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Libertas loquendi

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Libertas loquendi[1][2] sive libertas dicendi[3][4] sive sermonis[5][6][7] sive orationis[8] est ius rationum locutione communicandarum. Pars iurum humanorum consideratur et iurum humanorum declaratione universali (art. 19) et Pactione Internationali de Iuribus Civilibus et Politicis protegitur.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Cic., Fam. 9.22.1; Prop. 1.127; Iuv. 2.111.
  2. Branham & Goulet-Cazé 1996: 191; Burt 1994: 31; Fairey 2005: 91; Moul 2010: 57.
  3. Burt 1994: 31.
  4. Owen, John (Anglice). The works of John Owen, Volume 4. p. 104 
  5. Davidis Morgan Lexicon Anglico-Latinum, nondum editum.
  6. Del Col, Iosephus Ioannes (Hispanice). Vivae Latinitatis voces locutionesque e scriptis magisterii ecclesiastici collectae et cum sermone Hispano comparatae. p. 23 
  7. Golius, Theophilus (Latine). Aristotelis Doctrinae Moralis: Ex Decem Libris Ethicorum Ad Nicomachum Ad Nicomachum. p. 265 
  8. Faber, George Stanley. The History of the Ancient Vallenses and Albigenses. p. 136 et 369 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Branham, R. Bracht & Goulet-Cazé, Marie-Odile. 1996. The Cynics: The Cynic Movement in Antiquity and Its Legacy. University of California Press.
  • Burt, Richard. 1994. The Administration of Aesthetics: Censorship, Political Criticism, and the Public Sphere. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Fairey, Emily. 2006. Slavery in the classical utopia: A comparative study. ProQuest.
  • Moul, Victoria. 2010. Jonson, Horace and the Classical Tradition. Cambridge University Press.
  • Owen, John. 1826. The works of John Owen, Volume 4. R.Baynes.

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