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And he said, "Whosoever will acquire and get science, let him never put him in
the governance of a woman." And he saw a woman that made her fresh and gay,
to whom he said, " Thou resemblest the fire ; for the more wood is laid to the fire ...
For this book is not for every rude and uncunning man to see, but to clerks and
very gentlemen that understand gentleness and science. Then I pray all them that
shall read in this little treatise to hold me for excused for the translating of it, for I ...
And also he hath read the nine Muses, and understands their musical sciences,
and to whom of them each science is appropred. I suppose he hath drunken of
Helicon's well. Then I pray him and such others to correct, add, or minish
If perchance there shall be idle talkers, who, though they are ignorant of all
mathematical sciences, nevertheless assume the right to pass judgment on these
things, and if they should dare to criticise and attack this theory of mine DE ...
But the will and science of Nature, are in these words truly expressed by Ficinus :
" Potest ubique Natura, vel per diversa media, vel ex diversis materiis, diversa
facere : sublata vero mediorum materiatumque diversitate, vel uni- cum, vel ...
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