Perugia, Biblioteca Comunale Augusta, A. XV , cart. XIV-XV, membr. Sevilla, Biblioteca capitular y Colombina, , ff.

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Qui communi At the end of their meeting, only one question remained: consilio datis indutiis et tempore iterum conveniendi what is God? They agreed to take a recess and set a time statuto, singuli de Deo proprias proponerent propositiones to convene again, at which point each would propose his sub definitione, ut ex propriis definitionibus excerptum own position on God in the form of a definition, in order certum aliquid de Deo communi assensu statuerent.

Deus est monas monadem gignens, in se unum 1. God is a unity that generates a unity and bends it back reflectens adorem. Deus est sphaera infinita cuius centrum est ubique, 2. God is a limitless sphere whose center is everywhere circumferentia nusquam. Deus est totus in quolibet sui. God is wholly in whatever is his. Deus est mens orationem generans, continuationem 4. God is a mind that generates a word and maintains their perseverans.

Deus est quo nihil melius excogitari potest. God is that than which nothing better can be thought. Deus est cuius comparatione substantia est accidens, et 6. God is that in comparison with which every substance accidens nihil. Deus est principium sine principio, processus sine 7.

God is a groundless ground, a process unchanging, an variatione, finis sine fine. Deus est amor qui plus habitus magis latet. God is a love that hides the more it is possessed. Deus est cui soli praesens est quidquid cuius temporis 9. God is the only one to whom everything time-bound is est.

Deus est cuius posse non numeratur, cuius esse non God is one whose power is innumerable, whose being clauditur, cuius bonitas non terminatur. Deus est super ens, necesse, solus sibi abundanter, God is beyond being, necessary, the only one sufficienter. Deus est cuius voluntas deificae et potentiae et God is one whose will is equal to his god-making sapientiae adaequatur. Deus est sempiternitas agens in se, sine divisione et God is an eternity that acts within itself without habitu.

Deus est oppositio nihil mediatione entis. God is, by dint of being, the opposite of nothing. Deus est vita cuius via in formam est veritas, in God is a life whose path to formation is truth, to unity unitatem bonitas. Deus est quod solum voces non significant propter God is the only one whom, because of his excellence, excellentiam, nec mentes intelligunt propter words do not signify nor, because of his unlikeness, do dissimilitudinem.

Deus est intellectus sui solum, praedicationem non God is the understanding of himself alone, without recipiens. Deus est sphaera cuius tot sunt circumferentiae quot God is a sphere that has as many circumferences as puncta. Deus est semper movens immobilis. God is immobile, ever moving. Deus est qui solus suo intellectu vivit.

God is the only one who lives by means of his understanding. Deus est tenebra in anima post omnem lucem relicta. God is the darkness in the soul that remains after all light has gone. Deus est ex quo est quidquid est non paritione, per God is that from which everything is what it is, quem est non variatione, in quo est quod est non without him thereby being divided; that through which commixtione. Deus est qui sola ignorantia mente cognoscitur.

God is that which the mind can know only by ignorance. Deus est lux quae fractione non clarescit, transit, sed God is a light that does not shine by means of sola deiformitas in re.

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