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  • noun Alternative spelling of Manichaeism.

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Examples

  • "It is called Manichaeanism, and the Diet did not readmit it."

    A Case Of Conscience

  • "It is called Manichaeanism, and the Diet did not readmit it."

    A Case Of Conscience

  • The Palestinian-American critic Edward Said, who in polemical moments indulged in a Manichaeanism inflamed by the Palestinian cause, was one of those who found in Fanon a link between Marxist totality and Third World anticolonialism.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • By the time we get to Dick Tracy, with Reagan presiding over a me decade of rich-get-richer self-indulgence while restoring Cold War Manichaeanism with his Evil Empire rhetoric, even a liberal like Beatty was trafficking in right-wing moral fundamentalism.

    STAR

  • The Palestinian-American critic Edward Said, who in polemical moments indulged in a Manichaeanism inflamed by the Palestinian cause, was one of those who found in Fanon a link between Marxist totality and Third World anticolonialism.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • The Palestinian-American critic Edward Said, who in polemical moments indulged in a Manichaeanism inflamed by the Palestinian cause, was one of those who found in Fanon a link between Marxist totality and Third World anticolonialism.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • Then the Republicans became the sun (despite the Carter and Clinton interludes) until 2008, when the cold-war-type Manichaeanism and religious fundamentalism of the Bush years let the Democrats become the new sun.

    Conservatives: The Tanenhaus Taxonomy

  • Let me humbly add: The schism between faith and behavior came long before the reformers and crept into christianity through beliefs such as Zoroastianism, Gnosticm and Manichaeanism.

    TEXAS FAITH: Misunderstanding (my) religion | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • (The mailbag Manichaeanism can get ugly, as it did in New York recently, where Rove crudely accused post-9/11 liberals of merely wanting to "prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers.")

    Rove at War

  • I know it has become unfashionable to do such things, amidst all the macho Manichaeanism so popular among the serried ranks of various think-tanks, journalistic eminences, and blogospheric blowhards, where far too often ideological affiliation trumps fact-based inquiry.

    Dove's Eye View:

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