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Nazwisko i imię 100 LANGE Karol 94 DZIEMIAŃCZYK Filip 63 ZABROCKI Damian Szkoła SP KLESZCZELE SP KLESZCZELE SP CZYŻE Punkty 75 69 64 IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXI XXXII XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII XXXVIII XXXIX XL XLI XLII XLIII XLIV XLV 43 103 16 17 80 112 83 38 39 71 42 64 85 75 32 101 4 73 105 104 5 2 19 102 40 44 114 31 113 72 6 3 95 65 82 45 1 18 84 7 46 87 OWERCZUK Damian OWŁASIUK Norbert ADAMCZYK Kacper MORDOŃ Michał CZUMACZENKO Daniel ADAMOWICZ Mateusz NIEPOGODA Wojciech GOLONKO Grzegorz STANISZEWSKI Kacper SIMONIUK Michał CIEŚLAK Bartosz JAKONIUK Igor KOSTECKI Mateusz CZMIEL Jan NIECIEJOWSKI Oskar POSKROBKO Kamil FILINOWICZ Franciszek DANILUK Bartosz KONOPKO Kacper WITOMSKI Piotr WOŁKOWYCKI Michał MOSZCZYŃSKI Kamil CZARNOCKI Andrzej CZEMERYS Bartek OMELIANIUK Krzysztof BRUSZEWSKI Wojciech NIEDŹWIEDŹ Maciej BOŁBOT Michał HAWIEŃCZYK Jakub PIETROCZUK Łukasz CZYŻ Marcin DOLIŃSKI Stanisław WEREMCZUK Marcin LEONIUK Łukasz OSTAPCZUK Bartosz GLENCNER Kamil KRZYWOSZEJ Jakub KARPIUK Jakub ABLEWICZ Mateusz PLEWA Dominik KLUKOWICZ Dominik ZIN Mateusz SP BIAŁOWIEŻA SP NAREW SP 2 HAJNÓWKA SP 2 HAJNÓWKA SP DUBICZE C.
xxxviii Central Asia ................................................................................................. xxxix Middle East and North Africa ...............................................................
XXXVIII.transfer of Weber's law and the fact of the threshold into internal psychophysics.
Extrait de l’Histoire littéraire de la France, Tome XXXVIII, 2e partie.
Canons of the Holy Local Council of Laodicea 34. It has pleased the Council to decree that no one shall sell any ecclesiastical property, or anything owned by a, church; which thing, if it affords no revenue, and there is a serious exigency, should be presented to the eyes of the Primate (or Chief Bishop), and together with the fixed number of Bishops, he should deliberate as to what ought to be done with it. But if there be such an urgent exigency of the church as to preclude deliberation before the sale, the Bishop must call in neighboring Bishops as witnesses, taking care to point out to the Synod all the circumstances that have beset his church; which if he fail to do so he shall be responsible to God and to the Synod, and shall be alienated from his own honor. (An cc XXXI, XLI; c. XII of the 7th; c. XV of Ancyra; c. XXIV of Antioch; c. XLI of Carthage; c. II of Cyril.). Interpretation. Church property ought to be inalienable and irremovable from the churches owning it. For this reason the present Canon forbids every bishop to sell anything belonging to his church. But if it should happen that any real estate of a church fails to produce fruits or a profit, and an occasion arises in which it becomes necessary to sell the property owing to some urgent exigency, the bishop must communicate this fact to the Metropolitan, and they must take counsel and deliberate concerning this matter with the twelve bishops appointed for this purpose. But if there should ensue any such great urgency that time does not suffice for such interrogation and the holding of a deliberate council, he must at least call in the neighboring bishops as witnesses, in order to be able to use their testimony as evidence to show to the Synod which is held annually and declare all the circumstances and needs of his church, on account of which he was compelled to sell the real estate. If he fail to do this, he is to become responsible both to God and to the Synod, and is to be shorn of his prelatical dignity and deposed from office. See also Ap. c. XXXVIII.
Cosa tanto más deseable para la labor del editor cuanto que el manuscrito comienza con el capítulo XXXVII al que siguen los capítulos XLV-XLVII, y sólo luego vienen los capítulos XXXVIII-XLIV.
Nonetheless, he was regarded as a great sage and as a prophet whose name was synonymous with Persian wisdom, or as the founder of the Magian priesthood who are sometimes said to be his pupils and followers.xxxviii For the sake of clarification, we need to consider Nietzsche’s Zarathustra against the backdrop of Iranian studies in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries.