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We’ve let our intuition and dogma kind of bias us to the point where we might be missing a lot of important biology.
Michel and Nonardo were discriminated against by society and the dictatorship that governs the country and represses anyone who does not agree with its dogmas.
For Japan, part of the protective dogma has been the idea that the virus is spread most perniciously when people speak loudly or shout.
Andrew Yang agrees with this diagnosis — but not with the rest of the economic dogma.
They added to their own stock of dogma and fetich that of the natives.
THE RELIGIONS OF JAPANWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
What the dogma of immortality was to me I have already described, and with regard to God I was no better.
For him the truth of the Christian dogma is proved sufficiently by the unsatisfying nature of materialism.
On that, of course, had been built an elaborate edifice of creed and dogma, but curiously enough it all fell away now.
DANGEROUS DAYSMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
From that time the people of Boutan no longer believed the dogma relating to the devil's six clutches.
VOLTAIRE'S ROMANCESFRANOIS-MARIE AROUET
These are the main contentions of his book, Literature and Dogma, 1875.

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