"Then let us put up an orison." Pulling off his cap, and clasping his hands, he chanted in a shrill voice: "Benedictus dominus Deus meus, qui docet
manus meas ad proelium, et digitos meos ad bellum." A strange figure he seemed to his three squires, perched on his huge horse, with his eyes upturned and the wintry sun shimmering upon his bald head.
La letra gesta docet
. Desde la letra no se accede al sentido anagogico sin las mediaciones alegorica y tropologica.
Et intellectus est de memoria et voluntate: de memoria est in quantum ipsa exigit adimpleri speciebus quas intellectus in ipsa ponat; est de voluntate in quantum tendit primus et docet
ipsam quae obiecta sunt amabilia et quae odibilia.
(7) Sigbjorn Sonnesyn, "Qui recta quae docet
sequitur, uere philosophus est: The Ethics of John of Salisbury," A Companion to John of Salisbury, 308-311, 335-338.
Quo res Romana deducta sit eventus docet
. Quid loquar de Atheniensibus qui, post maximos hostiles exercitus proelio superatos, discordia civium eo calamitatis devenerunt ut Athenae funditus eversae sint.
- Revista intercontinental "Ducit et Docet
" de investigacion (no disponible en Internet)
At her feet are books, one of which is inscribed Bocciana Docet
, referring to the teachings of the Accademia Bocciana.
It is all summed up in the old Latin phrase - experientia docet
- experience teaches.
tu, Tityre, lentus in umbra / Formosam resonare docet
Amaryllida silvas" (You Tityrus, at ease in the shade, teach the woods to re-echo the name beautiful Amaryllis.) Frost's oven bird in his prosaic eclogue "makes the solid tree trunks sound again." "Sound again" is a perfect translation into the American vernacular of the Latin "resonare."
13) recoge una composicion en coplillas que define estos cuatro sentidos: "littera gesta docet
/ quid credas allegoria / moralis quid agas / quo tendas anagogia".
Apparently a few years earlier than Raphael's letter, Francesco Albertini said, "Roma quantafuit, ipsa ruina docet
" or "How great Rome was, the very ruins tell us." A policy of measured preservation and restoration, though, had to endure a lot of mistakes and opposition.
2: <<Educat obstetrix, educat nutrix, instituit paedagogus, docet