superbia


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Synonyms for superbia

unreasonable and inordinate self-esteem (personified as one of the deadly sins)

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In doing so, Rosen steers the Oakeshottian "conversation of mankind" away from the shores of nihilism to which it has devolved under the superbia of the voice of technology.
He had been at Superbia Retirement Village in Oklahoma City for the past 5 years.
Le coscienze oneste erano quasi scandalizzate:--Fino a quando, si dicevano, fino a quando, o Signore, sopporterete Voi la superbia dell'iniquita?
En la temprana Edad Media se desarrollo como instrumento guia de las emociones la doctrina de los siete pecados capitales, doctrina que condenaba junto a la superbia, la avaritia, la luxuria, la ira, la gula y la invidia, tambien la acedia.
23) Im Mittelalter durften in der Regel lediglich Biografien von Heiligen verfasst werden, sonst galt Autobiografie als superbia.
Ben so che la belta ch'al mondo piace E fior caduco e di superbia abonda; Ma de la spoglia fral che mi circonda, Qual si sia, stima in me l'alma non face.
Aunque no se ha conservado ningun Volumen epistolarum de Martin de Braga, es posible que Isidoro se refiera a los tratados morales de Martin de Braga escritos en forma epistolar, en concreto, entre los conservados: De correctione rusticorum (CPL 1086), De ira (CPL 1081), De superbia (CPL 1083), De trina mersione (CPL 1085), Exhortatio humilitatis (CPL 1084)
Soberbia deriva de superbia, es decir, super-bia pasar al otro lado de la vida, excederse, salirse de un campo propio donde se esta seguro y se actua con libertad.
Pietas leads to pax ordinata, in harmony with ordo naturalis; superbia leads to pax perversa, the peace of the diabolic city.
But the head and origin of all sin is the basic sin of Superbia or Pride.
La superbia, la arrogantia, la impudicitia, la impietas, la inconstantia, el latrocinio y la prodigalidad, constituyen aqui un <<caleidoscopio>> de vicios imperiales que se oponen directamente a la moderatio, la comitas, la pietas, la virtus, la constantia y la frugalitas, esenciales a la civilitas del principe en el seno de la sociedad aristocratica.
Interrogando exspectandoque responsum nuntius fessus, ut re imperfecta, redit Gabios; quae dixerit ipse quaeque viderit refert; seu ira seu odio seu superbia insita ingenio nullam eum vocem emisisse.
Primum nequam et maledictis plena: moechationes, homicidia, falsa testimonia, fornicationes, desideria mala, magicae, medicamenta iniqua, furta, uanae superstitiones, rapinae, affectationes, fastidia, malitia, petulantia, cupiditas, impudica loquela, zelus, audacia, superbia, altitudo, uanitas.
Martin imitates de Guise's voice indicating that he is playing both Superbia and de Guise, that the two are synonymous.
The assumption that we are morally competent is evidence of the chief sin: superbia (pride).