Honorius, see De imagine mundi and Hexaemeron (Migne, Patr. Lat., vol. clxxii).
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The De philosophia mundi, the most rational of all, is, however, believed by modern scholars to be unjustly ascribed to him.
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In quibus ambulastis aliquando juxta Saeculum mundi istius, secundum principem potestatis aeris spiritus, qui nunc operatur in filos diffidentiae (Eph, ii,2).
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The passage connecting the trident of Neptune with the Trinity is in his Juventus Mundi.
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For Mr. Gladstone's view of the connection between Neptune's trident and the doctrine of the Trinity, see his Juventus Mundi.
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Examples of Mundi

Example #1
In the opinion of the philosophers the son was understanding, Nous and Logos, from which the Latins made their Verbum.
Example #2
The epithet piter, or father, having been applied to the demi-ourgos of Plato, gave rise to an ambiguity which caused an enquiry to be made respecting the son of this father.
Example #3
This difficult antagonism, of what is most and what is least generic, must be maintained, otherwise the idea, the possible idea, of that august unveiling which takes place in the Judaico-Christian God, is absolutely in clouds.
Example #4
He demands, in the first place, something in the highest degree generic; and yet again in the opposite direction, something in the highest degree individual; he demands on the one path, a vast ideality, and yet on the other, in union with a determinate personality.
Example #5
He was a wonderful philosopher and proved that there was but one God, the creator of all things; and was the author of several most excellent and useful inventions.
Example #6
But those Hermetick Men here mentioned, though the pretended sectators of this great man, are nothing else but a wild and extravagant sort of enthusiasts, who make a hodge-podge of Religion and Philosophy, and produce nothing but what is the object of every considering person's contempt.