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ideology División en sílabas: i·de·ol·o·gy
Pronunciación: /ˌīdēˈäləjē/

Definición de ideology en inglés:


1 (plural ideologies) A system of ideas and ideals, especially one that forms the basis of economic or political theory and policy: the ideology of republicanism
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If I'm a realist, that means I think judges ought to decide cases on the basis of my political ideology.
  • The term Libertarian stands for a political ideology that basis itself on freedom.
  • Finally, a political party is the convergence of a group of people based on their political ideals and ideologies.
beliefs, ideas, ideals, principles, ethics, morals;
doctrine, creed, credo, faith, teaching, theory, philosophy;
tenets, canon(s);
conviction(s), persuasion
informal ism
1.1The ideas and manner of thinking characteristic of a group, social class, or individual: a critique of bourgeois ideology
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Other readings of the text will be based on individuals' contexts and ideologies.
  • But these social ideologies were united in their underlying belief that economic progress was the way to go.
  • He discusses how the readers of crime fiction are caught up in the middle-class ideologies of the individual.
1.2 archaic Visionary speculation, especially of an unrealistic or idealistic nature.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Now the other, perhaps rather obvious point that Jameson raises, is the relation between fantasy and ideology.
  • We have to resist engagement in the concoction of large inspiriting narratives, because they so easily seduce in fantasy or ideology.
2 archaic The science of ideas; the study of their origin and nature.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • It was this discipline that he described as ideology - literally, the science of ideas.
  • Jyishu had studied environmental politics and ideology in college, and had spent a brief spell working on the conservation parks in the Amazon.


Late 18th century (sense 2): from French idéologie, from Greek idea 'form, pattern' + -logos (denoting discourse or compilation).



Pronunciación: /-əˈläjikəl/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • He's drifting rudderless in the wide Sargasso Sea of New Labour's ideological vacuum.
  • Howard on the other hand avoids discussing his ideological point of view like the plague.
  • I should hate them but I've grown up too much and am too tired to hold such naive ideological views anymore.


Pronunciación: /-əˈläjik(ə)lē/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Religion is best when it's not ideologically predictable nor loyally partisan.
  • The first thing to tell our American readers is that we are just as prejudiced about you as the French, though slightly less ideologically.
  • Because people think if people are ideologically opposed, they don't like each other.


Pronunciación: /ˌīdēˈäləjəst/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Their theoreticians and ideologists also reduce civilizations to culture, cultures to religion, and religions to inherently incompatible archetypal constants that vie, clash, and struggle with and against each other.
  • As a politician, Allende always exhibited a Marxist orientation, but he excelled as a practitioner rather than an ideologist or intellectual.
  • As a composer, Mahler, undoubtedly one of the most original artists of his time, was an intellectual and a powerful ideologist.

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