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14 (The Pope Speaks 10 [Fall 1965] 309-28, at 312); AAS 57 (1965) 756: "Equidem non negamus eorum qui has miras opiniones disseminant, haud spernendum studium tantum Mysterium vestigandi eiusque in exhaustas edisserendi divitias eiusdemque intellegentiam hominibus nostrae aetatis aperiendi, quinimmo illud agnoscimus probamusque; sed, quas proferunt, opiniones probare non possumus deque earum pro recta fide gravi periculo vos monere iubemur.
Benvenuto da Imola for example, after listing a number of different interpretations about the Medusa says the following: "Alii dicunt quod Medusa repraesentat cupiditatem, quod probare videntur, quia Medusa, ut pater in litera, appellatur Gorgon, quod interpretatur terrae cultrix, et ex cultura terrae nascitur cupiditas, quae maxime indurat mentes hominum" (313) (Others say that Medusa represents cupidity, which is clearly shown by the fact that Medusa, as the name Gorgon signifies, can be interpreted as a cultivator of the earth, and from the cultivation of the earth cupidity is born which greatly hardens men's mind) (My translation).
Fara indoiala, un astfel de demers la care instanta constitutionala trebuie sa procedeze in mod obligatoriu se constituie intr-o operatie juridica dificila, avand in vedere faptul ca implica o activitate de probare a existentei sau inexistentei unui raport juridic de cauzalitate intre un fapt sau omisiune guvernamentala si o stare de fapt cu pretentie justificativa in reglementarea prin ordonanta de urgenta.
Elliott points out that probare "is also a verb used for torture--a possibility that is at the center of the martyr's passio but that invariably hovers at the edge of the heretical trial.
Florido approximately quotes Navagero: "quid est quod in hoc autore sedatus lector extra illum in teatro concitati vulgi plausum non probare possit?
Et quantum ad hanc, non licet dubitare nec probare utrum Dei voluntas sit bona, vel utrum Deus sit suavis.
Secus tamen erit in ciuitatibus et nundinis et inter mercatores, quibus ex gratia principis conceditur ob fauorem mercatorum quod parti affirmatiue secundum legem mercatoriam erit probacio concedenda, et ipsis conceditur tallias dedictas probare per testes et per patriam") (Richardson and Sayles 1955, p.
But we must immediately notice that Aquinas uses the term probare ("to prove") in various ways.
116 Andreae, 1849, 199; idem, 1799, 233: "hoc testimonio innocentiam et orthodoxiam orbi christiano probare.