The evaluative tradition in economics is resolutely welfarist.
In the Christian church a tradition proceeding from Jesus himself was formed.
That tradition is not subjective, and that tradition is not politics.
Tradition means giving a vote to most obscure of all classes, our ancestors.
The Motivational Tradition defines emotions as distinctive motivational states.
That interaction is revealed in the placing of literary works into the forms of the oral tradition.
For theories of domination from the Continental tradition, see the entry, feminist perspectives on power.
In Cimabue’s more formal works he follows tradition closely, but he brings to that tradition a heightened sense of drama.
There is also, besides the Vedic tradition, the religious tradition of Agamas, particularly of the Pancharatra literature.
A third major Buddhist tradition, the Vajrayana, or Tantric tradition, developed out of the Mahayana school and became a powerful and dynamic religious force.
Protestant theologians have contributed to recent developments of panentheism by continuing the German Idealist tradition or the tradition of process philosophy.
Like the Greek tradition, the Latin tradition employed a great variety of exegetical tools in the teaching of Aristotle: paraphrases, elementary as well as more advanced commentaries.
In spite of its dependence on oral tradition, folk music has tended to be closely related to music in written tradition, and this relationship has intensified in periods of urbanization and revival.
Eastern tradition sets the number of Magi at 12, but Western tradition sets their number at three, probably based on the three gifts of “gold, frankincense, and myrrh” (Matthew 2:11) presented to the infant.
Not only does the scientific mainstream tradition conflict with the common-sense understanding of color in this way, but as well, the scientific tradition contains a very counter-intuitive conception of color.
The name reflected the Mahāyānists’ evaluation of their own tradition as a superior method, surpassing the others in universality and compassion; but the name was not accepted by the conservative schools as referring to a common tradition.
In Chinese religion, the Daoist tradition—often serving as a link between the Confucian tradition and folk tradition—has generally been more popular and spontaneous than the official (Confucian) state cult and less diffuse and shapeless than folk religion.
The best-known essay of the collection, “Tradition and the Individual Talent,” puts forth Eliot’s theory of a literary tradition that comprises the whole of European literature from Homer to the present and of the relationship of the individual poet to that tradition.
With regard to questions of freedom and domination, the distinction between continental feminists in the (French) post-structuralist tradition and those in the (German) tradition of critical theory is perhaps more pronounced than that between the latter and those in the analytic tradition.
These themes have to do with African tradition, with French colonialism and the displacement of Africans both physically and spiritually from their native tradition, with attempts to blend the French and the African traditions, and with postindependence efforts to piece the shards of African tradition and the French colonial experience into a new reality.
- an inherited pattern of thought or action
- a specific practice of long standing
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These themes have to do with African tradition with French colonialism and the displacement of Africans both physically and spiritually from their native tradition with attempts to blend the French and the African traditions and with postindependence efforts to piece the shards of African tradition and the French colonial experience into a new reality