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Coepit enim Jesus facere et docere (Acts 1:1), sacerdotibus relinquens exemplum, ut sequantur vestigia ejus, qui peccatum non fecit, ut sit honestas in conversatione: Nec inventus est dolus in ore ejus (1 Pt 2:21-22), ut sit veritas in praedicatione.
His award-winning and much-translated novels and story collections are renowned for their engaging grace, vividness, and direct, usually autobiographical engagement with the history of Greece, turning Zei's fiction into a true docere et delectare feat.
Foucault's Pendulum and The Prague Cemetery are perfect illustrations of Eco's remarkable art of docere et delectare applied in engaging narratives full of ideas that force the reader to ask what does the novel really mean?
Teaching has always been a responsibility of the doctor; in fact, the Latin word for teacher is docere.
One form of the Latin root word of doctor, docere, means "to teach.
Processus autem rationis pervenientis ad cognitionem ignoti inveniendo est ut principia eommunia per se nota applicet ad determinatas materias, et inde procedat in aliquas particulares conclusiones, et ex his in alias; unde et secundum hoc unus alium dicitur docere quod istum decursum rationis, quem in se facit ratione naturali, alteri exponit per signa et sic ratio naturalis discipuli, per huiusmodi sibi proposita, sicut per quaedam instrumenta, pervenit in cognitionem ignotorum.
Non dubito, quin titulus libri nostri raritate sua quamplurimos alliciat ad legendum: inter quos nonnulli obliquae opinionis, mente languidi, multi etiam maligni, et in ingenium nostrum ingraft accedent, qui temeraria sua ignorantia, vix conspecto titulo clamabunt: Nos vetita docere, haeresium semina jacere: piis auribus offendiculo, praeclaris ingeniis scandalo esse.
Latince ogretmek, ders vermek fiili olan docere sozcugunun turevi olan docens sozcugu gunumuzde agirlikli olarak Avrupa'daki universitelerde kullanilan bir unvan.
Semper autem et ubique ei fas sit cum vera libertate fidem praedicare, socialem suam doctrinam docere, munus suum inter homines expedite exercere necnon iudicium morale ferre, etiam de rebus quae ordinem politicum respiciunt, quando personae iura fundamentalia aut animarum salus id exigant, omnia et sola subsidia adhibendo, quae Evangelio et omnium bono secundum temporum et condicionum diversitatem congruant.
A docent (derived from the latin word docere meaning to teach) serves as a bridge between the museum and the attendees, acting as the face and voice of the collection and interpreting it for the visitors (Chin, 1995).
docere autem mulieri non permitto neque dominari in virum sed esse in silentio
Kathryn Clark, President of Ann Arbor-based Docere and a former scientist with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will discuss the many leadership challenges faced by NASA.