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Bernard saith, non est jam dicere, ut populus sic sacerdos; quia nec sic populus ut sacerdos.
Nous soutenons que l'activisme juridique implique toujours une activite qui surmonte le controle judiciaire et l'interpretation (le ius dicere et non pas le ius dare), quel que soit son resultat.
Non profecto ferrem, neque ipsum fero quod sic dixit neque fero quod ullam viro qui sic dicere potuerat autoritatem tribuendam esse arbitraris [.
23: "Nec satis est dicere formis attribui efficientiam quia ab illis manant qualitates, per quas solas exercent omnes actiones suas, quia, ut supra dicebamus, haec non est propria et per se efficientia, sed tantum remota et radicalis; nam actio quae immediate oritur a sola forma accidentali a sola etiam illa per se essentialiter pendet tamquam a principio proximo, ut omittam concursum causae universalis.
Further, as Augustine explains, that which is already within you, conceived within your heart, which your memory retains, is prepared by your will and lives in your intellect "hoc ipsum quod vis dicere, iam corde conceptum est, tenetur memoria paratur voluntate, vivit in intellectu.
Freevill's indictment against Franceschina, "In nova fert animus mutatas dicere formas
Possis tu tamen et amussim dicere, filum scilicet illud fabrorum, quod oblinitur rubrica; valet ergo in eos proverbium, qui sine discrimine dicunt aliquid, aut faciunt, ut autem recte dixerimus haberi odio malos omnis sine discrimine, sic rursus et amari bonos.
Augustine therefore said, Audent etiam foeneratores dicere, Non habeo aliud unde vivam, and so forth:
Old Greek deiknumi means 'to show', Baltic *teig-, Germanic *tix-a- with its derivation 'to talk' in English, Latin dicere for 'to say' and dictare for 'to say repetitively', index for 'indicator', and iudex for 'judge'.
Formalists applied the declaratory theory literally so that the judicial function became constitutionally defined by the maxim jus dicere et non jus dare--expound the law and do not make it.
114) Dicere and dicare, (115) from the same Greek root, deik (show, indicate), are, thus, the two main activities that allow the development of law (ius).
In nova fert animus mutates dicere formas corpora" ("My mind is bent to tell of forms changed into new bodies").