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Williams and Douglas Emory Wilson (Belknap-Harvard, 1987), xcii + 409 pp., $115.50.
"Containing an Information of Parnassus, against the Modern Men of Learning," P2, XCII; P, CXXVI.
(1.) Anne Buttin, Henry Bordeaux, romancier savoyard (Chambery: Societe Savoisienne d'Histoire et d'Archeologie, tome XCII, 1990), 71.
See Jurgen Habermas, "Reconciliation through the public use of reason: Remarks on John Rawls's Political Liberalism", The Journal of Philosophy, XCII, 3 (March 1995): 109-131, and John Rawls, "Reply to Habermas", The Journal of Philosophy, XCII, 3 (March, 1995): 132-180.
Les editeurs donnent en annexe de leur edition des epigrammes (326-36) les trois pieces qui avaient ete censurees, pour des raisons morales (XCIII) ou politiques (XCI et XCII), dans l'edition d'Utrecht 1541, mais que Bosscha et Scriverius, en 1619, avaient deja retablies.
la traduccion se fuerza para obviar que pedem observare no quiere decir mas que "prestar atencion a con que pie se hacen las cosas": el izquierdo es nefasto, el derecho fasto (o sea, hay que empezar las cosas por/con el pie derecho; Petronio, Satiricon, XXX, 5 y ss.; Plinio, NH, II, 7; Suetonio, Augusto, XCII, I; Martin, 2004: 16);
(xcii) The missionaries felt that the giving of this instruction was one of their most urgent responsibilities and the daily Scripture were given by the missionaries themselves.
(xcii) As elites que comandam os aparelhos de estado, mesmo nos paises mais pobres do Sul, frequentemente se beneficiam materialmente do regime global neoliberal.