SCRIBO

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SCRIBOSemi-Automatic and Collaborative Retrieval of Information Based on Ontologies
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Musicam, absque demonstrationibus quae melius novistis, iuxta mandatum vestrum brevius ac puerilius, ut potui, ex dictis philosophorum praesentibus, scribo vobis" Michel Robert-Tissot has established by a process of elimination that John of Mirovalle is the only minister general of the order who could have commissioned the Ars musica.
(26) The following topics represent typical lyric preoccupations but can all be seen as reflecting Horace's Greek precursors as well: topics like avoiding to look into the future (permitte divis cetera, Odes 1.11); a lyric vs epic perspective on life (cano / canamus vs scribo; nos convivia, nos proelia virginum-cantamus-non praetor solitum leves, Odes 1.6.
(54.) John wants to emphasize his reliability in an explicit way by assuring us: "Quod vidi loquor et scribo, sciens mihi apud Deum et homines conscientie et fame dispendium imminere, si falsitas presertim de re tanta fuerit in ore et opere meo." Cf.
tantum scribo: si erunt in officio amici, pecunia non deerit; si non erunt, tu efficere tua pecunia non potoris, per fortunas miseras nostras, vide ne puerum perditum perdamus.
It is quite literally the fact that the writer's controlling motto is "Scribo ergo sum": and the verbs of that sentence are always in the present tense.
fundo, non scribo. Nec id nisi in calore et interno quodam impetu, haud aliter quam poetae" (Cent.
10.14.1 lippitudo haec, propter quam non ipse ad te scribo.
Sero stratum linquo et mature repeto; in fenestris multa pruina prospectum absumit; et hic miser scribo, non currente calamo, nam digiti mentesque torpescunt.
Trado, ergo sum, not Cogito, ergo sum or even Scribo, ergo sum, is its existential slogan.