Cappadocia

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Cap·pa·do·cia

 (kăp′ə-dō′shə, -shē-ə)
An ancient region of Asia Minor in present-day east-central Turkey. Heart of a Hittite state and later a Persian satrapy, it was annexed by the Romans in ad 17.

Cap′pa·do′cian adj. & n.

Cappadocia

(ˌkæpəˈdəʊsɪə)
n
(Placename) an ancient region of E Asia Minor famous for its horses

Cap•pa•do•cia

(ˌkæp əˈdoʊ ʃə)

n.
an ancient country in E Asia Minor, a Roman province in A.D. 17, now a part of N central Turkey.
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Noun1.Cappadocia - an ancient country is eastern Asia MinorCappadocia - an ancient country is eastern Asia Minor
Anatolia, Asia Minor - a peninsula in southwestern Asia that forms the Asian part of Turkey
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What the Capadocians did was an implication of philosophy which does not imply exercising reason in search of truth, but a confirmation and an expression of the revealed Truth.
Besides this, the Capadocians will make a real and significant change of meaning in the usage of the term.
The Capadocian Fathers were troubled by the question of how it is possible to tell the difference between what men could rationally conceive and what is beyond senses and reason.