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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: rewards

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belohnt rewards
Belohnungen {pl}Plural (die) rewards


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At the same time he should encourage his citizens to practise their callings peaceably, both in commerce and agriculture, and in every other following, so that the one should not be deterred from improving his possessions for fear lest they be taken away from him or another from opening up trade for fear of taxes; but the prince ought to offer rewards to whoever wishes to do these things and designs in any way to honour his city or state.
There resided in the city of Lucca the Poggio family, who were so powerful that they could not only elevate Castruccio, but even advance him to the dignity of prince; and it appearing to them they had not received such rewards for their services as they deserved, they incited other families to rebel and to drive Castruccio out of Lucca.
OF PUNISHMENTS, AND REWARDS The Definition Of Punishment Right To Punish Whence Derived Private Injuries, And Revenges No Punishments Nor Denyall Of Preferment Nor Pain Inflicted Without Publique Hearing Nor Pain Inflicted By Usurped Power Nor Pain Inflicted Without Respect To The Future Good Naturall Evill Consequences, No Punishments Hurt Inflicted, If Lesse Than The Benefit Of Transgressing, Where The Punishment Is Annexed To The Law, A Greater Hurt Is Not Hurt Inflicted For A Fact Done Before The Law, No Punishment The Representative Of The Common-wealth Unpunishable Hurt To Revolted Subjects Is Done By Right Of War, Not Punishments Corporall Capitall Ignominy Imprisonment Exile The Punishment Of Innocent Subjects Is Contrary To The Law Of Nature But The Harme Done To Innocents In War, Not So Reward, Is Either Salary, Or Grace Benefits Bestowed For Fear, Are Not Rewards Salaries Certain And Casuall CHAPTER XXIX.
OF THE OFFICE OF THE SOVERAIGN REPRESENTATIVE The Procuration Of The Good Of The People By Instruction & Lawes Against The Duty Of A Soveraign To Relinquish Any Essentiall Right Objection Of Those That Say There Are No Principles Of Reason For Objection From The Incapacity Of The Vulgar Subjects Are To Be Taught, Not To Affect Change Of Government Nor Adhere (Against The Soveraign) To Popular Men And To Have Dayes Set Apart To Learn Their Duty And To Honour Their Parents And To Avoyd Doing Of Injury: And To Do All This Sincerely From The Heart The Use Of Universities Equall Taxes Publique Charity Prevention Of Idlenesse Good Lawes What Such As Are Necessary Such As Are Perspicuous Punishments Rewards Counsellours Commanders CHAPTER XXXI.
OF PUNISHMENTS, AND REWARDS The Definition Of Punishment "A PUNISHMENT, is an Evill inflicted by publique Authority, on him that hath done, or omitted that which is Judged by the same Authority to be a Transgression of the Law; to the end that the will of men may thereby the better be disposed to obedience."
Benefits Bestowed For Fear, Are Not Rewards The benefits which a Soveraign bestoweth on a Subject, for fear of some power, and ability he hath to do hurt to the Common-wealth, are not properly Rewards; for they are not Salaryes; because there is in this case no contract supposed, every man being obliged already not to do the Common-wealth disservice: nor are they Graces; because they be extorted by feare, which ought not to be incident to the Soveraign Power: but are rather Sacrifices, which the Soveraign (considered in his naturall person, and not in the person of the Common-wealth) makes, for the appeasing the discontent of him he thinks more potent than himselfe; and encourage not to obedience, but on the contrary, to the continuance, and increasing of further extortion.
For as in this Disease, there is an unnaturall spirit, or wind in the head that obstructeth the roots of the Nerves, and moving them violently, taketh away the motion which naturally they should have from the power of the Soule in the Brain, and thereby causeth violent, and irregular motions (which men call Convulsions) in the parts; insomuch as he that is seized therewith, falleth down sometimes into the water, and sometimes into the fire, as a man deprived of his senses; so also in the Body Politique, when the Spirituall power, moveth the Members of a Common-wealth, by the terrour of punishments, and hope of rewards (which are the Nerves of it,) otherwise than by the Civill Power (which is the Soule of the Common-wealth) they ought to be moved; and by strange, and hard words suffocates the people, and either Overwhelm the Common-wealth with Oppression, or cast it into the Fire of a Civill warre.
Rewards In like manner it belongeth to the Office, and Duty of the Soveraign, to apply his Rewards alwayes so, as there may arise from them benefit to the Common-wealth: wherein consisteth their Use, and End; and is then done, when they that have well served the Common-wealth, are with as little expence of the Common Treasure, as is possible, so well recompenced, as others thereby may be encouraged, both to serve the same as faithfully as they can, and to study the arts by which they may be enabled to do it better.
For he onely is properly said to Raigne, that governs his Subjects, by his Word, and by promise of Rewards to those that obey it, and by threatning them with Punishment that obey it not.
OF THE SIGNIFICATION IN SCRIPTURE OF ETERNALL LIFE, HELL, SALVATION, THE WORLD TO COME, AND REDEMPTION The maintenance of Civill Society, depending on Justice; and Justice on the power of Life and Death, and other lesse Rewards and Punishments, residing in them that have the Soveraignty of the Common-wealth; It is impossible a Common-wealth should stand, where any other than the Soveraign, hath a power of giving greater rewards than Life; and of inflicting greater punishments than Death.


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