Now, Felix," said Angel drily, "we are very good friends, you know; each of us treading our allotted circles; but if it comes to intellectual grasp, I think you, as a contented dogmatist
, had better leave mine alone, and inquire what has become of yours.
Well, you lived an obstinate dogmatist
, and you mean to die one," said Summerlee sourly.
You are a sheer dogmatist
, and that's what makes it so marvellous.
Like many Dutch coaches, Advocaat has been painted in some quarters as a tactical dogmatist
, wedded to 4-3-3, but similar things were said of Louis van Gaal early last year and he has been flexible to a fault at Manchester United.
While a dogmatist
might, in fact, be correct, while I am in error, the fact that dogmatists
insulate their errors from correction means that I have, all else being equal, more reason to suspect dogmatists
of error than those who are open to at least the possibility of correction.
Me, being a dogmatist
, asked my professor what the rules of the game were.
If you are a dogmatist
you cannot consider other options because you are solely focused on HIV as the only cause of AIDS.
In the process, he shows how Deleuze evades criticism of being a speculative dogmatist
Is he a bigheaded, pig-headed dogmatist
, or a visionary who just wants to get across views about which he feels passionately?
Of special interest is the chapter that explains "How to Non-Dogmatically Challenge Dogmatic Thinking," with its suggestion that it is not "what" a dogmatist
believes that is problematic; it is "how.
Everything profound loves the mask," wrote Nietzsche, who wanted the new philosopher to be an "attempter," an essayist on the model of Montaigne-in any event, not a dogmatist
Far from a dogmatist
like the citizen or an ivory-tower poet like Dedalus, he absorbs himself everyday in the lives and well-being of others--his wife and daughter, Paddy Dignam's widow and Mina Purefoy, Dedalus himself--reviving the myths of his origin.