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Synonyms for inculcate

Synonyms for inculcate

to fix (an idea, for example) in someone's mind by reemphasis and repetition

to instruct in a body of doctrine or belief

Synonyms for inculcate

teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions

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Likewise, liberalism theory is not in fatal tension with efforts to inspire responsible exercise of freedom of expression: for example, "government and other norm inculcators may have a liberalism-based interest in encouraging speakers to observe the habits of civility" in order to secure the conditions for the marketplace of ideas to work as intended, and have ample means of doing so.
Mothers were seen as particularly well-suited to be inculcators of moral values and patriotic values.
fashioned by domestic ideology to be its inculcators, were called upon by younger women to point them toward a properly feminine self-identity" (57).
The explanation is that Robinson has connected with people who believe they've been lied to by the government and the media, that the nation is sliding toward debt and decline, that schools have become inculcators of political correctness, that the culture has been debased, and that the elites who control all these institutions have a condescending attitude toward anyone who won't go along.
Part of the reason why many American founders, including those without any special attachment to the Christian faith, looked favorably on religious establishments is because they saw the churches as inculcators of virtue and thus as underwriters of ordered liberty--a seminal concept in the development of civilization.