Definition of dogma in English:
A principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true: the dogmas of faith [mass noun]: the rejection of political dogma
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- He believes that when living in a certain society you should become a real part of it by sticking to its rules, dogmas and principles.
- These are ideologies and dogmas that came for political reasons afterwards.
- Erasmus searched for reconciliation between Faith and Reason, refusing not only the dogmas of Faith, but the dogmas of Reason as well.
teaching, belief, conviction, tenet, principle, ethic, precept, maxim, article of faith, canon, law, rule;
blind faith, unquestioning belief, certainty, invincible conviction, unchallengeable conviction, arrogant conviction
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