scientia est potentia
[skee-en-tee-ah est poh-ten-tee-ah; English see-en-shee-uh est poh-ten-shee-uh]
- knowledge is power.
Also sci·en·ti·a po·ten·ti·a est.
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There is a section of this work which bears the title "Scientia Experimentalis."Old-Time Makers of Medicine
James J. Walsh
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.
For Scientia (affirmeth hee) is the onelye immortall storehouse of all possessions.The Palace of Pleasure
Scientia unionis, and soe Christ onely knowes himselfe to be the Sonne of God.