Radicated

Related to Radicated: aspirant, radiates

Rad´i`ca`ted

    (răd´ĭ`kā`tĕd)
a.1.(Bot.) Rooted
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For Jacobs-Vandegeer, if what Lonergan calls the dynamic state of being in love corresponds to what a medieval theology calls sanctifying grace, then that state has to do with the unity of consciousness as that unity reflects an entitative habit radicated in the essence of the soul, in central form, and manifested in diverse acts of faith, hope, and love, as well as in other operations and states.
The Commissioner of Indian Affairs stipulated that Royce "give special attention to procuring [employment in] homes for Indian girls after they have left school or for any other Indian women of Nevada and Northern California..., in order that they may be protected from the degrading moral conditions which are found in the small mining towns of Nevada and the country adjacent thereto." He also gave Royce strict instructions: "The field [outing] matron should ascertain the character and reputation of the parties wishing Indian help and make regular visits to the homes where such employment is given so that no mistake may be made in placing these girls in homes only where helpful influences are radicated [radiated]." (33)