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From Ancient Greek πρᾶξις (praksis): action, activity, practice.

In contemporary usage: “I'm going to tell you how to do your shit, and you should listen, because I have a degree in cultural studies.”
A truly liberatory praxis must never fail to neglect the counter revolutionary tendencies of the running dogs of the imperialist petty bourgeoisie, but rather contribute towards the construction of a radically public discourse of revolution.
by mvc October 21, 2012
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an unnecessary exercise put forward by the LA program at Guelph University to torture undergrad students
I'm handing out this praxis and it's due in a couple of days!
by Guelph LA Student January 26, 2011
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The combining of theory and practice of performance and using it to expand the art.
In performance studies specifically praxis is combining theory and practice making the reaction stronger
by ENC_Editor January 11, 2010
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