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Phelipeaux has given us, in his narrative of Quietism, the portrait of the friend of Madame Guyon.
He was fully convicted of Quietism and, on March 16, 1689, he was condemned to life-long prison.
This was, as we have seen, one of the dangerous tenets of Quietism, and over this there was a prolonged and subtle disputation.
The indifference, which was the point most objected to in Quietism, was greatly limited by Fnelon.
Molinos has been considered the leader and founder of the Quietism of the seventeenth century.
Their doctrine of "Quietism," or constant, pure love, was liable to create a schism.
Without pessimism we might easily sink into a kind of contented fatalism, and end in quietism, in the manner of many religions.
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Quietism was his literary religion, and the sensational was to him not merely vulgar, but almost wicked.
Humanitys long quietism has been succeeded by a feverish activity.
To have no opinions was the sceptical maxim, because in practice it meant apathy, total quietism.

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