conjunctio

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Siendo disjunctio y positio, el limite seria tambien conjunctio. Asi, las motivaciones que animan el pensar tanto de Heidegger como de Boss parecen igualmente indicar, en cuanto limites, una disyuncion que, por cierto, es aquella segun la cual hemos distinguido las respectivas particularidades de sus naturalezas tematicas.
(101) <<Nec sunt ibi duo sacramenta (...) sed unum sacramentum, id est unum significans, scilicet matrimonium, et duo significata scilicet conjunctio animae ad Deum per caritatem, et conjunctio Christi et Ecclesiae per naturam>>: ibid., 764.
En la CrP la imaginacion es concordante con el enlace (conjunctio) y la espontaneidad (Spontaneitat, Selbsttatigkeit) del pensar y del conocimiento en cuanto exigencia para la accion de la sintesis.
(97.) Modestin D.23.2.1 Nuptiae sunt conjunctio maris et feminae, et consortium omnis vitae : divini, et humani juris comunicatio.
Deluge, the birth of prophets, the rise of dynasties or nations, etc.) were attributed to the great conjunction at the beginning of Aries (so-called conjunctio maxima (Kepler 1621, VI:5) or 'Prime Conjunction' (Abu Muhamid, fol.
The conference is being put on by the Peaceful Caribbean Initiative, in conjunctio n with Caribbean News Now, and according to the organizers is an effort to highlight the increasing problem of crime and to focus on enabling the region to regain its place in the world as a peaceful and stable place.
According to the author, the natural law of conjugal love can become, therefore, the most pleasant state in this world, the greatest worldly glory: "sed super omnia gloria et delectatio insaciabilis et perfecta est conjunctio mulieris et viri et hic est transsentio amoris" (372).
In this part of the book, Fishbein continues to deal with other mystical techniques of conjunctio.
The collection includes some fifty poems divided into six sections roughly by subject with Latin or pseudolatin titles (this reviewer's rough translations in parentheses): Anima (Soul) Imaginatio (Of Imagination) Conjunctio (Of Coming Together) Canaria (Of Dogs) Circumiecti (Circular Travels) and Doctrinae (Doctrines).
That being so, a Jungian would probably say that the overt lack of an egoic identification and the rejection of any corporate identity suggest that this dream is really about the process of individuation--one in which the self becomes integrated through a conjunctio oppositorum , which in Laing's case, was represented idiosyncratically, through the interplay of two opposing (male) teams, rather than the more conventional archetypal symbolism of male/female intercourse.
La ley romana definia el matrimonio como "conjunctio maris et feminae' (union de hombre con mujer).
Kant claims in the immediately preceding section ([section] 15) that "combination (conjunctio) of a manifold [of representations in an intuition] in general can never come to us through the senses ...