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- adv. In a dogmatic manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a dogmatic manner; positively; magisterially.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dogmatic manner; positively; in a magisterial or authoritative manner; arrogantly.
- In the Kantian philosophy, by a dogmatic method. See dogmatic, a., 3.
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- adv. in a narrow-minded dogmatic manner
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Just because I do not hold my opinions dogmatically is no reason to think I do not really hold them, or that they are unjustified.
In instructing both groups the subjects should be taught dogmatically, that is, authoritatively, appealing rather to the children's faith than to their reasoning powers.
Among these a theological character is unmistakeable, the separate divinities having their attributes and titles dogmatically fixed.
Had we endeavoured to prove these analogies dogmatically, that is, from conceptions; that is to say, had we employed this method in attempting to show that everything which exists, exists only in that which is permanent -- that every thing or event presupposes the existence of something in a preceding state, upon which it follows in conformity with a rule -- lastly, that in the manifold, which is coexistent, the states coexist in connection with each other according to a rule, all our labour would have been utterly in vain.
"But you need such things," dogmatically; "a man can't live out of the world and not -- degenerate."
Non-evolutionists are described with the non-referenced, non-neutral term "dogmatically"
Is it us or are some members of Congress vying to take the place of the 16th-century Catholic Church in dogmatically opposing well-supported scientific conclusions?
In both cases, we would be dogmatically embracing a massive falsehood to guard against a moderate potential bias.
Elites form their political beliefs dogmatically, using their cleverness to organize facts to fit preconceived prejudices.
At $472 billion per year, the Pentagon budget would be almost $40 billion more than we averaged, in inflation adjusted "constant" dollars, during the Cold War when we faced an intimidating super-power, the Soviet Union, its Warsaw Pact allies and a hostile, dogmatically communist China.