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(31) In Sermon 80.2, he argues for a "natural kinship" (cognatio) between the Word (imago Dei) and the soul (made ad imago Dei); and he specifies the soul's dynamic tendency toward and desire for God as a thrust toward and desire for the Word.
A estos Lancienses cabe anadir otro grupo, peor definido, de personas denominadas Lancius, ubicado en una zona limitrofe entre el territorium de Metellinum-Medellin al Norte (Haba 1998: 279 s.) y la zona meridional del territorium de Turgalium-Trujillo y otros grupos comparables, como los *Magilanci de una cognatio de Montealegre del Castillo, los Langioci de Malamoneda y, quizas, los *Pictelanci de Chaves (vid.
Effectivement, selon le Reatin, pensons-nous, la nature aurait invite les hommes de l" epoque de Saturne" (150) ou, plus vraisemblablement, de 1 epoque pastorale, a distinguer les chevres sauvages de celles qu'ils avaient apprivoisees (151), et a donner de la sorte aux premieres, en raison de leurs courses errantes dans les endroits eleves la qualification de rotae, "coureuses" (confondues plus tard en raison d'une sorte de cognatio uerborum dont fait etat Varron (152), par l'imaginaire latin, avec des "roues"?) (153), et a attribuer aux secondes en raison de leur caractere "domestique" celle de caprae (154), comprises au sens de celles "qui broutent, qui cueillent (carpere; cf.
(8) Les Parentalia (9) se decomposent en plusieurs phases: le banquet des Feralia, les rites en l'honneur de Tacita et la cara cognatio, les Caristia.
(23) Here is the definition of "spiritual affinity" at the basis of the notion of comparatico, which, therefore, renders all the people affected by the comparatico spiritually related and thus called upon to practice a special, Christian relationship among themselves: "Spiritual relationship (cognatio spiritualis).
(5.) See, on the idea of cognatio spiritualis and its congeners, Westermarck (Vol 2, 1922: 154); also his discussion of exogamic rules based on notions of "nearness of blood," (Vol 2, 1922: 179-180).
Tanto que, por mucho tiempo el derecho romano no reconocera parentesco alguno, ni siquiera natural (cognatio) entre padres e hijos de esta union" (Guillen, op.
primer paso a la consagracion definitiva del principio de cognatio
cognatio spiritualis), and it involved several different possibilities of relationship.
De este modo, cuando, ya en 310, Constantino buscaba vias de legitimidad en un escenario de guerras civiles que estaban destruyendo la Tetrarquia, una de las que primero ensayo fue, justamente, la del vinculo familiar, la auita cognatio, con aquel Claudio II.
(51) Plinio, Historia Natural, XXXV, 76-77: "Pamphili cognatio etproelium ad Phliuntem ac victoria Atheniensium, item Ulixes in rate.
Since one of the duties of a godparent was the religious education of the godchild, priests and religious were logical choices.(28) In addition, celibacy meant that choosing priests as cofathers obviated future marital impediments arising from the cognatio spritualis, the spiritual tie that united all baptismal kin and their children.