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  • n. Plural form of orthodoxy.


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  • It's just unfortunate that the debate seems to have become polarised with competing 'orthodoxies' being defended to the death.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The Josh Marshalls have never been able to stomach a Michael Steele or Clarence Thomas: they will always eventually point out the person's deviation from his or her race's "orthodoxies".

    There's an awful lot of instinctive revulsion toward Bobby Jindal.

  • You won't find any scientific 'orthodoxies' battling tooth and nail in public to suppress talk or teaching of such concepts, nor any attempts to outlaw these approaches in science or education.

    Bleeping Bleepers

  • Yes - new networks (even 'orthodoxies') are required for the left to lift itself above the level of a deeply compromised 'club' in this country.


  • When he uses the word "orthodoxies," he is leveling a specific charge - knowingly, I would argue, given that Will famously prides himself on the wealth and precision of his language.

    The Inverse Square Blog

  • None Business orthodoxies will be challenged by modern communication technologies, further outsourcing and subdivision of production, access to much larger markets, and dropping technology costs.

    IT Breaks Free

  • Business school orthodoxies of strategic planning cycles are threatened when the rate of change of technology means market-shifting changes take place within a typical strategic plan.

    IT Breaks Free

  • Chris Dedicoat , president of European Markets for Cisco, says: "New technologies will challenge existing business orthodoxies and organizations will need to evolve their business models in order to achieve sustainable and profitable growth."

    IT Breaks Free

  • Among other things, it is a personal spiritual quest -- this is something he has in common with William Blake -- and he has an attraction to spiritual images that are untainted by religious orthodoxies.

    John Seed: John Frame: The Intuitive

  • They fought free of the rigid orthodoxies dictated by punk and, by taking musical inspiration from 60s bands such as the Byrds, introduced a new audience to music that had been swept under the carpet in the wake of 1977's Year Zero.

    In praise of … REM | Editorial


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