Doctrines are always vague; it would ruin a doctrine to define it, because then it could be analyzed, tested, criticised, and verified.

William Graham Sumner (1840-1910) American minister, sociologist, anthropologist.
“War” (1903), War and Other Essays [ed. A. Keller (1911)]
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