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But in spite of her popularity, it should never be forgotten that the novel is an art-form, not a medium for doctrinaires.
ESSAYS ON MODERN NOVELISTSWILLIAM LYON PHELPS
The former said that the doctrinaires were decisively defeated in the Dupin dispute, as the Chamber had pronounced against them.
M. Thiers writes from Lille saying that the general electioneering cry is "Down with the Doctrinaires!"
Like the anti-slavery doctrinaires of the forties and fifties, they became mute and useless when slavery struck them in the face.
The Doctrinaires were of all men in the best position to understand the Revolution and to judge it rightly.
LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
The doctrinaires who would split her up and destroy her unity waste their breath upon her.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
We can just as little afford to follow the doctrinaires of an extreme individualism as the doctrinaires of an extreme socialism.
They were stamped as doctrinaires, and what was worse, doctrinaires suspected of a spice of personal animus against old friends.
Only doctrinaires, slaves to formulæ, but blind to reality, could have sanctioned such separatism.
BOLSHEVISMJOHN SPARGO
Only the most hopeless and futile of doctrinaires could have argued themselves into believing anything else.
BOLSHEVISMJOHN SPARGO

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