Propositus

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PROPOSITUS. The person proposed. In making genealogical tables, the person whose relations it is desirous to find out, is called the propositus.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Justum et tenacem propositi virum, Non civium ardor prava jubentium, Non vultus instantis tyranni, Mente quatit solida." (55) Maintaining his pacific system at the expense of no duty, America, faithful to herself, and unstained in her honor, continued to enjoy the delights of peace, while afflicted Europe mourns in every quarter under the accumulated miseries of an unexampled war; miseries in which our happy country must have shared, had not our pre-eminent Washington been as firm in council as he was brave in the field.
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242, institutionem quasi quamdam propositi vestry regulam a nobis scribi et vobis tradi ut certius ex scripto quam ex consuetudines habeatis quid vos sequi conveniat.
The topic is Horatian, too: the man of contentment whom mishaps do not disturb is a comic version of the indifference of the Stoic sage to external disaster famously promoted in Odes 1.22 (integer vitae scelerisque purus) and 3.3 (iustum et tenacem propositi virum).
Non e difficile intendere, a partire dai testi, che i propositi di Pasolini espressi nella sua opera sono antiaccademici e contro ogni tentazione di incasellamento dei generi.