beneficentia

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Qui cuftodiunt Qui obferuant Los que guardan vanidades en vano vanitates funes vanitatis desamparan su misericordia, fruftra, beneficentia mifericordiam fuam fuam derelinquunt.
(64) Jorge LOPEZ SANTA MARIA, en Beneficentia en Chile, en Anales del Instituto de Chile, 28/3 (2009), pp.
Sed in domo justi viventis ex fide, et ab illa adhuc civitate peregrinantis, etiam qui imperant, serviunt eis quibus videntur imperare: quia non dominandi cupiditate imperant, sed officio consulendi; nec principandi superbia, sed providendi beneficentia (De Civitate del XIX.14).
Aquinas designates three basic acts of friendship common to all its various instantiations: benevolentia, concordia and beneficentia. Benevolentia designates a desire for the good of the other.
Derecho Privado, Madrid, Fundacion Beneficentia et Peritia luris, 2005, pp.
258v): "Beneficentia enim ac probitas barbaros ipsos sibi conciliar et devincit, et servata fides apud quosvis populos efferatos, nedum apud Christianos, qui soli Deum sapiunt et colunt, laude ac gloria extolli ac (ut sic dicam) Oceanum ultra diffundi ac vulgari solet"; for the foreign peoples who acknowledged Isabel's uniqueness (fol.
4 See De officiis, 1.7.20: "ea ratio, qua societas hominum inter ipsos et vitae quasi communitas continetur" (this ratio includes justice and beneficentia, giving or doing good).