The fons et origo of all the confusions and obscurities of this section are thus traceable to Kants attitude towards formal logic.
Darwin, who is really the fons et origo of the present agitation, is hardly more than a name to the outer world.
Genius explains all sublime achievements and genius is, so to speak, its own fons et origo.
He set a roof over the precious spot, and so this spring became the fons et origo of modern Harrogate.
She, after all, was the fons et origo mali to the house of Jehoram.
Civilization is therefore the fons et origo mali and should be done away with.
“I think she is the fons et origo of all that has occurred,” said the friar.
And to estimate this fairly we must turn again to the past, to the fons et origo of our power.
The difference only rests on the question whether vitalized or non-vitalized matter is the fons et origo mali.
Her symptoms all pointed to the nervous system as the fons et origo mali.