Июн 27

Esatto these sayings are appended various aphorisms and elucidations, followed by verso tete-a-tete between Na?man b

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After a number of sayings, partly tannaitic and partly amoraic per origin, come six haggadic aphorisms (7b) transmitted by Johanan in the name of the tanna Simeon ben Yo?ai, the second treating of the same subject as the corrresponding one mediante the previous series. Poi insecable indiscutibile competenza di parole, in parte addirittura moderatamente tannaitic amoraic mediante causa, sono sei aforismi haggadic (7b) trasmessi da Johanan mediante popolarita di Simeone tanna ben Yo?ai, il appresso trama del individuo in persona di quello corrresponding della successione coraggio. Continue reading »

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Июн 16

Commencing then with the first of the above-named characteristics, I say that it would be well puro be reputed liberal

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Commencing then with the first of the above-named characteristics, I say that it would be well puro be reputed liberal

Therefore, any one wishing onesto maintain among men the name of liberal is obliged puro avoid no attribute of magnificence; so that per prince thus inclined will consume con such acts all his property, and will be compelled in the end, if he wish esatto maintain the name of liberal, to unduly weigh down his people, and tax them, and do everything he can esatto get money. This will soon make him odious sicuro his subjects, and becoming poor he will be little valued by any one; thus, with his liberality, having offended many and rewarded few, he is affected by the very first trouble and imperilled by whatever may be the first danger; recognizing this himself, and wishing preciso draw back from it, he runs at once into the reproach of being miserly.

Therefore, verso prince, not being able to exercise this virtue of liberality sopra such per way that it is recognized, except puro his cost, if he is wise he ought not esatto fear the reputation of being mean, for in time he will che razza di puro be more considered than if liberal, seeing that with his economy his revenues are enough, that he can defend himself against all attacks, and is able to engage in enterprises without burdening his people; thus it comes puro pass that he exercises liberality towards all from whom he does not take, who are numberless, and meanness towards those sicuro whom he does not give, who are few. Continue reading »

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