The activa embraces Ethics and mechanics; the scientia sermocinalis embraces grammar, logic, and rhetoric.
Be learned; scientia conscienti rather then scientia experienci.
Indeed the etymology of scientia, which he cites from Scaliger, p. 370, is quite as singular as any in the Kratylus.
scientia nihil aliud est quam veritatis imago—Science is but an image of the truth.
Logic has always made high claims as the scientia scientiarum, the science of sciences.
God knows them in himself by the knowledge of vision, scientia visionis, and sees them in himself as in a mirror.
For scientia (affirmeth hee) is the onelye immortall storehouse of all possessions.
Hieronymus litterarum Illyricarum inventor.On the cornice of the presses:(a) scientia inflat charitas vero ædificat.
If they allow that the art militates against faith, surely they deem it not to be science (scientia).
scientia qu est remota justitia, calliditas potium quam sapientia appellanda est.