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It originated from a holy man, the monk Alcuin, who advised Charlemagne, 'nec audiendi qui solent dicere, vox populi, vox Dei, quum tumultuositas vulgi semper insaniae proxima sit,' meaning, And those people should not be listened to who keep on saying, 'The voice of the people is the voice of God,' since the riotousness of the crowd is always very close to madness.
reque conperta, iubetur Mauortius, tuncpraefectuspraetorio, uir sublimis constantiae, crimen acri inquisitione spectare, iuncto ad audiendi societatem Vrsulo (largitionum comite) seueritatis itidem non inprobandae.
dicit ipse, aliquo modo innuendum esse praeceptum audiendi sacrum gravius esse quam praeceptum abstinendi ab opere>> (Communicationes 35 [2003] 122).
lt;<Sicut in illis ubi Nilus ab illa, quae Catapulta nominatur, praecipitat ex altissimis montibus, ea gens, quae illum locum accolit, propter magnitudinem sonitus sensu audiendi caret>> [Cic.
65v: "Et quoniam stoici magnum quiddam in philosophia mihi profiteri visi sunt, ii primi quid sentiant, audiendi sint, qui sequentes communis notiones bonum utilitatem esse definiunt, aut non aliud ab utilitate.
Es muy significativo el grabado de portada de Lo somni de Johan Johan de Jaume Gazull (Valencia, 1497), donde se ve al profesor universitario en el aula, y una filacteria que sale de su boca con la leyenda qui habet aures audiendi audiat, mientras los alumnos y el profesor miran a sus libros [ver Ilustracion no.
37, 186, 61-3: "nec enim assuetudine audiendi contrarium, nec ex aliquibus rationibus sophisticis potest aliquis induci ad credendum illud quod videt album non esse album.
One suspects that ultimately it all comes down to 'Qui aures habet audiendi, audiat.
QHVSB (replaced in VSB immediately before audiendi; H has audiendi sunt); 55 parantur QGVSB; 88 cum evitare [QGH.
In his De arte audiendi confessiones he admonishes that no one should be treated harshly, no matter what the penitent confesses.
The answer to this dichotomy can be found in Plutarch's De audiendis poetis, an argument reprised from Kirichenko 2007, where Plutarch allows for a much wider set of literature to be useful for the philosopher.