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For avarice destroyed honesty, integrity, and all other noble pursuits; taught in their place insolence, cruelty, to neglect the gods, to set a price on everything [Namque avaritia fidem, probitatem ceterasque artis bonas subvortit; pro his superbiam, crudelitatem, deos neglegere, omnia venalia habere edocuit] (Sallust, Bellum Catilinae X, 4).
VIII, 3, 10, et X, 3, 60), mais en V, 1, 9, il declare: "non enim uidebatur consentaneum qua<e>re<re> me in eo uerbo quod finxisset Ennius causam, neglegere quod ante rex Latinus finxisset", ce qui prouverait qu'un individu "superieur" a la faculte de creer des mots; c'est pareille optique que defend S.
1.5: Haec singula Psyche curiose diuidit et discretim remota rite componit, rata scilicet nullius dei fana <et> caerimonias neglegere se debere, ...