VERAM

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VERAMVirtual Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology
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subtiliter, lector, quod autor non ponit istam sententiam tanquam veram,
PP IV, Jeauneau cit., 40: "Immo vero intelligo non aliam esse substantiam totius hominis nisi suam notionem in mente artificis, qui omnia priusquam fierent in se ipso cognovit, ipsamque cognitionem substantiam esse veram ac solam eorum quae cognita sunt, quoniam in ipsa perfectissime facta et aeternaliter et immutabiliter subsistunt".
154: "Ideo omnis propositio asserens se essefalsam, sive directe sive consecutive, est falsa, quia licet qualiter significet esse ita sit quantum ad hoc quod significat se esse falsam, tamen non qualiter significat esse ita est quantum ad hoc quod significat se esse veram. Ideo est falsa et non vera, quia ad veritatem requiritur non solum quod qualiter significat ita sit, sed quod qualitercumque significat ita sit".
O felix puerperium laetabile angelis, optabile sanctis, necessarium perditis, congruum profligatis: qui post multas assumptae carnis injurias, ad ultimum verberatus flagris, potatus felle, affixus patibulo, ut te veram matrem ostenderet, verum se hominem patiendo monstravit.
He has no doubt the letters stand for "Oro Ut Omnes Sequantur Viam Ad Veram Vitam" - I pray that all may follow the Way to True Life.
ej: <<Quae autem posteriori loco tractatand sunt, eo spectare debebunt ut Generali Praeposito veram et utilem notitiam de statu Domorum et Collegiorum ac totius Provinciae, universaque eius administratione>> ...
(29) DM 48.2.8: "Hic ergo per actionem immanentem intelligimus veram ac propriam efficientiam quorumdam actuum qui manent in ipsis potentiis a quibus fiunt easque informant." The translation is mine.
Texto: sic et Dominus, delectum faciens animarum, voluntates illarum scrutatur ac si quam hipocrisim deprehenderit occultatam, reiicit hominem, tanquam ad veram illius militiam non idoneum; si vero dignum invenerit, huic libenter confert gratiam.
(85) At the beginning of his magisterial work on Roman private law, Kaser asserts that "the Roman jurists find the way to the right knowledge of law with their ingenious intuition, thanks to their sure philosophy of life." (86) Therefore, one of the greatest Roman jurists, Ulpian, can assert in the first fragment of the Digest that the jurists in their endeavor to realize justice strive for the true philosophy and not for a simulated one (veram nisi fallor philosophiam, non simulatam affectantes).
[...] [N]othing is determined of the manner or action, and it may as truly (for aught we know) be termed impulse or protrusion as attraction." (30) It is also important to realize that attraction is adhered to by Newton as a mathematical hypothesis rather than a "true and physical quality" ("qualitatem veram et physicam").
Esa culta edicion vio la luz en 1525 bajo el titulo: Hymni novi ecclesiastici iuxta veram metri et latinitatis normam (cfr.
(1965) De modo perviniendi ad veram Corporum Analysin et rerum naturalium causas, en Die philosophischen Schriften 7, pp.