By Danut Manastireanu
This research seeks to enquire the trinitarian consistency of Dumitru Staniloae’s basic ecclesiology, by way of use of a ‘perichoretic version of the church’, rooted within the patristic thought of trinitarian perichoresis, which describes the reciprocal interpenetration of the divine folks, in line with their universal divine ousia. Staniloae makes his japanese patristic realizing of the Trinity the basis of his complete theological
construction, together with his ecclesiology. For him, the Church, as a theoanthropic truth, is named to be an icon of the Trinity, a real mirrored image in area and time of the perichoretic relatives present endlessly among the divine folks of the triune God. This demands an ecclesiology that's rooted both in Christology and in pneumatology, any imbalance during this dynamic best, in Staniloae’s opinion, both to over the top institutionalism and authoritarianism or to exaggerated individualism and subjectivism. The trinitarian inconsistencies published via the research version now we have used come up extra from the attribute clericalist and sacramentalist developments inherent to Orthodoxy commonly, than from the actual nature of Staniloae’s theology.
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They have been used for voiced sounds in the IPA, which was developed by leading phoneticians (such as Paul Passy and Daniel Jones), in whose languages there are such lenis voiced stops. T h e corresponding voiceless stops, then, are given as p, t, k, etc. This agrees with the practice of the WadeGiles system of romanization for Chinese, which writes/) for (lenis) [b], t for (lenis) [d], etc. In recent years, however, because of increased interest in a practical orthography, in which aspiration signs will be a burden—newspapers omit them anyway—the voiced letters, so to speak, are used more and more for the lenis voiceless (unaspirated) stops.
IPA has symbols for certain half-way points in the mid central box, which are rarely used and are not included here. In the accompanying Table 2 symbols in parentheses are not officially part of the IPA. The vowels in Table 2 are called dorsal because they are mainly determined by the position of the surface of the tongue. There is a whole series of what the Swedish sinologist Bernhard Karlgren calls apical vowels, formed with the apex, or tip, of the tongue in the dental or retroflex position, unrounded or rounded, thus forming four vowels \ , \, tj, and \\.
From the point of view of distinctive features the Japanese phoneme /h/ consists of voiceless non-apical friction, whether occurring in the glottal, palatal, or in the labial region. As we have seen, the statement that the Japanese /h/ has three allophones has already been prejudiced by the phonemics of the majority of well-known Western languages, and actually there are five and not three allophones, since the three phonetically different sounds [hj, [he], and [hj usually form members of a phoneme /h/ in those languages but not including  and [$].