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" Nimirum recte ; propter virtutem enim iure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur, quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo non a nobis haberemus. "
D. Junii Juvenalis satiræ xiii. Thirteen satires of Juvenal. The Lat. text ... - Page 179
by Juvenal - 1878
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Methodist Review, Volume 31

1849
...unquam ? at quod dives, quod honoratus, quod incolumis ! Propter virtutem enim jure laudamuret in ea recte gloriamur, quod non contingeret, si id donum a Deo, non a nobis haberemus. f J Cicero imagined that man was qualified to attain to the perfection of virtue. De fine, v. 15. Est...
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Cicero: A Sketch of His Life and Works

Hannis Taylor - Constitutional history - 1916 - 615 pages
...was ever known to thank the gods for virtue? But for wealth, for honor, for safety, many. Judicium hoc omnium mortalium est, fortunam a deo petendam, a se ipso sumendam esse sapientiam. ni, 36. It is the universal opinion that we may pray the gods for fortune, but must provide ourselves...
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The Doctrine of Grace Up to the End of the Pelagian Controversy ...

Ernest Jauncey - Grace (Theology) - 1925 - 299 pages
...habere ; virtutem autem nemo unquam acceptam deo rettulit. Nimirum recte ; propter virtutem enim jure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur ; quod non...contingeret, si id donum a deo, non a nobis haberemus. At vero aut honoribus aucti aut re familiari, aut si aliud quippiam nacti sumus fortuiti boni aut depulimiia...
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A Variorum Commentary Of The Poems Of John Milton

Merritt Yerkes Hughes - Literary Criticism - 1975 - 379 pages
...ad. 17 Virtutem autem nemo umquain acceptam deo rettulit. Nimirum recte; propter virtutem enim iure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur, quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo non a nobis haberemus. i. 7. 29 — may be explained by the fact that 'Fortune' is pure accident or chance in which nothing...
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Sobre la Naturaleza de Los Dioses

Marco Tulio Cicerón - 1986 - 318 pages
...habere; virtutem autem nemo umquam acceptam deo rettulit. 87 Nimirum recte; propter virtutem enim iure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur, quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo non a nobis haberemus. At vero aut honoribus aucti aut re familiari aut si aliud quippiam nacti sumus fortuiti boni2 aut depulimus...
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Syntaxe latine

Christian Touratier - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1994 - 754 pages
...rapidement l'assemblée, mais retient Lisais» cf. la fin de Cic., Lael. 22, cité p. 510 iudicium hoc omnium mortalium est, fortunam a deo petendam, a se ipso sumendam esse sapientiam (Cic., mu. deor. 3,88) «ceci est la position de tous les mortels: on doit demander la fortune à Dieu,...
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Bürgerliche Freiheit und christliche Verantwortung: Festschrift für ...

Christoph Link, Heinrich De Wall, Michael Germann - Law - 2003 - 1066 pages
...Eigenverantwortung, wirkungsvoll einander gegenüberstellen. Cicero, de natura deorum III 36, 88 iudicium hoc omnium mortalium est, fortunam a deo petendam, a se ipso sumendam esse sapientiam. Quamvis licet Menti delubra et Virtuti et Fidei consecremus, tamen haec m nobis ipsis sita videmus;...
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La naturalesa dels déus (vol. II i últim)

Ciceró - 1991 - 264 pages
...acceptam deo rettulit. [87] Nimirum recte; propter uirtutem enim iure laudamur et in uirtute recte 25 gloriamur; quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo non a nobis haberemus. At uero aut honoribus aucti aut re familiari, aut si aliud quippiam nacti sumus fortuiti boni aut depulimus...
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M. Tullii Ciceronis De Natura Deorum Libri Tres: With Introduction ..., Volume 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1880
...habere ; virtutem autem nemo umquam acceptam 87 deo rettulit. Nimirum recte; propter virtutem enim jure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur; quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo, non a nobis haberemus. At vero aut honoribus 1 5 aucti aut re familiari, aut si aliud quippiam nacti sumus fortuiti boni aut...
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M. manilii astronomicon liber qvartvs

...umquam acceptam deo rettulit. nimirum recte ; propter uirtutem enim iure laudamur et in uirtute recle gloriamur ; quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo, non a nobis haberemus gaudente ¡am Scaligero suspectum fuit, non enim si gaudente sed si cogente deo homines recte f aceren...
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