Definition of dogmatism 1 : the expression of an opinion or belief as if it were a fact : positiveness in assertion of opinion especially when unwarranted or arrogant 2 : a viewpoint or system of ideas based on insufficiently examined premisesCan the pro-Nuke world view edge toward dogmatism?
— The Editorial Board, WSJ, 11 Mar. 2021 Like the anti-nuclear world view—and perhaps partly in response to it—the pro-nuclear world view can edge toward dogmatism. — Rebecca Tuhus-dubrow, The New Yorker, 19 Feb. 2021 Preferable would be a mix of innate fear and an anti-virus, pro-social-norm dogmatism.Is dogmatism driving young voters away from the Conservatives?
— Washington Post, 20 Sep. 2019 That same dogmatism has also driven away voters, especially younger ones, who had been drawn to the party by David Cameron’s effort to strike a more socially liberal and inclusive tone. — Washington Post, 20 Sep. 2019