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ANTITACTÆ, an"ti-tac´tî or -tê: The name given by Clement of Alexandria (Strom., iii. 34-39; followed by Theodoret, Hœreticarum fabularum epitome, i. 16) to a branch of Gnostic libertines, who rejected the demiurge. See Carpocrates and the Carpocratians.

G. Krüger.

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