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See also Graham, ibid, and Randal NM Graham, "The Myth of Originalism," in Interpretatio non cessat : Melanges en l'honneur de Pierre-Andre Cote / Essays in Honour of Pierre-Andre Cote, Stephane Beaulac & Mathieu Devinat, eds, (Cowansville, QC: Yvon Blais, 2011) 261 ["The Myth of Originalism"].
Thus, in 1524, Johannes Bugenhagius in Librorum Psalmorum Interpretatio explains that the number 8 refers to the Resurrection because Christ rose on the eighth day (in other words, the first day of a new week), meaning 8 "signifies the time of grace" (Rostvig, Fair 59).
gt;> dans Stephane Beaulac et Mathieu Devinat, dir, Interpretatio non cessat: Melanges en Thonneur de Pierre-Andre Cote, Cowansville (Qc), Yvon Blais, 2011, 9) en m'appuyant de nouveau sur les travaux de Timothy A O Endicott, et plus particulierement sur son remarquable essai (Vagueness in Law, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000 [Endicott, Vagueness in Law]).
is particularly successful in presenting the methodological principle of the manuductio, which Cusa draws from the neoplatonic tradition, and the hermeneutical criterion of the interpretatio pia.
We are advised, namely, that only a portion of the narrative may lend itself after all to a conventionally communicable homiletic application and consumption within the common horizon of expectations, in terms of interpretatio predestinata.
Roman soldiers, local gods and interpretatio Romana in Roman Germany', AClass 42 (1999) 155-169.
Now every particular in the story of the labyrinth is given an interpretatio christiana.
Nevertheless, it is worth singling out Herve Inglebert's Interpretatio Christiana: Les mutations des saviors (cosmographie, geographie, ethnographie, histoire) dans l'Antiquite chretienne (30-630 apres J.
26-41; and idem, "Augustine and Israel: Interpretatio ad litteram, Jews, and Judaism in Augustine's Theology and History," in Daniel Patte and Eugene TeSelle, eds.
If Iamblichus' interpretation of Monimos and Azizos had the character of an interpretatio Graeca, the role of Hermes and Ares receives a satisfactory explanation, yet the ritual relationship of these gods to Helios still requires elucidation.
John Chrysostom, "Homily 14 on Philippians," Interpretatio Omnium Epistularum Paulinarum per Homilias Facta.
Imitatio imperii und interpretatio Germania vor der Wikingerzeit, in R.