Ideologies [noun]

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Acting on a dehumanizing ideology does not require fully believing that ideology.

Social media has made it even easier for someone with a passing interest to find out about militias online, and get involved — even tangentially — in whatever part of the movement fits their ideology and goals.

Extremist ideologies can offer meaning, purpose and a narrative of control when everything feels out of it.

There has never been such a difference between two parties, or two individuals, in ideology, philosophy, or vision than there is right now.

Israel has also the most progressive attitude towards LGBTQ people in the region, despite conservative ideologies.

At the risk of getting a little bit wonky, I want to dig into three of the most commonly used metrics for measuring a senator’s ideology to show you how each of them can be spun.

According to this year’s Martin-Quinn scores, a prominent measure of the justices’ ideology, there is an 82 percent chance that Roberts was the median justice in the term that just wrapped.

So ideologies arose to try to solve the dilemma of a basically static society, and they fought wars.

Free people are not drawn to violent and malignant ideologies -- and most will choose a better way when they're given a chance.

Thence arise ideologies of every sort, as also the generalization of morality in catechisms, in canons and in systems.