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     “For who, after applying himself to things which he sees established in the best order and directed by divine ruling, would not through contemplation and them and through a certain habituation be awakened to that which is best and would not admire the Artificer of all things,    in Whom is all happiness and every good? For the divine psalmist surely did not say gratuitously   that he took pleasure in the workings of God and rejoiced in the works of His hands, unless by means of those things as by some sort of vehicle we are transported to the contemplation of the highest good." 

(Copernicus, 1873, 10-11)  

     God, without whom we can do nothing.

(Copernicus, 12)

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Copernicus, Nicolaus, On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres. Thorn: Societas Copernicana, 1873.

 

 

 

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