- n. Plural form of absolute.
“But how often can you think of anyone making spiritual or political arguments these days without speaking in absolutes and ending dialog?”
“The problem was that the original commenter was speaking in absolutes about the power of state to spend its own money.”
“One difficulty I sometimes have with your contributions is that when you write, you tend to speak in absolutes and suggest that disagreeing with you suggests some sort of dishonesty.”
“Please don't deal in absolutes, it will always leave you looking like some religious nut. aff”
“I believe in absolutes and absolute truth but do think some things are culturally set and artificially constructed for various reasons and motives.”
“But don't let that keep you from talking-or is it typing (or blogging) - in absolutes ...”
“Of course, Its no fun letting numbers be relative: you have to state them in absolutes, with no context points, so that they sound big and bad so that you can get your political agenda pushed through.”
“Unfortunately, you think in absolutes and so have little understanding of what tolerance is all about.”
“People tend to think in absolutes, rights and wrongs.”
“On the whole, the basic philosophical principles of blind faith in scriptures and total submission to their moral absolutes is considered entirely acceptable to even those nice moderate deus-diddlers.”
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