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"At Nuremberg," he observes, "our civilization designed a vehicle to anathematize men imbued with evil." Yet "evil is eternal and reinvents itself in every age." Thus, while the precedent of Nuremberg endures, the vehicles for justly combating evil's new faces must be repeatedly refurbished and in some cases new vehicles must be designed and constructed.
Among this very large class of people are those who anathematize anyone who reminds them of their moral failings.
At the council of Constantinople (879-80), wherein Photius's status was clarified and the Nicene declarations (787) were reaffirmed, no mention was made of the Filioque, other than to reaffirm the 381 Creed (without Filioque) and anathematize "anyone who composed another confession of faith." (26)
It is a literary history that characterizes a genre in the context of religious and hence political controversy wherein authors, printers, and publishers sought to define and win over one audience and anathematize another.
But there is always the disquieting possibility that a turn of fortune may bring the pupil face to face with actual facts, and that she will anathematize you as a charlatan when she finds that you did not give her the adequate preparation which you assured her she was getting.
Is Archbishop Hutchison planning to anathematize all such wayward Anglicans publicly in Toronto's St.
One is to anathematize those who claim success, as happened to magicians and alchemists until physics and chemistry became respectable scientific subjects in the modern era.
An underlying tendency exists to anathematize the religious Other as inhumane.
While the empty hubris of much of the Arab world leads it to anathematize all things American, the populations of the South Atlantic continents admire the social and economic success of the United States, our cultural totems, and our political values.
257, thereafter Krawchuk); referring to Abkhazia as one of "other countries" (p.271) seems premature at best, given the status of this region of Georgia at the date of publication; and more than a few historians would surely dispute the claim that the "persistent tendency of Christian religions" to "anathematize homosexuality" has been occurring only.
The court could anathematize tyrants, warlords, and generals who might otherwise maintain a veneer of respectability.