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Bruni motiva questa prospettiva con l'argomento che il popolo semplice (illitterati, indocti, vulgus, populus) non era in grado di capire la grammatica, perchAaAaAeA@ essa richiedeva uno studio notevole affinch venisse correttamente appresa.
En d'autres mots, << [l]a lecture de la loi est a la portee du vulgus, mais son interpretation est reservee aux docti >> (93).
Furthermore, if malreduction of opposite lateral supracondylar column at all occurs, it causes cubitus vulgus which is more acceptable than commonly occurring cubitus varus caused by malreduction of medial supracondylar column commonly met while operating through lateral approach.
In Chapter 6, Berto compares the collective terms for people used in the Tstoria Veneticorum, for example, vulgus and plebs (p.
Tacitus also had access to Seneca's last work, written while he was waiting to die: et novissimo quoque momento suppeditante eloquentia advocatis scriptoribus pleraque tradidit, quae in vulgus edita eius verbis invertere supersedeo ('Even at the last moment his eloquence remained undimmed; he summoned his scribes and dictated a long discourse, which has been publicly issued in his own words, so I shall not paraphrase it').
Este concurso vendria a mostrarse como un problema practico y desafiante a la democracia electoral: la necesidad de resolucion de un problema cualquiera puede no equipararse con el estado volitivo de la mayoria, y asi, entonces, no habria ni bien comun y ni siquiera asunto publico per se, dado que, como bien reclama el adagio latino, vulgus veratis pessimus interpres.
61) Nec se in vulgus eduxit, ne inpii errore liberarentur, ut et fides, non mediocri praemio destinata, difficultate constaret.
Sed quoniam in populari ratione omnis nostra versamr oratio, populariter interdum loqui necesse erit et appellare eam legem, quae scripta sancit, qnod vult, aut iubendo aaut vetandon, ut vulgus, appellare.
3) "Ergo abolendo rumori Neto subdidit reos et quaesitissimis poenis adfecit quos per flagitia invisos vulgus Christianos appellabat.
And in the second chapter of the second book, Stradling/Sellars' rendering of the phrase nec abiuit ab hoc meliorum iudicio vulgus (108-9) as "neither have the common people dissented from the judgment of the better sort" is preferable to Young's "and the better part of the common people has not departed from this opinion.
58) En sus comentarios al usatge Hoc quod iuris est sanctorum: Antiquiores Barchinonemium leges quas vulgus Usaticos appellat.
En forma similar, Hegel, en la Enciclopedia, concede que la finalidad del Estado es prevenir que el populus se convierta en un vulgus, en una muchedumbre carente de todo sentido de justicia, eticidad y articulacion racional.