Traditionalism Meaning in Hindi

Noun

  1. 1. परंपरावाद (p. paranaparavad )
  2. 2. परम्परावाद (p. paramparavad )
  3. 3. परंपरानिष्ठता (p. paraMparAniSThatA )
  4. 4. परंपरावादिता (p. paraMparAvAditA )

Traditionalism Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Strict adherence to traditional methods or teachings
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Traditionalism Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "wisely put it years ago, Tradition is the living faith of the dead. Traditionalism is the dead faith of the living, and I suppose I should add, it is traditionalism that gives Tradition such a bad name.1"
- Richard Rohr, Immortal Diamond: The search for our true self

2. "The danger lies not in the imaginary hydra of revolution, but in a stubborn traditionalism that impedes progress."
- Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

3. "So one of the ways to maintain a certain sense of self is to remain somewhat linked to essential traditionalism. This"
- Malidoma Patrice Somé, Ritual: Power

4. "As Jaroslav Pelikan so wisely put it years ago, Tradition is the living faith of the dead. Traditionalism is the dead faith of the living, and I suppose I should add, it is traditionalism that gives Tradition such a bad name"
- Richard Rohr, Immortal Diamond: The Search for Our True Self

5. "As Jaroslav Pelikan so wisely put it years ago, Tradition is the living faith of the dead. Traditionalism is the dead faith of the living, and I suppose I should add, it is traditionalism that gives Tradition such a bad name.1"
- Richard Rohr, Immortal Diamond: The search for our true self

6. "An alternative modernity worthy of the name would recover the mediating power of ethics and aesthetics. This would be accomplished not by a return to blind traditionalism but through the democratization of technically mediated institutions. Power"
- Andrew Feenberg, Between Reason and Experience: Essays in Technology and Modernity

7. "The church will not have power to act or believe until it recovers its tradition of faith and permits that tradition to be the primal way out of enculturation. This is not a cry for traditionalism but rather a judgment that the church has no business more pressing than the reappropriation of its memory in its full power and authenticity."
- Walter Brueggemann, Prophetic Imagination: Revised Edition

8. "The Qur’an sought to reform, not to destroy and start from scratch, to salvage what was useful and then to modify and build on it. The task was to get the Arabs to think about religion in a novel way, to inculcate in them a new conceptual frame of reference, to transfer them from one worldview to another, and higher, one. This process of transformation took them from traditionalism to individualism, from impulsiveness to discipline, from supernaturalism to science, from intuition to conscious reasoning and, in the end, ideally, harmonized the whole."
- Jeffrey Lang, Struggling to Surrender: Some Impressions of an American Convert to Islam

9. "As Karl Mannheim argued, what distinguishes conservatism from traditionalism—the universal vegetative tendency to remain attached to things as they are, which is manifested in nonpolitical behaviors such as a refusal to buy a new pair of pants until the current pair is shredded beyond repair—is that conservatism is a deliberate, conscious effort to preserve or recall those forms of experience which can no longer be had in an authentic way. Conservatism becomes conscious and reflective when other ways of life and thought appear on the scene, against which it is compelled to take up arms in the ideological struggle. 60 Where the traditionalist can take"
- Corey Robin, The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin

10. "The first phase of modernism, which so far as the English language goes we associate with Pound and Yeats, Wyndham Lewis and Eliot and Joyce, was clerkly enough, sceptical in many ways; and yet we can without difficulty convict most of these authors of dangerous lapses into mythical thinking. All were men of critical temper, haters of the decadence of the times and the myths of mauvaise foi. All, in different ways, venerated tradition and had programmes which were at once modern and anti-schismatic. This critical temper was admittedly made to seem consistent with a strong feeling for renovation; the mood was eschatological, but scepticism and a refined traditionalism held in check what threatened to be a bad case of literary primitivism. It was elsewhere that the myths ran riot."
- Frank Kermode, The Sense of an Ending: Studies in the Theory of Fiction

 
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