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Ese uso se debe extender en la medida en que no cause un incommodum al resto de personas que tambien emplean esos bienes, es decir, se impone un uso prudente (41).
differt vero appetitus naturae et vitae, nam appetitus naturae eodem morn, quo tendit ad rem naturae convenientem fugit incommodum, quia tabs appetitus non fundatur in cognitione, nec fere distinguitur ab ipsa capacitate naturae; appetitus autem vitii per proprios et distinctos actus bonum prosequitur, et fugit malum".
Didicit enim Alamannos a pago Vadomarii exorsos, unde nihil post ictum foedus sperabatur incommodum, vastare confinis Raetiis tractus, nihilque sinere intemptatum manus, praedatorias fusius discurrentes [.
Paul, Erasmus claims, did not intend bonum ([LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Greek) as the opposite of vice, but he says bonum est in place of expedit, it is expedient or advantageous, and by malum he means incommodum, inconvenient or disadvantageous.
74) It is, however, possible that what appears as commodum (profit/advantage) should in fact be read as commodum (annoyance); it is also possible that the word, commodum, as it appears, is actually a mistake and the scribe should have written incommodum (loss/disadvantage), which would make more immediate sense.