However, even the rigorist
Iavorskyi made a small concession to the fact that Petrine Russia was a multireligious polity.
In response to the rigorist
and minimalist Protopiro, his opponent Didascolo advocated Piranesi's belief in the creative license of the designer--'the crazy liberty of following his own caprice' as triumphantly demonstrated in the works of Borromini and Bernini.
Sullivan writes that both Gutierre and King Pedro "ate egregiously mistaken in their actions [...] but the richness of Calderon's critique lies in the portrayal of the exculpation of a moral rigorist
by a moral laxist [...].
While theoretically Catholicism forbids the direct taking of innocent life at any stage of life, the most rigorist
sanctions are applied to taking unborn life, while there are no sanctions applied to killing non-combatants in war, selling toxic waste to farmers as fertilizer that cause people to sicken and die, favoring military spending over social welfare spending that is impoverishing the majority of the world's population and any number of other actions which have the consequences of unjust and untimely death.
make no secret of their adherence to a radical or "rigorist
Disappointed by his loss to Cornelius in the Papal election of 251, the Roman priest Novatian became head of the rigorist
faction that condemned leniency to those who had evaded martyrdom, and was consecrated as the rival Bishop of Rome.
has been recorded who would not utter a lie even by way of a joke, like Epaminondas.
Quakerism, principally in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Rhode Island, infused a mystical noncomformism into the colonies, while later immigrations of German Anabaptists--Mennonites, the Amish, Hutterites--imported a "free church" discipline of somewhat more rigorist
variety, and perhaps something of radical Anabaptism's apocalyptic utopianism (it would be difficult, at any rate, to be unimpressed by the similarities between the tragic history of the 1535 "Kingdom of Munster" and that of the compound at Waco).
We can now give the principled response to the rigorist
rejoinder broached in note 26.
It also presents a new view of Lambrecht's work, and with a vengeance, putting him forward as an author engaged in secular themes (not as the clerical rigorist
he has been traditionally held to be) and rehabilitating him as no mere botcher of Alberic's work.
Such productions, in a mass-market communication industry, necessarily are what Sinetar (1993: 27) called a collaborative art form, "the product of multiple psyches." As such they are bound to be a typical product of committees and never will achieve the perfection rigorist
critics might want.
(It could be argued in hindsight that it had the opposite effect, for the rigorist
wing then became more assertive in its claims.) Bonaventure sought to transpose Francis into a universal prophet, who was sent to rejuvenate the entire Church.