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WHAT DOES QUIETISM MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Quietism in philosophy is an approach to the subject that sees the role of philosophy as broadly therapeutic or remedial. Quietist philosophers believe that philosophy has no positive thesis to contribute, but rather that its value is in defusing confusions in the linguistic and conceptual frameworks of other subjects, including non-quietist philosophy. By re-formulating supposed problems in a way that makes the misguided reasoning from which they arise apparent, the quietist hopes to put an end to man's confusion, and help return to a state of intellectual quietude.
The definition of quietism in the dictionary is a form of religious mysticism originating in Spain in the late 17th century, requiring withdrawal of the spirit from all human effort and complete passivity to God's will. Other definition of quietism is a state of passivity and calmness of mind towards external events.
The translations of quietism from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «quietism» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «QUIETISM» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «quietism» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «quietism» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about quietism
QUOTES WITH «QUIETISM»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word quietism.
Peace has to be created, in order to be maintained. It will never be achieved by passivity and quietism.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUIETISM»
Discover the use of quietism in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to quietism and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Mennonite peacemaking: from quietism to activism
The process of modernization levied a dramatic impact on the mode and style of Mennonite peacemaking as shown in this pathbreaking work by Leo Driedger and Donald B. Kraybill.
Leo Driedger, Donald B. Kraybill, 1994
Radiating Austerity: Disproving Quietism in Francisco de ...
1Julian Gallego and Jose Gudiol.
Melisa Jeanette Ramos-Palermo, 2009
War and Its Discontents: Pacifism and Quietism in the ...
This volume examines the limits Islam, Judaism, and Christianity have set for the use of coercive violence.
J. Patout Burns, 1996
Religion and Politics in Iran: Shiʻism from Quietism to ...
These eleven provocative essays explore the intellectual and historical evolution of Iran's state religion in the political arena and provide case studies of major trends and figures in contemporary Iranian Shi'i politics.
Nikki R. Keddie, 1983
Heidegger: Decisionism and Quietism
In this way, Heidegger's idea of freedom is quite different from the typical existentialist notion of freedom as unrestricted arbitrariness."--BOOK JACKET.
Mark Basil Tanzer, 2002
Fénelon: Selected Writings
By the very nature of their newly acquired state of passivity and perfection, the
disciples of Quietism were considered to be docile instruments of God's will and
therefore immune to the possibility of sin. Ronald Knox, in his penetrating study of
François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon, Chad Helms, 2006
Religion and Politics in Iraq: Muslim Shia Clerics Between ...
This book focuses on the dilemma of Iraq's clerics within this setting, caught between political activism and quietism. It addresses also major developments in neighbouring Iran insofar as they had a bearing on Iraq.
M. Ismail Marcinkowski, 2004
In Search of Schopenhauer's Cat: Arthur Schopenhauer's ...
Schopenhauer himself gave us a brief but keenly focused definition of “Quietism,”
and in doing so, connected it with the concepts of asceticism and mysticism:
Quietism, i.e., the giving up of all willing, asceticism, i.e., intentional mortification
Raymond B. Marcin, 2006
Beckett Et la Religion:
The Britannica entry on Quietism notes, in words uncannily predicative of
Beckett's abiding concerns, the need to distinguish the voice of God (the "Not-I"?1
from the vagaries of imagination by rejecting the "sense of proprietorship" and ...
Marius Buning, Matthijs Engelberts, Onno Rutger Kosters, 2000
The Hasidic Psychology: Making Space for Others
Interpersonal Contraction and Active Quietism To grasp the profound socially
functional implications emanating from the interactive theory of contraction, it is
useful to differentiate between the social connotation inherent in the concept of ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUIETISM»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term quietism is used in the context of the following news items.
The End of Higher Education as We Know It
That latter get erased in discourses wrapped in a kind of comforting quietism and universalizing of personal trauma that demands not just the suppression of ... «CounterPunch, Jun 15»
Paul Griffiths (Decreation) argues that “quietism” about political interest and judgment is a sign here and now of the future quietus of heaven. “Quietism” doesn't ... «First Things, Apr 15»
'Let's Break The Quietism' Implores Civil Rights Veteran At MLK …
On Sunday, clergy from local Lutheran, Congregational, and Unitarian churches -- plus a rabbi -- honored the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. at New Hope ... «New Hampshire Public Radio, Jan 15»
The Problem With Moderate Islam and Why We Need to Redefine …
Sohaib Sultan is the Imam and Muslim Life Coordinator in the Office of Religious Life at Princeton University. The attitude has led to a quietism in the face of ... «TIME, Dec 14»
'It's the Apocalypse, Stupid': Matthew Sutton on how 'Bible prophecy …
... and second, the confusion that comes from imagining that Rapture-obsessed premillennialism retreated into a-political quietism during the New Deal and the ... «Patheos, Dec 14»
Race and policing in America
... executive director of Community Renewal Society of Chicago and the co-author of "Radical Reconciliation: Beyond Political Pietism and Christian Quietism.". «Chicago Tribune, Nov 14»
Hongkun Museum's 'Frenetic Quietism'
The duo exhibition, Frenetic Quietism, that opened on Saturday at the Hongkun Museum of Fine Art in Beijing on Saturday, sees the return of two such artists ... «Global Times, Nov 14»
“Options” for Cultural Engagement
Quietism has never fit well with the pragmatic American ethos and from one angle the Benedictines smack too much of quietist withdrawal. From the view of ... «First Things, Oct 14»
Event: Cultural critic Slavoj Žižek asks when is a thing more than just …
... evolved across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries into its own revolutionary force, maybe Žižek's advocating for a kind of radical quietism through which, ... «The Globe and Mail, Aug 14»
Is there a realistic non-violent response to the violence in Iraq?
While many agreed that we cannot practice quietism in the midst of the violence in Iraq, there were some who felt I mischaracterized Christian pacifism in the ... «National Catholic Reporter, Aug 14»
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