conformatio

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In the Porcaria, as well as in other texts on Porcari's plot, such as Giuseppe Brivio's Conformatio Curiae Romanae, the allusion to clemency is directly associated with both the image of the just government of Nicholas V and the architectural restoration of Rome planned by the pope, aimed at reconstructing the city and renovating its buildings, fortifications, streets and aqueducts.
Two well-known examples of conformatio are the following, in which Woolf invents two characters with different purposes.
The second example of conformatio is the personification of the Angel in the House from the essay "Professions for women.
36) "Vidit enim hoc prudenter sive Simonides sive alius quis invenit, ea maxime animis effingi nostris, quae essent a sensu tradita atque impressa; acerrimum autem ex omnibus nostris sensibus esse sensum videndi; qua re facillime animo teneri posse ea, quae perciperentur auribus aut cogitatione, si etiam commendatione oculorum animis traderentur; ut res caecas et ab aspectus iudicio remotas conformatio quaedam et imago et figura ita notaret, ut ea, quae cogitando complecti vix possemus, intuendo quasi teneremus".
Asi es como Quintiliano define "figura": "Figura, sicut nomine ipso patet, est conformatio quaedam orationis, remota a communi et primum se offerente ratione" (9.
Non esse rursus ea dico quae tangi demonstrarive non possunt, cerni tamen animo atque intellegi possunt, ut si usus capionem, si tutelam, si gentem, si agnationem definias, quarum rerum nullum subest corpus, est tamen quaedam conformatio insignita et impressa intellegentia, quam notionem voco.
Because tropes differ from schemes in causing semantic disruption, tropic conformatio (personification) manifests itself in a derangement and blending of categories pivotal to metaphor: hence Quintilian's stress on the boldness and hazardousness of the enterprise.
Because no classical tradition exists for a god-sky (as opposed to a sky-god), the image of a sky personified (and eyed) is not easily entertained, and the mind automatically restricts the scope of the conformatio.
27 quarum rerum nullum subest quasi corpus, est tamen quaedam conformatio insignita et impressa intellegentiae quam notionem voco intellegentiae FO: intellegentia [Beta][ae[Gamma]]C Boethius (320, 20-2 `sed quaedam earum rerum incorporalis animi conceptio est atque intelligentia, quam notionem vocavit') will have read the nominative (cf.
Porro sexta exhinc succedit conformatio sacramenti, ut oblatio, quae Deo offertur, sanctificata per Spiritum sanctum, Christi corpori ac sanguini conformetur.
One of the primary aims of Crenne's Epistres is to discredit the misogynist interpretation and use of creation as conformatio.