Therefore, there can be a principle of 'dogmatization
'--research on EI is conducted only based on the concept of TPB, with the scale by Linan and Chen, with implied permission only to alter the locus of application of the theory.
(46) Islamization is defined here as a dynamic process that aims at the scriptualization, purification, and dogmatization
However, the aftermath of the questionable and colourless compilation of the Bible as well as the dogmatization
of the mystical teachings of Jesus, the Christ, whoever held a Bible or opposed the doctrines of the Ecclesiastic regime would face excommunication or burning at stake or both.
The Stoic dogmatization
of philosophy, though destructive in its ultimate consequences, had the immediate effect of preserving the insight of Classical philosophy against the inevitable defect that philosophy requires "philosophers" if it is to be preserved.
of categories of thought, the formulas, and the gestures
Through such devastation, the collective imagination toppled both material and abstract structures that had attained a certain level of negative formalization and dogmatization
. In valorizing this ritual, Valente suggests that contemporary poetry can find therein a model of positive decreation, a model which, "[f]aced with the crystallization of forms," would establish the "perpetual flow of creative movement; for only in such movement is freedom engendered, not in the fetishization of its results or of its moments" (74).
of reality--its reduction to simplistic distortions, even soundbites (e.g., "mechanical jurisprudence" or "activist judging")--is often the way that knowledge is transmitted most effectively and enduringly.
Later, Cardinal Ratzinger explained that while the teaching on abortion is authoritative and deserves obedience, the encyclical stopped short of the "formality of dogmatization
." However, the fact remains that many, if not the majority of sincere Catholics and Christians do not universally agree with the teaching.
He has been hailed by theological liberalism as the re-discoverer of the Gospel and its liberator from all theological forgeries; after all, doesn't he acclaim the 'historical' Jesus and abjure the whole ecclesiastical process of dogmatization
Philosophy in our days, having exited the center of ideological life and being deprived of its former academic privileges, is less subject to the danger of dogmatization
and the temptation to control other areas of cognitive experience.
by repressive dogmatization
both through private schools, and from the