pistic


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pistic

referring to or having a pure and genuine faith.
See also: Faith
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In economic exchange, in typical economic spheres of life (corporations, industry, markets, and so on), and in the economy in general, all aspects from the numerical to pistic play a role as well as the economic aspect.
The huge chunks of meat had been cooked in almond powder and pistic, an ingredient new to us, which we forgot to query.
10) To the extent that doxa refers rather more to "opinion" than to the faith (Greek: pistis) one has in certain objects of belief, it may be useful to distinguish between doxastic and pistic states, the latter covered by the principle of credulity.
This does not shelter the pistic state beyond the reach of scrutiny and challenge.
With regard to pistic criteriology, Boff notes that liberation theologies often refer to the "capacity of faith for social transformation.
While maintaining the difference between theological criteriology and pistic criteriology, Boff reminds us that theology is dependent upon the practice of justice and love, as demonstrated by the social position of theology, its thematic relevance, and its political interests that we have discussed above.
Dooyeweerd's modal aspects include the physical-energetic, kinematic-motional, spatial, arithmetic, biotic, logical-analytical, cultural-historical, symbolic or linguistic, social, sensitive-formative, economic, aesthetic, juridical, moral, and pistic (Christian faith).
The relationship between employers, the capital-owners, and workers not only involved an economic aspect but also moral and pistic aspects.