n.1.Exaltation of anything beyond truth or propriety.
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and I readily agree [that by the name of God is indicated the Father, (by the name) of Beginning the Son, (by the name) of Spirit of God the Holy Spirit; while by the word 'earth' are indicated the causes of visible (things), by the word 'abyss' those of intelligible (things), and the [super] eminence of the Divine [Nature], that is, the transcendence of the Cause of causes, is intimated by the symbol of superlation or fermentation or fertilization]" (35).