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So do questions of what embracing heterodoxy implies for teaching and broader public education on economic issues.
Third, heterodoxy is often relatively subjective, especially when dealing with groups whose basic beliefs and practices have been around for centuries.
That tension Sobolev summarizes in this key passage: "Hopkins's poems combine the most orthodox doxological statements with apparent heterodoxy, rationalism with mysticism, complex religious philosophy with metaphysical indeterminacy, divine immanence with 'the disappearance of God,' the self-projection of meditation with the self-effacement of contemplation, the Scotist univocity of being with the Thomistic analogous structure of the universe, moments of symbolic revelation with the chains of allegorical disruption, ecstatic declarations of faith with bouts of loneliness and inner emptiness, and the excesses of happiness with those of despair" (p.
The brawl started after the Ansar al-Sunna sect started setting up their tent and later gave speeches describing the celebration as heterodoxy.
They rightly see that heterodoxy was an integral feature of early Christianity, in itself and not just as a stimulus to the development of orthodoxy.
If only she would drop the Catholic link and just become some way-out adventurer in the wilds of heterodoxy.
The project is driven by Romero's interest in establishing parallels between the tradition of iconoclasm and Spanish political heterodoxy in general, on the one hand, and radical avant-garde art practices, from Malevich to the Situationists, on the other.
As a result, Kleinberg's Flesh Made Word is but an initial foray into the much-needed study of hagiography as a site of contestation between orthodoxy and heterodoxy.
It was a time of uncertainty, disunity, violence, idolatry, heterodoxy, poor and absent leadership.
It contributes as well to debates in the Soviet field about the origins of Stalinism and the role of professionals in allowing, even abetting, the rise of a political climate that discouraged debate and heterodoxy.
It's funny how quickly economic "isms" and "isations" can be transformed from accepted wisdom to heterodoxy once the cold waves of recession come rolling in.
Commentary on sacred texts is of its nature a way of pinpointing difficulties within them, so can act as a shortcut for those interested in heterodoxy, as well as displaying the extent of the commentator's own alertness to awkward questions.