Traducción de dogma en Español:

dogma

dogma, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɒɡmə//ˈdɔɡmə/

nombre

  • 1

    (body of belief, tenet)
    dogma masculino
    • Radical innovators challenge the dogmas and the orthodoxies of the incumbents.
    • Faith does, to be sure, have an objective content in the form of the truths that God has revealed, so there have to be dogmas and there has to be a teaching authority.
    • I come to such a sharing not out of belief in old dogmas, but through an interest in the shared revitalisation of our common life and our troubled world.
    • 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.
    • Don't creeds make faith into a matter of doctrines and dogmas?
    • Women activists are concerned about the need to change laws and cultural dogmas, and to encourage women to be aggressive in demanding their rights.
    • This makes it a plain fact that religion can neither be a dogma nor a doctrine.
    • Since Hinduism is a religion without dogmas and has a wide theological spectrum, its real objective is assimilation - religious and cultural.
    • Such shallow and untenable reasoning lies at the heart of many sexist, racist and elitist dogmas.
    • From this was perpetuated the dogma that the private sector would always be more efficient than the public.
    • Buddhism, by contrast, seems to have no rules, no dogmas, no guilt-inducing concepts like sin.
    • The world view of the secular left or hard left is indeed a dogma or a religious faith.
    • Zen has an iconoclastic tendency, and seems to regard the study of texts, doctrines, and dogmas as a potential hindrance to spiritual awakening.
    • On the contrary, you renew your doctrines and dogmas, making them relevant to the times in which you seek support.
    • With absolutely no support from the pulpit, old doctrines and beliefs live on not as dogmas but as customary beliefs and family traditions.
    • Erasmus searched for reconciliation between Faith and Reason, refusing not only the dogmas of Faith, but the dogmas of Reason as well.
    • First, although adherence to a certain way of life may be an important part of being religious, surely that adherence presupposes belief in the truth of some basic dogmas?
    • In a sense it is not the corruptors' fault, they were brought up to inherit the same dishonest dogmas and attitudes as the previous generation.
    • In a free market society, ruled not by a dogma, but by the mammon, it was unnecessary.