necessarium


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necessarium

A privy in an ancient castle or a monastery.
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Videtur quod non sit necessarium, praeterphilosophicas disciplinas, aliam doctrinam haberi.
Pelagius enim non negavit priora auxilia, imo et divinam revelationem esse necessariam asseruit; sed in eo erravit, quod existimavit, proposita lege et veritatis praedicatione, hominem suo naturali arbitrio ac lumine esse sibi sufficientem ad credendum et operandum quidquid est ad salutem necessarium" (F.
"In virtue of his very perfections, God cannot ordain that the elements of a world in the course of growth--or at least of a fallen world in the process of rising again--should avoid shocks and diminishments, even moral ones: necessarium est ut scandala eveniant" [it is necessary that scandals happen] (p.86).