school of thought

NOUN
  1. a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
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  • This school of thought says the potential damage nuclear power could reek on people and the environment, vastly outweighs the longer-term advantages this power source brings to energy security. The Burning Issue
  • There is a school of thought that says rock'n'roll is a busted flush, a sound stuck in a repetitive cycle. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the 1960s a new school of thought, known as structuralism, rose to challenge this view (See Nov. 3). 2. Religious and Philosophical Thought
  • There is a school of thought which says that people resent being told what to do. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a growing school of thought that what is sauce for the goose may be poison for the gander.
  • I don't belong to the school of thought that favours radical change.
  • At an international conference of rehabilitation professionals -- much like this one -- the school of thought called oralism won the day. Women With Disabilities: How To Become A Boat Rocker In Life:
  • There is a school of thought which says that people resent being told what to do. Times, Sunday Times
  • This may or may not be tied into debate about the genesis of pidgins, with one school of thought claiming there was a single source (monogenesis) and one arguing that pidgins arose separately (polygenesis) (a second battle is over substrate, superstrate, or bio-program, a glossary to figure out the terminology is here) languagehat.com: ANYONE FOR SALISHAN?
  • One school of thought says that we mimic the behaviour we learnt from our parents. Times, Sunday Times
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