Origin of fanaticism
Examples from the Web for fanaticism
In short, these "solutions" represent neither principles nor pragmatism, and instead reflect dangerous phantasms and fanaticism.
And to respond to fanaticism in kind, to give in to its death urges, is to be complicit with it—deeply complicit.
Notice how central the issues of termperament and fanaticism are to Frum's critique.
So the basis for backing a liar is the greater cynicism and fanaticism of the GOP.
His fanaticism was so intense that he was thought to be a government agent and not welcomed into the anarchist circles.
For here again, most unexpectedly, comes antique Fanaticism in new and newest vesture; miraculous, as all Fanaticism is.The French Revolution|Thomas Carlyle
The reaction caused by this final98 outburst of fanaticism must have been fatal to the temple.Pagan and Christian Rome|Rodolfo Lanciani
The fanaticism which would impose words by force is not an ardent but a blind faith.The Heavenly Father|Ernest Naville
It was admirably calculated to kindle the flame of fanaticism, and frequently served as the trumpet to rebellion.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. II (of 3)|Isaac Disraeli
Fanaticism, which feels its weakness and implores the arm of authority, despite itself, acknowledges its defeat.