sustantivo (plural orthodoxies)[mass noun]
- 1Authorized or generally accepted theory, doctrine, or practice: monetarist orthodoxy [count noun]: he challenged many of the established orthodoxiesMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The practice of politics is based on rigid orthodoxies that defy empirical testing.
- Radical innovators challenge the dogmas and the orthodoxies of the incumbents.
- The Kharijites tolerated no slight deviance from their orthodoxies and ideas of morality.
- 1.1The quality of conforming to orthodox theories, doctrines, or practices: writings of unimpeachable orthodoxyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Without tenure, job security would be a function of a professor's conformity to patriotic orthodoxy.
- Sounds like the university is ‘requiring conformity with… orthodoxy of content and method.’
- I also like Mill's querulous intolerance of the conformist pressure of orthodoxy and his impatience with unthoughtfulness.
- 2The whole community of Orthodox Jews or Orthodox Christians: she was brought up in orthodoxyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Finally, Wesley speaks of a present experience of Christian orthodoxy and of its effects in his life.
- He goes on to claim that social theory is a poor reflection of Christian orthodoxy.
- I wonder what part he daily participation in the liturgy in Christ Church Cathedral has played in this movement into orthodoxy.
mid 17th century: via late Latin from late Greek orthodoxia 'sound doctrine', from orthodoxos (see orthodox).