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mediante lumine

But if we regard speech with a view to its aim, it serves to express, to teach, and to move [ad experimendum, ad erudiendum, et ad movendum]. But it always expresses something by means of an image [mediante specie], it teaches by means of a force of light [mediante lumine]. Now is it true that all this only happens through an inner image, an inner light, and an inner force that are internally connected with the soul [quod non fit nisi per speciem et lumen et virtutem intrinsecam, intrinsecas animae unitas].
Bonaventura - Itinerarium mentis in Deum, 1259









































The heaventree of stars hung with humid nightblue fruit - jj


 































































































all: ilford multigrade iv, amaloco am 6006 extra varimax, 2009