Why a dogma can never obtain universal validity.

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Reply Mon 7 Jul, 2008 06:06 am
To my opinion, a dogma can never obtain universal validity, because all humanity's domain,that is obviously void of negation,since there are no opponents,leads to retionality ,which comes in total contrast with dogmatism ,that involves accepting a set of beliefs by force without providing proofs,evidence or enough arguments to support them.
 
 

 
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