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That ideology is a connected set of strongly held beliefs based on a few very abstract ideas or principles,such as constitute religions or philosophies.

Is this theory correct?

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    Sra asked you, "What ideology?" You still haven't answered that question. Once you name what ideology you're referring to, someone will be able to say if you're on the right track or not.

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    Thanks for clarifying your statement.

    I'm still confused by what you mean by that ideology. Are you referring to a specific ideology -- or ideologies in general?

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    any ideology

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    Yes! Now I agree with your definition. :-)

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