When the proofs of facts are present, what need is there of words? 2 Bulst 53.
What is CUM ADSUNT TESTIMONIA RERUM, QUID OPUS EST VERBIS?
- AD RECTE DOCENDUM OPORTET, PRIMUM IN- QUIRERE NOMINA, QUIA RERUM COGNITIO A NOMINIBUS RERUM DEPENDET
- IN TOTIDEM VERBIS
- TOTIDEM VERBIS
- IPSISSIMIS VERBIS
- NOVUM OPUS
- DEBILE F MIDAMENTUM FALLIT OPUS
- BREVE ITA DICITNR, QUIA REM DE QUA AGITNR, ET INTENTIONEM PETENTIS, PANELS VERBIS BREVITER ENARRAT
- JUS RERUM
- IN RERUM NATURA
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