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Despues de los tratados de Facio (De excellentia et praestantia hominis, 1447) y de Manettti (De dignitate et excellentia hominis, 1452), esta obra--que por su estilo artistico y expresivo es considerada la obra literaria capital de Pico--representa la culminacion de la exaltacion moderna del hombre como microcosmos.
The other three were the Lamentabili Sane of 3 July 1907; the Pascendi Dominici Gregis (On the Doctrine of the Modernists) from 8 September 1907; and the Praestantia Scripturae (On the Bible Against the Modernists) from 18 November 1907.
Besides, the agenda was practically to extend throughout the universal church the usages of the Church of Byzantium, deemed superior to those of the other churches--praestantia ritus Byzantini, to apply in reverse a later phrase associated with Pope Benedict XIV, praestantia ritus latini, which would thus appear as a belated retort.
Nam sapientia quidem et mente cognitione et caeteris Deo longe ac longe inferior humanus est animus, caeterum immortalitate prope Deo par atque consimilis" (Felinus Sandeus, De Regibus Siciliae et Apuliae' Quibus accedunt Bartholomei Facii de humano vitae felicitate liber, item de excellentia ac praestantia hominis, Wechelius, Hanoviae, 1611, p.
DE/ INDVLGEN-/ TUS ET IVBI-/ LEO ANNI SANCTI/ TRACTATVS:/ In quo de eorum origine, praestantia, vtili-/ tate, & ratione illa asseguendi/ agitur.
Patin, e (instar omnium) el mas erudito Spanhemius en ese tratado De praestantia et usu Numismatum Antiquorum.
Poggio responded with his treatise De praestantia Scipionis et Caesaris (April 1435), in which he boldly argued for the superiority of Scipio.
Disce tuas magni felices pendere terras, divitiasque agri, praestantia munera coeli, explorare animo, ac longum indagere tuendo.
The entry for [GREEK WORD NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Ebeling's Lexicon Homericum offers the following range: (1) praestantia, principatus, (2) fortitude, (3) primae, (4) successus, salus, res secundae, (5) virtus, morum probitas.
1-5) has nothing to do with the solar year, or with Macrobius' argument that the sun is not the sole source of light in the heavenly spheres; for Byrhtferth, Cicero's words and Macrobius' interpretation are simply a rhetorical encomium glorifying the sun, like St Ambrose's oculus est enim mundi, iucunditatis diei, caeli pulchritudo, naturae gratia, praestantia creaturae (Hexameron iv.
223v, "Is genuit Zarabinum sponsum, dignum profecto tali parente filium, cuius egregia forma corporisque praestantia miram quoque animi virtutem indicat.
Niccoli's fame and reputation among Quattrocento humanists can be seen in the number of dialogues in which he appeared as a principal interlocutor: Bruni's Ad Petrum Paulum Histrum, Poggio's An Seni Uxor Sit Ducenda, De Nobilitate, and De Infelicitate Principum, Lorenzo Valla's De Voluptate, and Giovan ni Aretino's De Medicinae et Legum Praestantia.