God is the only being (Ens); all other things are merely existences.
Yet his fondness for the antithesis of Being and Not-being (Ens and Non-ens) shows that he had not shaken off the spirit of scholastic thought.
Thus ens (being) is more universal than God or the physical universe because it can be predicated of both.
He reconstructs, as he declares, ontology, and begins with the "ideal formula," "the Ens creates ex nihilo the existent."
Civilization is a conditioned mediate tendency to perfection, to which religion is the final completion if carried out; it is the end of the second cycle expressed by the second formula, the Ens redeems existences.
Mathematics.-Intermediaire des mathematic i ens (1894); Bulletin des sciences mathematiques (1896); Revue de mathematiques speciales (1890); Journal de mathematiques pures et appliquees, quarterly.
Thus ended the power of the Hohenstauf ens.
Lorini, La Persia ecoijomica, Rome, 1900, pp. 164169; and Dr Feuvrier, Trois ens fi la cour de Perse, Paris, 1899, ch.
ens website is beyond me.
Then they lost "sci," and had nothing but "ens" ("that schrew, Riches and geir").
They consist of judges, chosen, from among the leading merchants, and elected by comnzer(an.ts patentis depuzs cinq ens, i.e.
The study of comparative pathology, yet in an inchoate stage, and of embryology, illuminated and enlarged biological conceptions, both normal and abnormal; and the ens reale subsistens in corpore disappeared for ever - at any rate from physiology and medicine.
through the country to join the Rhine, and with its tributaries the Rems, Kocher, Jagst, Ens, &c., drains 57% of the kingdom.
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