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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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Moyn dogmatically opts for the last alternative and leaves us wondering why he nonetheless takes them so seriously.
In reality, he should have welcomed the move as it would dispel doubts that Thailand is being dogmatically self-righteous in its conduct at the border.
Life experience can change one's vision and beliefs, even those held dogmatically.
The Conservatives are dogmatically opposed to regional agencies because they emerged a little over a decade ago out of the then Labour government's ambition to devolve some powers to regional assemblies.
First: it's absurd that the new government is stating that the previous figures for economic growth are ridiculously over optimistic then dogmatically insisting on putting through pounds 6bn of public sector cuts while simultaneously increasing fiscal tightening through tax increases - both will reduce economic growth.
The one criticism I would level at the book is that, like almost all accounts of the movement, it suffers from a considerable lack of critical engagement: is this new anarchism really beyond ideology, or is it in fact simply immersed in its own, often dogmatically rehearsed, beliefs?
The dogmatically disciplined Atelier Populaire, producers of the print, distrusted compromise because it inevitably plays 'into the hands of the Ruling Class.
This will help you see that changing your mind about things is much more powerful than dogmatically going down the route you're expected to take.
This question tragically assumes that methodological naturalism is philosophical naturalism, dogmatically equivalent to scientism and materialism.
My dispute is not with your presentation but with those people who dogmatically maintain that we evolved from some single cell organism to a mudskipper then to a chimpanzee.
For decades, US society has dogmatically marginalized this kind of deliberation.
Although I am sympathetic to Osborne's approach, I do think that a historical reconstruction, such as that employed by Warren, can, if it is not dogmatically elaborated, have great pedagogical value.