At A Loss For Latin wrote:Rhapsody,
Thank you for your response.
Apparently, my difficulty in attempting this on my own was that I was making it more difficult than it had to be. I had "divina natura" as something more along the lines of "The nature of God/Deity" as opposed to the much more literal version you've given.
No wonder it didn't make any sense.
Thank you again.
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At A Loss For Latin wrote:Thanks everyone for the further responses.
So, in addition to Rhapsody's literal translation, would it be correct for me to assume that a different, but equally correct translation might be:
It is in the nature of God to give us fields, it is the art of Humanity to build cities
On a purely discussional philosophical tangent, can someone give me insight on how it is possible to draw parallels between the Nature of God and the Art of Humanity?
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