alienatio

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Scimus quoque genus unctionis esse, quo tanta fit mentis alienatio et abstractio hominis a se ipso, ut per certum temporis spacium nulla sensatio inveniatur in eo, quia ea re unctus fuerit, quod et diebus nostris accidit in hac regione Hyspanorum.
Nesse quadro, conforma-se o que a lingua latina nomeou alienatio, ou seja, alienacao como cessao de si mesmo a outro, a um estranho que encontra terreno fertil para instalarse e dominar a interioridade de cada um.
2 Licentia legitimi superioris, sine qua alienatio invalida est.
Haec igitur uehemens occupatio atque correptio amor uocatur, Diuina quaedam alienatio ac uelut sui ipsius obliuio et in id cuius pulchritudinem admiramur transfusio (1993: p.
For the early pilgrims, once they had reached the holy shrine they sought, the rituals of liminality consisted in a quasi-mystical experience, "the alienatio from sensory realm by attending totally to God.
and the MIPC effectively extended traditional explanations of youth cultural behaviour that focused largely on the ways that youth reactively and proactively deal with feelings of alienatio n.
The word alienation, originated from a Latin noun alienatio which in turn is derived from a Latin verb alienate meaning to 'take away', 'remove', or 'cause a separation to occur', was initially popularized in theological writings.