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              eſſe ordo ille ſecundus: ſed nos loquimur de primo. </s>
              <s id="id004556">Et ideò anima
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              noſtra ob materiæ coniunctionem appetit ordinem, & lætatur in
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              eo ut inueniat finem in rebus, uelut in multis proprietatibus nume
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              rorum eſt manifeſtum. </s>
              <s id="id004557">Potentia enim eſt cauſa imaginandi infini­
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              tum, quia ſemper ultra aliquid eſſe poſſe putamus, eſt igitur poten­
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              tia actus imperfectus. </s>
              <s id="id004558">Anima ergo noſtra conuerſa eſt à Deo, res
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              poſt ſe in quibus inuenit potentia imperfectionem
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              pericu­
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              lum & infinitum ad deſperationem tandem, quod quilibet uidere
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              poterit, qui ſe à diuinis auerterit: quantò enim plura habet, plura
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              deſunt. </s>
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                <expan abbr="Multiplicẽtur">Multiplicentur</expan>
              filij, opes, honores, nil niſi laborem & anxie­
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              tatem aucta inuenies. </s>
              <s id="id004560">Quomodo autem quod infinitum non eſt,
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              infinitam faciat potentiam? </s>
              <s id="id004561">uides in repræſentatione Solis quę infi
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              nita eſſet, ſi cœlum eſſet infinitum. </s>
              <s id="id004562">Dubitatione autem dignum eſ­
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              ſet, an ſi cœlum infinitum eſſet ubique Sol illuminaret: ſeu quia quæ­
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              ſitum nullum ſit, uiſit de eo quod non eſt, nihil autem non eſſe po­
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              teſt, aut quod non poſſet, quoniam uirtus corporea eſt. </s>
              <s id="id004563">Corporeo
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              autem omni finem ad eſſe neceſſe eſt. </s>
              <s id="id004564">Hanc nouitatem ergo alij tri­
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              pudium, alij muſicam & ſonum cœleſtem interpretati ſunt.</s>
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              o
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              ^{m}.</s>
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              <s id="id004566">Manifeſtum eſt igitur ſubſtantiam incorporei mundi, eſſe in
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              quadam mutatione perpetua ordinis, & ſine motu, tempore & lo­
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              co: unde amor & uoluptas mutua, & totum unum, ſicut anima cum
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              cognoſcit Deum, & cum cognoſcit cœlum deſcendit, & fit alia or­
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              dine. </s>
              <s id="id004567">Et hæc beatitudo in mundo illo eſt tanta, ut in com­
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              parabilis ſit noſtræ, quæ eſt umbra eius, etiam
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              quando eſt & pura, etiam ſi eſſet per­
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              petua. </s>
              <s id="id004568">Igitur hic finis no­
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              ſter Diuinę naturæ
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              & libri.</s>
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              <s id="id004570">LIBRI DE PROPORTIONI­
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              BVS FINIS.</s>
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