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“Here the Latin phrase primum non nocere “First, do no harm” should be the guide.”
“This is the sense in which it is used by St. Thomas in the treatment of natural law; in this sense it is usually called primum principium.”
“Being" he calls the primum philosophicum, because in the mental order it is the primum psychologicum, and in the order of existing things it is the primum ontologicum; it is the common foundation of all reality and all knowledge.”
“The word primum seems to allude to some faint and unsuccessful efforts which were made towards restoring them to the people.”
“The sphere which approaches most nearly to it is called the primum mobile.”
“In medical school, I was tought the principle of “primum non nocere” or “first, do no harm.””
“Medical ethics begins with the principle primum non nocere, Do No Harm.”
“Sed, si in infinitum procederetur, non esset demonstratio; quia quaelibet demonstrationis conclusio redditur certa per reductionem eius in primum demonstrationis principium: quod non esset si in infinitum demonstratio sursum procederet.”
“Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder, who lived between 23 A.D. and 79 A.D., refers to Muziris in his encyclopaedic work Natural History as "primum emporium Indiae" or India's first emporium.”
“So, what happened to the Lexical Approach – and to Lewis, its primum mobile?”
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