avaritia


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Synonyms for avaritia

reprehensible acquisitiveness

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Para Spinoza, la "templanza" (temperantia), la "sobriedad" (sobrietas) y la "castidad" (castitas) nos brindan alegria, y son mas bien "la gula (luxuria), la embriaguez (ebrietas), la lujuria (libido), la avaricia (avaritia) y la ambicion (ambitio)" las que nos hacen sentir tristeza (30).
Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae), the main bloodsucking Ceratopogonidae, is the largest genus, which contain 1,210 species worldwide (Borkent & Wirth 1997).During entomological surveys in the Kuankuoshui National Nature Reserve of Guizhou Province, female specimens of Culicoides belonging to an undescribed species of the subgenus Avaritia were collected.
Walid, who won the Best Short award for his film, Bra-et Al Rouh at the Best Shorts competition in California in 2012, is currently filming Avaritia, about a money obsessed banker.
In satire 2.3, where by means of a dialogue between the poet and the Stoic philosopher Damasippus the former parodies the famous Stoic paradox that only the sapiens is mentally sound, while every fool is insane (4), the hellebore is considered to be an antidote for passions such as avaritia, ambitio and audacia; cf.
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.
"Inrupit in res optime positas avaritia et, dum seducere aliquid cupid atque suum vertere, omnia fecit aliena et in angustum se ex immense redigit.
The same has to be said in the context of an interesting passage on the Macedonian administration in Iran: Invisum Macedonum nomen avaritia eorum (scil.
quicquam gratuito facit), hence greed is living amongst the dead (ergo et inter mortuos avaritia vivit; 6,18,6).
Beneficio esperado Beneficio concertado (incierto) (fijo) 18% 6% 15% 5% 12% 4% Finalmente, el contrato trino--que, como se ha indicado, salvo por Azpilcueta, no era aceptado por los demas doctores teologos hispanos--fue declarado ilicito precisamente en 1586 por el Papa Sixto V en su Bula Detestabilis avaritia, por la que condenaba los contratos de asociacion en los que, cualquiera que fuese el resultado, se previera que el capital no se veria afectado por las perdidas y que cada ano se pagaria una cantidad fija al socio o participe: el arriendo de la ganancia.
Su alcune figure umanistiche della Institutio vitae" Paolo Viti, "Leonardo Bruni e la vita civile," Maria Teresa Ricci, "Vie solitaire et vie civile chez Poggio Bracciolini De avaritia, De vera nobilitate, Contra hypocritas" Laurent Gerbier, "La critique machiavelienne de l'otium," Stephane Toussaint, "Sul mito della mano in Bruno e Ficino," and Cesare Vasoli, "L'esempio della vita speculativa nelle Camaldulenses Disputationes di Cristoforo Landino: Paolo Dal Pozzo Toscanelli." (Craig Kallendorf, Texas A&M University)
26.1, where they appear alongside petulantia, libido, and avaritia (insolence, lust, and greed), all aspects of his intrinsic wickedness and by no means merely signs of his uneasy adolescence; note, too, luxuria immoderatissima at Suet.
El sentido conmemorativo que informo la transformacion de Corsignano, habria que buscarlo o estaria en sintonia con la concepcion de la avaricia de Poggio Bracciolini (De avaritia, escrita entre 1428 y 1429), no como esteril posesion sino como fecunda acumulacion de bienes, tal como puede colegirse del parrafo siguiente:
My name is Avaritia. I am the fifth daughter of Lucifer.
Commencing with the eight temptations (or logismoi) identified by Evagrius of Pontus (the Latin equivalents are gula, luxuria, avaritia, tristitia, ira, acedia, vana Gloria, and superbia), Tambling considers the codification undertaken by Gregory the Great who reduced the eight temptations to seven cardinal sins (or 'tendencies' as they are called on p.
The theme I am exploring is intertwined with Dante's political thinking in such a way that it is impossible to consider his lamentations over the flight of Iustitia from the world without summoning up the cause thereof, avaritia, and without recalling the association of both with the myth of the Golden Age.