Translation of dogmatism in Spanish:


dogmatismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɔɡməˌtɪzəm/ /ˈdɒɡmətɪz(ə)m/

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    dogmatismo masculine
    • The philosophes criticized the ancien regime of religious superstition and dogmatism, hidebound social traditions, and repressive morality.
    • We lack the religious dogmatism and discipline of the other religions who are posing a threat to the very fabric of our religion.
    • Our guiding principle should be to leave behind parochial nationalism and dogmatism, and to promote mutually beneficial cooperation based on equality to enjoy prosperity.
    • While religious dogmatism is always a danger, it is less of a problem for us today than the soft-core spirituality that is its opposite.
    • Another backdrop is the rise of influence of fundamentalist groups and various forms of religious dogmatism.
    • Superstition, cruelty, religious fanaticism, prejudice and medieval dogmatism were all anathema to a wit like Voltaire.
    • It claims conservatism is rooted in phobias that cause ‘fear and aggression, dogmatism and the intolerance of ambiguity.’
    • These days, people think less of John Paul's contribution to the ending of the cold war, and more of his dogmatism, narrow-mindedness and sheer wrong-headedness.
    • This makes it much easier to push a kind of fascist dogmatism onto people who do not make much attempt to question the status quo.
    • For others, it was the beginning of a culture of dependency which intensified over the decades, encouraged by political dogmatism.
    • Nonetheless, popular songwriters ridiculed what they perceived as the inherent dogmatism and moral arrogance of these traditions.
    • Like Galileo's trial before the Inquisition, this was not an argument about truth but a struggle for power, a sign of the religious dogmatism of the Counter-Reformation.
    • Most of us locate ourselves at some point along a spectrum, with religious dogmatism at one extreme and ideological secularism at the other.
    • Their arrogance and dogmatism in pursuit of their political struggle led at one point to a kind of reckless disregard for life.
    • However, she was not nearly as concerned with religious dogmatism as were her siblings.
    • What is holding this research back is not money but dogmatism and narrow-mindedness.
    • In presenting the main outlines of the orthodox theory, he is refreshingly free of the arrogance and simplistic dogmatism that seems to permeate the subject.
    • At the same time, there were clear signs that political repression and ideological dogmatism would be hallmarks of communist power.
    • In this ideological age, the youth movements displayed no small measure of dogmatism and elitism.