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Partendo dalla Praefactio ad lectores della Magia naturalis, e segnatamente dalla sentenza attribuita da Columella a Cicerone (2Par est eos, qui generi humano res utilissimas et perpensas, exploratasque memoriae tradere concupierint, cuncta tentare", Della Porta 1558: iv), Raffaella De Vivo punta l'attenzione sul Della Porta tecnico e chimico-alchemico, spaziando fino a ragionamenti sull'arte pirotecnica, mostrando in quest'ultimo caso elementi in comune alla Prattica manuale di artiglieria di Luigi Collado e alla Corona e palma militare di artiglieria di Alessandro Capobianco.
Their most common mottos reflect this desire: Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare (to praise, to bless, to preach) and Contemplare et Contemplata Aliis Tradere (to contemplate and pass on the fruits of contemplation).
The word tradition comes from the Latin word tradere, meaning to transmit, to hand over, to give for safekeeping.
It specifies that a fourth of the goods given to a monastery should be devoted to hospitality: "Mos autem sedis apostolicae est ordinatis episcopis praecepta tradere, ut omni stipendio quod accedit quattuor debeant fieri portiones: una uidelicet episcopo et familiae propter hospitalitatem atque susceptionem .
En otros terminos, el vendedor no estaba obligado a dare rem venditam, sino solamente a tradere rem in vacuam possessionem".
Legislatoris non est philosophicas vel theologicas tradere doctrinas, et multo minus eius est philosophicas aut theologicas dirimere quaestiones.
The word "tradition" itself derives from the Latin tradere or traderer literally meaning to transmit, to hand over, to give for safekeeping.
The space for heroic virtue in the theological teacher is open to a kind of surpassing intellectual humility: to be, like light, invisible in the act of mediating truth, refracting divine love to others, in the Dominican spirit of contemplata aliis tradere.
In such a Church the present day spiritual leaders - Bishops and priests or the so-called clergy - would confine themselves to prayer, preaching and moral guidance without fear or favour (Contemplata tradere = handing over what they absorbed through contemplation) and never touch money to fight the "Idolatry of Money" in Francis' words.
129) Cuando la revelacion se transmite a otros pasa a ser tradere, "tradicion".
Le mot tradition vient du latin traditio, derive du verbe tradere (trado, -ere, -didi, ditum), qui signifiait << continuer >>, << transmettre >>.