Yes, but not dogmatically so.
Conservatives oppose rational planning, but do not dogmatically oppose planning that works.
Thus, Hinduism maintains that truth must be sought in multiple sources, not dogmatically proclaimed.
They cite certain hadith (sayings of the Prophet Muhammad) to support their dogmatically anti-dog position.
He added that he prayed every day, although he was in a “dogmatically complicated situation here.”
He thought that Freud, as he later put it, “licensed a spirit of dogmatically rebellious interpretation.”
In effect, Spencer’s utilitarianism was too dogmatically liberal for Sidgwick’s more tempered political tastes.
For lack of a better description, we can call it dogmatic skepticism, because such skeptics dogmatically assert a universal claim.
James’s father, though harmless enough, was a man metaphysically besotted, a true believer, dogmatically sunk in Swedenborgian fogs.
She drew upon a number of great theorists to develop her ideas about social morality but never dogmatically followed in anyone’s footsteps.
At the same time, they required the paper to adhere so dogmatically to a Eurosceptic agenda that editors seemed unable to exercise their normal journalistic judgments.
Second, when responding to objections to the ontological argument such as the ones considered above, Descartes typically does more than insist dogmatically on a unique set of clear and distinct ideas.
…response to Protestant views, the Roman Catholic Church made its position clear at the Council of Trent (1546) when it dogmatically affirmed that the entire Latin Vulgate enjoyed equal canonical status.
In response to Protestant views, the Roman Catholic Church made its position clear at the Council of Trent (1546) when it dogmatically affirmed that the entire Latin Vulgate enjoyed equal canonical status.
One holds her values dogmatically when she takes them to be indisputable and is closed-off to the possibility of taking a critical view of her value commitments that could possibly result in her altering or rejecting them.
That party would be liberal on social issues as well as economics, sceptical about Europe but not dogmatically opposed to all its doings, and capable of producing bolder ideas than Labour has come up with for extending consumer choice in public services.
We must examine how particular values operate in particular scientific investigations and judge whether they are closing off the possibility of discovering unwelcome facts, leading scientists to reason dogmatically, or insulating their findings from critical scrutiny—or rather whether the values are enabling new discoveries.
Because the movie divides politics from cultural life, separates the possibility of documentary from the aesthetic question of the filmmakers’ presence, and links psychology to the economy in a dogmatically determined form, they miss out on the real revolution that was then taking place in France—the rise of a generation that, inspired by new movies, new music, and new art, expected public and political life to reflect its new energies and new desires.
You find that a certain thing which has been set up as a metaphysical entity can either be assumed dogmatically to be real, and then you will have no possible argument either for its reality or against its reality; or, instead of doing that, you can construct a logical fiction having the same formal properties, or rather having formally analogous formal properties to those of the supposed metaphysical entity and itself composed of empirically given things, and the logical fiction can be substituted for your supposed metaphysical entity and will fulfill all the scientific purposes that anyone can desire.
The gigantic reform program required an energetic bureaucracy, which Wang attempted to create—with mixed results—by means of a variety of policies: promoting a nationwide state school system; establishing or expanding specialized training in such utilitarian professions as the military, law, and medicine, which were neglected by Confucian education; placing a strong emphasis on supportive interpretations of Classics, some of which Wang himself supplied rather dogmatically; demoting and dismissing dissenting officials (thus creating conflicts in the bureaucracy); and providing strong incentives for better performances by clerical staffs, including merit promotion into bureaucratic ranks.
- in a narrow-minded dogmatic manner
Example: he is a dogmatically opinionated critic of Modern Art
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The gigantic reform program required an energetic bureaucracy which Wang attempted to create—with mixed results—by means of a variety of policies promoting a nationwide state school system establishing or expanding specialized training in such utilitarian professions as the military law and medicine which were neglected by Confucian education placing a strong emphasis on supportive interpretations of Classics some of which Wang himself supplied rather dogmatically demoting and dismissing dissenting officials thus creating conflicts in the bureaucracy and providing strong incentives for better performances by clerical staffs including merit promotion into bureaucratic ranks