notitia

notitia

(nəʊˈtɪʃɪə)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a register or list, esp of ecclesiastical districts
[C18: Latin, literally: knowledge, from notus known]
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Proprio in questa prospettiva pensiamo che sarebbe auspicabile--ponderando i pro e i contro--una formalizzazione nel diritto vigente di una norma analoga a quella cassata del Codex pianobenedettino (83), contemplando espressamente la denuncia (non l'obbligo giuridico di denuncia) dei fedeli quale canale della notitia criminis, sia pur opportunamente cinta da garanzie (severita della punizione della denuncia calunniosa, oltre al presidio granitico dello ius defensionis del denunciato) in funzione dissuasiva rispetto ad iniziative inconsulte e temerarie.
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Petronii Arbitri Satyricon (Notitia Literaria in Petronius 1790, xxiv).