via media[ vahy-uh mee-dee-uh, mey-, vee-uh; Latin wee-ah me-dee-ah ]SEE DEFINITION OF via media
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIA MEDIA
This was the first condition of any reasonable treatise on the Via Media.
The Via Media has slept in libraries; it is a substitute of infancy for manhood.
None the less the via media they offered has penetrated English thought.
His virtues were those of the successful pursuers of the via media.
A via media is attempted, however, by Mr. Howitt, to which we shall return.
There was no via media; you were either a saint or a sinner, of the church or the world.
The via media, as almost always, is here also the via veritatis.
Perhaps this via media might have been adopted had it presented itself earlier.
The truth lay, not with the Via Media, but in what was called "the extreme party."
The subject of this volume,published in 1837, is the "Via Media."