imprudentia

See: ignorance
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Plaza 2000, 106 notes that the legal use of imprudentia (ignorance of the laws or facts of a situation) implies that the guests do not know the rules of the house.
Los atenuantes de la uenia estan subdivididos sobre la base de la triparticion imprudentia / casus / necessitas, de origen hermagoreo, que se encuentra en todos los manuales latinos tardoantiguos, pero por el contrario fue abandonada muy pronto por los retores griegos y sustituida por criterios clasificatorios mas evolucionados.
b) la imprudentia (49) definida tambien como ignorantia (50), asume una amplitud superior a la norma, por cuanto comprende en su interior alguna casuistica concreta como la aetas (51), la ebrietas (52) y el amor (53), que solo en ocasiones encuentran correlato en los manuales latinos.
Mary was, of course, a transcendent figure, but she was embedded in gender: she needed such protection, says Heiric, because of the fragility of the female sex (femineus sexus est fragilis).(64) Theutberga, too, in her confession-statement of 860 in Aachen, said, or was made to say, that she was led astray by her human weakness (fragilitas humana), but specifically by the folly (imprudentia) of the female sex.(65) The queenly Virgin Mary and the Lotharingian queen were both women and subject to female weakness.