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Consequently, the conspirators' actions are cast within a climax of "verbal violence" and of gruesome images, chosen first and foremost to degrade the attackers to the rank of ruthless criminals, and subsequently to refer to them as de-humanized savage beasts with an innate ferocious instinct, whose extent Pontano describes with the Latin term immanitas.
distinctions between furor as insania, furor as immanitas, and furor as
En segundo lugar, aplicado al hombre (monstrum homini), el termino parece adquirir una carga peyorativa sumamente negativa: abominable, atroz, vil, ofensivo, brutal (que despliega: inhumanitas, immanitas, feritas, crudelitas); ser detestable: homo omniparte detestabilis (31).
Posiblemente el autor de la frase, el historiador Dion Casio, gobernador en la zona danubiana, trasladaba una realidad contemporanea suya a la epoca de Augusto, pero afirmaba que <<los barbaros se adaptaban al mundo romano>>, presentando asi la ecumene romana como civilizadora y transformadora de la immanitas barbariae.
63) "Et de his quidem, quos ita plusquam belluina illa confecit immanitas, incunctantur dixerim, quia si in petitione sacri baptismatis fictio defuit, ejus nequaquam effectu fraudatos sanguis proprius baptizavit.
Vt tamen omnibus modis barbarorum immanitas frangeretur, nec sola hostes regum suorum supplicia maererent, etiam irnmissa Bructeris uastationes fecisti, imperator inuicte.
17) The immanitas is regarded as the most hideous human behaviour that leads the individual to lose his status of human being and to become a beast.