Byzantinism


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Byzantinism

Eastern Orthodoxy.
See also: Christianity
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Noun1.Byzantinism - the doctrine that the state is supreme over the church in ecclesiastical matters
theological doctrine - the doctrine of a religious group
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The collection is then divided into three themed sections, with various genres and areas, such as film, literature, politics, and Byzantinism, discussed across all the sections.
While Balkan and German Byzantinism favor the total predominance of the public law over private law, Eastern Europe has been subject to a different political model that has come from Central Asia and Mongolia.
Bratianu was one of the most important representatives of Romanian political realism, his essence and spirit concentrating the features, strengths and flaws of both Byzantinism and Occidentalism: all these were intertwined in a complex human being, who was prone and committed to realistic political thought and action.
Thalmann said further that he had mentioned my [Neumann's] indictment of Byzantinism; Stalin said, there was much too little Byzantinism, there should be more!