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

  • Feminist psychologists are also increasingly concerned to avoid dogmatism and prescription.
  • While religious dogmatism is always a danger, it is less of a problem for us today than the soft-core spirituality that is its opposite.
  • We lack the religious dogmatism and discipline of the other religions who are posing a threat to the very fabric of our religion.
  • Both dogmatism and revisionism run counter to Marxism.
  • Dogmatism and empiricism alike are subjectivism, each originating from an opposite pole.
  • For others, it was the beginning of a culture of dependency which intensified over the decades, encouraged by political dogmatism.
  • The irony of the Reformation was that in the name of shoring up the old order, its dogmatism unintentionally gave birth to the living traditions of civil and political liberty. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • On the other hand, the hereditary dogmatism of their Southern kinsmen, is manifested in the summary disposition these make of all vagabond Yankees -- tinkers and peddlers -- found strolling about without any "local habitation," whenever they suspect them of being abolition emmissaries: for they incontinently ride the poor fellows on rails, and ornament their backs with a coat of tar and feathers, and sometimes administer to them hydropathically, giving them a succession of gentle douses in the nearest mill-pond, or oftener perhaps, in the pond attached to the nearest farmer's goosery. Social relations in our Southern States,
  • 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
  • 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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