generalia

generalia

(ˌdʒɛnəˈreɪlɪə)
pl n
generalities
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Generalia I), is surely one of the most significant.
Consequently, one has to observe whether it is a named act or a typical act, which requires the application of the specific rules of that act, or it is an unnamed, atypical act, where the applicable rules are those of the closest typical act, as they have a special character and, as well known, specialia generalibus derogant and generalia specialibus non derogant.
Los principios del Arte--multum generalia et magis specified (9)--cumplen la funcion de ensenar a los "simples" y corregir a los "infieles", y son el contenido mismo de la inspiracion divina, asi como de su posterior exposicion en la obra luliana.
interpretive principle of generalia specialibus non derogant (the
lt;<Contribution des studia generalia a la pensee hispanique medievale>>.
Important is also that the beginning of pedagogical life in Cologne is linked directly to Albert the Great (also called Albertus Coloniensis) who had been in the head of studia generalia opened there by Dominicans in 1248 (Senner 2000).
The CEE market is Generalia s fourth largest with approximately a u3.
14) The legal maxim supporting this approach is the canon of interpretation known as generalia specialibus non derogant maxim--"general things do not derogate from specific things"--see Black's Law Dictionary (5th Ed.
Pero lo importante en ese sesgo de resistencia al presente entorno anti-intelectualista es, a mi modo de ver, la firme voluntad en disenar a traves de Law and Humanities un modelo de pedagogico que revitalice los studia generalia iuris.
Inserto en estos multiples procesos estuvo el nacimiento de los studia generalia y la formacion de un nuevo personaje: el intelectual.