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Also that kind of obedience, which Tacitus speaketh of, is to be held suspected: Erant in officio, sed tamen qui mallent mandata imperantium interpretari quam exequi; disputing, excusing, cavilling upon mandates and directions, is a kind of shaking off the yoke, and assay of disobedience; especially if in those disputings, they which are for the direction, speak fearfully and tenderly, and those that are against it, audaciously.
In the Justinianic period, the Legislator followed the principle 'eius est interpretari legem cuius est condere' (cf.
63) Homer, 1583, 187: "Rem itaque simpliciter & nude interpretari malo, ut hunc portum ita finxerit Poeta, non aliud innuendi gratia, neque [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]: sed ad exercendam libertatem illam Poeticam in rebus inauditis comminiscendis ac fingendis.
COENOSARC DESEGREGATED INTERPRETARI LAUGHTERFUL MAGNETOGRAM VENOV (venue) XANTHONYX (a crustacean--nz)
4) "In acceptiunea mea si potrvit semnificapor derivate din diversele interpretari date notiunii de identitate politica la nivel colectiv societal in vasta literatura de profil, identitatea politica denota existenta unei structuri politice constitutive si coordonatoare, in fapt statala, precum si constiinta de sine a actorilor sistemului statal de guvernare asupra specificitatii, continuitatii sau reproducers conditiilor de existenta si scopurilor fundamentale pe care le propune, le urmareste si le realizeaza in numele si interesul comunitatii mationale pe care o reprezinta"--Ibidem.
There is an intriguing lemma to the missing chapter 8,8, in which Gellius is going to tell us what he experienced when he tried 'to interpret and, as it were, to reproduce in Latin certain passages of Plato' (quid mihi usu uenerit, interpretari et quasi effingere uolenti locos quosdam Platonicos Latina oratione).
Rather, [in this case], quae tamen eodem fere pacto ut de the one work is distinguished from Juvenali et reliquis iam dictis the other, in such a way, interpretari possit.
This idea is traditionally stated by the Latin adage: ejus est interpretari cujus est condere.
Alioquin, si omnia quae omnibus in autoribus habeo annotata quaeque diversa ab aliis sententia interpretari possem congerere voluissem, non Jam incidentium egressuumve aut eorum quae praeter institutum dicuntur libros, sed acervos, sed sylvas, sed chiliadas describendas assumpsissem, aurumque quod dicitur Midae collegissem.
insa aceasta fictiune juridica "este o arma cu dublu tais" (18) in sensul ca invocarea acestei vointe pretinse servea ca justificare pentru eliminarea orice alte interpretari sau pentru introducerea unor elemente evolutive, astfel ca doar aparent era salvata dogma omnipotentei legiuitorului (19).
In definirea religiei intervine statul care va reduce sau va adauga principii ce vor conduce la diverse interpretari, cele mai multe fiind subiective, incalcandu-se un principiu de drept divin, anume acela al Revelatiei care nu se poate interpreta oricum si de catre oricine.