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Par ailleurs, Ciceron decrit la loi veritable comme la droite raison, qui s'accorde avec la nature, repandue en tous, immuable et imperissable (en latin, est quidem vera lex, recta ratio, naturae congruens, diffusa in omnes, constans, sempiterna); concretement il s'agit du juste ratio, de l'ideale proportion (69).
(36) "Est quidem vera lex recta ratio naturae congruens, diffusa in omnis, constans, sempiterna, quae vocet ad officium iubendo, vetando e fraude deterreat'.
(30) "[79] Aut quid inter probationem et narrationem interest nisi quod narratio est probationis continua propositio, rursus probatio narrationi congruens confirmatio?" (Quintiliano 2001, 258).
(26) In Suetonius' own words: 'I am inclined to think that it was because of these habits that a death so little in harmony with his life excited the greater marvel' (per quae factum putem, ut mors eius minime congruens vitae maiore miraculo fuerit: Otho.
CICERON, De republica, III, 33, 22: "vera lex recta ratio naturae congruens, diffussa in omnes, constans, sempiterna, quae vocet ad officium iubendo, vetando a fraude deterreat".
He gives the greatest attention to Cicero, who, McKenna says, developed an idea of propriety quite different from Aristotle's: "Whereas Aristotle had linked propriety and clarity, Cicero defines appropriateness (aptum) together with the fitting (congruens) as the management of ornatus according to situation [De oratore] (3.53)" (48).
49), indicates that the magisterium sanctions no specific conceptual system, and that several may indeed be congruens verbo Dei, commensurable with the deposit of faith.
Quintilian, 4, 2, 79: "Narratio est probationis continua propositio, rursus probatio narrationi congruens confirmatio." Yet what Jodelle does here is invade narration with the authoritative rhetoric of refutation.
Precisamente, la expresion "sed tamen erant aptum bibliothecae studiisque nostris congruens" demuestra que la funcion de las esculturas en las villas de Ciceron no tenia tanto que ver con el gusto artistico de Ciceron como con la prioridad tematica que las esculturas debian tener para sus estudios.