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- noun One who rejects or does not ascribe to the doctrine of the
- adjective Rejecting or not ascribing to the doctrine of the Holy
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Given that the label 'nontrinitarian' is the result of a misreading of Clausewitz, in a sense it is devoid of proper analytical meaning.
There can be no nontrinitarian war if trinitarian war did not exist to begin with.
Whether civil wars, insurgency, organised crime or terrorism, van Creveld maintains that these forms of conflict are nontrinitarian and cannot therefore be examined through the lens of Clausewitzian theory.