But what I hear about the role of women is often inspired by an ideology of machismo.
I have no time to defend petty theives on the basis of ideology.
When it comes to ideology, Warren makes for a rotten heir to Kennedy.
But think more deeply: Congress could make all kinds of laws that aggressively establish an ideology that is not a religion.
Sometimes she does it to defame them, other times to make it seem as if they shared her ideology.
The Fascist ideology cannot therefore look back to the Middle Ages, of which it is a complete negation.
It is a philosophy, an ideology, a way of life, a mentality and a personality.
To Liebknecht all that Carlyle has said about heroes is contrary to ideology and inversion of the truth.
In an age when money is the only ideology – they did not adhere to the party line.
The world of fact in the Confucian ideology does not correspond with the beliefs accepted as fact by the dominant West.
1796, "science of ideas," originally "philosophy of the mind which derives knowledge from the senses" (as opposed to metaphysics), from French idéologie "study or science of ideas," coined by French philosopher Destutt de Tracy (1754-1836) from idéo- "of ideas," from Greek idea (see idea) + -logy. Later used in a sense "impractical theorizing" (1813). Meaning "systematic set of ideas, doctrines" first recorded 1909.
Ideology ... is usually taken to mean, a prescriptive doctrine that is not supported by rational argument. [D.D. Raphael, "Problems of Political Philosophy," 1970]
ideology i·de·ol·o·gy (ī'dē-ŏl'ə-jē, ĭd'ē-)
The body of ideas reflecting the social needs and aspirations of an individual, a group, a class, or a culture.