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dog·mat·ic school

ancient Greek school or tradition in medicine whose members were the successors to or followers of Hippocrates; they based their conceptions of disease upon the humoral theory and their practice upon experience and sound reasoning, and were comparatively free from fads, speculative theories, and dogma, which the term dogmatic falsely implies.

dogmatic

(dog-mă′tĭk)
1. Pert. to dogma or doctrine, e.g., of a religion.
2. Pert. to the expression of opinions in an uncompromising, arrogant manner.
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The is the government that obdurately refuses to join Partnership for Peace, in spite of the wishes of all the political parties of Cyprus, because it is linked to NATO, which Christofias and AKEL dogmatically dismiss as a criminal, imperialist organisation.
Anastasiades also added that privatisation of public organisations should not be dogmatically rejected.
We had chosen as a country to side with the anti-Western bloc and paid a very high price for this stupidity, which was dogmatically supported by the Kremlin-controlled AKEL.
On the one hand Christofias insists that Ankara holds the key to a solution, but on the other he has dogmatically resisted all attempts to involve Ankara directly in the talks, the ownership of which, he says, must remain Cypriot.
In debate, these are people who, in addition to using the above six techniques, absolutely and dogmatically will not deal with content or substance.
While not by design a theology textbook, this work is dogmatically solid, with a decided accent on the privileges of Mary.
When the current pope spoke of the "dictatorship of relativism" just before being elected, he was warning about the same cool despair that damps our natural fire for truth because it has dogmatically ruled truth out.
Darwinism is hardly the only sect of scientism that deals so dogmatically with dissenters.
The first section addresses the historical origins of Socratic method, the second reexamines Vlastos's analysis of "the Elenchus"; the third section challenges the assumptions of those who read the dialogues dogmatically by focusing on specific dialogues and highlighting the protreptic and deconstructive dimensions of Socrates' philosophizing; finally, the fourth section offers a set of interpretations of the elenchus at work in the Charmides.
But perhaps because he too regularly writes for an audience for whom much of what is contested in the history of political thought is already dogmatically settled, he fails to deliver the books he promises.
I suggest you lied to the police dogmatically and you were emphatic about your lying too,' he added.
Doggone it, dog owners, it seems, you can only express views in one way - dogmatically, which leads you directly to my dog house.