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Dea est numen femininum, cuius potestas superna vel voluntas divina ad vitam humanam ac praecipue ad terram pertinet. Deae aut immanentes aut transcendentes sunt; id est, aut praesentes et agentes in mundo quem sensuum experientia cognoscere possumus, aut ex naturae ratione minime suspensae ultra mundum materialem soli menti meditanti exsistentes.

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