Receptus

RECEPTUS, civil law. The name sometimes given to an arbitrator, because he had been received or chosen to settle the differences between the parties. Dig. 4, 8 Code, 2, 56.

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See Sheehan's comment that "The Enlightenment Bible was delivered, in Germany, by those committed to transforming, not preserving, the textus receptus .
He spends eternity poring over the image reflected in the waters of the Styx: Postquam est inferna receptus, | in Stygia spectabat (24) aqua (505).
trukumai 1 Nepriimtinai didelis skaicius kompaniju, isvardytu vadybos receptu knygose, galiausiai suzlugo 2 Kai kurios is tu kompaniju naudojamos kaip igyvendinimo modeliai, siekiant pateisinti visiskai skirtingus receptus 3 Receptuose visiskai nekalbama apie likutinius veiksnius ar nepaaiskinamus dalykus 4 Receptai rodo idealia koreliacija tarp receptu ir sekmes, nors kitaip pramanyta 5 Nepateikiama jokiu irodymu, kurie pateisintu isgalvota priezasties ir padarinio santyki tarp recepto ir sekmes 6 Nesiimama nei nematomu, nei netgi matomu daugelio sekmingai dirbusiu kompaniju problemu 7 Uzvaldo vadinamoji aureoles efekto apgaule 8 Geriausia praktika sunku, o kartais tiesiog neimanoma transformuoti is vienos kompanijos i kita Saltinis: sudaryta autoriu pagal Anderson et al.
Todel, kad per daug zmoniu moka improvizuoti ir kurti maisto ruosimo receptus ir didesne nauda visuomene gauna keisdamasi patirtimi bei skatindama visuotini kurybiskuma, nei saugodama turtines atskiru receptu kureju teises.
The concept of a critical edition, as opposed to the earlier one of the textus receptus, is commonly associated with the name of Karl Lachmann (1793-1851), who applied it to the text of the New Testament (1831) and, especially, in his edition of Lucretius (1850).
His ax is sharp and his blows are relentless against the cultural textus receptus.
It was not until Erasmus translated the Christian scriptures into Latin for his publication of the Textus Receptus of the Greek scriptures in 1516 that the notion of "authority" was introduced into this verse.
Likely produced between the tenth and fifteenth centuries and finally printed in 1633 by the brothers Bonaventure and Abraham Elzivir of the Netherlands, the Textus Receptus, which underlies the modern King James version (KJV, 1611), consists of an amalgam of the Byzantine family of texts.
32) Opposition on behalf of an ecclesiology more in line with Vatican I, subse quent papal teaching, and Mystici Corporis reappeared in debates on the textus receptus following Paul VI's address on September 29, 1963.
The Textus Receptus used in the Middle Ages included the books of the Greek translation, such as Baruch or the Books of Maccabees: at the Reformation, these were excluded by the Reformers, despite their undoubted antiquity.
The general picture that emerges is that of Bussi's edition as the dominant influence on the formation of the textus receptus, at the same time, however, there was a considerable amount of contamination which resulted from the frequent adoption of uncommon readings found in other printed editions or manuscripts.
The textus receptus of the Quartet, the Faber and Faber editions, has clearly never received anything like adequate editing or proof-reading.