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a la decretal Quum secundum apostolum, que se remonta al 1198, con la que la obligacion de sustentacion habia sido extendida a los subdiaconos?
29 of the Flemish Codification of the Decretal Provisions concerning Higher Education of 2013 (Belgium) (256) thus provides for a tenure-track system (which is optional, however), in terms of which a "docent" may, following a positive evaluation of his or her performance, be promoted to the position of "hoofddocent.
In the False Decretals by Pseudo-Isidore, one finds a forged letter of Pope Fabian of Rome (236-250).
41), que afirma la necesidad del unus imperator, y el otro de la decretal "Per venerabilem" de Inocencio III , en lo que se refiere a la eleccion legitima del emperador y el derecho del pontifice para controlar la capacidad politica del elegido.
100, this decretal neither names Hyginus as the eighth pope nor dates him, which leaves the question of where Freisleben got that information.
Aquinas invokes the principle of double effect, citing the accepted juridical principle of proportional moderation of force from Decretal.
In fact, in its decretal paragraph, the court stated, "The decision of the Board of Review is reversed.
8) Paul Descouzis notes that Viedma's gloss here and regarding the capture of the Goleta fortress ("fue particular gracia y merced que el cielo hizo a Espana en permitir que se asolase aquella oficina y capa de maldades" [Cervantes 1-39:480]) track closely, if not phrase by phrase, with the Council of Trent's decretal of November 25, 1551 on "obras de satisfaccion" (479-80).
Writing at roughly the same time as Hostienis, his fellow canonist Sinibaldo de Fiesco (circa 1180-1254), better known as Pope Innocent IV, wrote an important decretal gloss, "On the Restitution of Spoils" (45) that articulated a new technical definition of war.
The opposite view was taken by the Dominical Cardinal John of Torquemada in his Commentary on Gratian's Decretal (1445-51).
Esta teoria havia sido advogada por diversos canonistas, como o Cardeal Hostiensis e Inocencio III, na decretal Novit Ille, e tambem por alguns teologos, em especial, os espanhois Alvaro Pelayo e Rodrigo Sanchez Arevalo.
At the end, this view comes to be a sort of new "supralapsarianism," not the old decretal sort of Calvinism, but an "aesthetic supralapsarianism.