He's not ideological as much as he's empathetic.
Technology is rarely, in and of itself, ideological.
Obama’s presidency has muted ideological disagreement within the party.
Trump has turned what is traditionally an ideological fight into a class war.
They thus tend to benefit more ideological candidates (like Sanders) as a result.
I believe that China has viewed us as an ideological foe since 1989 and even before that.
Arguably, he’s not even all that ideological, or he has a mishmash of different ideologies.
Galea includes career interest, clique-ish academic networks, and ideological conflicts of interest.
Trump, he said, is neither “an ideological figure nor a great communicator of a philosophical mind-set.
The Cultural Revolution (1966–76) attempted to enforce ideological orthodoxy, and it too proved disastrous.
Now, experts said, the ideological component has evaporated, but the goal of weakening adversaries remains.
“You can set out a different ideological view once you’ve established competence – that comes first,” said one.
"We should be concerned if we see a growing number of ideological groups are reducing their involvement in electoral politics."
It brings into play a cutting discernment that value distinctions are ideological, that human striving and competitive strife spring from the same source.
Just like previous historical instances of ideological hubris, this has stifled open and honest discussion; in this case about the true meaning of pluralism.
Ms Mirza’s rightward journey began after the RCP underwent an institutional and ideological meltdown in 2000 when Living Marxism was bankrupted in a libel trial.
But by not promoting statistics that make a clear distinction between ideological and non-ideological violence, it undermines trust in the data itself.
The suggestion for more ideological education could be read as the first call for a new campaign for ideological purity, like the campaigns against ''bourgeois liberalization'' in 1987 and ''spiritual pollution'' in 1983 and 1984.
“The power gap is closing, and the ideological gap is widening,” said Rush Doshi, director of the China Strategy Initiative at the Brookings Institution in Washington, adding that China and the United States had entered a downward “ideological spiral” years in the making.
“The regime of the Islamic Republic was able to endure because it was able to maintain the ideological integrity of its elites, through processes of political and ideological vetting,” says Tamer Badawi, an Iran expert at the European University Institute, a think tank based in Italy.
- of or pertaining to or characteristic of an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
- concerned with or suggestive of ideas
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