orthopraxis


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orthopraxy, orthopraxis

the use of mechanical apparatus or devices to correct bodily deformities.
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2) However, it is just as true that every good deed originates in good ideas: orthopraxis requires orthodoxy and vice versa.
syncretism and the ideals of orthodoxy as expressed in orthopraxis.
Remember, it's not just orthopraxis (proper conduct of) science that matters, or whether or not we can successfully and safely produce immunizations through newer methods, but what the public perception and uptake will be that will ultimately determine their financial viability in the market and the new vaccines' ability to create or maintain herd immunity.
The Sirhak scholars' conversion from orthodoxy to orthopraxis made them concerned with illuminating the situation of the people.
The Nazi orthodoxy was the ideology of the Aryan race and the Nazi orthopraxis was the Shoah or the Jewish Holocaust.
El Menovar has studied and listed five dimensions of Muslim religiosity, which include basic religiosity, central duties, religious experience, religious knowledge and orthopraxis.
Given that dialogue is a key to his presentation, there is very little reference to actual occurrences as a locus for theological reflection or as orthopraxis (106-7); the Parliament of the World's Religions is referenced in passing once, and no attention is given to interfaith encounters like those captured in, for instance, Gustav Niebuhr's Beyond Tolerance.
I believe that the dichotomy between their orthodoxy and orthopraxis is the greatest stumbling block to the common believer experiencing God.
De La Torre introduces the historical background from which liberation theology emerges, the South American context that strongly influences the discourse, and the important figures, and he explains how liberation theology put more emphasis on orthopraxis than on orthodoxy.
The authors clearly articulate that orthopraxis shapes orthodoxy as much as the other way around; knowledge is insufficient.
Her discussion of The Dream of the Rood, along with her careful articulation of the Classical and antique roots of monastic orthopraxis, (29) furnishes a useful entry point into Exeter Maxims, which shows signs of having been produced in a monastic context as both Michael Drout and I have claimed elsewhere.
The "modus cogitandi" is one thing, the orthopraxis another.