mercenarius

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Bernard again touches on this integration of human desires into desire for God while discussing a threefold progress in the ordering of love: first, a slave (servus) who does not love God; second, a hireling (mercenarius) who loves something more than God; third, a son (films) who does not seek his own things, but loves God for God's sake.
Segun Emile Benveniste, ya antes citado, el vocablo merced esta limitado al latin: merces, genitivo mercedes, "salario, retribucion", de donde provienen mercenarius y todas las palabras que estan relacionadas con el.
(55) Por ejemplo, Jacopo Zabarella y Archangelus Mercenarius. Vease James M.
The earliest use in English refers to the 'hireling' (Vulgate mercenarius) of John 10:12." The specifically military applications of mercenary in English develop in the sixteenth century but after Machiavelli wrote in 1513, according to OED.
"Christi Miles" and Episcopal "Mercenarius": Episcopal Identity in the Late Fourth Century--Michael Prouix, University of California, Santa Barbara