discursus

discursus

(dɪsˈkɜːsʌs)
n
a discursive reasoning
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Et confirmatur ratio, quia 'obiectum': praeter conceptum suum proprium adaequatum, et inclusum in ipso altero duorum modorum praedictorum, nihil potest cognosci ex isto obiecto nisi per discursum; sed discursus praesupponit cognitionein istius simplicis ad quod discurritur.
Una de ellas es en su Discursus florentinarum rerum post morten iunioris Laurentii Medices, donde afirma lo siguiente:
When considering Machiavelli's Republican convictions, Jurdjevic moves away from the Roman model and considers, instead, Florentine republicanism in Machiavelli's republican treatise, the Discursus florentinarum rerum post mortem iunioris Laurentii Medices (Discourse on Florentine Affairs After the Death of Lorenzo de' Medici) from 1520.
In truth the book is less about interpreting Kelman's fiction and politics than enfolding both into a highly-wrought discursus on late capitalism and the politics of class.
A discursus on utopia follows, beginning with Georg Lukacs and Ernst Bloch on expressionism and proceeding to Marcuse.
This discussion also includes a fascinating discursus on Raphael's tomb, planned by the artist himself, and its subsequent history.
The two chapters in Notes of a Director devoted to an actor's internal and external technique are prefaced by an impatient discursus on "dilettantism versus mastery" (Zapiski 109-15/66-72).
Auch Beisers Hinweis, dass Wolffs Kunstphilosophie unter dem Terminus "technologia" zu finden sei, ist zumindest irrefuhrend, denn Wolff definiert in seinem Discursus praeliminaris, dass Technologie "die Wissenschaft dessen, was mit Hilfe der Leibesorgane, vorzuglich der Hande, von den Menschen zustande gebracht wird" ([section]71).
Habria en esta epoca, por fin, un Maquiavelo mas teorico o simplemente mas utopico y "platonico" como el que claramente se encuentra en el Discursus o en el segundo capitulo, el de la polibiana constitucion mixta, del primer libro de Discorsi?
Beaupied (foreign languages, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia) offers a fascinating discursus into the meaning and nuances of the concept of liberty as revealed in the writings of Cuban novelists, poets, film makers, and others from the 19th century through the 21st.
En esta parte estan fichadas, entre otras: la obra del estadista y economista italiano Giovanni Botero, De Praedicatione Verbi Dei, estampada en Paris en 1585; los Discursus praedicables super Mysteria Fidei (85) de Fray Juan de Ovando, edicion parisina de 1606; los cuatro tomos de las Homiliae qradagesimales (86) del padre jeronimo Bautista de Lanuza, en su edicion de Amberes de 1649; la primera edicion alemana de Mensa spiritualium ciborum pro verbi divini concionatoribus, del jesuita Diego Lopez de Messa, estampada en Colonia en 1621; o los sermones latinos (87) del jesuita Alfonso de Avila, un tomo en 8 impreso en Paris en 1610.
He offers a stimulating discursus on Apuleius' use of 'lepidus' and 'festivus' and their function in the repertoire of canonical classical authors.