英 [,aɪdɪ'ɒlədʒɪ; ɪd-]
CET6 TEM4 IELTS GRE 考 研 TOEFL
- ideology: see idea
- ideology (n.)
- 1796, "science of ideas," originally "philosophy of the mind which derives knowledge from the senses" (as opposed to metaphysics), from French idéologie "study or science of ideas," coined by French philosopher Destutt de Tracy (1754-1836) from idéo- "of ideas," from Greek idea (see idea) + -logy. Later used in a sense "impractical theorizing" (1813). Meaning "systematic set of ideas, doctrines" first recorded 1909.
Ideology ... is usually taken to mean, a prescriptive doctrine that is not supported by rational argument. [D.D. Raphael, "Problems of Political Philosophy," 1970]
- 1. To add spice to the debate, they disagreed about method and ideology.
- 2. Such an approach accords with the principles of socialist ideology.
- 3. This encourages reductionist explanations of fascist ideology.
- 4. Chomsky's review is entitled "Psychology and Ideology".
- 5. The ideology has great influence in the world.
[ ideology 造句 ]