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Quattor completo anadiendo, entre otros tambien significativos -iudex pauperibus miseretur iniusta, nimia severitas, nimia remissio-, la imprudentiam (scil.
Reading for the Moral' in Valerius Maximus: The Case of Severitas.
In quest'ottica, la simplicitas petroniana sarebbe "nuova" perche scaturirebbe da una morale tollerante e anticonformista ben diversa da quella stoica--pur rimanendo nell'ambito della congettura, e interessante il tentativo di individuare nella sentenza che segue l'epigramma una frecciata contro una ficta severitas, un'austerita artefatta, che era stata rinfacciata a Seneca.
Inter quae ilia benigna serenum et placibilem praetendens vulture, ostendit quod quamvis meis exigentibus malls mihi severa appareret repletam earn tamen usque ad summum visceribus charitatis, et pertransitam medullitus dulcedine divinae charitatis; mox enituit dum ad tam exigua verbula severitas praetensa discessit, et naturaliter ingentia serena dulcedo processit.
Senecan or Stoic justice, Nolan explains (266, 264), has multiple elements including clementia or misericordia (figured as Theseus' sympathy for the widows) and severitas or vindicatio (figured as Thesefus' just anger and war against Creon).
The persecution that began with the pinpricks of propaganda was soon to unleash the full fury of inquisitorial severitas, and the threatening clouds of a stormy, shortened lifespan obliged Tyndale, as the very brave man he was, to argue that divine will decreed that the Western church's long-accepted rituals be exchanged for the priorities of faith in Christ he so clearly saw set out in the New Testament.
quoniam historiae severitas nec veritati parcere novit nec
Torquatus did not spend time thinking de voluptatibus suis before acting as he did, it seems clear that in this area the fame of the Torquati lay in their ability to overcome a father's natural affection for his son, and to act with exemplary severitas when the occasion and their own sense of duty seemed to demand it.
Stylistically, the Satyricon thus parodies Roman gravitas and severitas (or the sublime) in favor of levitas and licentia (the bovine): 'The realism of satire had its association with the seamier side of life, the low sexual elements which were studiously avoided in the more elevated literary forms of epic and tragedy' (Sullivan 1968, 100).
4-6 for the disciplina ac severitas of the univirae Cornelia, Aurelia, and Atia (mothers of Caesar and Augustus).
Stylistically, the Satyricon thus parodies Roman gravitas and severitas in favor of levitas and licentia: "The realism of satire had its association with the seamier side of life, the low sexual elements which were studiously avoided in the more elevated literary forms of epic and tragedy.