from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being dogmatic.


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  • I think a certain dogmaticism on the part of American labour is very regrettable; you can blame management all you want, but doesn’t change the fact that American labour is, essentially, pretty dumb and can’t really see the future.

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  • They are willingly blind to their own dogmaticism and if given the chance they would attempt to eradicate any idea that calls their supposed “truth” into question.

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  • In this sense, Chomsky's strategy echoes the rigid dogmaticism of devout communists.

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  • *Anti-dogmaticism : the systematic denial of any kind of Church held belief, any kind of conviction that is helf to be sacred.

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  • However, system-level dogmaticism must be rejected at all times because that will kill scientific progress.

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  • In fact, as I have said here before, dogmaticism is never really a problem at the individual level, it is really a problem at the level of the discipline.

    The Austrian Economists:

  • That means the scientists will have STRONG opinions, and too often that is confused with dogmaticism.

    The Austrian Economists:

  • As long as there is open scientific/scholarly competition in the field, dogmaticism doesn't do damage to the advance of science/scholarship.

    The Austrian Economists:

  • But it is my impression that Austrians when the charge of dogmaticism, or ignorance is raised are always accussed of practices that only the worst in the tradition practice.

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  • Still less were they agitated by the literary dogmaticism of Matthew Arnold.

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