coercere

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Parum est coercere improbos poena, nisi probos eficias disciplina" (It is no use to force the wicked ones by punishment, if they do not become better in the prison system) - was the slogan written on the gate of the first cell prison, Saint-Michel of Rome, built in 1702.
Ideoque excepto quod ueterum constitutiones a parrociis habere iubent episcopos, alia quae hucusque praesumpta sunt denegentur, hoc est neque in angariis presbyteres aut diacones neque in aliquibus fatigentur indictionibus, he uideamur in ecelesia Del exactores potius quam Del pontifices nominari, li uero clerici, taro locales quam diaecesani, qui se ab episcopo grauari cognouerint, querellas suas ad metropolitanum deferre non differant; qui metropolitanus non moretur eiusmodi praesumptiones districte coercere.
gt;> (Beatitudo non est virtutis praemium, sed ipsa virtutis; nec eadem gaudeamus, quia libidines coercemus; sed contra quia eadem gaudemus, ideo libidines coercere possumus).
The word "coerce" derives from the seventeenth-century Latin word coercere, meaning "to shut up" or "to enclose.