|theories of, doctrines of -||teachings of|
|(History) principles and methods of the Nazis, doctrines of German National Socialists, belief that the Aryan race is superior to all other races (especially races of color) and that genocide is justifiable||Naziism|
|(History) principles and methods of the Nazis, doctrines of German National Socialists, belief that the Aryan race is superior to all other races (especially races of color) and that genocide is justifiable||nazism|
|(Theology) study of doctrines and beliefs pertaining to the end of the world; doctrine pertaining to the end of the world, doctrines about death and its aftermath||eschatology|
|accepted unwritten Christian doctrines, body of customs, custom or belief, practice, convention, handing down of customs, teachings supplementing Koran, transfer of ownership||tradition|
|actions or doctrines of iconoclasts, breaking of religious images, challenge to tradition||iconoclasm|
|adherent of Lutheranism, member of the Lutheran Church, of the religious doctrines of Martin Luther, relating to Lutheranism||Lutheran|
|adherent of the doctrines of the Bohemian religious reformer John Huss, follower of John Huss||Hussite|
|advocate of Freudian doctrines, concerning role of sexuality in behavior, follower of Freud, of Freud or his doctrines, relating to Freud||Freudian|
|all Protestant churches, belief in Protestant doctrines||Protestantism|
|belief in ideal society, unrealistic aspiration for ideal political and social conditions, utopian ideas or theories||utopianism|
|belief in transmission of divine revelation, doctrines of people who prefer traditional values and lifestyle, respect for tradition||traditionalism|
|Benoit Mandelbrot (born 1924), Polish-born American scientist and mathematician who developed theories on fractals||Mandelbrot|
|Carl Jung (Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist, studied with Sigmund Freud and later developed his own psychological theories)||Jung|
|Christian, Galilaean, Jesus (of Christianity), Jesus Christ, of or pertaining to the Galilee (area in northern Israel); of or pertaining Galileo or his theories (Italian physicist and astronomer), relating to Galilee, relating to Galileo, resident of G...||Galilean|
|conservatism, reactionary principles; conservative political principles and doctrines||rightism|
|determined to use a theory, fanatical, dogmatic; impractical, impractical theorist, theorist who does not consider practical matters when applying his theories, somebody with fixed ideas||doctrinaire|
|deviation from commonly held beliefs or doctrines; view which is different from commonly held beliefs or doctrines, disagreement with established opinions, unorthodox opinion||heterodoxy|
|disagreeing with established opinions, unorthodox, different from commonly held beliefs or doctrines (especially pertaining to religion); holding an unorthodox belief or doctrine||heterodox|
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