a Greek word meaning common belief or popular opinion (the root of words like orthodox and heterodox)
To rub against the grain of the doxa on class, we could say that it is precisely to the extent that the class came to be laminated onto particular ethno-national and racial identities and cultures, and specifically on varieties of whiteness, that class discourse and politics were neutralised
he argues that the form of domination which obtains in the economic sphere – exploitation – possesses primacy over other forms of oppression. Together with his desire to rehabilitate the Cartesian subject, this is a second thesis which sees the philosopher oppose the reigning doxa in ‘western academia’.
inasmuch as these constitute the doxa or the widespread opinions of the current moment, I am certainly not immune to their influence and attraction
sorta defined (you have to assume)