- Fasting as a result of your Christian faith and to atone for your sins is an example of praxis.
- Living the principles of communism instead of just theoretically discussing those principles and strategizingabout whether they will work is an example of praxis.
Praxis is defined as an accepted practice or custom, or an idea translated into action, or something in reality rather than something in theory.
- practice, as distinguished from theory, of an art, science, etc.
- established practice; custom
- Now Rare a set of examples or exercises, as in grammar
Origin of praxisMedieval Latin ; from Classical Greek ; from prassein, to do
- Practical application or exercise of a branch of learning.
- Habitual or established practice; custom.
Origin of praxisMedieval Latin pr&amacron;xis, from Greek, from pr&amacron;ssein, pr&amacron;g-, to do.
From Ancient Greek Ï€Ïá¾¶Î¾Î¹Ï‚ (praksis, “action, activity, practice")