[ UK /dˈɒɡmətˌɪzəm/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑɡməˌtɪzəm/ ]
  1. the intolerance and prejudice of a bigot
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How To Use dogmatism In A Sentence

  • Lambert isn't against atonalism, and admires Berg a great deal, but he's against any sort of dogmatism, and the atonalists had become dogmatic even by then.
  • This is why he claims to be "˜non-dogmatic 'while promoting his own form of dogmatism in conforming to the views of certain ID leaders, and even to those who pre-date the IDM but who use the words" ˜design 'or "˜intelligence' in their vocabulary. The Memory Hole
  • Feminist psychologists are also increasingly concerned to avoid dogmatism and prescription.
  • However, she was not nearly as concerned with religious dogmatism as were her siblings.
  • Our guiding principle should be to leave behind parochial nationalism and dogmatism, and to promote mutually beneficial cooperation based on equality to enjoy prosperity.
  • This makes it much easier to push a kind of fascist dogmatism onto people who do not make much attempt to question the status quo.
  • While the academy is not free of dogmatists, it nonetheless rejects dogmatism because it represents the end of thinking.
  • At the same time as we criticize dogmatism, we must direct our attention to criticizing revisionism.
  • Most of us locate ourselves at some point along a spectrum, with religious dogmatism at one extreme and ideological secularism at the other.
  • Merrington had received the information with the imperviable dogmatism of the official mind, strong in the belief in its own infallibility, resentful of advice or suggestion as an attempt to weaken its dignity. The Hand in the Dark
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