These phases have been referred to as judicial quietism .
He abjures both quietism which leaves the world to its fate and the ‘myth of progress’ and looks to a Jesus who is still followed but also at least partly hidden and ‘yet to be revealed’.
He urged quietism , pacifism, and submission to civil government, exhorting his followers to live peaceably and unobtrusively in harmony with the community and the government.
Those who believe that all affairs of state will shortly come to an end are, for obvious reasons, inclined to political quietism .
Looked at more deeply, it seems to license quietism and indifference to things in the world, on the grounds that nothing that merely happens to people is really bad.
Nietzsche began as a disciple of Schopenhauer, but later rejected his pessimism and quietism .
Critics of Keswick spirituality alleged that through its emphasis on the inner life, it taught a quietism that discouraged practical expressions of Christian living and a mysticism that was foreign to evangelical theology.
The regime sought to overcome the quietism of the middle classes and of the long-suffering peasantry with the propaganda of national greatness.
There can be no quietism , no reactionary traditionalism, no retreat from the world.