humanum genus

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Quis ille primus cujus ex imagine Natura solers finxit humanum genus ?
In subsequent chapters, Young argues several related points, including the possibility that audience members who have been encouraged to identify with Humanum Genus participate imaginatively in his confession, which turns it into "a simultaneous individual and group confession" (77).
Pope Leo XIII proclaimed in Humanum genus, "Tear away the mask from Freemasonry, and let it be seen as it really is:' Masonic international socialism is destroying the final moral fibres of western civilization.
He effectively uses it to exact Humanum Genus' sorrow-of-heart, causing him to quit World's service and to repent.
In the play, Humanum Genus moves between the central castle and the scaffolds indicated on the outer ring on the plan, signaling changes in his moral alignment during the course of the play.
(9) The World, the Flesh, and the Devil besiege a castle that signifies perseverance in salvation on the part of Humanum Genus, who gains access to the castle in the first place through the sacrament of baptism.
In the end, however, Humanum Genus's dying appeal to God's mercy is effective in saving Anima from hell, despite a lifelong commitment to the devil in the form of covetousness.
(5.3.1904-7) Having abandoned his soul to the devil, he finds, as Humanum Genus does before the debate of the Four Daughters, that God in justice turns against him.
On page 7 a passage from the 1884 papal encyclical Humanum Genus, on corporative ideas of society as an organism, appears 'clearly to have influenced Hopkins' in two poems, whereas on page 19 the author, now properly cautious, stresses that 'the metaphor of the body for society is age old'.
1425), about the battle for the soul of Humanum Genus. Of all morality plays, Everyman is considered the greatest and is still performed.