I have learned that outcomes, at least when it comes to technology, are not as manichaean as we believe them to be in the moment.
It is harder to strike pouting, manichaean postures now, when a black man holds the highest office in the land.
How else to explain this manichaean reaction to young men from a part of India, Kashmir, which bridles against its place in India?
The seat of the manichaean pope was for centuries in Babylon, at a later period in Samarkand.
Hence, on the other hand, the wild rebound into licentiousness which has sometimes characterized Gnostic or manichaean sects.
The only part of the manichaean mythology that became popular was the crude, physical dualism.
The manichaean had to pray four times a day, each prayer being preceded by ablutions.
His manichaean friends urged him to take this step, which was rendered easier by the licentious lives of the students at Carthage.
Finally, the manichaean doctrines exhibit points of similarity to those of the Christian Elkesaites.
Yet Languedoc furnished the most heroic martyrs for the ascetic manichaean creed.