loci classici

loci classici
pl. of LOCUS CLASSICUS.

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  • loci classici — plural form of locus classicus …   English new terms dictionary

  • locus classicus — noun (plural loci classici) Etymology: New Latin Date: 1853 1. a passage that has become a standard for the elucidation of a word or subject 2. a classic case or example …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Locus classicus — Die lateinische Phrase locus classicus (Plural:loci classici) bezeichnet: in den Geisteswissenschaften ein Zitat, das die historisch bekannteste, „klassische“ Formulierung eines Sachverhalts darstellt in der Biologie den Ort des erstmaligen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Beweisstellen — (Dicta probantia s. classica, Loci classici, Sedes doctrinarum), Stellen aus einer unbedingte Autorität genießenden Schrift zur Begründung einer Lehre oder Behauptung, in der Dogmatik aus der Bibel …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • locus classicus — /loh koos klahs si koos /; Eng. /loh keuhs klas i keuhs/, pl. loci classici /loh kee klahs si kee /; Eng. /loh suy klas euh suy , loh kuy klas i kuy /. Latin. classical source: a passage commonly cited to illustrate or explain a subject or word.… …   Universalium

  • Angels —     Angels     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Angels     (Latin angelus; Greek aggelos; from the Hebrew for one going or one sent ; messenger). The word is used in Hebrew to denote indifferently either a divine or human messenger. The Septuagint… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Corsia purpurata — Systematik Klasse: Bedecktsamer (Magnoliopsida) Monokotyledonen Ordnung: Lilienartige (Liliales) Familie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Plato: aesthetics and psychology — Christopher Rowe Plato’s ideas about literature and art and about beauty (his ‘aesthetics’) are heavily influenced and in part actually determined by his ideas about the mind or soul (his ‘psychology’).1 It is therefore appropriate to deal with… …   History of philosophy

  • locus classicus — [ˌləʊkəs klasɪkəs, ˌlɒkəs] noun (plural loci classici ˌləʊsʌɪ klasɪsʌɪ, ˌlɒki: klasɪki:) the best known or most authoritative passage on a subject. Origin L., lit. classical place …   English new terms dictionary

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