fastidium

fastidium

(fas-tid'e-um) [L., aversion]
Aversion to food or eating. See: anorexia nervosa
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La presencia de tales topicos tan poco estudiados como "lo indecible", el fastidium, la pauca e multis, el dubitatio y el occupatio, entre varios otros senalados por la Antiguedad y la tradicion espanola, es suficiente para concluir que Cieza, al par de un Inca Garcilaso, un Francisco Lopez de Gomara o un Bartolome de Las Casas, es uno de los cronistas mas habiles en el "arte" de escribir de la epoca colonial.
Media igitur plerumque itur via, et ad evitandem ignorantiae turpitudinem et legendi fastidium ars una est omnibus ut reliquas scire videri possint."
Thematically, the weariness of a seemingly meaningless repetition, the consequent "nausea" (nausia) and "distaste" (fastidium), and the observation that life may be "superfluous" (supafluum) find striking parallels in Camus and Sartre.
Fastidium is used for anything that produces aversion, from the merely trivial, such as the sight of a bedbug, to the horrendous, such as cannibalism.
Incredibile est quam multa impendantur his novis er iam ad fastidium usque deductis moribus."