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- adj. Of or pertaining to decisionism
- n. A proponent of decisionism
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The fideist, decisionist, and absurdist traditions in Christianity seem so much more compelling to me (were I to choose): Pauline conversion; Tertullian apologetics; Pascalian wagering; Kierkegaardian fearfulness and faith-leaping; Calvinist depravity and helplessness.
He isn't a red-tooth-and-claw decisionist like Friedrich Nietzsche or Carl Schmitt; he's an angry civic republican who doesn't know where to turn.