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rationes

plural of ratio (decidendi).
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(III, 410b): Secundo modo accipiendo medium, sic Christus est medium inter humanam naturam et divinam, in quantum est una persona in duabus naturis, non ratione humanae naturae tantum, nec ratione divinae, sed ratione utriusque.
They each possess it according to diverse, but related, rationes (16).
Those numbers jarred, not least because the rest of the menu is reasonably priced, with most rationes ranging between PS3 and PS7 and a drink won't drain your wallet either.
(3) <<Theologis et iurisprudentibus communis est disputatio haec de legibus, sed diversa ratione. Nam iurisprudentes de legibus considerant, quatenus ordinant nos in commune pacem reipublicae.
Una persona tentada a cometer adulterio experimenta sentimientos conflictivos: de complacencia a causa del placer (complacentia ratione delectationis), y de desagrado a causa de la verguenza (displicenta ratione turpitudinis), y lo mismo sucede cuando el capitan arroja la carga en una tormenta (8).
Rationes decimarum Italiae nei secoli XIII e XIV, Campania, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Tipografia Poliglotta Vaticana, Citta del Vaticano 1942, n.
En palabras de Leibniz, "rationes non esse numerandas, sed ponderandas", una expresion tipica entre abogados.
Anselmo (1033-1109), examinaremos sua proposta de Teologia como ciencia, em contraste com a de Tomas de Aquino (1225-1274): as "rationes necessariae" anselmianas -- no caso da Teologia da Redencao -- que serao confrontadas com as do Aquinate, contextualizadas pelo quadro geral do pensamento de Tomas, particularmente no que se refere a influencia recebida de Pseudo-Dionisio Areopagita.
As it appears, the text of the Consolatio is assimilated to the alternation of rationes and exempla commonly employed in the sermons by Dominican preachers (138-48).
Vana ratio est, quae ex falsa causa constat, hoc modo: "Amor fugiendus non est: nam ex eo uerissima nascitur amicitia." Aut hoc modo: "Philosophia uitanda est: adfert enim socordiam atque desidiam." Nam hae rationes nisi falsae essent, expositiones quoque earum ueras esse confiteremur.