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Dignitas is a Latin word referring to a unique, intangible, and culturally subjective social concept in the ancient Roman mindset. The word does not have a direct translation in English. Some interpretations include "dignity", which is a derivation from "dignitas", and "prestige" or "charisma".

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  • La dignitas era un concepto social de la Antigua Roma. La palabra no tiene una traducción específica a nuestro idioma, si bien está relacionada con el prestigio y el honor. La palabra dignidad, deriva de ella, pero con un sentido algo distinto. En la Antigua Roma la dignitas era un concepto que abarcaba la suma de la influencia y el prestigio personal de un ciudadano, que iba adquiriendo a lo largo de su vida. A la hora de valorar la dignitas de una persona concreta se tenían en cuenta valores como la reputación, los valores morales y el valor ético, así como su situación social y el respeto.
  • Dignitas is a Latin word referring to a unique, intangible, and culturally subjective social concept in the ancient Roman mindset. The word does not have a direct translation in English. Some interpretations include "dignity", which is a derivation from "dignitas", and "prestige" or "charisma".
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  • La dignitas era un concepto social de la Antigua Roma. La palabra no tiene una traducción específica a nuestro idioma, si bien está relacionada con el prestigio y el honor. La palabra dignidad, deriva de ella, pero con un sentido algo distinto. En la Antigua Roma la dignitas era un concepto que abarcaba la suma de la influencia y el prestigio personal de un ciudadano, que iba adquiriendo a lo largo de su vida. A la hora de valorar la dignitas de una persona concreta se tenían en cuenta valores como la reputación, los valores morales y el valor ético, así como su situación social y el respeto.
  • Dignitas is a Latin word referring to a unique, intangible, and culturally subjective social concept in the ancient Roman mindset. The word does not have a direct translation in English. Some interpretations include "dignity", which is a derivation from "dignitas", and "prestige" or "charisma". With respect to ancient Rome, dignitas was regarded as the sum of the personal clout and influence that a male citizen acquired throughout his life. When weighing the dignitas of a particular individual, factors such as personal reputation, moral standing, and ethical worth had to be considered, along with the man's entitlement to respect and proper treatment.
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