Thesaurus / dogmatism

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I thought him ten years less, and he spoke with the dogmatism of youth.

The Grey RoomEden Phillpotts

But on the other side the complete solution of this problem leads either to Spinozistic or to Leibnitzian dogmatism.

She talked like a professor, and with all the dogmatism of one.

MeccaniaOwen Gregory

I shall term the thesis, in view of its essential characteristic, the dogmatism of pure reason.

The question has become a real one; not to be answered now by the dogmatism and dialectic of a system.

MiltonSir Walter Alexander Raleigh

It is the dogmatism of death, for example, which we have to avoid.

Materialism he treats as a form of dogmatism based on the appearance of things.

The Gentle ReaderSamuel McChord Crothers

He dreaded the dogmatism of sects and rash definitions of God.

Old Familiar FacesTheodore Watts-Dunton

The dogmatism and pedantry upon which it is based are easily confuted.

American SketchesCharles Whibley

On the ruin of all philosophies and religions Montaigne, like Nietzsche, has built up a dogmatism of his own.

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