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antitype

a person or thing that is foreshadowed or represented by a type or symbol, esp a character or event in the New Testament prefigured in the Old Testament
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50) In much the same way, Hilarius's drama brilliantly unites Eucharistic antitypes (the desecrations of Nebuchadnezzar and Belshazzar) and types (Daniel and Habakkuk) together with the characters, prophecies, and hymns appropriate to Christmas and its octave.
4)) Typology is a figure that unites time, harmonizes it, and gathers it together: "the type exists in the past and the antitype in the present, or the type exists in the present and the antitype in the future.
28) As vilain both characters embody the courtly antitype and therefore can be thought of as obstacles to love.
Now if the antitypes represent a breakdown in the integral dialectics of the scale of values, if such breakdown represents a movement away from the ideal path of progress and into the path of decline, then they are a manifestation of social and cultural evil, which Lonergan refers to as the social surd.
When the antitypes appeared, the types were also recognised in their full significance.
Based on these considerations it argues that the three earlier figures, Shimon ben Azzai, Shimon ben Zoma, and Elisha ben Abuyah (Aher) are presented as antitypes to the ideal Rabbi Akiba, who embodies qualities that each of the others lacks.
All these results are even strongly supported by those of the CFA for these cell frequencies: all sixteen possible combinations of (LENGTH and CONTRIBUTION) x (MEDIUM and ANALYSIS) for which Kaunisto's predictions hold are among the strongest significant types and antitypes (as ranked by the Q coefficient of pronouncedness).
Clean against appearances, every token of these intrinsic antitypes gets harnessed to some narrative trajectory, so as to affect the actional or the communicative process or usually both--with reciprocal effects on its own shape and meaning.
For Slosson and her protagonists -- both the deranged "dreamers" and handicapped "dumb foxgloves" -- nature, encompassing humans, animals, insects, and fruit, remains open to meanings imposed on it by the Bible, a universal repertoire of antitypes.
Miller also examines the characters who modify or accompany the hero, such as partners, helpers, foes, foils, and antitypes.
1) The two sisters, Maria de los Angeles and Susanita, and their aunt, Dolores, represent personal and cultural antitypes because in spite of their fears of condemnation and ostracism from their cultural group, they rebel against customs and tradition, fully prepared for the consequences of their rebellion.