Uniting the separate elements of a Catholic marriage-whether it be husband and wife, or soul and body--is the "transcendent tertium quid
" known as Agape (p.
Randolph teamed up with John Taylor of Caroline and the pair became the leading lights of the Tertium Quid
Treiger argues that the background to the notion of existence as a tertium quid
between equivocity and univocity is already clear in the commentators on Aristotle and in the work of al-Farabi, but that it is Avicenna who in al-Mubahathat and elsewhere pinpoints tashkik as a means for relating God and the cosmos, for linking God and contingents in a transcendental notion of existence.
Other Half-Rome, and Tertium Quid
, produce different images of anger.
Years ago, John described his politics to me: "I am a 1700s Virginia republican, an 1800 Tertium Quid
, an 1830s Loco Foco, an 1850s Republican, an 1890s western progressive, a 1930s agrarian distributist, and today a plain old decentralist agrarian Reaganaut."
The alterative immigrant subjectivity is identified by Cha as tertium quid
, which in Latin means a "third thing." A tertium quid
subjectivity is positioned not only in relation to the imperial and native culture, but also in relation to the individual, internal consciousness of the female subject's personal life in America.
And it continues to do so despite the recent introduction of a linguistic tertium quid
that is neither Latin nor the vernacular.
Two opposing camps can be distinguished: 1) the 'bioconservatists', who, as the name suggests, recommend that we should not tamper with human evolution in this way, and 2) the 'transhumanists', who, again as expected, believe that we should make the most of the artificial adaptations--the editors also isolate a tertium quid
camp who espouse something like the idea of a 'golden mean' in terms of allowed enhancements.
R.'s tertium quid
between liberal subjectivism and a conservative adherence to interventionist providence is deft.
In its own way, the Summa understanding of "Jew" reiterates the work's thesis that Aquinas is a tertium quid
between the traditionalist and revisionist interpretations of Romans.