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Esta cultura se refiere a la "eruditio et institutio in bonas artes".
(11) "Educatio, indoles, eruditio, sobrietas Platonis".
It was a corrective process, a softening-up, which included inconvenient teaching (eruditio) and fearful warning (admonitio).
Doctrina, Eruditio und Sapientiae in verschiedenen Thesaurierungsformen", en Theo Stammen & Wolfgang E.
Although Augustine arrived at these insights only through bitter disappointments at Milan and Cassiciacum, he continued in his quest to harmonize virtus and eruditio and produced in De Doctrina Christiana his most mature contribution to the problem of liberal education and character.
219- 235, LORDAN, Kevin L., A mirror for a king: Guibert de Tournai's Eruditio Regum et Principum and Louis IX of France, Boulder, University of Colorado, 2012, especialmente las paginas dedicadas a Isabel de Francia, hermana de San Luis (pp.
Also, lecturing on Psalm 6, Luther: Crux Christi unica est eruditio verborum dei, theologia sincerissima.
dedicated his Eruditio regum et principum also to Louis IX in 1259; (11)
Digni autem sunt [up arrow]amicitia quibus in ipsis inest causa cur diligantur (81): ut virtus, pietas, eruditio, comitas, & cetera eiusmodi bona animi.
El primer componente es el sustantivo iatros que bien pudiera considerarse como un adjetivo sustantivado y cuya significacion es el medico; el segundo componente paideia quiere decir institutio, eruditio, disciplina, instructio o sea institucion, erudicion, disciplina e instruccion.
Para hacer efectivo su proposito, Bonifacio hizo descansar sus argumentos en una concepcion antropologica cristiana en la que se presenta al hombre como una naturaleza caida que se actualiza y restaura con el valor insoslayable de la eruditio o formacion.