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rationes

plural of ratio (decidendi).
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I, 143a-b): Quando ergo comparantur posse creari, et posse generari, si comparentur ratione principales significati, dico, quod non tantum est univocum, immo etiam unicum, ut visum est aliter tamen et aliter intellectum et enuntiatum, sicut posse generare et posse creare.
They each possess it according to diverse, but related, rationes (16).
Those numbers jarred, not least because the rest of the menu is reasonably priced, with most rationes ranging between PS3 and PS7 and a drink won't drain your wallet either.
Ob has rationes sentido esse verius, nullum esse discrimen hac ex parte in foro conscientiae inter contractus bonae fidei et stricti iuris, cum dolus causam dedit, sed utrosque aliquo modo esse validos, et parere aliquam debilem obligationem iure naturae in foro conscientiae, quae tamen dolo detecto possit elidi per eum qui deceptus est>> (Leonardus Lessius.
Apud aliquos quidem inveniuntur quaedam rationes probabiles: sed non probant sufficienter: et sic procedunt primae rationes.
Una persona tentada a cometer adulterio experimenta sentimientos conflictivos: de complacencia a causa del placer (complacentia ratione delectationis), y de desagrado a causa de la verguenza (displicenta ratione turpitudinis), y lo mismo sucede cuando el capitan arroja la carga en una tormenta (8).
Rationes decimarum Italiae nei secoli XIII e XIV, Campania, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Tipografia Poliglotta Vaticana, Citta del Vaticano 1942, n.
Sed secundo modo se habet ratio quae inducitur ad manifestationem Trinitatis: quia scilicet, Trinitate posita, congruunt huiusmodi rationes; non tamen ita quod per has rationes sufficienter probetur Trinitas Personarum.
As it appears, the text of the Consolatio is assimilated to the alternation of rationes and exempla commonly employed in the sermons by Dominican preachers (138-48).
Most theological interpretations propose variants of either Augustine's rationes seminales or notions of extraordinary interventions by God.
Matthias Perkams extends this discussion of the philosophical-religious method shared by both thinkers, examining the concepts of rationes necessariae ('necessary reasons', i.