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  • Anyway, sorry to bring up such an old issue again, it's just that this mess irks my sense of what an "ars aequi et boni" should demand at the very least...

    Balkinization

  • They are the source of those famous definitions: of Law (Jus) as “the art of the good and the equitable” (Jus est ars boni et aequi) by Celsus, and of Justice as “the constant and perpetual will to attribute to each his due” (Iusticia est constans et perpetua voluntas ius suum cuique tribuendi) by

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • OEbudarum dominus cum Rossiam iuris calumnia per Gubernatorem sibi ablatam, velut proximus haeres (uti erat) repeteret, ac nihil aequi impetraret, collectis insulanorum decem millibus in continentem descendit; ac Rossiam facile occupavit, cunctis libenter ad iusti domini imperium redeuntibus.

    An Outline of the Relations between England and Scotland (500-1707)

  • Leslie sororem, uxorem habebat, ubi Eufemiam defunctam audivit, à gubernatore postulavit ex haereditate Rossiae comitatum; ubi quum ille nihil aequi respondisset, collecta ex Hebridibus ingenti manu, partim vi, partim benevolentia, secum ducens Rossiam invadit, nee magno negotio in ditionem suam redegit, Rossianis verum recipere haeredem haud quaquam recusantibus.

    An Outline of the Relations between England and Scotland (500-1707)

  • Nam ut pauca quae ratio ualet humana de diuina profunditate perstringam, de hoc quem tu iustissimum et aequi seruantissimum putas omnia scienti prouidentiae diuersum uidetur; et uictricem quidem causam dis, uictam uero Catoni placuisse familiaris noster

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Quod si di placabiles et aequi delicta potentium non statim fulminibus persequuntur, quanto aequius est hominem hominibus praepositum miti animo exercere imperium?

    Shakespeare and the Modern Stage with Other Essays

  • Ergo manifestissime ex his nostris aequi deprehendent lectores, nihil nos quoque habere communionis cum ullis sectis atque haeresibus, quarum, hoc consilio, in singulis prope capitibus, mentionem facimus, easque rejicientes perstringimus.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Tables, -- and look only at those which extended social equality, we find enactments "aequi juris," such as the Lex Canuleia which allowed the intermarriage of patricians and plebeians, and the

    Tacitus and Bracciolini The Annals Forged in the XVth Century

  • From Latin aequi - (equal) + Old French pois (weight), from Latin pendere (to weigh).

    Answers.com: Today's Highlights

  • William, who got the estate of Buckland-Filleigh, and from whom the family in Ireland is descended. d Angligenas intra Cancellos juris et aequi Qui tenuit, cineres jam tenet Urna Viri.

    Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical

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