- a proposition that attempts to harmonize conflicting viewpoints
C19: from Greek, from eirēnikos of or concerning peace, from eirēnē peace
Examples from the Web for eirenicon
In the first place, this chapter is an eirenicon, intended to consign to oblivion the divisions and feuds of the Chosen People.Expositor's Bible: The Book of Jeremiah
William Henry Bennett
We must first, however, speak of a work put forth by Dr. Pusey as a sequel or a companion to the "Eirenicon."
This intended Eirenicon involved him in controversies that lasted for years.
In October 1534, however, Helgesen issued an eirenicon in which he attempted to reconcile the two contending confessions.