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Art of Memory

Art of Memory

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MEMORY ARTGiordano BrunoI.Think of ideas to live under the shadow Tvnc art, either at torpentem antecedendo by anxiety about the nature, or turning aside pathless and leads and directs,or deficient lassámque; strengthens and supports, or corrects the erring, or perfect it follows, and emulatur industry.2.There is indeed an art of this kind of things in general discursiua pursue architecture, and a habit of the soul reasons, from that which is the beginning of life of the world, to himself all things, and each exporrigens of life principle.And himself as no one branch of the powers, relying on a kind of rushed out, nor of a special faculty, but the very essence of the whole stem vtpoté who dwelt amongst the very soul of the whole. I suppose is from the fact that it is not said: 'If you lived in that mention of safety depended on the power: how pour forthfrom the intellect? if in the understanding of: how é memory, sense, and appetitesend? Moreover, by the very regulated and directed, in order to understand, discursively, memorable, phantasiandum, desire, and sometimes as we wish to think.3.But, however, this which, in general, and to all the individual functions of the soul it is reported, what sort it is, and how: it is not enough open, required. n. What is put on the art of which the soul? put on by what art the art of thesoul? Then there are the art which is generally agreed that to call the motherof the technical nature of much frequented from the acts, strives to render himself entirely ignorant of?4.Not to say, many will be allowed to the arts than the art of organic there said, as most of the workmen used organ, though their art is not the organ, but by an organ prosequuta? Not to say that although the art, which constructs the instrument of the arts? what. n. will be if it is not an art? Besides, if the organ which ought to have preceded the other is not artificially made, Explain to me the nature of art, which should have been precessisse art? As for the agent in a subject in which the art of organic præxtitit? All the above was no doubt in it, that the physical. It was formed in a certain position of the first assumption deminationis intimate organ. But if the essence of the first commonly phylosophantigives a name to please or by an extrinsic form of the thing to let it go; artificial Because not unusual for a reason to lay down in the form of an extrinsic,since art does not matter in the innermost profundet. But here is distant from our intention, so as not to intolligat.V.But if this is better as a philosophical Point: it must be said is that which first is the art of nothing else; lacultas connate than the nature of reason, with the seeds of first principles, which has the power, with which the objects asdifferent on the outside illectentur allurements, and from the agent intellect as the sun shone illustrated through the medium of the stars as it were, and fromeverlasting ideas receive the concurrence of the influx of so long as the greatest by the best all foecundante to act, according to their ability to obtain their proper purpose, and ordered in it. From which it is manifested we do not rashly dedalam the nature of the fountain of all the arts, and will speak of the substance.
 
6.Considering, therefore, the intention for which we may be able to be expressed,in some excel in the art of nature, from that other overcome in the same. Id. n. where in the acts of nature can be the least of the more remote and certain reasons for the higher degree, more than in the relatives shall look to show. Perpetuate itself in the same species is said to have a substantial form, which is not valid according to the number perpetuasse the same: in which the faculty of art is not extended. An extrinsic form is made, and the figure of the great inuentoris nails; is committed by the art of hard stone, or adamanti. Likewise, conditions, act, and the name of the remembrance of, and committed to perpetuating cogitatiuæ objects, although this could not have been to retain the nature of: matter, since the stomach quickly tossed to and fro all digests.7.But whence the faculty of art, I say these things? namely where it thrives thence wit. Wit of which it is our neighbor? of man. But man with all his resourceshe emanauit whereupon the first? indeed, from the nature of woman in labor. Therefore intueberis if he thought that from the beginning, and from the very root of this tree you want transplantandam Tear to the nature of worship, and recognition followed. This, indeed, crying out against with compassion, clamantíque the beginning, to whom we are timiús illustrated in mind the fact. Nature is the minds that invent these bodies; nature of the soul supplies appropriate instruments. (Whereupon, Pythagoras, and the wits of the Magi, life, soul, and said to deprehendisse species from the form of the body). The very nature of for you (unless auertaris) will be here in all: Universal. n. accordance with the word it is not contracted to us the nature of the less officious, over all, it rained for Jupiter, plants, and over the plants all kind arises Apollo. But not all equal then admitted from upon life, not the equally with all the things to convert them, as itis very evident from their fellowship among us who diuellimur by ourselves.8.Since, therefore, every possible nature of the blind, siuo before the natural things, or in natural, or by natural, so understand from the natural action of all go out by the same nature as not act ignorant. Distinguish however, an agent from the natural position of the common philosophy; not. n. deny. I swear that Ihave admitted to me: so to be distinguished, as the organ of the operator is distinguished by the operator; as the mean from the issues, from the arm exagitante.9.For this reason, we, though least harnessed to understand the common nature ofphilosophy with the name of matter, forms of adstrinxerit: efficient but also with the principle of intrinsic recognouerit; or is common to all, or the suppositum this, or to this was the contract. More willing to speak in unlearned is whywe hear, when the man's nature, compare with the nature of man: it is not. n. Universal as logical, although its likeness is to apprehend or to nature, but as aphysical, which is then in all things, then to the individual contract.X.This is the past and that the absence of sensible things mediately: it makes the presence of, and conspicuous: on the one hand engraving by a vision, sensible,and a picture: the derivative truth the words flowing, and as it were to nothing prodeuntia; stable, and renders fixáque by writing. In addition, and the conceptof, and the intentions of silence comunicabile hand to hand, transmits from the
 
