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  • verb Present participle of dogmatize.

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Examples

  • I'd also be the first to agree that treating the whole subject of possible Martian fossils and artifacts as an occasion for dogmatizing showmanship probably in some senses does a disservice to genuine anomalistics research in these areas.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Many Orthodox object that, even if such "developments" are acceptable as theological opinions, dogmatizing them imposes more of a confessional burden than the common deposit warrants.

    Our "solitary boast"

  • Many Orthodox object that, even if such "developments" are acceptable as theological opinions, dogmatizing them imposes more of a confessional burden than the common deposit warrants.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • “A few years hence no one will care a straw for my dogmas,” there would be far less dogmatizing in the world than there is!

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • “I suppose you are always interfering with your own feelings, and those of other people, and dogmatizing about the irrationality of this, that, and the other sentiment, and then ordering it to be suppressed because you imagine it to be inconsistent with logic.”

    The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte

  • The interest that attaches in nature to each man, because he is right by his wrong, and wrong by his right; because he defies all dogmatizing and classification, so many allowances and contingencies and futurities are to be taken into account; strong by his vices, often paralyzed by his virtues; — sinks into entire sympathy with his society.

    Representative Men

  • For what it's worth, here is my "short list" of writers on the subject of UFOs qwith whom I have some familiarity who DO seem aware of the fact that evidence and logic count for far more than name-calling, dogmatizing, reductive out-of-hand dismissal, and other forms of rhetorical bullying.

    Posthuman Blues

  • The difficulty of the undertaking, and still more of dogmatizing on the proper mode of executing it, is manifest from the fact that Mr. Newman is quite as successful in turning some specimens of Mr. Arnold's into ridicule as the latter had been with his.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862

  • This of course has its good side: it saves him from dogmatizing on uncertain points, and he has a hearty appreciation of the confusion in his authorities: xxxvii. 34, 5, 'is ubi et quando et quo casu captus sit, sicut pleraque alia, parum inter auctores constat.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • His dogmatizing and theorizing expatiate not on the way he works in either art, but on the propriety of combining the two.

    Lippincott's Magazine, December 1878

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