Examples of dogmatism in a Sentence
a man much given to inflexible dogmatism when it came to the role of government in regulating the economy
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Various Western intellectuals, ranging from Thomas Friedman to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, have argued over the past decades that Muslims need their own Martin Luther to save themselves from intolerance and dogmatism.
What a terrible price to achieve that Westphalian moment — when wars of religious sectarianism break believers of their dogmatism, when other identities emerge.
Steve Sack’s statement on university dogmatism and obstruction begs for clarification.
Most are Israeli liberals, but a couple of right-wing hardliners get into testy exchanges with the director which only serve to illustrate the unyielding dogmatism that threatens every attempt at political compromise in the region.
The decades of warnings against dietary cholesterol provide a classic case of this unwarranted dogmatism.
Singing with earnest clarity, Father John Misty indicts selfishness, ignorance, distraction, vanity, politics, self-delusion, dogmatism, technocracy, God and, by no means least, himself.
The ardent dogmatism of 1917 seems almost unimaginable today; politics are flickering and ephemeral, menacing but ridiculous.
But, of course, that’s a professor from Harvard, hotbed of unpatriotic leftist dogmatism, at least for the likes of Fox News Channel, Steve Bannon and Rush Limbaugh.
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