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Synonyms for doctrinaire

Synonyms for doctrinaire

devoted to certain doctrines without regard to practicability


Synonyms for doctrinaire

a stubborn person of arbitrary or arrogant opinions

stubbornly insistent on theory without regard for practicality or suitability

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Oscillating between the fictional imaginary of the insular periphery under the influence of a dictatorship--a space transposed autobiographically in a totalitarian dystopia against which the self reacts by means of resistance writing using allusive symbolic or parabolic subversive codes destructuring the official doctrinarian canon and exile as a space for survival--generates identity dilemmas in the process of self reconstruction.
As such, they are separate phenomena in sports law, in a doctrinarian sense.
There are some rare Nevelsons of later-'60s vintage--not included here--that may be compared to the production of that stern doctrinarian, works Nevelson had fabricated outside the studio.
The financial politics is the resultant of the doctrinarian concept of the leading political force in society at a certain moment.
Such a conflict is a boon for uncompromising doctrinarians and radical ideologues.