clementia


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Thomas Jefferson, A Summary View of the Rights of British America (Williamsburg, VA: Clementia Rind, 1774), 3.
Nullus evectione utatur privatus, tametsi valuerit impetrare, exceptis his, quos sublimissimae administrationis inlustravit indeptio et quos magistri equitum ac peditum pompa sublimat, qui tamen omnes in actu ipso positi rei publicae providerunt, non hi, quos honorarii tantum nominis suffragia prosequuntur, sub hac videlicet definitione, ut, cum semel ad propria vel optata pervenerint, utendae eiusdem evectionis non habeantfacultatem nisi consulta iterum clementia nostra geminae isdem beneficium detulerit largitatis, etiamsi administratione deposita ad larem proprium revertuntur.
Clementia is, indeed, the fundamental virtue of a just political power, which is violent and revengeful with the most blameful adversaries, but is merciful with people who deserve mercy.
Clementia Pharmaceuticals, a company focused on developing palovarotene for fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive (FOP) and other diseases, has announced top-line results from its Phase two clinical trial investigating palovarotene intended for the treatment of FOP, it was reported yesterday.
Quare tua pietate freti modeste magis quam audacter tuae Caesareae Maiestati, quae animum ad scribendum impellere brevitate quam maxima fieri potuerit proponemus, quae omnia in ordinem redigentur quo clarius distinctiusque cognosci queant quae a tua clementia consequi conamur.
By contrast, decisionism (the one that Seneca recommended in De Clementia (6) or the one that today has been revived by Schmitt) favors the action of an event itself.
Hence Seneca says (De Clementia ii, 1): "Clemency grants this, in the first place, that those whom she sets free are declared immune from all further punishment; and remission of punishment due amounts to a pardon.
Eli Lilly and Company, Novo A/S, Clementia Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
34) A similar comparison in political terms can be found in Seneca, who asks in what way the rule of a cruel tyrant differs from the anarchy of wild beasts (De clementia 1.
In 1767, the larger Latin play was Clementia Croesi by Rufinus Widl.
12) El 28 de junio de 1077 escribe una nueva carta Ad Hispanos en que completa la doctrina sobre la preeminencia de la Sede Apostolica sobre los reinos espanoles, entregados a San Pedro en derecho y propiedad: <<Non ignorare credimus prudentiam vestram, qui Sancta et Apostolica Sede princeps et universalis mater sit omnium Ecclesiarum et gentium quas divina clementia ad agnitionem sui nominis in fide Domini .