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dog·ma·tist

(dog'mă-tist),
A follower of the dogmatic school.
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Furthermore, the internal defeasibility condition also opens the door to a darker form of skepticism, skeptical dogmatism, which maintains that many of our perceptually based beliefs are probably false.
Here we see a Hume who rejects all forms of dogmatism, except, of course, his own.
When I first heard about this book, I understood that it was an attempt to rescue anarchism from its own sclerotic dogmatism by reference to the 'Transcendentalist' movement in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century.
The ideals and ideas of hope and aspiration in politics are getting lost on one side by a mission to weaken the state, and on the other by dated dogmatism.
The problem, however, was that her compassion was channelled within the rather steep walls of her religious dogmatism.
Using a case study on cultural production in China, the article shows how China's cultural industry, the television industry in particular, is forced to straddle between political dogmatism and economic pragmatism.
He stated: "By intellectual vices I mean intellectual character traits such as gullibility, closed-mindedness, prejudice and dogmatism.
The President said, challenging the stereotypes and rejecting dogmatism, Iqbal stood for critical inquiry and underscored the need for rethinking to keep pace with the needs of changing times, adding, Allama Iqbal urged Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to lead Muslims of the sub continent in their struggle for freedom.
We must prove that we can overcome the national stereotypes, dogmatism and the lack of political will, Chadjidakis said.
With such behaviour by persons purporting to be pillars of society, the nation will submerge into a deeper morass of dogmatism and corruption.
Marzouki discussed with his guests such issues as the dialogue of religions and its role in deep-rooting human values and rapprochement between peoples, as well as the rejection of extremism, religious dogmatism and terrorism, according to a statement published late on Thursday evening by the presidency.