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40) So Giulia Sissa, "Familiaris reprehensio quasi errantis.
The parts of speech are: exordium, narratio, partitio, confirmatio, reprehensio si peroratio.
Esta distincion pervivio a lo largo de la Edad Media, de ahi la dualidad que establece Jean de Garland entre << reprehensio sive satira >> e invectivum o << turpiloquia causa malignandi >> (Lawler 102), que luego recogeran las Leys d'Amors al determinar que el sirventes: << deu tractar de reprehensio o de mal dig general >> (Gatien-Arnoult 1977, 340).
In De Inventione, Cicero named six parts: exordium, narratio, partitio, confirmatio, reprehensio (refutation, counter-argumentation), and conclusio (conclusion).
Eran comunes tanto la censura colectiva de la conducta privada como la invocation a las normas y al respeto (6): "porque la conciencia colectiva comentaba la vida de cada uno sin sombra de bochorno: no era chismorreo, sino la forma de ejercer una legitima censura, lo que se llamaba reprehensio.
Oltre a presentare una struttura bipartita, il discorso e caratterizzato da diversi momenti narrativi e da varie parentesi argomentative, che si fondono tra loro senza soluzione di continuita, per cui risulta difficile, o addirittura impossibile sceverare la narratio dall'argumentatio, la confirmatio dalla reprehensio.
But this iusta reprehensio is hardly separate from the Fates' strategic displacement of strife, as Pluto's pudor evokes elegiac discourses about courtship.
2-3: Unum illud vereor, dilectissimi, ne sollicitae contrarietatis adversis inculcando quae fiunt, admoneam magis peccata quam reprimam, meliusque fuerit, Attici Solonis exemplo, tacere de magnis sceleribus quam cavere, eo usque progressis nostratium moribus, ut admonitos se existiment cura vetantur Hoc enim puto proxime Cervulus ille profecit, ut eo diligentius fieret, quo inpressius notabatur Et tota lila reprehensio dedecoris expressi ac saepe repetiti non compressisse videatur, sed erudisse luxuriam.
The third section consists of two moves: (c) a confirmatio, which presents proofs for the argument that are based on probabilities, definitions, and the quality of the proposed action (9:33-12:43), followed by (d) a reprehensio, or refutation of opposing arguments (12.