But extend the graces engraved in their culture So far from the negative British commixture
Doubting Novelties and Commixture
of Manners," it should come as no surprise that it is 37 years since strangers were last admitted (New Atlantis 208, 17).
"'I Do Abhor an Indian Story': Hawthorne and the Allegorization of Racial 'Commixture
.'" ESQ 42.4 (1996): 233-53.
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Novatian is in the fold of orthodox theology by using the terms "spirit" and "body" as metaphysically dichotomous, and his signifying God as Spirit excludes Him from possessing any material form or cause: "For he is simple and without any corporeal commixture
, being wholly of that essence, whatever it be, which He alone knows constitutes His being, since He is called Spirit" (309).
devotes a chapter to each of the following elements: the greeting, litany, and collect following the anaphora; the Lord's Prayer; the prayer of inclination; the elevation and the Sancta sanctis; the communion psalmody; the fraction and comminution; the commixture
; and the zeon (the adding of hot water to the chalice).
Emphasizing the fusion of "secular and sacred" (411) in the confraternities' commixture
of civic, social, religious, and ecclesiastical elements, he finds evidence of increasing religious aspiration among the laity, rather than a form of laicization often mistaken for Renaissance secularity.
is in himself undifferentiated unity with no commixture
and no multiplication arising out of his presence among the many."(35) God is the cause of all things without ever departing from his oneness.
No reader familiar with the exhaustive research of Carolyn Walker Bynum will be surprised by such associations, which in their commixture
of the material with the implicitly spiritual evoke precisely the chain of evocative connotations we repeatedly witness in the remarkable phenomena of the ascetic lives she delineates.
(19) In The Two Noble Kinsmen, Fletcher's voice, and the generic shift from comedy to tragicomedy, offer a critique of martial, masculine rule through a court-centered feminism that comes into being through collaborations and commixtures
: the joined labor of the playwrights, the forced labor of the Jailer's Daughter, the yoking of fabliau and romance, and the appearance of Moors (and madwomen) in the English countryside.