In this paper is dealt with a problem, ‘is it possible, what in this world say man about God and then can make a correct statement?’, of course not in faithful way, but in philosophical. As the basis we may think above all the concept “similitudo”(likeness) as follows: The first, “nihil itaque alienum a nostro instituto facimus”(we can never do it, which is for us only fremd)(de beryllo c.10). the secound, “cur caelum caelum et terra terra et homo homo, nulla est ratio nisi quia sic voluit, qui fecit”(why the heaven is heaven and the earth is earth and the human is human? Nothing has its existential reason, if that creatures were not caused from the will of the source)(ibid., c.31). For this aspect, we can look at once into Nicholas’ de beryllo, which he wrote in 1458. Just this work aims to thinking about God philosophically, if he said: beryllus is white and transparent stone, “per ipsum videns attingit prius invisibile”, repeatedly ‘through it man can finally look at something, which before has not seen and cognized’. And he proposed, we can apply this visible and physical medium to the invisible and intellectual dimension. If, therefor, we begin through a beryllus(=magnifying glass) on seeing something, which we before have not seen and cognized, then it make us reconsider, that nothing is not nothing, but it's covered only with our ordinary, sensitive and to the material world inclined eyes. So then we will gather ourselves up and see everything newly with our intellectual eyes, which we have accepted already from the Creator. Owing to a likeness of the intellect to that of God we may understand in everything the source of being and knowledge, in other words, God self as "indivisibile omnium principium"(ibid, c.3). If that happens, it may be no trouble, to understand all opposites and the contradictions on earth.
도대체 神에 대해 말해낸다는 것이 그리고 제대로 말해내는 것이 가능할까?’ 이 물음에 대해 본 논문은 理性的으로 해명하고자 애썼던 중세(말기)의 신학자이자 철학자 니콜라우스(Nicolaus Cusanus 1401-1464)의 입장을 그의 작품
다. 요점: “닮음”에 대한 니콜라우스의 이해 ― 그의 다른 작품들과의 함께