epilogus

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Although Augustine uses various words for laughter more than 1,000 times throughout his corpus, for the moment I limit my study to his Enarrationes in Psalmos (which mostly consists of sermons and some homiletic notes on individual psalms) and his Sermones adpopulum, as he calls them in Retractationes II, epilogus.
Del latin epilogus, y este del griego [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], epilogos, que proviene a su vez de epilego, 'anadir a lo dicho'.
70) Su titulo completo es: Epilogus summarum sive amplissimum compendium rerum omnium quae in universis materijs theologiae moralis tractantur, primo in communi, secundo in particulari / resumptum principalites ex doctissimo Patre Fr.