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Not only did he neglect to acknowledge that major aspects of his 1899 “The Interpretation of Dreams” had already been articulated by earlier 19th-century pioneers in dream research, he also presented his conclusions in dogmatic and categorical terms.
Many in the West construe Hong Kong through equally dogmatic lenses.
They adore him, partly because he’s hardly the dogmatic type.Global stocks fall, dollar rises as stimulus talks fade and COVID cases spike|Bernhard Warner|October 26, 2020|Fortune
We don’t know if it’s because of politics or dogmatic scientists who refuse to let go of droplets.
It took us into a much more enriching journey, to be honest, than to just sort of be dogmatic about the chase or the case.“People want to believe”: How Love Fraud builds an absorbing docuseries around a romantic con man|Alissa Wilkinson|September 4, 2020|Vox
Demographic changes are making that community less dogmatic, even through the Castro regime remains an oppressive dictatorship.The Liberation of the Lame Duck: Obama Goes Full Bulworth|John Avlon|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sir Nicholas Henderson, who was in the job when Reagan was elected, described him as a dogmatic and simplistic man.
Phelps approach to sharing “good news” was always dogmatic, extreme, and seemingly void of humanity.Fred Phelps May Be Dead, But His Fundamentalist God Lives|Matthew Paul Turner|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After the Democrats backed off the gay families thing, it's a little dogmatic for Republicans to be doing too much meddling now.
He can't pretend that he's a dogmatic right-winger; who would believe him?A Thinner Chris Christie Still Faces Big Political Challenges|Robert Shrum|May 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I will not say that he never showed himself dogmatic and ill-informed, but he was no longer obtrusive and uncharitable.Julian Home|Dean Frederic W. Farrar
They are based upon family papers said to be now in possession of the Charleston Dogmatic Directory.Devil-Worship in France|Arthur Edward Waite
And in enforcing this cardinal truth he is dogmatic and dictatorial, as a prophet and ambassador of the Most High should be.Beacon Lights of History, Volume II|John Lord
Her implicit belief in and obedience to him have increased his self-confidence into a dogmatic assertion of infallibility.At Last|Marion Harland
In some of its articles Mazzini appears at his best,—more tolerant, less dogmatic and theoretical.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
British Dictionary definitions for dogmatic
- (of a statement, opinion, etc) forcibly asserted as if authoritative and unchallengeable
- (of a person) prone to making such statements