ideological

[ ahy-dee-uh-loj-i-kuh l or ahy-dee-uh-loj-ik; id-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ideological

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Other perspectives had ideological, political, or cultural ramifications.

But, as Engels pointed out, Socialism also has its ideological side.

The publishing house then sends it, with a brief description of its ideological content, to the Committee on Art and Culture.

The preamble to the law set the ideological tone of the new system.

This ideological scaffolding is unmistakable in every one of Rolland's dramas.

Alia was responsible for ideological affairs, Kapo for organizational matters, and Spahiu for the state administration.

They were considered essential in order to assure that ideological beliefs were constant and were adhered to without deviation.

Political commissars are carefully selected from the standpoint of ideological reliability.

In this problem certain factors stand forth as preeminent: ideological movements, military and economic factors, governments.

When the system of ideological guidance began breaking down, there was a stampede to get away from it.

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