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  • Calvary stands beside the path of that admirable commercium, of that wonderful self-communication of God to man, which also includes the call to man to share in the divine life by giving himself, and with himself the whole visible world, to God, and like an adopted son to become a sharer in the truth and love which is in God and proceeds from God.

    Theosis: The Reason for the Season

  • Arnold's suggestion is that markets started as a way to fence plundered goods is inconsistent with the commercium latin right of c.

    Is There Hope for My Most Wrong Belief?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • O admirabile commercium is in three sections and mixes various liturgical and popular melodies associated with Christmas in a manner reminiscent of the masses.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The Christmas liturgy will speak to us of the "holy exchange," of the "sacrum commercium," between us and God realized in Christ.

    Zenit: Father Cantalamessa's 1st Advent Sermon

  • In this the “admirabile commercium,” or “wonderful exchange,” as the liturgy defines it, is realized.

    Archive 2008-05-18

  • Multi tacit e opinantur commercium illud adeo frequens cum barbaris nudis, ac presertim cum foeminis ad libidinem provocare, at minus multo noxia illorum nuditas quam nostrarum foeminarum cultus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The same belike Tritemius calls Ignios et sublunares, qui nunquam demergunt ad inferiora, aut vix ullum habent in terris commercium: [1144] Generally they far excel men in worth, as a man the meanest worm; though some of them are inferior to those of their own rank in worth, as the blackguard in a prince's court, and to men again, as some degenerate, base, rational creatures, are excelled of brute beasts.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Distinguishing between abstract rights (politicum like equality, citizenship) and rights to bear arms and own property (commercium), Pocock argues that as

    Talking About Virtue: Paisiello's 'Nina,' Paër's 'Agnese,' and the Sentimental Ethos

  • Metaphysical cognition ends with reciprocal commercium or interactivity, Kant's Principle of Coexistence

    Kant's Philosophical Development

  • Si in his alijsque omnibus honestis causis hic noster agens subit韖ue nostri Imperatori� vestr� sublimitatis 鎞uanimitatem senserint, florebit inter has gentes nobile commercium, et nos omnibus officijs huic vestr� Maiestatis fauori et beneuolenti� (si vlla ratione rebus vestris commodare poterimus) respondere libentissim� semper parat� erimus.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

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