eminentia


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eminence

 [em´ĭ-nens]
a projection or boss.

em·i·nence

(em'i-nens), [TA]
A circumscribed area raised above the general level of the surrounding surface, particularly on a bone surface.
Synonym(s): eminentia [TA]
[L. eminentia]

em·i·nence

(em'i-nĕns) [TA]
A circumscribed area raised above the general level of the surrounding surface, particularly on a bone surface.
Synonym(s): eminentia [TA] .
[L. eminentia]
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Heidelberg, XVI/3, 303: "Quare triplici via secundum Dionysium ad Deum ascendimus, scilicet ab istis visibilibus ut a causatis, et hoc multiplici argumento secundum Augustinum: aut quia nihil se ipsum produxit, aut quia de mobili ad immobile pervenire necesse est, de imperfecto ad perfectum, de bono ad optimum, etc.; secundo per eminentiam, ut in causa id eminenter comprehendamus, quod in causato reperitur ipsum causatum perficiens; tertio per remotionem, ut defectum, quem reperimus in causato, ab eminentia causae removeamus." Translation from Jasper Hopkins, Nicholas of Cusa's Early Sermons: 1430-1441 (Loveland, Col.: Arthur J.
(70) "[P]rima causa ex eminentia bonitatis suae rebus aliis confert non solum quod sint, sed etiam quod causae sint"; De veritate, q.
Ex hoc patet eius eminentia ad alias virtutes morales, quae hominem tantum perficiunt in eis, quae conveniunt ei secnndum seipsum.
ESTILISTICA--Gratia vestra e aqui um titulo honorifico, assim como almitas, caritas, dignatio, magnitudo, pietas, sanctitas e, para os reis e os ministros dos reis merovingios (maires du palais), excellentia, eminentia, dominatio, celsitudo, culmen etc.
At the same time, the judgment attributes created concepts to God by way of the via negativa et via eminentia, and these truly give us some insight into the divine essence.