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Transmissos ego plango dies: fleo inutile tempus, In quo mortalis me res deuinxit amore, Non me sublimem in caelum sustollere curans, Ventorum et leuibus seu commisisse procellis, Grandia sic de me fors Orbi exempla daturus.
Esta es una de las pocas descripciones fisicas que Plauto ofrece de sus personajes, en todo caso, esta caracterizacion exagerada, grotesca y poco elegante, retrata un tipo marginal, que puede ser el personaje del esclavo Pseudolo, pero sobre la mascara del Dossenus, al que le acompana la astucia: "Nimis illic mortalis doctus, nimi' uorsutus, nimi' malus; / superauit dolum Troianum atque Vlixem Pseudolus" (Pseud.
Deleuze y el Estado", en: Deus Mortalis, N[degrees] 10, 2011-2012.
Propterea cibum in cibum mutavit, panem vitae in panem vitae, sed panem vitae transitoriae in panem vitae aetemae; ut ex mutatione cibi in cibum credatur et intelligatur, speretur et expectetur, mutatio mortalis vitae in immortalem vitam"; Balduinus de Forda (Balduinus Cantuariensis), Tractatus de Sacramento altaris SChr 93, pars.
Magnifica quaedam res et salutaris, si modo est ulla, quaque proxime ad deorum vim natura mortalis possit accedere.
Lefort nos invita a aceptarla en lugar de fantasear con una restauracion de la teologia-politica o con una resurreccion del Deus mortalis.
Benveniste ejemplifica mediante la oposicion entre omnis homo mortalis (mortal todo hombre) y omnis homo mortalis est (el hombre es mortal) (154, 159, 167).
este breue brevissimum mortalis La fama este tienpo tiempo que passaron vite tempus facit breve desta vida en esta vida mortal.
Hope is the stuff of a vita mortalis, where there is still a chance for the event, a hope for life, a hope in life, where the risk of failure hovers over every step along life's way and the light of hope gives life a lift in life's darkest moments.
It is, however, perhaps the small slip or ambiguity in his reported speech that most strongly betrays this last point: experiar deus, which I translated above as "god I shall try," could also be glossed as "I, god, shall try," (20) and literally displaces Jupiter while relegating him to the subordinate clause an sit mortalis, which contains the wish that Jupiter be made mortal.
94) Floruit sub Recaredo uiro religioso ac principe glorioso, cuius etiam temporibus mirabili obitu mortalis uite terminum clausit, die tercia ydus marcii, era sexcentesima XLa, atque in ecclesia sanctarum Iuste et Rufine, in qua Deo tota mente deseruierat et in qua ordinatus fuerat, tumulatur.
Saint Boniface, for example, relating the vision of the monk of Wenlock, takes care to state about Purgatory: "Hic sunt animae, que post exitum mortalis vitae, quibusdam levibus vitiis non omnino ad purum abolitis, aliqua pia miserentis Dei castigatione indigebant, ut Deo dignae offerantur".