Unwillingness to change one's views or to agree.(noun)
The state of being intransigent.(noun)
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Use "intransigence" in a sentence
"It also commended Numsa members for continuing with the strike despite what it called the intransigence and arrogance of employers."
"On Capitol Hill, Democrats seized on the Fed chairman's remarks to criticize Republicans for what they described as intransigence during the debt ceiling negotiations."
"As James Fallows of The Atlantic put it so accurately, Netanyahu is the "Dick Cheney of Israel," characterizing the former vice president as someone who, "mistook short-term intransigence for long-term strategic wisdom, seemed blind and tone-deaf to the 'moral' and 'soft power' components of influence, profited from a polarized and fearful political climate, and attempted to command rather than earn support from allies and potential adversaries.""