Auri Sacra Fames

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  1. “Quod non mortalia pectora coges, auri sacra fames.” from Virgil’s, Aeneid. Translation: ‘to what lust do you not drive mortal hearts, you accursed hunger for gold’. The etiology of Capitalism is the focus of Max Weber’s work in Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism.
  2. AURI SACRA FAMES. Definition. The accursed greed for gold. An expression that voices St. Paul's dictum that the desire of money is the root of all evil (I Timothy ).
  3. auri sacra fames Significado de auri sacra fames Maldita fome de ouro. Expressão pela qual Virgílio condena a ambição desmedida.
  4. auri sacra fames? Postquam pavor ossa reliquit, delectos populi ad proceres primumque parentem monstra deum refero, et quae sit sententia posco.
  5. [ Auri sacra fames! ]: Exécrable faim de l'wighvolknamidisttipikerapemasu.coinfosion de Virgile (l'Enéide, III, 57). On dirait en français: Exécrable soif de l'or/5(4).
  6. From A Treatise on Money (), chapter xxxv, ‘Problems of International Management—II. The Gold Standard’ (vol. II). The choice of gold as a standard of value is chiefly based on tradition. In the days before the evolution of representative money it was natural, for reasons which have been many times told, to choose one or more of the metals as the most suitable commodity for holding a.
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  8. Bei Ovid ist Fames ein hohl blickendes, abgemagertes Weib mit struppigem Haar und blassem Antlitz, das in den Eisfeldern Skythiens am Kaukasus haust. Auf Anordnung der Göttin des Ackerbaus, Ceres, bestraft Fames den Erysichthon. Bei Vergil findet sich auch die Redensart auri sacra fames „Verfluchter Hunger nach Gold“.

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