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Group IdentityPlay
Dogma often reinforces a sense of belonging within a group by sharing common beliefs. SlideThe company's dogma fostered a culture where all employees shared the same vision.
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Not PersonalPlay
Dogma is usually impersonal and originates from a collective, not an individual's belief. SlideHis ideas were interesting, but they didn't align with the group's dogma.
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Beyond ProofPlay
Dogmas are often accepted without the need for proof; they're taken on faith or trust. SlideShe followed the party's dogma unquestioningly, trusting in its principles.