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Christianism

the religious tenets held by all Christians.
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Greek ethics is all about the cultivation of virtues and not about categorical imperatives and universal norms, which is a heritage of Stoicism, Christianism, and Kantianism.
His polemic destroyed the empty academicism of the liberal dilution of the Greek traditions of the classics, just as it destroyed the narrow-minded admiration for the Middle Ages, the obscurantist Christianism [sic], of the romantics.
NNA - Countering ISIL's Islamism by identical Christianism is rather impossible, Druze leader Walid Jumblatt stated in his salute to Lebanese Greek Orthodox bishops George Khodr and Elias Awdeh in today's issue of al-Anba' Socialist Party mouthpiece.
But he aims his venom at the priestly architects of the Christian religion who replace Christ-like praxis with "faith" understood as rational assent to doctrinal claims: "To reduce being a Christian, Christianism, to a matter of considering something true, to a mere phenomenon of consciousness, is to negate Christianism.
Christianism and the biblical fundamentalism in Mexico imply a revitalization of religiosity and a greater adherence to dogmas.
Within this logic the new political subject as hero follows an ethical model of "primitive christianism," where the subject is constituted precisely by his willingness to sacrifice himself for the love of others (El ultimo lector, 131-35).
The very existence of christianism indicates that a falling away or corruption has occurred, and such a stance is likely to be hostile to philosophy.
Bearing this in mind, we may argue that Othello, like Dekker's Eleazar, has some obvious connections with Spanish Moors, who at the time had been at least nominally been converted to Christianism and were known as Moriscos.
But in the 1990s this division was sharpened by the rise across the West of a political movement now being called Christianism.
To Sarmiento's Eurocentric cluster he opposes the idealized Latin cultures, led by Spain's Christianism and traditionalism, making use of baroque stylistics, cubism and the muralist aesthetics learned from Rivera.
First of all, one of the effects of Christianism in Byzantium, was the abolition of concubine and the application of the principle of the sacredness of marriage.
On the other hand, and in intimate connection with the previous section we propose a comparative analysis on the modalities of conversion to Christianism that Hispanic "mudejares" had to go through.