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(Christianity) any of the sections into which a creed or other statement of doctrine is divided

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En el caso concreto del valor que ha de tener la pericia, historicamente se han dado dos orientaciones que podemos resumir en los axiomas siguientes: por una parte, <<peritis in arte credendum est>> (95) (los peritos deben ser creidos) y por otra parte, <<dictum periti non transit in rem iudicatam>> (lo dicho por los peritos nunca tienen autoridad de cosa juzgada) (96).
Instead of reciting the hollow credendum of uniformity, maritime courts should confront the policy reasons favoring the defense of assumption of the risk in the dangerous realm of competitive boatracing.
Sed hoc videro: certe quidem ad naturam rerum erit accommodanda narratio, atque ita cuncta dicenda, ut ad credendum iudices ipsa natura deducat" (Halm 1863, 323).
Ego, inquit, poeta sum et, ut spero, non humillimi spiritus, si modo coronis aliquid credendum est, quas etiam ad imperitos deferre gratia solet.
Between 1950 and 1959 Schuman wrote more than ten new works or arrangements, which ranged from his folksy baseball opera, The Mighty Casey (1953), to a one-movement work of great symphonic power, Credendum (1955), to his most audience-friendly and engaging New England Triptych (1956), to his haunting choral work, Carols of Death (1959) with text by Walt Whitman.
Probablemente Campanella pretende polemizar con Maquiavelo, que en Il Principe, VI, sostiene que este debe disponer sus asuntos de tal manera que obligue al pueblo a creer por la fuerza en el instante mismo en que se haya vuelto incredulo, como recuerda el Theophrastus redivivus, 360: "propterea necesse est principem res suas ita disponere, ut vi populum ad credendum cogat, statim atque incredulus factus est.
(18.) Quamvis ut dolorem absentiae suae in fidelium animis leniret, Eucharistiam etiam inveniret, ante alios tamen, et propter unam Mariam praecipue hoc sacramentum institutum fuisse, credendum est; ut posset post Christu in caelos ascensum Filii absentiam facilius sustinere, hoc vivifico Pane beatitudinis dilame rices subrogante: ivi.
Jackson uses this example to illustrate that the criterion for medieval authors and readers is not historical accuracy, that which is believable ('credibile'), but whether the information serves to strengthen the reader's faith ('credendum').
[Peregrinus]: O stulti et tardi corde ad credendum in omnibus que locuti sunt prophete, alleluia!
ita credendum est ilium virum suae feminae, uni unum, hominem homini, coniugem coniugi, ad Dei legem transgrediendam non tamquam verum loquenti credise seductum, sed sociali necessitudine paruisse.
.] Et quod dicitur de secta ad vocem probandam dici poterit de secta producta ad tallias probandas, contra quas sine secta prolatas simplici sacramento negantis erit credendum. Secus tamen erit in ciuitatibus et nundinis et inter mercatores, quibus ex gratia principis conceditur ob fauorem mercatorum quod parti affirmatiue secundum legem mercatoriam erit probacio concedenda, et ipsis conceditur tallias dedictas probare per testes et per patriam") (Richardson and Sayles 1955, p.
Virginis, caput primum Quod somniis non sit credendum, in Opera, ed.