MULTAM

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MULTAMMultiple Target Assessment Model
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(61) Gottfried of Viterbo, Pantheon, Joannes Pistorius, Germanicorum scriptorum, qui rerum a germanis per multam aetates gestarum historias vel annales posteris reliqverunt (Hanoviae: Typis Wechelianis apud haeredes, 1613), col.
Notons que le "am" de multam se perd, creant une elision entre "mult" et "accepit": un mot envahit l'autre, inondant une frontiere phonetique comme l'eau marecageuse qui entre dans la barque.
He who owes money is made poorer, and he who lends it by this kind of enriching himself increases the number of his sins." (7) Again he says, Sicutfermentum modicum, quod mittitur in multam farinam, totam conspersionem corrumpit, and so forth: "Just as a little leaven leavens the whole lump of dough, so usury, when it comes into one's house, draws all his substance, and changes it into debt." (8)
Como san Agustin, Lombardo elige tambien el enfoque cristologico a cuya luz trata el tema del hombre y se pregunta por las razones de la benevolencia divina, que elige precisamente asumir la naturaleza humana -tam fragilis, taro despecta, tamen memor es per multam miserationem.
Tebaldus recounted how some of Ubaldus's youthful friends taunted him, saying that his relatives were enjoying his inheritance while he had nothing and urging him, "Take a wife becoming of your nobility and manfully (viriliter) reclaim your inheritance!" Ubaldus, called here for the first time in the life vir Dei, responds: "Far be it from me to give up my virginity, already consecrated to the Lord, and pollute the cleanliness of my integrity with female rankness!" In the face of this temptation and tormented by the deplorable state of the clergy around him, God gives Ubaldus great manly courage (virtutam multam) and His strength (opem suam).
(109.) For both 2) and 3) see the edition by During, 154-55: "Habuit autem multam dilectionem erga Platonem Aristotiles, et quod sit verum paret ex eo quod aram consecravit ei in qua scripsit ita: "Aram Aristotiles fundavit hanc Platonis, / viri quem non est conveniens malis laudare." (See Ficino, 1:770: "Aram Aristoreles hanc Platoni dicavit, uno quem nephas est a malis laudari.")