- n. 神政；神权政体；神治国（复数theocracies）
- theocracy (n.)
- 1737; earlier as un-Latinized theocraty (1620s), "form of government in which God is recognized as supreme ruler and his laws form the statute book," originally of the sacerdotal government of Israel before the rise of kings, from later Greek theokratia (Josephus), literally "the rule of God," from theos "god" (see theo-) + kratos "a rule, regime, strength" (see -cracy). Meaning "priestly or religious body wielding political and civil power" is recorded from 1825. Related: Theocratic (1741).
- 1. Taking a stand as a theologian and spokesman of theocracy, Thomas Aquinas argued on some important socioeconomic issues.
- 2. Shangzhou was an important period for the formation and development of theocracy.
- 3. Humanistic artists opposed asceticism with humanism, opposed theocracy with human rights.
- 人文主义艺术家以人文主义反对禁欲主义, 以人权反对神权,追求个性的自由、理性的至上和人性的全面发展是文艺复兴时期艺术大师们创作的共同特点.
- 4. Even now quasi - theocracy dies hard.
- 5. In a theocracy like ours, the values of one religion are imposed on the entire country.
[ theocracy 造句 ]