Praxis

[store] Praxis, full name Praxis Doe-Het-Zelf Center B.V. (Praxis Do-It-Yourself Centre B.V.) is a Dutch Hardware store-chain, headquartered in Diemen. The company started in 1978 in Venlo and as of 2009 it has 136 stores spread over the Netherlands of which 26 have an extended assortment, the so called `Megastores`. Praxis employs about 50...
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Praxis

The capacity for voluntary bodily movement. [Caution: when considering willed movement, it is worth remembering that nobody has yet located the will which does the willing!]
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Praxis

Prax'is noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to do. See Practice .] 1. Use; practice; especially, exercise or discipline for a specific purpose or object. 'The praxis and theory of music.' Wood. 2. An example or form of exercise, or a collection of such exam...
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praxis

The performance of an action. ... Origin: G. Praxis, action ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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praxis

noun translating an idea into action; `a hard theory to put into practice`; `differences between theory and praxis of communism`
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Praxis

• (n.) Use; practice; especially, exercise or discipline for a specific purpose or object. • (n.) An example or form of exercise, or a collection of such examples, for practice.
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praxis

(from the article `Greek law`) In the Greek view, the trial served to determine the justification of a claim to seize the defendant`s person or belongings or both by way of an ...
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praxis

Type: Term Pronunciation: prak′sis Definitions: 1. The performance of an action.
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Praxis

[moth] Praxis is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. ...
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Praxis

(Gr. praxis) Activity that has its goal within itself; conduct, distinguished from poiesis, or production, which aims at bringing into existence something distinct from the activity itself. -- G.R.M.
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Praxis

Nicaraguan group of painters and sculptors active in Managua from 1963 to 1972. It was founded by Alejandro Aróstegui (b. 1935), together with the painter César Izquierdo (b. 1937) and the writer Amaru Barahona. It was founded with the intent of assimilating elements of Western Modernism while reaching a distinctive national pictorial...
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Praxis

The right of the Prince's to govern,the Prince's claim to domain.
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PRAXIS

The performance of an action or task.
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Praxis

[Eastern Orthodoxy] Praxis, a transliteration of the Greek word πρᾶξις (derived from the stem of the verb πράσσειν, prassein `to do, to act`), means `practice, action, doing`. More particularly, it means either: == Orthodox praxis == Orthodox writers use the term `praxis` to refer to what others, using an English rather than ...
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Praxis

[process] Praxis is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, embodied, or realised. `Praxis` may also refer to the act of engaging, applying, exercising, realizing, or practicing ideas. This has been a recurrent topic in the field of philosophy, discussed in the writings of Plato, Aristotle, St. Augustine, Immanuel Kant, ...
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praxis

customary practice or conduct
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