perfectionism

[ per-fek-shuh-niz-uh m ]

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Perfectionism: defining the term as referring to God's righteousness, and not self-righteousness.

Perfectionism, no less than isolationism or imperialism or power politics, may obstruct the paths to international peace.

This is the application of perfectionism to politics, which was originally a religious notion.

When he happens to be guilty of a fault, he is in a state of lapse; at other times in a state of perfectionism.

We know it is a doctrine of perfectionism, but it is not a practicable doctrine, in our opinion.

They must first be made to believe in perfectionism, before they would venture on such an experiment.

We gained a great step in the acquisition of our National Independence; but we did not arrive to a state of perfectionism.

Perfectionism, the doctrine that moral perfection is by divine grace attainable in the present life.

Their principles are perfectionism, communism and free love.

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