dubitatio

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L'historien insiste sur le caractere rationnel des refutations ghazaliennes et compare ses doutes sur les capacites humaines de connaissance a la dubitatio cartesienne, geste fondateur de la philosophic moderne.
Luego, despues de su capitulo sobre la nacion de los collas, agrega con dubitatio (Ciceron, De oratore, lib.
30) que, baseando-se em Aristoteles, reafirma consistirem as digressoes na "insercao da materia estranha aquela tratada no momento", apesar de acrescentar algumas consideracoes sobre os conteudos que podem ser digressionados e de seus modos especificos de expressao, como a assercao, quando o adversario tem razao em um argumento; licenca, expressao de um pensamento que choca o publico; dubitatio, quando o orador pede ao publico um conselho sobre a conformacao do discurso e apostrofe, quando o orador se dirige ao adversario ou as pessoas ausentes.
El Inca se aprovecha de esta recomendacion y a veces combina el fastidium con pathos o dubitatio para mayor impacto.
In a later dubitatio, Lessius also mentions the case of a private person forcibly (and legitimately) despoiled of his only food for the benefit of a starving prince, in order to preserve the common good.
A pearl among the cases in Lessius' De iustitia et iure summing up his ideas on the morality of the market is "The merchant of Rhodes" in dubitatio 5.
Indeed, Chaucer's House of Fame begins with an extended dubitatio about the categorization, causes, significance and validity of dreams.
Consencio (351, 17-19): <<plerique etiam octauum casum putauerunt addendum, ut 'dignus munere', 'mactus uirtute'; sed hoc septimo casui adnumerandum nulla dubitatio est>>.
Dupriez lists several similar terms: under dubitatio, he says, "The speaker hesitates, appearing not to know which word or line or argument to take, or which meaning to attach to an action" (144).
Execratio, concessio, dubitatio are the rhetorical procedures that Vico adopts when facing contrary opinion.
To this end, the closing chapters of the book meticulously catalog Hobbes's employment in the Leviathan of the tropes of irony, sarcasm, aestismus (inherently ambiguous descriptions of adversaries), and diasyrmus (likening one argument to another of patent absurdity), as well as a host of figures of speech, principally antithesis, epanaphora, dubitatio, epanodos, percontatio, apodioxis, meiosis, litotes, and tapinosis.
Against this background, I will now answer the question of this dubitatio.