Heterodox

  • (adj): Characterized by departure from accepted beliefs or standards.
    Synonyms: dissident, heretical

Some articles on heterodox:

Fields or Schools of Heterodox Economics
... economics # Social economics (partially heterodox usage) Supply-side economics Sraffian economics # Technocracy (Energy Accounting) Thermoeconomics Mouvement Anti-Utilitariste dans les Sciences Sociales # Listed ...
Heterodoxy - Islam
... by Muslims for beliefs perceived as being extremely heterodox (more in line with the Christian use of the word "heresy") ... Sunni and Shia Islam Muslims see each other as heterodox, differing in practice mainly on matters of jurisprudence or fiqh, splitting historically on the matter of the ... succession dispute, have subsumed several groups which the majority of Muslims view as heterodox, such as the Seveners, and gnostic-influenced Alawites, and many other sects and subsects ...
Yahweh - History - Yahwism
... has distinguished three broad categories of Yahwism, orthodox, heterodox, and syncretistic ... Heterodox Yahwism is described by Miller as a mixture of elements of orthodox Yahwism with particular practices that conflicted with orthodox Yahwism or were not customarily a part of it ... For example, heterodox Yahwism included the presence of cult objects rejected in by orthodox expressions, such as the Asherah, figurines of various sorts (females, horses and riders, animals and birds, and the ...
Heterodox Economics - Most Recent Developments
... Over the past two decades, the intellectual agendas of heterodox economists have taken a decidedly pluralist turn ... Leading heterodox thinkers have moved beyond the established paradigms of Austrian, Feminist, Institutional-Evolutionary, Marxian, Post Keynesian, Radical, Social, and ... is creating a new generation of scholarship in which novel combinations of heterodox ideas are being brought to bear on important contemporary and historical problems, such as socially-grounded reconstructions of ...
Alawites - Beliefs - Heterodox
... According to author Theodore Padnos, who lived in Syria from 2007 to 2010, the Alawite religion evolved during the years under Hafez Al Assad's rule, so that Alawites became not Shi'ites, but effectively Sunnis ... Public manifestation or "even mentioning of any Alawite religious activities" were banned, as were any Alawite religious organizations or "any formation of a unified religious council" or a higher Alawite religious authority ...