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dogmatic (adj) too sure of one's opinions and beliefs.
A person is dogmatic when they are too certain of their opinions being always correct and insists that others accept them, in spite of evidences to the contrary. They refuse even to consider others' opinions, let alone accept them. If you are dogmatic that schooling should begin at the age of seven years instead of at the age of five, you insist that it is correct and any other opinion is wrong. If people insist that religious instruction should form part of the curriculum, they are dogmatic about it.
- Some educationists are dogmatic that what is learnt the hard way alone is worth learning. They feel that anything learnt with ease and without tears, is not at all useful.
- Some are dogmatic even today that Darwinism, being against what is stated in the Bible, should not be taught to young minds at schools.