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(noun) one who rejects a socially established morality

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antinomianism
antinomian



both among the minority who belong to gangs and the majority who share their antinomian stance

—p.53 The End of Middle-Class Work: No More Escapes (37) by Randall Collins
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6 years, 10 months ago


in the literature of advanced industrial society such antinomian characters

—p.318 Part VI: The 1960s (301) by Stuart Jeffries
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6 years, 5 months ago


Christian theology has made peace with its own antinomian tendencies—its simultaneous proclamations that we must discipline ourselves and that grace will breach and flood our flawed little disciplines

—p.99 How To Be Cultured (I): Bad Movies (75) by Phil Christman
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10 months, 3 weeks ago


nothing could be more insulting to Christianity than to reduce it romantically to antinomianism

—p.125 The Deadly Jester: Slavoj Žižek (107) by Adam Kirsch
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6 years ago


Jubilee served as a fundamental touchstone for seventeenth-century English radicals and the eighteenth-century Atlantic working class. It provided a readily available language for a range of antinomian positions

—p.180 Conclusion: Who’s Afraid of Jubilee? (171) by Richard Dienst
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6 years, 6 months ago