orthopraxy


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orthopraxy

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

orthopraxy

/or·tho·praxy/ (or´tho-prak-se) mechanical correction of deformities.

orthopraxy, orthopraxis

mechanical correction of deformities.
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Ritual, cultural standardization, and orthopraxy in China.
In a case of India, it appears that the multiple tradition, with preeminence on orthopraxy, is the basis for the "pure other" who nonetheless is but one thread in the vast tapestry of Mother India.
Or do we choose a prophetic theology of orthopraxy, recognizing that knowledge comes from the both/and of reflection and action, the already and the not yet, poverty and community, immanence and transcendence, self-efficacy and radical interconnectedness?
Second, orthodoxy (right belief) is given content by orthopraxy (right action) and vice versa.
This would appear to fit since it is probable that fellow Muslims are inclined to trust each other because they share strong norms of religious orthopraxy, and are more inclined to form networks with each other, such as through the mosque, or Muslim women's organizations, for example.
Orthodoxy did not always translate into orthopraxy.
Kane follows the plot of James Joyce's use of Irish-Catholic orthopraxy from its proto-genesis in Dubliners (1914) and its representation in Ulysses (1922) to its revision and final baffling in the Muslim praxis depicted by Salman Rushdie.
Spiritual independence and orthopraxy were also at our roots.
Liturgical orthopraxy and orthodoxy are thus ensured, with precluding necessary and natural development.
For this purpose, he adopted a two-pronged strategy: first, selected laws and state institutions were radically changed; second, hand in glove with Islamists, who had always been rejected by the electorates, society was reoriented "to religious orthodoxy and attendant orthopraxy.
Vision, rather than dogma, then becomes a potent force for moral persuasion and helps these communities avoid both orthodoxy and orthopraxy.