from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The religious system taught by or derived from the teachings of Manichæus; Manichean doctrine.


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  • Their worldview - marinated in a foul imperialistic manicheism - is uttlerly illiberal.


  • Perhaps at the bottom of it all there was a kind of unconscious manicheism, and Satan, as Prince of Darkness, or of the Powers of the Air, became at last a sovereign, with his great feudatories and countless vassals, capable of maintaining a not unequal contest with the King of Heaven.

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  • The inquiry at first was painful, and half convinced me of the truth of manicheism; but deeper research taught me that the errors of man do not originate in the perversity of his nature, but of his ignorance.

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  • In this double turn of events, the strong values of modernity have been substituted by a "weak thinking", vulnerable to manipulation and manicheism.

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  • It would be more appropriate to mention other faiths like boedhism, manicheism, judaism etc and not only christianity.

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