divisim

divisim

(dɪˈviːsɪm)
adv
separately
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Ex quibus haud subobscure nobis constat 'agere per modum libertatis seu libere' et 'agere per modum naturae seu naturaliter', eo usque dividere principium activum, ut nullo prorsus modo, eodem principio etiam respectu diversarum operationum cohaerere possint; habent se enim, vel instar differentiarum genus dividentium, vel instar modorum intrinsecorum, verbi gratia, finiti et infiniti, ens transcendentissime supervolans ad se divisim contrahentium.
99) This is the explanation that Thomas gives of the non-univocity of the names said in common of God and creatures: "[O]mnes rerum perfectiones, quae sunt in rebus creatis divisim et multipliciter, in Deo praeexistunt unite.
We should undoubtedly accept Gesenius' correction to [Greek Text Omitted],(42) or rather [Greek Text Omitted] divisim, since Philo knew that these were two Semitic words, [Greek Text Omitted], meaning, as he says, 'Watchers of the Sky'.