5) Richard Newhauser, "Augustinian vitium
curiositatis and Its Reception," in Saint Augustine and His Influence in the Middle Ages, Sewanee Medieval Studies 3, ed.
ira per vitium
is found in Book V, chapter 45 of Gregory's Moralia in Iob, Libri I-X, CCSL 143, ed.
10) This corruption of the moral root of human nature was what Augustine called the vitium
of Original Sin.
Timens veto deprehendi a viro, mulierem minus providam et certam [sic], in vitium
flecti aggressus est.
As an example among many, it seems convenient to recall the critique put forward by Schelling in his Lectures on the History of Modern Philosophy, which accused Hegel of having committed, at the beginning of his logic, a vitium
subreptionis in that the subject of the movement of thought is not reason (Vernunft), which trespasses from the beginning in the further process of self-mediation.
Contents: "Aenigma Salomonis: Manichaean Anti-Genesis Polemic and the vitium
curiositatis in Confessions III.
This criticism does not in itself prove that it was not addressed to 2 bishop, since medieval poets often did attempt to extract payment from their patrons by warning slyly against the vitium
Cum vero id vitium
quod mulierum est proprium cuiusque qui naturale quoddam faciunt aliqua venia digne sunt, etiam mares usurpent, tantus cumulus accedit avirorum scelerum ut mulieres a viris in omni vitiorum ac flagitii genere longissime superentur .
612C: 'Omnis enim fellis amaritudo debet abesse a cordibus nostris; nullum a deo pessimum vitium
est sicut odium [cf.
In A Dialogue Between a Liar and a Friend of Truth, Philetymus remarks that liars are also prone to stealing; "this vice," he tells the liar, "is closely related to yours, as is also attested by a popular proverb" (Hoc vitium
esse tuo cognatum testatur etiam populare prouerbium, ASD, 1, 3: 320, lines 10-12).
nec referam, in us, qui Aulici esse non possunt, quemadmodum aut vitium
aliquod insigne, aut ridiculum ingnim, aut mores agrestes & inurbanos, aut speciem deformem, delinearit" (iv).
12 a relevant passage from the Statuta populi et communis Florentiae of 1415, printed in a modern edition (Freiburg, 1778-83): "Nefandi facinoris ipsique naturae contrarii, et enormis criminis putredinem abhorrentes, quale est vitium
sodomiticum, et volentes in hoc pro extirpatione huius modi criminis in augmentum aliorum ordinamentorum possetenus providere, discernimus quod .