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According to Iustitia Est Fundamentum, a nongovernment organization, the prisoners are unhappy with a ban for their children to attend long-duration meetings, restrictions on shopping and number of items allowed at penal institutions as well as restrictions on smoking.
New institutions were created, notably the Pontifical Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian Unity (in 1960), the Secretariat for Non-Christians, the Secretariat for Non-Believers, the Council for the Laity, and the Commission Iustitia et Pax.
Voltaire would surely have been pleased by the coin's motto: iustitia et dementia.
The cut, or diremption between a constituted and constituting power, the abyss between an established order and a new order, is the pivotal issue of fetishized law--a law that has become "for life" unchanging and unchanging, which commands that it be fulfilled, even if the world should perish: "Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus.
Thus, Machiavelli's The Prince (1513) and Bodin's The Six Bookes of a Commonweale (1576), or Kant's Project for a Perpetual Peace (1796) and Hegel's Philosophy of Right (1821) are far more familiar to the English-speaking world than Francisco de Vitoria's Relectiones Theologicae (1557), (2) Domingo de Soto's De Iustitia et Iure (1554), or Francisco Suarez's De Legibus (1612).
I pointed out how Astraea represents the Iustitia that is an essential element for the happiness of man and how the Siren's lascivious and seductive powers, characterized as cupiditas, a widespread obsession with the things of this earth, represent the nemesis of justice and the most pernicious sin of man.
De iustitia et iure (1) published by Leonardus Lessius [1554-1623] in 1605 was the first theological work cited in Ceccarelli's anthology of theological and canonical thought on insurance, to explicitly recognize an individual's ability to affect future events.
The semantic connection between iustitia and iustificatio is fundamental to the doctrine of justification, and whether God is considered "righteous" or "just" is a crucial dividing line in the debate over whether justification is imputed or imparted.
In his essay on morality and politics, he embraced the maxim, Fiat iustitia, pereat mundus (Let justice be done, even if the world perish)--that is, justice at any price.
Diego Alonso-Lasheras' revised dissertation examines Luis de Molina (1535-1600) as a moral theologian through a study of the economic teaching in the Jesuit theologian's De iustitia et iure.
Depois de sua publicacao, comecou a se desenvolver um debate real tambem sobre a conversao dos escravos africanos, a partir do exame meticuloso que outro jesuita, Luis de Molina, dedicou-lhe no livro I de seu De iustitia et iure (1593).
The nearly one hundred documenti (delivered by the figura docens) are organized according to twelve allegorical female characters: Docilitas, Industria, Constantia, Discretio, Patientia, Spes, Prudentia, Gloria, Iustitia, Innocentia, Gratitudo and Etternitas.