antinomi

法́ is.
1. 矛盾
2. 哲́ 二律背反

Türkçe-Çince Sözlük. 2014.

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  • ANTINOMI — I. ANTINOMI Graece Ἀντίνομοι, quasi Legis hostes, dicti sunt Ioh. Agricolae sectatores, quem, inutilem esse Legem divinam, atque ad eius observantiam homines Euangelicos non teneri, docuisse refert Rainaldus in Annal. Eccles. ad A. C. 1529. apud… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • antinomi — is., fel., Fr. antinomie Çatışkı …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • antinomi — an|ti|no|mi sb., en, er, erne (FILOSOFI modstrid mellem to gyldige udsagn) …   Dansk ordbog

  • Antinomismus — Antinomịsmus   [griechisch] der, , die grundsätzliche Gegnerschaft zu Gesetz und Gesetzlichkeit, die sich auch in anarchistischer Ablehnung der gesetzgeberischen Autorität des Staates ausdrücken kann. In frühchristlicher Zeit war Antinomismus… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • antinomistischer Streit — antinomịstischer Streit,   die Auseinandersetzung um die Zuordnung von Gesetz und Evangelium zwischen J. Agricola und P. Melanchthon seit 1527, zwischen Agricola und M. Luther seit 1537. Agricola widersprach der in Melanchthons… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Antinomie — Unvereinbarkeit; Widerspruch; Gegenteiligkeit; Kontradiktion; Gegensätzlichkeit; Paradox; Paradoxon * * * An|ti|no|mie 〈f. 19〉 1. Widerspruch innerhalb eines Satzes 2. Unvereinbarkeit zweier gültiger Sätze [<grch …   Universal-Lexikon

  • antinomie — ANTINOMÍE, antinomii, s.f. Contradicţie aparent insolubilă între două teze, două legi sau două principii (filozofice), care se exclud reciproc şi care totuşi pot fi demonstrate, fiecare în parte, la fel de concludent. – Din fr. antinomie, lat.… …   Dicționar Român

  • çatışkı — is., fel. Yasaların veya önermelerin kendi aralarında çelişikliği, antinomi …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • antinomian — (n.) one who maintains the moral law is not binding on Christians under the law of grace, 1640s, from M.L. Antinomi, name given to a sect of this sort that arose in Germany in 1535, from Gk. anti opposite, against (see ANTI (Cf. anti )) + nomos… …   Etymology dictionary

  • antinomian — [antɪ nəʊmɪən] adjective holding or relating to the view that Christians are released by grace from the obligation of observing the moral law. noun a person holding antinomian views. Derivatives antinomianism noun Origin C17: from med. L.… …   English new terms dictionary

  • antinomian — adj. & n. adj. of or relating to the view that Christians are released from the obligation of observing the moral law. n. (Antinomian) hist. a person who holds this view. Derivatives: antinomianism n. Etymology: med.L Antinomi, name of a sect in… …   Useful english dictionary

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