There is a connection and that fact cannot be argued, but one must ask oneself if HIV is always the only cause of AIDS, as the dogmatists
In point of fact, today it is the case that evolutionists are the most stubborn of dogmatists
Thus Pascal conceives the idea of a "letter to induce men to seek God," where men should look for God "among the philosophers, sceptics and dogmatists
, who will worry the man who seeks" (4/184).
or simply less miserable than the one they inhabit" (171), and ends his study saying "Les Miserables is one of the works that has been most influential in making so many men and women of all languages and cultures desire a more just, rational, and beautiful world than the one they live in" If dictatorships or religious dogmatists
still believe they must censure such works today, then the novel, he concludes, is not a dying genre.
I could feel the impatient universalism of the Catholic modernist George Tyrell: "Why can't those earthbound dogmatists
see that the whole point of it all is divine and spiritual?
Point 1 underscores how extreme are these dogmatists
We'll probably never persuade the dogmatists
of the Religious Right, but those occupying the middle ground are probably open to persuasion.
Harrold surmises that if the era's dogmatists
had proposed a more rigorous theology, perhaps the shifting intellectual needs of their generation might have been more readily satisfied.
Maybe meritocratic thinking is too 21st-century for dogmatists
such as K.
Russell argues that, in the battle over evolution, the forces of science successfully painted the clergy as hidebound dogmatists
, clinging to scriptural explanations over the weight of empirical evidence.
The early sceptics took only what could be proved, as opposed to the dogmatists
who believed what suited and was expedient.
We are 'over-emotional'; we get easily confused, worried, terrorized, or discouraged; or else we become absolutists, dogmatists