magistery


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magistery

(măj′ĭs-tĕr″ē) [L. magister, master]
1. Specially compounded remedy.
2. A precipitate.
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The jurists, who multiply commentaries, model themselves after the theologians ("en les imitant") by practicing the Spagyric Magistery. As this alchemical process involves squeezing and pressing to filter out impurities, (72) it alludes to wine and therefore to the distinctions made in Eucharistic controversies, such as that between accident and substance.
On one hand there is a possibility of sublimation--in which rhetoric is the art of "all too human discourse" and "may claim the whole of philosophy for its magistery" (140).
He also leads the band Flare, whose just-released sophomore album Hung (Le Grand Magistery) was three years in the making.