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Pero Sohngen le recordo que, para los catolicos, la palabra de Dios es inseparable de las mismas palabras humanas; ademas, veia la concepcion barthiana de la analogia entis marcada por la doctrina reformada de la sola fides y del simul iustus et peccator (35).
In fact, it is characteristic of Lutheran theology that it comes across "couplewise," that is, in pairings of concepts: for example, two kingdoms or regiments, law and gospel, humans as simultaneously justified and sinners (simul iustus et peccator), God's alien work and God's own work (opus alienum and opus proprium), God hidden and revealed (deus absconditus and deus revelatus), a person before God and a person before humans (coram deo and coram hominibus), the theology of glory and the theology of the cross (theologia gloriae and theologia crucis), or freedom and sendee.
Koskenniemi, la contribucion iberica a la formacion de los vocabularios axiales de la incipiente modernidad globalizada, en el campo del derecho internacional, del derecho de guerra y de la economia-a traves de nociones como dominium, ius gentium o helium iustus, casi siempre con ocasion de los debates acerca de asuntos americanos-fue absolutamente fundamental.
Orning identifies tensions in this binary arising from the ideology of rex iustus and subject obedience (in the context of thirteenth-century Norway), counter to reciprocity in the friendship/patronage paradigm of the Icelandic kin-based ideal.
(32) El ser humano es "simul iustus et peccator", es justo y pecador a la vez.
Lorsqu'on ne fait que tres peu ou pas de difference entre la morale publique et le comportement prive, lorsqu'on pense que le role du roi est d'etre vertueux et de faire regner la vertu--car seul le rex iustus est legitime--et lorsqu'on considere l'histoire, et surtout l'histoire biblique, comme magistra vitae pour des hommes d'action, il est clair que la personne du roi reunit en elle-meme tous les aspects qui forment les 'miroirs aux princes' des le depart.
O simul iustus et peccatur mostra que o perdao dos pecados e a presenca santificadora de Deus e simultanea.
[D 4.8.3] hoc ideo, quia perinde ac iustus, et continens iudex mundas ac puras habere manus dicitur, ita e contrario sordidas, et absurdas, quia pecuniis coinquinatur" (159-160); Castillo de Bovadilla, Politica, lib.
Mistake could further render a contract voidable (if induced by misrepresentation), or void (if it is reasonable and material, in accordance with the iustus error doctrine).
El termino deriva de iustus justo, es decir, la persona apegada a la ley divina (ius).
Selected pieces would become part of the repertoire of literary brotherhoods and churches even over the next centuries, while some, such as the version for four voices of the responsoty Ecce quomodo moritur iustus, have survived until the present day.
While Havelok is tall and mighty and his martial feats redound to his credit, the poem emphasizes his beneficial effect on his subjects: the good king "brings justice, peace, and loyalty to his people." (82) Much of this idealization of the rex iustus lays not in personal potency but in self-restraint: Athelwold makes "gode lawes" (28) and carries out "gode werkes" (34) to serve orphans and widows and not himself (75-79).