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22: Hoc a magno animi malo oritur: quomodo in vino non ante lingua titubat quam mens cessit oneri et inclinata vel prodita est, ita ista orationis quid aliud quam ebrietas nulli molesta est nisi animus labat.
Sie werden oft als Zeichen des Dichters aufgefasst: als Symbol fur Adonis in einer "Reformulierung der antiken Schonheitsmythe," als Verkorperung des narzissistischen Dichters, der sein Spiegelbild im Wasser betrachtet (Menninghaus 39-62), oder etwa als Sinnbild der sobria ebrietas im antiken Sinn (Schmidt 182-90).
Shaffer) X X Cymaenes alumna (Butler) X Cyclosemia lathaea (Hewitson) X Cyclosemia anastomosis (Mabille) X Cycloglypha thrasibulus (Fabricius) X Dyscophellus eurybates (Stoll) X Dyscophellus erythras (Mabille) X Dubiella fiscella (Hewitson) X Augiades crinisus (Cramer) X Ebrietas anacreon (Staudinger) X Elbella patrobas melanina (Mabille & Boullet) X Elbella patrobas acala (Evans) X Epargyreus "tityrus" (Fabricius) X Entheus sp.
however, that ebrietas addocet artes: being drunk enables those who are already accomplished to excel themselves.
I1 proemio al libro II, anch'esso strutturato -convenientemente ai requisiti del genere protrettico-- come un'apostrofe al lettore (2, 1: fidissime leetor), rappresenta comunque un'interruzione del discorso argomentativo iniziato intorno alla meta del libro precedente, quando cioe l'autore comincia a trattare dei uitia del mondo che bisogna evitare in questa vita: lasciuia (1, 321-454: ampia trattazione a tinte anche vivaci che rappresenta una specie di pamphelet autonomo all'interno del testo), inuidia (1,455-482), auaritia (1,483-592), tumor (1,593-618); quindi uana laus (2, 13-40), mendacium (2, 41-44), gula (2, 45-50), ebrietas (2, 51-84).
The risks of drunkenness (or, ebrietas resurrecta): A comparison of frequent intoxication indices of population sub-groups as to problem risks.
b) la imprudentia (49) definida tambien como ignorantia (50), asume una amplitud superior a la norma, por cuanto comprende en su interior alguna casuistica concreta como la aetas (51), la ebrietas (52) y el amor (53), que solo en ocasiones encuentran correlato en los manuales latinos.
The risks of drunkenness (or ebrietas resurrecta)," British Journal of Addiction, 79(2):185-196, 1984.
Luther drew a distinction between ebriositas, drunkenness, a vice to be avoided, and ebrietas, or mere intoxication, which God would certainly tolerate, especially when it was "earned" through hard work and trying difficulties, and "as long as it doesn't occur daily.