dogmatism

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the intolerance and prejudice of a bigot

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12) The point, of course, applies not only to dogmatists, but also to soi disant "sceptics, stoics, atheists, etc.
Unfortunately there are those in the Labour Party who still regard such persons as traitors and those dogmatists in the Liberal Party who cannot accept the common ground which they share notwithstanding their different origins.
They should rise up in outrage against dogmatists who want to administer AZT to pregnant women and infants when no adequately controlled studies have been performed to justify this reckless medical practice.
On the other hand, if the Labour Party gets dominated by dogmatists, well it will be out of power for ever.
It could almost be a case of the blind leading the blind except that we can see, unlike you dogmatists, whose search for a non-existent nirvana means the destruction of so much which is good about our society.
This principle, sufficiently disseminated, would demolish for once and all the dogmatists at all levels of private and public discussion who, ignorant of the characteristics left out in any verbal formulation, know 'all about' this and 'all about' that.
Whatever, Britain is fast changing from nanny state to police state, where the dogmatists and fanatics, all fuelled with their own brand of righteous and furious indignation, misuse the law for their own ends.
Far from being smug and fanatical dogmatists, they were in truth "striving to resolve contradictions that, for them, threatened the credibility of witchcraft, demonology, and Christianity itself" (11).
If there is nothing outside intertextuality, joy in intertextuality gets pursued for its own sake With the same "gruesome seriousness" that dogmatists once pursued truth.
One suspects that dogmatists have simply become so accustomed to dogmatizing that appealing to the Bible is just their way of asserting the truth of their opinion, from wherever they got it.
4) From the late 1970s, cultural and political journalists, speech writers, politicians, ideologists, analysts and dogmatists, mentioned him less and less, not wishing to remind themselves or to remind the public of their own misapprehensions and delusions.
And even if we try to teach methods -- methods of inquiry or methods of discovery: how to think, not what to think -- even then we turn out methodological dogmatists.
We should not abandon this to the religious dogmatists.
There is no absolute knowledge and those who claim it, whether they are scientists or dogmatists, open the door to tragedy.
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