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Sicut in virginibus honestus habitus et assidua oratio requiritur: sic in viduis ut solae maneant precando perseverare, atque a voluptate et deliciis abstinere.
Honnete, venu du latin honestus, << honore, honorable >>.
Secundum, licitum esse ponere actum in se indifferentem, ex quo sequuntur duo effectus, unus bonus et alter malus, dummodo bonus non sequatur ex malo, saltem compenset malum, et honestus sit finis agentis.
In Latin, however, Cicero can systematically disambiguate the two concepts: pulchritudo = [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and pulcher its cognate use of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; honestum = [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and honestus its cognate use of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Hay entradas que reunen todos los rasgos anteriores, como el caso de honestus que a la causal anade el procedimiento de definicion basado en la reconstruccion formal del lema uniendo fragmentos de palabras que dan como resultado algo semejante al lema y que transmiten el significado:
13) A declaration of ignorance, or a state preference for life over books, then may be read as an endorsement of the humanist cliche that 'too much contemplation spoils action and virtue consists in that', (14) and thus as a signal that her volume of letters is both truthful and profitable, honestus and utile, in other words that it has practical application to life.
Much of the conflict appears through their use of the word honestus.
4 is the most comprehensive portrayal of Palla's character and suggests the degree to which Filelfo considered his subject the most exemplary representative of the vir honestus.
Curtius (724-49), discutio tales planteamientos basandose en el concepto de honestus que para nada considera el Summum "Bonum, desvelando tambien las contradicciones de la propia Iglesia en materia de virtud.
Poinar and Weissman, 2004) and the carabid, Gastrellarius honestus Say (Leidy, 1856).
La escritura del De re publica se hizo en tiempo del otium-negotium y esta virtud es tambien la del vir honestus, el hombre honesto o quien vive en conformidad con la moral.