moderatio

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On the role of moderatio in republican politics see Cicero,
Et haec quidem moderatio animi provenit ex quadam dulcedine affectus, qua quis abhorret omne illud quod potest alium tristare.
Eat and drink well:a Mediterranean diet or similar which is rich in nuts, wholegrains and fruit, vegetables and oily fish, drink alcohol in moderatio
52) Positing the adverse effects upon health caused by too much laughter, however, both Galen and Ficino held that moderation was key, which seems to give added meaning to the figure of Moderatio who appears by the dwarf's side (see again fig.
Assim, Brandao estuda os "'freios' de um imperador" (moderatio e abstinentia), realcando a moderatio, ciuilitas, clementia e pietas sentidas em face do poder e a abstinentia e liberalitas relativamente a riqueza.
La superbia, la arrogantia, la impudicitia, la impietas, la inconstantia, el latrocinio y la prodigalidad, constituyen aqui un <<caleidoscopio>> de vicios imperiales que se oponen directamente a la moderatio, la comitas, la pietas, la virtus, la constantia y la frugalitas, esenciales a la civilitas del principe en el seno de la sociedad aristocratica.
22: 'Sacrae Liturgiae moderatio ab Ecclessiae auctoritate unice pendet quae quidem est apud Apostolicam Sedem et, ad normam iuris, apud Episcoporum').
14) 2, 60, 247: moderatio et temperantia et raritas dictorum distinguent oratorem a scurra.
16, 1-2: Sed tanto magis praedicanda est moderatio tua quod innutritus bellicis laudibus pacem amas .
Sancta, inquam, atque Christiana moderatio hic, ut in omnibus, servanda est: ne, dum unum praecipitium nimium vitare cupimus, in aliud non minus periculosum incidamus" (van Limborch, letter 175,288).
Inventio est excogitatio rerum verarum aut veri similium quae causam probabilem reddant; dispositio est rerum inventarum in ordinem distributio; elocutio est idoneorum verborum ad inventionem accomodatio; memoria est firma animi rerum ac verborum perceptio; pronuntiatio est ex rerum et verborum dignitate vocis et corporis moderatio.
Different members of the family possess the same qualities: the moderatio of Iulia Augusta is also to be found in Drusus, Agrippina, Antonia, and Livia, as well as in Germanicus.