Potestate


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Po´tes`tate


n.1.A chief ruler; a potentate. [Obs.] Wyclif.
References in classic literature ?
quoe cum non exigua potestate politiam concernente, atque proerogativis multis et juribus conjuncta est
Canon 1 of the Council, the most extensive creed since the Council of Chalcedon, begins by affirming the Trinitarian reality of God, then asserts the historical reality and eternal efficacy of the Incarnation, and finally states: "Una vero est fidelium universalis ecclesia, extra quam nullus omnino salvatur, in qua idem ipse sacerdos et sacrificium Iesus Christus, cuius corpus et sanguis in sacramento altaris sub speciebus panis et vini veraciter continentur, transsubstantiatis pane in corpus et vino in sanguinem potestate divina, ut ad perficiendum mysterium unitatis accipiamus ipsi de suo, quod accepit ipse de nostro.
He did not operate in potestate domini, in the power of a master, and the choices he made, he did not have to make cum permissu, with permission.
Argumentava, seguindo o direito comum romano, que o pater familias nao estava obrigado pelo filho nem pelo servo, com as excecoes que amparava o titulo quod com eo qui in aliena potestate.
36, col 743: "diabolus potestas quaedam est; plemmque tamen vult nocere, et non potest, quia potestas ista sub potestate est.
3) According to certain Scholastic authors, such as John of Paris, 'true lordship' of things is acquired by individuals 'through their own skill, labour and diligence' (De potestate regia et papali, cited in Garnsey 2007: 145).
15) Who outside Poland remembers today chat at the 1412 Council of Konstanz Pawel Wlodkovic (1370-1435) presented a treatise, De potestate papae et imperatoris, in which he formulated the foundations of international law and proclaimed that "the pagans also have the right to live in peace?
In societate humana et coram quavis potestate publica ecclesia sibi vindicat libertatem, utpote auctoritas spiritualis, a Christo domino constituta, cui ex divino mandato incumbit officium eundi in mundum universum et evangelium praedicandi omni creaturae.
2)Why did Giles abandon, according to the usual interpretation, this exalted idea of the prudent king in his later De ecclesiastica potestate (1301-02), (6) which made the king subservient to the pope?
7 l ec ic monn amm under maeht haefis l haefo under et ego homo sum sub potestate habens sub mec deignas l innheardmenn me milites (Lindisfarne version).