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6: Codex Ecclesiae Fundamentalis (Prima quaedatn adumbratio propositionis).
9: Lex Ecclesiae Fundamentalis (Altera quaedam adumbratio propositionis).
His introduction of what will become a key term in the discussion, "adumbratio," is significant; he says that the error has matured "because of a pretense [adumbratio] which was inserted twice." By the end of part 10, Leonello defines two different kinds of adumbrationes or pretenses, both of which he will need (in addition to other more text-specific arguments) in his discussion of De inventione.
And he moves on to employ the first proof of the "first adumbratio," that Satire 16 is simply stylistically deficient, possessing none of Juvenal's customary if biting gravity.
The first test Leonello attempts to apply toward his demonstration that De inventione is spurious is the prima adumbratio, the notion that sometimes fraudulent works are introduced into authentic ones.
The secunda adumbratio designates cases in which the forger has managed successfully to imitate the style of the original author.
One brief note: in the text below, Decembrio uses the word "adumbratio" five times, as well as once in a verbalized form ("adumbratur" in 8).
Onclin titulado Lex Ecclesiae Fundamentalis (Altera quaedam adumbratio propositionis) de 1 de marzo de 1967, a cuya redaccion dedico, como Relator de la Comision de teologos y canonistas creada en junio de 1966 para estudiar la posible Ley Fundamental, casi exclusivamente su trabajo en los meses anteriores, en Lovaina, con el asesoramiento teologico de G.
Onclin, II, no 6: Codex Ecclesiae Fundamentalis (Prima qrnedam adumbratio propositionis), (texto fechado en Vil-1966 y firmado por W.
Onclin, II, no 9: Lex Ecclesiae Fundamentalis (Altera quaedam adumbratio propositionis).
Schematis secundum generales Episcoporum animadversiones emendati quaedam adumbratio. Constaba de 86 canones divididos en dos titulos: I.