Praxis (Eastern Orthodoxy)

Praxis (Eastern Orthodoxy)

Praxis, a transliteration of the Greek word πρᾶξις (derived from the stem of the verb πράσσειν, prassein "to do, to act"), means "practice, action, doing". More particularly, it means either:

  1. practice, as distinguished from theory, of an art, science, etc.; or practical application or exercise of a branch of learning;
  2. habitual or established practice; custom.

Read more about Praxis (Eastern Orthodoxy):  Orthodox Praxis, Corresponding Terminology in Roman Catholicism, Modern Meaning of "praxis"

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