Meaning of ideological in English:

ideological

Pronunciation /ˌʌɪdɪəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/

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adjective

  • Based on or relating to a system of ideas and ideals, especially concerning economic or political theory and policy.

    ‘the ideological struggle that underpinned the cold war’
    • ‘Through the most influential houses of the last one hundred years, the ideological course of architecture can be understood.’
    • ‘Now health issues are compounding ideological convictions.’
    • ‘I look at how the field today is situated in view of its history and ideological foundations.’
    • ‘It became an increasingly important ideological tool for the government.’
    • ‘Back then there was an ideological divide over Europe.’
    • ‘The article explores the ideological underpinnings of the movement.’
    • ‘He was chosen for his ideological purity rather than his popular appeal.’
    • ‘Responses to the skills shortage also reveal different ideological agendas.’
    • ‘Schools aren't supposed to promote specific ideological agendas.’
    • ‘Surely here is a clear case where your own ideological bias has led you to report something which is wrong.’