prooemium

prooemium

(prəʊˈiːmɪəm) or

prooemion

n
(Rhetoric) other words for proem
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(5) De ente et essentia, prooemium: <<Quia parvus error in principio magnus est in fine>>.
For that purpose, she looks directly at Ramus's discourse conducted in texts like his Aristotelicae animadversiones (1543), Dialecticae institutiones (1554), and Prooemium reformandae Parisiensis Academiae (1562).
De Vivo 1985, 259 who argues for the "autonomy" of the scientific sections as part of the project of variety outlined by the programmatic prooemium.
(54) Prooemium, In Librum De Divinis Nominibus, ed.
47, noting that the text of the statutes in Italian commences with an invocation in Latin beginning with the words that once again celebrate "Divine" Tobit: "In capitula Misericordiae Collegii Divo Thobi[a]e dedicata Prooemium." A detail only of the has-de-page featuring the roundel picturing Tobit piously lowering a corpse into the ground is reproduced in Giuseppe Vignini, "La Consegna della veste agli stracciafogli," Misericordia Firenze 770 (1244-2014): Una Sconfinata caritd, supplement to San Sebastiano: Periodico della Misericordia di Firenze, anno 66, no.
The Mixed Commission went to work in November 1962 and made an early decision to give the schema the new title, De divina revelatione, and to have it open with a prooemium on revelation in itself (eventually, nos.