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Mores humani. Prandium agricolae, pictura a Didaco Velázquez facta.

Mores (-um, m.) sunt actiones, consuetudines et usus, qui inter homines instituti sunt, ut sibi suisque quisque morigeratur, ac circa locorum organismorumque vicissitudinibus obtemperare possit. Sensu latissimo (et quidem per metaphoram) mores etiam ad rem pertinent, quomodo alii organismi se gerant suisque circumiectis obsequantur.

De moribus humanis[recensere | fontem recensere]

De moribus humanis hic legi potest.

Mores ad voluntatem referuntur. Primo mos voluntatem unius hominis significavit,[1] deinde voluntatem quandam communem ("mores maiorum"), in qua cives fere omnes taciti aut conscii adquiescunt.

De animalium moribus[recensere | fontem recensere]

De moribus animalium hic legi potest.

Systemata endocrinum et nervosum animalium mores moderantur. Cum systema nervorum multiplex sit, constat etiam mores organismi multiplices esse. Itaque organismi multiplicia nervorum systemata habentes nova responsa melius discunt, et sic mores suos melius ad vicissitudines circumiectorum accommodant. Mores animalium vel innati vel docti sunt.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ut in Plaut., Bacch. 459 "Obsequens oboediensque est mori atque imperiis patris."

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