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Definition of Dogmatic

Dogmatic

  1. One of an ancient sect of physicians who went by general principles; -- opposed to the Empiric.
  2. Alt. of Dogmatical

Dogmatic Quotations

I have a dogmatic certainty: God is in every person's life. God is in everyone's life. Even if the life of a person has been a disaster, even if it is destroyed by vices, drugs or anything else - God is in this person's life. You can - you must - try to seek God in every human life.
Pope Francis

Everybody feels like an outcast because the world is so large and every fingerprint is so vastly different from one another, and yet we have these standards and beliefs, and dogmatic systems of judgment and ranking, in almost all the societies of the world.
Ezra Miller

All formal dogmatic religions are fallacious and must never be accepted by self-respecting persons as final.
Hypatia

When distant and unfamiliar and complex things are communicated to great masses of people, the truth suffers a considerable and often a radical distortion. The complex is made over into the simple, the hypothetical into the dogmatic, and the relative into an absolute.
Walter Lippmann

Bad religion is arrogant, self-righteous, dogmatic and intolerant. And so is bad science. But unlike religious fundamentalists, scientific fundamentalists do not realize that their opinions are based on faith. They think they know the truth.
Rupert Sheldrake
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Dogmatic Translations

dogmatic in German is dogmatisch, rechthaberisch
dogmatic in Hungarian is dogmatikus