fons turbatus pede, et vena corrupta, est justus cadens coram impio.
“A wheel of domesticity all around I should judge,” laughed fons.
The fons et origo of all the confusions and obscurities of this section are thus traceable to Kants attitude towards formal logic.
The fons errorum in M. Comte's later speculations is this inordinate demand for "unity" and "systematization."
The larger question of the aim of human life is touched on in the "fons Vit."
In short, if we may give credit to history, Lodovico in his own school ranks like Homer among the Greeks, fons ingeniorum.
Iecur fons venarum, the liver as the source of the veins, remained through the centuries the watchword of the Galenic physiology.
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.
In it is a fair city, and beside the city a lofty mountain, at the foot of which is a noble spring called the 'fons Juventutis'.