Supinity

Related to Supinity: senility

Su`pin´i`ty


n.1.Supineness.
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THE PLOT OF THIS LONG BOOK is simple enough: the Greeks of the classical age invented science, the Greeks of the Hellenistic age adorned it, the Romans tempered sovereignty with wisdom, until the classical tradition was swept away by the sudden victory of the Church, to be replaced by doctrinaire thundering, intellectual supinity and the forcible dissemination of a private myth.
Using a clever contrast between two liturgical postures, erectitude and supinity, G.