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Image from page 488 of “The Catholic encyclopedia (Volume 2); an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline and history of the Catholic Church” (1907)
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Title: The Catholic encyclopedia (Volume 2); an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline and history of the Catholic Church
Year: 1907 (1900s)
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Subjects: Catholic Church Theology Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: New York, R. Appleton
Contributing Library: Emory University, Pitts Theology Library
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ation and deposition of Henry IV,which to Galileans and Protestants seemed offen-sive. -Although full justice can scarcely be done to thevirtuous life and the fatherly zeal for the interestsof religion of Benedict, his pontificate lost much ofits lustre because of his misplaced confidence inCardinal Nicolo Coscia, who had been his coadjutorat Benevcnto. The pope was ignorant of the pecula-tions and venality of his favourite, whose greed didmuch to dimini.sh the prestige of the Holy See, andagainst whom a popular uprising took place on thepopes death, resulting in a ten years imprisonmentfor this unworthy cardinal. Benedicts theologicalwritings were published in three volumes (Ravenna,172S1. yuETlF-EcHARD, Script. Ord. Prod., I, SI 4; Cavaliehi,Gallena de sommi pontefict, Patriarchi . . . deW O. P. (Bene-venti., 1690), I. 668; Pittoni, Vita del sommo fo-nlcfice Bene-detto Mil (Venice, 1730); Borgia, Benedicti XIII nla (Rome,1752); GuARNACci, Hiat. pontif. roman., I, 39, II, 409 sqq •

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Arms of BenedictXIV &ANDINI, T ilir pontil. roman. (Rome, 1703); r.RONE, Papatae-schlchtt (Ratisbon, 1875); .Sextis, Die Mowirrhin Simla(Freiburg, 1869), 15.9 sqq.; .Vrtaud de JIontor, Historu ofthe Roman Pontiffs (New York, 1867), II. Patrick J. Healy. Benedict XIV (Prospero Lorenzo Laiibertini)son of Marcello Lambertini and Lucretia Bulgarinib. at Bologna 31 March, 1675; d. 3 May, 1758. Hisearly education was received from tutors. At the ageof thirteen he went to the Collegium Clementinum TnRome where he studied rhet-oric, philosophy, and theology.St. Thomas Aquinas was hisfavourite author, but the bentof his own mind was towardshistorical and legal studies inAAhich latter he excelled, aswell in civil as in ecclesiasticallaw. In 1694, though onlynineteen, he received the degreeof Doctor of Theology and Doc-tor Uiriusque Juris (canon andcivil law). On the death ofInnocent XII he was made con-sistorial advocate by ClementXI, and shortly afterwardsCoiisultor of the Holy Office. In

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Title: Lehrbuch der experimentellen Psychologie
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Fröbes, Joseph, 1866-
Subjects: Psychology, Experimental and physiological
Publisher: Freiburg im Breisgau, Herder
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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¤hlichauch wieder ungesättigter, bis bei sehr groÃer Intensität Cder Farbenton ganz ausfällt. Von da an hegt die Kurveganz auf der Graulinie. Hätte man von Anfang an demGelb Grau beigemischt, so erhielte man eine andere Kurve,die den Anfangspunkt A gemeinsam hätte, deren Sättigungs-maximum B aber weniger gesättigt wäre als B. Manche Schwierigkeiten beruhen auf dem Vorurteil, daÃman durch bloÃe Ãnderung der Lichtstärke alle Empfindungendieses Tones müsse erzeugen können. Daher die Verlegen-heit Bruches, wie man Braun erhalte. Man muà dafür dasübrige Gesichtsfeld mit Weià erfüllen, so daà durch Kontrastdas Rot mit Schwarz verhüllt wird. Braun liegt in unsererFigur unter dem Ast AB, nicht auf der Kurve. Ebensoliegen manche besonders gesättigte, leuchtende Farben überdem Ast BC; sie besitzen zugleich groÃe Helligkeit und Sätti- fg+ 8- Wfagjgkait des Far- ] d o o bentones von der Reizstarke, gung, was eine besondere Adaptation des Auges voraussetzt. nach muebrana.

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§ 4. Die Gesetze der Farbenmischung;. 1. Die Methodik. Eine brauchbare Farbenmischung kommt so zustande,daà verschiedene Farben auf dieselbe Netzhautstelle wirken, entweder durch optischeHilfsmittel, oder durch schnelle Folge, oder durch so enge räumliche Nebeneinander-lagerung, daà die Verschiedenheit nicht mehr bemerkbar ist. Zur optischen Ver-einigung gehört die Lambert sehe Methode: eine Glasplatte ist so aufgestellt,daà eine hinter ihr liegende Farbe durch sie hindurch, eine andere, davorliegendedurch Spiegelung am Glas wahrgenommen wird; die beiden Strahlen überdecken sichdann im Auge und liefern die gesuchte Mischung. Das Verhältnis beider Lichter läÃtsich ändern, indem man den Blick mehr oder weniger schräg gegen das Glas richtet,wodurch entweder das durchgehende oder das gespiegelte Licht begünstigt wird. Das bequemste und gewöhnlichste Verfahren ist das des Farbenkreisels. Zweioder mehr Farbenkreise mit geschlitztem Halbmesser sind so ineinander gesteckt. daÃ

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British Library digitised image from page 157 of “Die Hochgebirge der Erde … Mit Titelbild in Farbendruck, 148 Abbildungen und 15 Karten”
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Title: "Die Hochgebirge der Erde … Mit Titelbild in Farbendruck, 148 Abbildungen und 15 Karten"
Author(s): Lendenfeld, Robert von [person]
British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 010026.i.11"
Page: 157 (scanned page number – not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)
Place of publication: Nebenjob Freiburg
Date of publication: 1899
Type of resource: Monograph
Language(s): German
Physical description: xiii, 531 pages (8°)

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