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    • Ars Brevis | Ramon Llull

    Ars Brevis | Ramon Llull

    The Ars Brevis is a shortened version of the Ars, Ramon Llull’s magnum opus. He wrote it so that students starting to study his Art could grasp Llull’s entire system without logical and theological aspects hindering them. In this circular figure, the subject is transformed into predicate and vice versa. The scholar of the Art seeks the natural conjuncti...

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    • Arbor Scientiae | Ramon Llull

    Arbor Scientiae | Ramon Llull

    Arbor scientiae is a compilation of 16 trees, the aim of which is to enable the comprehension of universal knowledge, art and science. It is formed by eigh- teen roots that point to the transcendental principles and those of art and six- teen branches that represent the different fields of science. The book also in- cludes trees that are grouped according ...

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