Disputatio:Progressus durabilis

Latest comment: abhinc 4 menses by Andrew Dalby in topic "... ut et ipsis posterisque ..."

Lemma et definitio recensere

"Devolutio durabilis est devolutio vel civilizatio quae praesentes populi opes naturales uteri pro iuribus populi futuri est cum minima pollutione."—Anglice videtur haec sententia significare "A lasting degeneration [spinoff, rolling down, falling] is a degeneration or a civilization that a people's present natural resources of a womb in favor of the rights of a future people is with the smallest defilement." IacobusAmor 17:15, 15 Novembris 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Ita quidem! :–) Profecto multa corrigenda sunt, sed titulus et lemma quam citissime mutanda sunt, ne extravicipaedianis Latine callentibus ridiculi videamur. Fauste evenit quod fontem extravicipaedianum habemus huius termini aliquantulum arcani: progressus durabilis (Pekkanen & Pitkäranta). Itaque non esse videtur, quin titulum mutemur. Neander (disputatio) 15:29, 8 Ianuarii 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Optime, emendationis gratias tibi ago.Jondel (disputatio) 02:30, 9 Ianuarii 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

"... ut et ipsis posterisque ..." recensere

Writing " et ... -que " to mean " et ... et " seemed odd to me. I happen to have Cassell's Latin Dictionary handy, and indeed I see there: " et ... -que: rare, but found in Cicero." Toddcs (disputatio) 23:54, 19 Octobris 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

"Both for themselves and for those who come later", emphasizing "both". Is that it? I think it's good (I'm glad if Cicero thought so too). Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 14:28, 20 Octobris 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Revertere ad "Progressus durabilis".