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(2) According to the official website of San Fermin named "San Fermin History", Fermin was believed to be the son of Senator Firmo, who was converted to Christianity by Saint Honestus. Fermin decided to be a priest when he was seventeen years old and was confirmed as a bishop by Honorato, the prelate of Toulouse, when he was twenty-four years old.
Sicut in virginibus honestus habitus et assidua oratio requiritur: sic in viduis ut solae maneant precando perseverare, atque a voluptate et deliciis abstinere.
A self-christened "Honestus" wrote for The Occident and American Jewish Advocate, "Could the prophet [Moses] himself see them, I question his being able to recognize them in their new and novel appearance."
In sonnet 72, Astrophil soliloquizes on the inseparability of carnal and spiritual desire in his devotion to Stella--on that internecine struggle in a male lover's consciousness identified by Petrarch's speaker as conflict between caritas and cupiditas or, by Ficino, between amor honestus and amor ferinus.
Honnete, venu du latin honestus, << honore, honorable >>.
418, was Caecilianus, a man of rank (vir honestus) and second only to Theodorus in the synagogue.
Regarding the comparative weight of the effects, Carriere argues, "bonus effectus saltem compenset malum"; while Gury says, "bonus effectus malum saltem compenset." The two theologians also use the same language regarding the agent's intentions: "honestus sit finis agentis" (Carriere); "finis agentis sit honestus" (Gury).
Dysdercus honestus: Costa Lima et al., 1962: 38-39 [Cha.: Resistencia.
Gury's widely used and often revised manual, Compendium theologiae moralis: 'It is licit to posit a cause which is either good or indifferent from which there follows a twofold effect, one good, the other evil, if a proportionately grave reason is present, and if the end of the agent is honorable--that is, if he does not intend the evil effect.' In a clarification of this statement Gury makes it clear that the PDE contains four conditions, all of which together are required for the type of act in question to be licit: (1) the agent's end must be morally acceptable (honestus), (2) the cause must be good or at least indifferent, (3) the good effect must be immediate, and (4) there must be a grave reason for positing the cause.").
In Latin, however, Cicero can systematically disambiguate the two concepts: pulchritudo = [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and pulcher its cognate use of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; honestum = [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and honestus its cognate use of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Hay entradas que reunen todos los rasgos anteriores, como el caso de honestus que a la causal anade el procedimiento de definicion basado en la reconstruccion formal del lema uniendo fragmentos de palabras que dan como resultado algo semejante al lema y que transmiten el significado: