dogma

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dogma
inak
{i} inanç
{i} dini sistem
doktrin
dini inanç
kesin söz veya fikir
{i} kesin fikir
kaide
state as a dogma
bir doğma olarak devlet
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Hukuk) Kesin olarak ileri sürülen ve her çeşit inceleme ve eleştiri üstünde tutulan görüş
Her inceleme ve eleştirinin dışında tutulan ve değişmez olduğu varsayılan kavram
Doğruluğu sınanmadan benimsenen, bir öğretinin veya ideolojinin temeli yapılan sav, nas, inak
itiraz kabul etmeyen, tüm sorgulama süreçlerinin dışında tutulan önermelerden her biri
Doğruluğu sınanmadan benimsenen, bir öğretinin veya ideolojinin temeli yapılan sav
Doğruluğu sınanmadan benimsenen, bir öğretinin veya ideolojinin temeli yapılan sav, nas
Asla değişmeyeceği kabul edilen mutlak değerleri kabul eden, bu bilgilerin mutlak hakikat olduğunu, inceleme, tartışma yahut araştırmaya ihtiyacın olmadığını savunan anlayış
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İngilizce - İngilizce
A doctrine (or set of doctrines) relating to matters such as morality and faith, set forth authoritatively by a religious organization or leader

In the Catholic Church, new dogmas can only be declared by the pope after the extremely rare procedure ex cathedra to make them part of the official faith.

An authoritative principle, belief or statement of opinion, especially one considered to be absolutely true regardless of evidence, or without evidence to support it

The unforgiving dogma of Stalinism is that what the party leader, however cruel and incompetent, decrees, however absurd, must be accepted as dogma.

a statement of religious faith or duty formulated by a body claiming authority
{n} an established principle, tenet, notion
A concept or principle accepted as absolute truth on the basis of unquestioned acceptance of an authority's statement to that effect rather than on the basis of logical reasoning or demonstrated proof
The rigid belief in a set of rules or practices
Basic beliefs and truths contained in the Bible and the Holy Tradition of the Church as defined by the Ecumenical Councils and the Fathers of the Church Dogma is studied by the field ofdogmatic theology
a ) In Christian theology, teachings derived from Scripture, b ) In Romanist theology, permanent teachings of their church which can not be changed ( COMPARE: Doctrine, SEE: Dogmatics )
A teaching in a religion that is seen as part of that religion's core tradition, spelled out in some specific way that is considered definitive or authoritative Dogmas are common to most religions, and sometimes non-religious systems The Roman Catholic Church still believes it can declare Christian dogma; other Christians do not accept that any one body can issue dogma, or even that there is such a definitive thing as 'dogma' Today, the word 'dogma' has a negative feel to it, because dogmas have been used by those in authority to limit freedom
a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
A generally held set of formulated beliefs
a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative; "he believed all the Marxist dogma" a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
Institutionalized doctrine
That which is held as an opinion; a tenet; a doctrine
any idea, theory, belief claimed as undisputable truth
a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative; "he believed all the Marxist dogma"
Those beliefs held as established or put forth as an authoritative or expert opinion, often contained in a secondary or tertiary source, but that have little or no supportive empirical evidence from primary sources Medical dogma is usually derived from unevaluated biological hypotheses and uncritical observation or experience without recognition of the effects of chance, natural biological variation, and observer bias An unknown but significant portion of medical practice falls into this category Repetition across secondary and tertiary sources or the number of people, whatever their qualifications, that hold this belief does not change the status of such information Most information conveyed in the instructional setting is given in the form of dogma without the associated information necessary to judge its credibility
A doctrinal notion asserted without regard to evidence or truth; an arbitrary dictum
Genus: A set of beliefs Differentia: Accepted on faith
disapproval If you refer to a belief or a system of beliefs as a dogma, you disapprove of it because people are expected to accept that it is true, without questioning it. Their political dogma has blinded them to the real needs of the country. a set of firm beliefs held by a group of people who expect other people to accept these beliefs without thinking about them religious/political/ideological etc dogma (dokein )
A doctrine or a set of doctrines relating to matters such as morality and faith, set forth in an authoritative manner by a church
An authoritative principle, belief, or statement of opinion, especially one considered to be absolutely true
A blind belief in things often without a material base
The doctrines in which one must believe to attain salvation
A formally stated and authoritatively settled doctrine; a definite, established, and authoritative tenet
{i} system of principles; system of religious laws
Christian dogma
Christian teachings, beliefs and tenets of the Christian church
dogmas
plural of dogma
dogmata
plural of dogma
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