commixtio

commixtio

‘the mixture of things’, a doctrine in the Roman law of property. If the items could be separated, then there was no problem; if they could not, ownership was in common unless the nature of the mixing were such that one thing was clearly an accessory to the other, in which case the rules on accession applied.
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(27) <<Et nos e ragione hinc etiam ostendere possumus, quia non ornnes nuptiae coniugalem copularti faciunt, quas non sequitur commixtio sexuum (...) Nec habent nuptiae in se Christi et ecclesiae sacramentum, sicut beams Augustinus dicit, si se nuptialiter non utuntur, id est, si eas non subsequitur commixtio sexuum.
(94) <<Quum ergo propter sacramenti defectum inhibitum sit, ne bigamus aut maritus viduae praesumat ad sacros ordines promoveri, quoniam nec illa est unica unici, nec iste unus unius: prefecto, ubi deficit inter huiusmodi coniuges commixtio corporum, non deest huismodi signaculum sacramenti.
In his first essay on Eliot, Curtius revealingly defined The Waste Land as 'eine complexio oppositorum, eine Einheit in der Mannigfaltigkeit' [a complexio oppositorum, a unity in diversity] (1927:311), and possibly alluded to the 'laudabilis suavitas' distinguishing Bolognese by virtue of its 'commixtio oppositorum', its incorporation in the language of elements from the spoken dialects of surrounding regions (DVE I xv 2, 5-6).
Tambien la tercera edicion tipica de la Ordenacion General del Misal Romano explica el simbolismo latente en varios gestos de la celebracion eucaristica: la genuflexion, la inclinacion de cabeza, la incensacion, la commixtio, por que el altar debe ser unico..., lo que no hacia tantas veces la edicion anterior.