Help! There are the well-known terms sub specie dei, sub specie aeternitatis (Spinoza?). I want to know: how would one correctly write super specie nihil, meaning not "below", from the (above) view of God/eternity, but above "nothingness"?
I am with small Greek and less Latin, so I may not be worthy of substantial reply. But, I want to know what would be the contrary/contrasting idea in Latin to sub specie dei, sub specie aeternitatis? Can someone help me?