dogmatism dogmatism  /ˈdɑɡ mə ˌtɪ zəm/


  • (n) the intolerance and prejudice of a bigot


  1. Such people commit revisionism if others commit revisionism, and if others commit dogmatism, they also commit dogmatism.
  2. Though some Mormons may dislike the Deseret News's dogmatism, that is, nevertheless, the reason for its success.


  • Hundreds of Iranians call for university president to be fired

    Hundreds of students and alumni of Allameh Tabatabai University in Tehran have called for the removal of university president Sadreddin Shariati. In a letter addressed to Iran's new president, Hassan Rohani, the students criticize Shariati's policies, which they summarize as "gender segregation, the promotion of disciplinary committees, a decline in academic quality, dogmatism, suspensions and ...
    on September 1, 2013     Source: Payvand Iran News


  1. "I think the strategy of Hamas, which does not want to recognise Israel's right to exist in the first place, and the extremism, and the fanaticism, and the religious dogmatism, is the enemy of peace," Mr Olmert said, in an interview with an...
    on Jun 19, 2008 By: Ehud Olmert Source: Times Online

  2. The most striking feature of the book, Chambers said, was its "dictatorial tone . . . Its shrillness is without reprieve. Its dogmatism is without appeal . . . From almost any page of Atlas Shrugged, a voice can be heard, from painful necessity,...
    on Nov 13, 2009 By: Whittaker Chambers Source: National Review Online (blog)

  3. "The greater the ignorance" said Sir William Osler, "the greater the dogmatism" and we have seen ignorance and dogmatism marching in lockstep for six years.
    on Jul 30, 2006 By: William Osler Source: Swans

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