dogmatic character; unfounded positiveness in matters of opinion; arrogant assertion of opinions as truths.
- an·ti·dog·ma·tism, noun
- o·ver·dog·ma·tism, noun
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How to use dogmatism in a sentence
Both Mises and Hayek have been criticized—and, many would note, discredited—for their simplistic dogmatism.Why have two long-dead Austrian economists become cult figures in Brazil? | Samanth Subramanian | March 24, 2021 | Quartz
Instead it is this very dogmatism which has made problem solving so difficult.
That view is essential to a functioning democracy, but alien to an opposition now loyal only to its own self-righteous dogmatism.
The dogmatism and pedantry upon which it is based are easily confuted.American Sketches | Charles Whibley
But on the other side the complete solution of this problem leads either to Spinozistic or to Leibnitzian dogmatism.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography. | Solomon Maimon
The weapons of reason appear to fall impotent before its haughty dogmatism.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V | John Lord
Throughout his metaphysical speculations Galen reproduces and amplifies the Hippocratic dogmatism.An Epitome of the History of Medicine | Roswell Park
The earlier teachings and practice of Salernum were a curious mixture of methodism, dogmatism, and superstition.An Epitome of the History of Medicine | Roswell Park