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dogma
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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Definition
a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative by some group
  • In these architectures it seems as though the rigidity of the dogma had spread over the stone like a sort of second petrifaction.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (48% in)
  • Each race writes its line upon the book, as it passes; it erases the ancient Romanesque hieroglyphs on the frontispieces of cathedrals, and at the most one only sees dogma cropping out here and there, beneath the new symbol which it has deposited.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (31% in)
  • And by separating there three series into their component parts, we shall find in the three eldest sisters, Hindoo architecture, Egyptian architecture, Romanesque architecture, the same symbol; that is to say, theocracy, caste, unity, dogma, myth, God: and for the three younger sisters, Phoenician architecture, Greek architecture, Gothic architecture, whatever, nevertheless, may be the diversity of form inherent in their nature, the same signification also; that is to say, liberty, the...
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (44% in)

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