[ US /ˈɔɹθəˌdɑksi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɔːθədˌɒksi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɔːθədˌɒksi/ ]
- the quality of being orthodox (especially in religion)
- a belief or orientation agreeing with conventional standards
How To Use orthodoxy In A Sentence
- All forms of classical orthodoxy either explicitly reject or reject in principle kenotic theology.
- Hence without the existence of heterodoxy and orthodoxy, collective struggles diminish greatly in importance in traditional societies.
- `I'm surprised to find someone like you dabbling in that kind of Protestant neo-orthodoxy ! ULTIMATE PRIZES
- In the New World, Spain coupled religious orthodoxy with political conquest. Marilyn Mellowes: 'God in America:' A Question of Religious Liberty (VIDEO)
- Even though this denial has to some extent to do with Habermas’s understandable fight with the ghost of Heidegger, he seems now to turn this into a new orthodoxy, thereby showing how critical theory is incapable of critiquing its very foundational presuppositions such as valorization of rational argumentations, performative competence, validity claims and linguistic intersubjectivity instead of emotional intersubjectivity Craib, 1998. Jürgen Habermas, Sri Aurobindo and Beyond
- The violent enforcement of orthodoxy in Christian history is the necessary and logical consequence of seeing an institution as the agent and protector of transcendent truth.
- The name of the organization created to further Basic, the Orthological Institute, echoes such terms as orthodoxy, orthography, and orthoepy.
- Embracing the new orthodoxy with almost catechistic devotion, they insisted on the importance of construing each constitutional provision according to the presumed intentions of the Framers, no matter how disruptive or radical the consequences might be. Rehnquist the Great?
- Surely only the most jaded and damaged would challenge the orthodoxy of romantic love. Times, Sunday Times
- I wonder what part he daily participation in the liturgy in Christ Church Cathedral has played in this movement into orthodoxy.