Terminatology: end of logic

Adaptation: to become suitable
Suitable: right for the purpose
Purpose: intended, determined result
Determination: firmness of purpose
Firmness: established, not easily changed

Arrogance: an exaggerated feeling of one’s superiority

Ignorants: those who ignore knowledge
Individual: nondividable
Divided: ignorant individual

Ad-opt: to mimic
Ab-solute: non solvable
Ex-tract: expel from system
Tractate = disambiguation: making something clear

Icon: image with a reference to form
Index: pointing attention
Symbol: agreed relation (unknown source)

Thesis: Thesis, Thasos (weight, measure)
Sacra: secret, sacrifice, sacrum, hidden meaning

information: in-form=non-form, without shape, formless

Sutra: aphorism (collection of methods, rituals, prayers to conceive higher reality)
Paradox: beyond proof

Scientia & sapientia
Augustine distinguished between scientia (knowledge perceived from the external world through the senses) and sapientia (knowledge, or wisdom, concerned with eternal reality). Augustine understood knowledge (scientia) and wisdom (sapientia) as ‘separate instruments for learning God’.

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