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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.
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).