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Synonyms for dogma

blind faith


  • blind faith
  • certainty
  • unquestioning belief
  • arrogant conviction

Synonyms for dogma

a principle taught or advanced for belief, as by a religious or philosophical group

Synonyms for dogma

a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof

a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative

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She comments freely, for example, on Mrs Wilson's pretentiousness, Anna's bad character, Mrs Finn's dogmaticism, Lynn's self-absorption.
Next, I intend to show that fallibilism suffers from what I call a "dialectical weakness" when confronted against scepticism and dogmaticism.
Avoiding anything that might smack of dogmaticism or didacticism, Szymborska prefers to conclude her poems with an admission of ignorance or doubt: "I am," she says, "a question answering a question" (174).
The appeal to (inter-subjectively verifiable or falsifiable)(9) experience is intended to protect intellectual debate and policy formation from dogmaticism.
Finally there was the view of Erasmus, "the father of the Enlightenment,' who had advocated a rational religion which challenged both the authoritarianism of the old church and the dogmaticism of the new church.