Definition of Dogmatisms

1. Noun. (plural of dogmatism) ¹



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Definition of Dogmatisms

1. dogmatism [n] - See also: dogmatism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dogmatisms

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dogmatisms (current term)
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Literary usage of Dogmatisms

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1. Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy in England in the Seventeenth Century by John Tulloch (1874)
"Thus at the end of the sixteenth century emerged the rival dogmatisms which ... With the accession of James I., these dogmatisms are seen confronting one ..."

2. Mind and Hand: Manual Training, the Chief Factor in Education by Charles Henry Ham (1900)
"No place in the present order of things for dogmatisms.—Education commences at Birth.—The Influence of Woman extends from the Cradle to the Grave. ..."

3. The Religion of the Universe: With Consolatory Views of a Future State; and by Robert Fellowes (1864)
"The man who could write thus might have promoted the great interests of mankind better than by defending established dogmatisms and supernatural ..."

4. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1892)
"... he shows absolute faith in the inspiration and infallibility of his text ; Imi he has no other dogmatisms, and his books are full of observations always ..."

5. The Contemporary Review (1878)
"But let us examine more in detail some of the now well-worn dogmatisms of the Liberation Society writers. It is curious what effect mere iteration has upon ..."

6. Course of the History of Modern Philosophy by Victor Cousin, Orlando Williams Wight (1856)
"From this draw the conclusion, that there must also have been more or less skepticism in India ; for it is impossible that two opposite dogmatisms should ..."

7. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1824)
"Before we begin, let us give notice —that, as we have declined all benefit of dogmatisms in our own behalf, we must also resolutely insist on disowning ..."

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