In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He complains that the phrase is ‘too doctrinaire.’
- Jones was often mistaken for a socialist, although the doctrinaire socialists derided him for his belief in Christian brotherhood and opposition to class warfare.
- What impressed me most was his refusal to be doctrinaire, his openness to sharp ideas no matter where on the political spectrum they came from.
- In the 1950's and 1960's, Lincoln became increasingly rigid and doctrinaire, hostile to innovation and change, though no less influential.
- The markets don't believe it is credible for countries to immolate their economies simply to meet the pact's doctrinaire terms.
- I don't think he is doctrinaire or ideological in any sense.
- At this point we must consider a doctrinaire objection.
- Yet doctrinaire democrats don't seem to give a tinker's toss about placing limits on what a legislature (local or global) can divvy or decide.
- What advice do you have for conservative students taking non-science classes taught by doctrinaire liberals?
- Yet, the argument does not come across as ideologically motivated or doctrinaire.
- They are not concerned with complicated doctrinaire considerations, but with a sure instinct are demanding fundamental solutions.
- Skepticism, rather than doctrinaire conviction, provides the only appropriate safeguard against human frailty and desire.
- I think it saddened him to see people obdurate, unwilling to let go of doctrinaire positions instead of facing issues on their merits.
- It may have been written by a wildly doctrinaire author, whose ideas would be revealed as utterly left-field if placed in a context.
- In those days of doctrinaire communism, vanity was regarded as a form of capitalist decadence.
- He had been a Marxist since his early 20s, but his was by no means a rigid, doctrinaire approach.
- They are also two of the body's most doctrinaire conservatives.
- Some commentaries are doctrinaire; others are struggling to make sense of what happened and how the case informs theorizing about family therapy.
- However, he is neither doctrinaire nor derisive toward his opponents.
- He was very much a free thinker, who railed against any sort of doctrinaire approach to politics and problem solving.
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