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A theory or belief that is formally stated, defined, and thought to be true.
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Unlike the Hertz Chummash, which rejected Higher Biblical Criticism, one may no longer be a comfortable member of Conservative Judaism unless one adopts the method, mood, theology, and dogmaticism of Higher Biblical Criticism regarding the nature of the Torah.
Organized dogmaticism is one of the antinorms of which parapsychology has seen entirely too much in its history.
Shifting his gaze slowly from Andreae in Germany to Hartlib in England, the author of the current study spins a fascinating tale in which the diverse utopian scientific societies of the seventeenth century form a trans national movement that linked scholars, scientists, and thinkers from across the continent into a virtual brotherhood of science, actively committed to overcoming the obscurantism and dogmaticism of previous intellectual inquiry.