existimatio

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He had continually to struggle against the jealousy and disdain of noblemen in order to acquire the existimatio which they inherited and propagated almost effortlessly.
Pernice refere-se aqueles casos em que, nao obstante parecer que se esta diante de um vicio, a usucapiao corre, porque tal crenca e falsa: falsa existimatio non nocet; plus est in re etc.
13 A opiniao de Pomponio e isolada nas fontes: em regra, a falsa crenca de um vicio inexistente nao prejudica nem para a usucapiao nem para a aquisicao imediata, a existimatio (opiniao) cede a substantia.
What the Catullus of Poem 37 has lost is chiefly existimatio ('face') and only secondarily the puella; his manhood has been impugned, and it is for that reason that the loss of the puella smarts.
lt;<Fama autem sanctitatis in genere nihil aliud est, quam existimatio seu communis opinio de puritate et integritate vitae, et de virtutibus.
Estos conceptos, que afectan tanto a la guerra como a la paz o la politica (virtus, fortitudo, fides, gratia, sapientia, gravitas, fama, existimatio, gloria, dignitas, auctoritas), son valores relacionales (<<Relationsbegriffe>>; HOLKESKAMP: Rekonstruktionen einer Republik, p.
s translation which seems to be a translation of Ad haec iam tua est existimatio, not of At haec .
Ramon, se pecaba quizas de aquella existimatio de que habla Spinoza.