Laeso

Laeso

 

an island in the Kattegat; part of Denmark. Area, 111 sq km; population, 2,700 (1970). The surface is flat and low; a band of dunes, rising to 21 m, stretches along the northern shore. Rye, oats, and sugar beets are grown on the island, which also has dairy cattle.

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Sancta deis pietas sacrari poscit, & aris: Caetera non laeso numine, amicus habet.
(1.) This article is based on my opening paper delivered at the Twelfth International Symposium of the European Branch of the International Consortium of Social Development, in Laeso, Denmark, September 22-25, 2010.
(28) Ibid., [section]17: "Injuria in statu mere naturali dat laeso jus libertatis, facultatis potestatisque omnimodae, seu Jus belli in laedentem societatis ruptorem.
The first comes from the well-known beginning of the epic: Musa, mihi causas memora: quo numine laeso ...
Scilicet in superis etiam fortuna luenda est, nec veniam laeso numine casus habet.
intellegit magni animi esse iniurias in summa potentia pati nec quicquam esse gloriosius quam principe impune laeso (1, 20, 3).
His principle of the "matter-soul composite" which is the metaphysical basis of his theory of human emotional reaction, dates back to Tertullian's only work of truly innovative thinking, De Anima: The soul certainly sympathises with the body, and shares in its pain, when ever it is injured by bruises, and wounds, and sores: the body, too, suffers with the soul [porro et animam compati corpori, cui laeso ictibus vulneribus ulceribus condolescit, et corpus animae], and is united with it (whenever it is afflicted with anxiety, distress, or love) in the loss of vigour which its companion sustains, whose shame and fear it testifies by its own blushes and paleness.