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heterodox

at variance with established, orthodox, or accepted doctrines or beliefs
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The Borderlands of Science will reward careful study and will doubtless provide fodder for discussion for a long time to come--in sharp contrast to the perpetuation of heterodoxies by Bauer and others of his ilk.
Thus Alison Winter's chapter on the construction of orthodoxies and heterodoxies in early Victorian life science sweeps away older understandings based on sociologically-informed marginalization theory by delving into the ways in which William Carpenter negotiated a reputation for himself through the careful manipulation of his audience and texts.
In Catharism, the oldest of the post-millennium heterodoxies, the privilege of Latinity remained largely uncontested.