less to all the places, and times.11.Or that the book of fate, without necessity, or good, without demourgon, without the soul of the world, accustomed to call without nature: from imperfection toperfection, these be communicated to the lower: the movement of proceeds and ata moment, that in all and each one is the same principle. Hence the progress ofthe same series and is said to create an art, than the hand of leads. Therefore(as it looks to the point of our intention) to have written the first bark of the trees with knives in the oldness. Greater age and was succeeded by the Celtsin the stones excauatis inscribens: How will hedge up paper followed juices aredrawn up. Hence the membrane of parchment with ink dipped more artificial. Accordingly, the paper and inhaustum, SPEAK BEFORE vsum most of uttering in the mostsuitable of the letter. From places of worship, I say to the style, from the still at sponges, from sponges to the reeds from the branches to the wings from thewings to the molten elements at length reached. Like in the things which seem to pertain to the writing, an internal think happened: from ancient times when human effort without a MUSICAL Simonides, or received from another beginning: andshe places, and images of proportionals the paper and the Scriptures, and act cogitatiuæ and imagination, the place of the reed down deeper and writer : the species of things to inscribe the book to be remembered in the internal studied. Whatof zeal and of these, and simply add as much as: the graves of those who are with theirs, our these things will be able to contribute, be judgment. Now that they do for our enter upon practice.12.You have great nails in the book of clothing the twelve subjects. The form, theforms, images, Photos, specters, the patterns, steps, proofs, signs, known to,characters, and seal. Some of which are referred to the eye because of the sensible (figurante art or nature, without the aforesaid) such as the extrinsic form,the Image. A copy of which by the picture, and other arts figuratiuas emulatricos describe a magician, mother, and described.A certain in which they are referred to the internal sense of boast, protelantur, and multiplied, or in measure, duration, and number of men offer themselves as are the things that pollution of the imaginative faculty. A certain likeness are the things that they are present in the same point: that vtpoté eiusdein kind from the form, substance and extract a copy of the same species. A certain fall short of the substance of a particular purpose, as is clear in all matters in which begs a real sophist, and art is universally emulatrix by nature. But others seem so appropriated art: the same as in the support may be seen at all natural:these are the signs, Note, characters, and Sygilli: in which only can be as maybe seen to act contrary to nature, above nature, and if negotiun requires it, contrary to nature.13.Where these occur to render figures and photos can not be, being in the imaginary, or figurabilium kind of do not and are living. They are also without. n. accidents pulsari accustomed to the senses that those to whom doors are closed: they lack the difference of the parties, and disposition, without which what goes before, effigiantis act does not succeed. Some go in the midst of having themselves on one side of these kind of way: namely, those which have reference in a certain way, and they are referred: such as the indications. For we declare not only efficiabilia, imaginable, and exemplificabilia and again examples, images, andin effigy, but also that seals, marks, and express the characters, and are expressed. This enumeration has taken indications are not without reason is why themiddle of the place;

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