Taedium

Tae´di`um


n.1.See Tedium.
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Even disgust at this pretentiousness, weariness of the thousand-hued glitter, the taedium vitae that in the end overcomes many, does not set them free.
Esta composicion algo simplista de bohemia existencialista--la muchacha presa de taedium vitae, echada en un sofa al declinar el dia--encuentra eco en poses mas tardias.
Such unbearable state of suspension was formerly referred to as taedium vitae--the weariness with life filled with sadness, unfulfilled longings and disappointment by lack of any chance for improvement of the situation.
El motivo del taedium vitae estructura la idea del laberinto borgiano, en una sola direccion, desplazando el eje de la perspectiva cristiana hacia la teogonia del mundo griego, en que la muerte era valida como coronacion de una vida noble en cuanto se cultivara la virtud, demostrada en el equilibrio de mente y cuerpo.
Se puede decir que en el fondo de todos estos movimientos unificadores se esconde en algun lugar agazapado el miedo a volvernos locos, caer en la despersonalizacion, sentirnos perdidos o empantanarnos en la depresion que aparece como aburrimiento, taedium vitae, esplin (12) o depresion.
Resumen: El presente trabajo Intenta mostrar el modo en que Tomas de Aquino tematiza el vicio de la acedia como taedium operandi en la Summa Theologiae ll-ll, q.
Acedia, tristitia, taedium vitae, desidia, todos nombres de un mismo mal, aquel que da muerte al alma (Agamben 1995, 21).
Similarly, in the next letter, 91 09 14 BR, I find the eighteenth-century editor Burman's punctuation much more readable than De Landtsheer's: Tu vero non molestus interpellator et saepe eveniant mihi tales, ut per viam defessis, iucundus comes taedium levat et laborem.
The reasons for these self-inflicted deaths were neither pudor (otherwise an important ground for taking one's own life in this typically shame culture) nor taedium vitae, but rather the motivation of choosing a more honourable death, especially for an aristocrat.
Of the six motives underlying the suicide attempt, only inpatientia doloris refers exclusively to a physical ailment, while morbus and taedium vitae can relate both to a bodily and a mental impairment.
La teoria del luto, fundamental para la epoca, hallaba en el taedium vitae su forma de subjetivacion caracteristica.
If previously Tiberius had not dared to accuse Agrippina of any sexual indiscretions, now he does by accusing her of adultery: enimvero Tiberius foedissimis criminationibus exarsit, impudicitiam arguers et Asinium Callum adulterum, eiusque morte ad taedium vitae compulsam (Ann.