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There should also be an annual corporate form and compositio
39) Although composition and compose are unmistakably cognate with Aquinas's terms compositio and 37 32 componere, Owens prefers the semantically parallel but Greek-based terms synthesis and synthesize.
Sharma, Integral functions of two complex variables, Compositio Math.
Translated as judgment, compositio is for Aquinas a correlative and subsequent action of the primary apprehension of simplex indivisible essences: whereas the first operation of intellection results from the impact of objects on our senses and consists, in its principal part, in the elaboration of the received sensual material by agent intellect providing us with concepts, the second operation, or judgment, deals with combining the concepts to form from them propositions with a new quality for apprehension (see Gilson 1956:40-42, Gilson 1955:378, also Eco 1988:198-200).
90) His method of compositio loci could be easily applied to the prayer of the rosary and enhance the latter's powerful affect.
Compositio sudestymas, sukurimas): meno kurinio elementu isdestymas, ju tarpusavio rysys ir santykis su visuma; sandara, struktura, konstrukcija, architektonika (Interaktyvus tarptautiniu zodziu zodynas "Interleksis").
DeTurck, he Cauchy problem for Lorentz metrics with prescibed Ricci curvature, Compositio Math 48, 1983, 327-349.
Opdam, Dunkl operators, Bessel functions and the discriminant of a finite Coxeter group, Compositio.
the text's concern with 'blindnesse' and the redemptive power of the ability to see relates it to the medieval Catholic meditational practice of compositio loco.
mathematical demonstrations and sensory experiences could be to one another as compositio to resolutio" (89).
And yet, as Bolzoni shows in her study of literary and iconographic models, Renaissance poets utilize the very same notions of compositio (if not the schemata) that Yates and Carruthers have analyzed so brilliantly.
Hope also critiques the claim that the De pictura was the first text to advocate ideas pivotal in the fifteenth century, especially the ideas assumed to be new on the basis of two terms which Alberti used frequently: historia and compositio.