Definición de via media en inglés:

via media

Saltos de línea: via media
Pronunciación: /viːə ˈmɛdɪə
 
, ˈmiːdɪə
 
/

sustantivo

formal
A middle way or compromise between extremes: the settlement has sometimes been described as a via media between Catholicism and Protestantism
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This is especially so, I want to suggest, when their ecclesiological theories are examined and compared in the light of the idea of Anglicanism as a via media, or middle way between two extremes.
  • He steers the via media which locates the middle path between the decentralized power of Israelites vested in kinship relations and the centralized and hierarchical authority represented by the king's office.
  • ‘It is a deeply religious play and shows that to reach God you do not need a via media,’ argues the Padma Shree dramatist.

Origen

Latin.

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