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1Practice, as distinguished from theory:‘modern political praxis is now thoroughly permeated with a productivist ethos’
- ‘There is nothing like it in the rest of the world: a single site that covers theory, praxis and practice in the discipline.’
- ‘He explores, through both theory and praxis, possible methods for moving from the realm of ‘telling’ students to ‘teaching’ students.’
- ‘There are no watertight theories of political praxis that are without contradictions and limitations.’
- ‘For if my argument here engages the question of aesthetic theory and political praxis in the thought of two particular men, it also hopes to consider the nature and power of affective art in general.’
- ‘Rhetoric is a practical discipline; it has a strong tradition that merges theory and praxis in the concrete conditions of performance, especially as these are realized in democratic societies.’
2Accepted practice or custom:‘patterns of Christian praxis in Church and society’
custom, practice, habit, tradition, convention, routine, rule, rite, ritual, observance, ordinance, ceremony, ceremonialView synonyms
- ‘To put flesh on the image of God that is the church in nepantla, I want to point to some signifiers that I observed in the praxis of my own ministry while serving a parish in San Antonio several years ago.’
Late 16th century: via medieval Latin from Greek, literally doing, from prattein do.
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