Civilitas

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Civilitas,[1] polítice,[2] política[2] (-ae, f), res/ars política,[2], res civiles,[2] administratio reipublicae/civitatis,[2] est disciplina scientifica quae civitatis, iurum, rectionum, rerumque publicarum naturam investigat, regulas moresque civiles et systemata politica comparans.

Exempli causa, in hac scientia subiectum est civitas, [cuius] perfectio [est illa] optima respublica, ad quam ut ad scopum omnes contenderunt, [quibus] proprietates sunt ut consultare, causas discernere, iudicare, magistratus gerere, aliaque similia quae civitatem ornant et absolvunt. . . . Ita politicae est scientiae non solum optimam rempublicam describere, sed vires, leges, proprietates, aliaque cuncta quae omnibus conveniunt exacte demonstrare.—John Case, Sphaera Civitatis (1588), liber IV, caput I.

Systemata politica seu formae rerum publicarum

Notae

  1. Cassell's: "the science of politics, used by Quint. as a translation of ἠ πολιτική."
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Ebbe Vilborg, Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok, editio secunda, 2009.

Bibliographia

  • Connolly, William E. 1981. Appearance and Reality in Politics. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press.
  • James, Paul, et Nevzat Soguk. 2014. Global Political and Legal Governance. Globalization and Politics, 1. Londinii: Publications.
  • Ryan, Alan. 2012. On Politics: A History of Political Thought from Herodotus to the Present. Londinii: Allen Lane. ISBN 978-0-7139-9364-6.



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