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1 II. They all rise and fall, etc.] “Omnia orta occidunt, et aucta senescunt.” This is true of things in general, but is here spoken only of the qualities of the body, as De Brosses clearly perceived.
2 Has power over all things] “Habet cuncta.” “"All things are in its power."” Dietsch. “"Sub ditione tenet. So Jupiter, Ov. Met. i. 197: Quum mihi qui fulmen, qui vos habeoque rogoque."” Bernouf. So Aristippus said, Habeo Laidem, non habeor à Laide, ἔχω ὀυκ ἔχομαι. Cic, Epist, ad Fam. ix. 26.
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