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Esta aniquilacion de lo fisico corresponde a la Purgatio, luego de la cual el flujo espiritual es iluminado (iluminatio).
Si observamos el fragmento de la tabula, a priori, la disposicion establece la tutela y vigilancia por parte de los ediles (24), la fuente habla del mantenimiento de las vias en Roma pero no de su limpieza, la purgatio (25).
Estos carros (51) podian ser tambien privados, normalmente los procedentes de explotaciones agricolas, si bien tambien podian ser de la propia Administracion que tenia que contar con un servicio destinado a la purgatio de las calles (52).
La quinta parte esta dedicada a preparar asceticamente al hombre interior mediante tres fases: purgatio, illuminatio y unitio.
Estos, herencia de la tradicion mistica que alcanzo su mas alto grado con San Juan de la Cruz, encierran en si el proceso mismo de la purgatio, de la desposesion necesaria para alcanzar el Absoluto.
Su mistica es, contrariamente a la purgatio fijmaniana, a la noche de los sentidos, una exaltacion de ellos y del cuerpo: "La union no es buscada tragicamente por vias tortuosas y escabrosas, en la purgacion negativa.
As always with Rolle, it is difficult to be sure of the exact stages of this ascent, and his relationship to the Threefold Way of purgatio, illuminatio, and unio which would later become conventional is not made any clearer by the development of his own, more idiosyncratic, triads of calor, dulcor, and canor and (in his later works) of the more famous 'three degrees' of love.
Those charged with having favored heresy, which included housing heretics or offering them hospitality, could, when the charge was not dismissed, be condemned either to abjuring, to a purgatio canonica, or to a simple admonition.
O admirabile effect, la basse lune Ave vera virginitas, Maine le hault soleil qui le regarde, Immaculata castitas, Terrestre fille est dessus toutes l'une Cuius purificatio De qui Dieu fit sa mere et bonne garde; Nostra fuit purgatio.
Lauster summarizes Ficino's ascent model using a fourfold conceptual categorization: there are ascensus and raptus, which have to do with the movement of the soul; and purgatio and deificatio, which deal with the qualitative change of the soul in the event of ascent (124).