Consilii

Consilii, non fraudulenti, nulla est obligatio. Advice, unless fraudulent, does not create an obligation.

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13) "Ecclesia simul via est et scopus consilii Dei: in creatione praefigurata, in Vetere Foedere praeparata," in Catechism of the Catholic Church, E.
In concret, propuneau desfiintarea subprefectilor, investirea comunelor si judetelor cu "plenitudinea atributiunilor administrative locale", cu drept de interventie a statului numai in chestiunile vizand interese general prevazute de lege, alegerea primarilor de catre consilii, dizolvarea consiliilor, revocarea primarilor si a membrilor comitetelor permanente numai pe baza hotararilor judecatoresti etc.
353; on Naples, Matthaeus Afflictis, Decisiones Sacri Regii Consilii Neapolitani (Venice edn, 1575), dec.
32) After his return from Genoa, his "Liber consolationis et consilii," best known in English to Chaucer scholars in the version known as the "Tale of Melibee," focuses on the problem of securing peace in the commune and, most particularly, on the vendetta as a source of conflict.
82: "Non caritudo pecuniarum, sed rationis atque consilii paupertatem efficit.
Quod igitur evenire solet in angusto multa serentibus, ut impediant se sara concursu, idem tibi contingit, ut in animo nimis occupato nil utile radices agat, nichilque fructiferum coalescat; tuque inops consilii modo huc modo illuc mira fluctuatione volvaris, nusquam integer, nusquam totus.
In particular, Nuccio notes, it was Thomas Sundby, in his introduction to the Liber Consolationis et Consilii, who subdivided the life of the Brescian jurist into two periods: the first, which did not last past 1238, during which Albertanus was involved in intense public activity, and the second, which went from 1238 to 1250-1253, characterized by a vivacious literary production.
Chaucer's Melibee is in fact a close translation of a French translation of Albertanus of Brescia's Liber consolationis et consilii, close enough that such a disclaimer would not seem necessary for anyone who happens to know the French source.
Chapter iv clarifies in a new way the best known work of Albertanus, the Liber de consolationis et consilii (or Melibeus and Prudentia), which is presented as a dramatic example of individual conflicts, local vendettas, and causes of factionalism.
Variabila tipul organizatiei publice masoara proportia de functionari dintre cei carora li s-a aplicat chestionarul care sunt angajati ai administratiei publice, centrale, locale, servicii publice deconcentrate, consilii si primarii (o cercetare care a surprins diferentele dintre perceptiile angajatilor publici luand in calcul, printre multe altele, si criteriul tipul institutiei este cea intreprinsa de Kutsal Yesilkagit si Sandra van Thiel in 2008).
Adjecit etiam de illa Maria quod frequenter concurrentibus earum raptibus mutuo se videbant, et quod optime cognoscebat eamdem, dicens quod illa erat sapientissima puella et quod ipsa habebat spiritum sapientiae et consilii.
1) "Ut viros producant consilii maturitate perspicuos, virtutum, redimitos ornatibus ac diversarum facultatum dogmatibus eruditos, sitque ibi scientiarum fons irriguis de cuius plentitudine havriant universi litterarum cupientes imbui documentis.