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glossa

[′gläs·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A tongue or tonguelike structure in insects, especially the median projection of the labium.
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E utile riportare un pezzo della lunga glossa, nella quale Bernardo introduce una ulteriore distinzione tra gli atti che il collegium compie ex necessitate e gli atti che ex necessitate non fiunt: <<...
Another contrasts the empty margins of Luther's Grunenberg Psalter with the Glossa Ordinaria's exemplification of the necessarily mediated, polysemous traditioning of Scripture (35, 47-8, 63, 72), without mentioning the Talmud.
Un legame propizio per la teologia e la chiesa, Milano: Glossa, 2013.
Abazia di Maguzzano-Lonato (BS), 1-5 luglio 1996, Glossa, Milano 1997, 9-24.
(a cura di), Maschio e femmina li creo, Milano: Glossa, 2008, 233-261.
El comentario del Decretum de Graciano, conocido como la Glossa ordinaria, es critico con Graciano precisamente porque los glosadores rechazan la posibilidad de que los agentes siempre esten ineludiblemente obligados a cometer transgresiones morales.
La escuela de Reims continuaba la tradicion de la de Laon --situada a no muchos kilometros de alli--, donde los discipulos de Anselmo habian redactado la Glossa ordinaria, la cual recorre la Biblia versiculo a versiculo y va elencando autoridades --patristicas y tambien medievales-- que han comentado el pasaje en cuestion; es seguro que Pedro conocio la obra.
Like its predecessor in the series, Margaret Gibson's The Bible in the Latin West (1993), Lesley Smith's book houses a splendid collection of reproductions and detailed descriptions of seminal manuscript texts in medieval theology--in this instance, nonbiblical texts that represent the miscellany of literary genres with which a Bonaventure or Thomas Aquinas would have been at home reading: the Ordinary Gloss on the Bible (the glossa ordinaria), Augustine's De doctrina christiana, Victorine literature, summae, condensed Bibles, tools for preachers, and other pastoral material.
Prospettive interdisciplinari, Glossa, Milano 2004.
Gradually, we see the glossed biblical text come into being, resulting in the marvelous Glossa ordinaria of the High Middle Ages.
Durante estos siglos, la Glossa fue un instrumento habitual de trabajo para casi todos ellos.