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  • noun Plural form of paci.


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  • The ultimate result he envisaged would not be a single world state (a civitas gentium) created by a single treaty (pactum pacis), but a peaceful union or federation (foedus pacificum) that “maintains itself, prevents wars, and steadily expands.”

    The Great Experiment

  • His major treatises on pacifism, Dulce bellum inexpertis and Querela pacis, present the case for pacifism and against war through citations and analyses of biblical passages, not through rationalistic proofs, though they do regard war as irrational as well as un-Christian.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • ANGELUM pacis, Michael ad istam caelitus mitte, rogitamus aulam:

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • This was his Querela pacis (The Complaint of Peace), written about a year after the adage Dulce bellum at the request of his most influential and helpful patron at the time, Jean Le Sauvage, chancellor of Burgundy and Castile.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • At the urging of Le Sauvage, in 1517 he also published a book that restated the anti-war sentiments expressed in the adage Dulce bellum, called Querela pacis (The Complaint of Peace).

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • ANGELUM pacis, Michael ad istam caelitus mitte, rogitamus aulam:

    September 29: The Feast of St. Michael and All Angels

  • It's a long piece of jersey fabric with a buckle thing, also with a convenient pouch in the front for storing pacis or burp rags.

    Arms And The Mom

  • Yet Querela pacis was not a mere piece of propaganda favoring one court faction over another.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • Chytreus deliciis Europae, Felix civitas quae tempore pacis de bello cogitat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Some people dont like to use pacis, but some think they are a mom's best friend.

    Eco Stocking Stuffer Idea: Natural Rubber Pacifiers


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