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proceed or issue forth, as from a source

give out (breath or an odor)

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Other suggestive divergences from the OP include the fact that in the definition of attribute (E1D4), the scribe apparently wrote and erased format following id, quod intellectus de substania before writing percepit, which may be relevant for the debate between subjective and objective interpretations of the attributes; the fact that the demonstration of E1P5 refers to E1D3 and E1A6 in place of the OPs E1D3 and E1D6, which may entail a somewhat different line of argument for this proposition; and the fact that the VMS has a causis externis fiunt where the OP has a causis externis fluunt in the scholium of E1P11, which may be relevant for the question of whether Spinoza adopted an emanative view of divine causation.
19) It is the terminology of light that informs most of the discussions of the emanative processes, both in the texts of Israeli, and that of his disciple, Dunash ibn Tamim and in their Neoplatonic sources in their original and in their Arabic versions.
Victress," followed in turn by "To the leaven'd Soil they trod," where the poet emerges from his tent "To the fiery fields emanative, and the endless vistas beyond--to the south and the north," all "to peace restored.
Newton apparently considered God substantially present in the natural world because space and time are emanative effects of God's existence.
Ibn Sina produced a comprehensive emanative scheme that was expanded to explain prophecy, as part of religious philosophy.