I disagree with Sammy's assessment of the critique of dogmatism. The problem with most dogmatics is their unwillingness to consider counter-arguments. Thus, it is the non-flexible nature of the dogmatic rather than the specific truth they are proclaiming that bothers us. Is my assertion that one needs to consider counter-arguments dogmatic? Perhaps, but I don't think so. For if you could provide me with a convincing argument otherwise, I would at least consider it.