Origin of Manichean
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How else to explain this Manichaean reaction to young men from a part of India, Kashmir, which bridles against its place in India?India Row Evokes Cricket’s Ultranationalist Tebbit Test|Tunku Varadarajan|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.
His Manichaean friends urged him to take this step, which was rendered easier by the licentious lives of the students at Carthage.
He was a great scholar, and had become acquainted with Gnostic and Manichaean doctrines.Rumanian Bird and Beast Stories|Anonymous
Yet Languedoc furnished the most heroic martyrs for the ascetic Manichaean creed.
Increasingly occupied with the exact sciences, he learnt the incompatibility of the Manichaean astrology with the facts.
The Manichaean system is one of consistent, uncompromising dualism, in the form of a fantastic philosophy of nature.
also Manichean, 1550s (n.), 1630s (adj.), from Latin Manichaeus (see Manichaeism).