orthopraxis


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orthopraxy

 [or´tho-prak″se]
mechanical correction of deformities.

orthopraxis

/or·tho·prax·is/ (or″tho-prak´sis) orthopraxy.

orthopraxis

(or″thō-prăk′sĭs) [″ + prassein, to make]
The mechanical correction of deformities.

orthopraxy, orthopraxis

mechanical correction of deformities.
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This passage exemplifies what hygecraeft imparted to its practitioners: a "vision of God" cultivated by a monastic orthopraxis rooted in the careful study of books, the keys to unlocking the riddles of the natural, physical world.
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Despite his overly general presentation, the complicated relationship between orthodoxy and orthopraxis was never mutually exclusive.
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The theological task for liberation theology is orthopraxis, the dialectical unity of action and reflection: the oppressive reality and liberating practice confront and challenge the traditional understanding of the Christian message, the perennial symbols of the Christian faith; renewed theological understanding and revitalized Christian symbols, in turn, further illuminate and inspire the hope of the liberation struggle.
18) (Of course its orthopraxis as primarily a protection of the Buddhist Order largely discounts that usage.
2005); Duane Friesen, "Ten Theses on Connections Between Orthodoxy and Orthopraxis in Mennonite Theology," Mennonite Life 60 (Sept.
Here, she continued, unity demands that personal holiness rests not in a sharing of the Spirit, but "in adherence to orthopraxis, elevated to the status of orthodoxy.
They urge American adepts to learn the Yoruba language and achieve orthopraxis by imitating West African models.
As should be expected with questions of orthopraxis, the missionary pastors played an important role in censuring indigenous practices that seemed too reminiscent of non-Chrisrian rituals: indeed, the famous controversy over the Chinese Rites was partially ignited over specific funerary rituals that the Jesuits permitted among their followers.
The Sinhalese Pali tradition repeatedly shaped Buddhist political theory and monastic orthopraxis in Burma.
A type of market fundamentalism ensues in order to maintain neoliberal orthodoxy as consumerist orthopraxis, but "imperialist interventions" are frequently needed which are typically justified as "military humanism" connoting the protection of freedom, democracy, and human rights (178-79).