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The tenet of the incarnation a reference to substance and to a nature to be emulated. In Roman law "nature" is said just for honest to goodness affiliation, established on the lawful assumption, and it is not joined by any thought of blood tie. "Impressive is the qualification between the medieval vision of filtration


, where" nature "is hereditary, of the old development, which, rejecting any pertinence to organic information, is comprehended on a solitary enroll, that of the law". The law itself can switch up to the verisimilitude, just like the case in Roman reception, 


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