Author Topic: Abstraction & Generalization Culture  (Read 533 times)

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Offline Queen LaQueefa

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Re: Abstraction & Generalization Culture
« on: October 07, 2021, 12:06:48 pm »
1. But can you SAY it ?  To an open audience ?  If not then how ?  Why ?

2. But generalizations don't have to mean they cover ALL right ?

1.  Political correctness means sometimes the truth offends people.  I think this is dangerous, burying our heads in the sand to facts, often to protect a minority group that has been exposed to discrimination based on over-generalizations and stereotypes.  So there's good intent with political correctness, but we need to deal with facts and not overreact either way.  The answer is not denying generalizions nor uee them to paint the whole where it doesn't apply.  Let's just deal with facts.

2.  Almost always there's exceptions.  But rarely a generalizion can apply to the whole group.
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