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eminence

Anatomy a projection of an organ or part

Eminence

, Eminency
a title used to address or refer to a cardinal
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Knowledge of God in this life is acquired in three ways, through negation, eminence, and causality (fit tripliciter, scilicet ablatione, eminentia et causa), (81) and here Eckhart follows the order of Dionysius.
These are: a) intraarticular narrowing, b) flattening in the femoral condyle, c) eminentia in the femoral condyle [1].
La frase que individualiza al Humanismo esta recogida por Juan de Salisbury y le pertenece a su agrafo maestro, Bernardo de Chartres: "Dicebat Bernardus Carnotensis nos esse quasi nanos gigantium humeris insidentes, ut possimus plura eis et remotiora videre, non utique proprii visus acumine, aut eminentia corporis, sed quia in altum subvehimur et extollimur magnitudine gigantea" (60) Este enunciado no habla tan solo de descristianizar la cultura pagana, sino de integrarla, con su peculiaridad, en el cristianismo.