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  • n. Alternative form of judgmentalism.

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Examples

  • It holds that others should not be held to Western standards; but since 'cultural judgementalism' is fine when it comes to showing what is wrong with us, modern relativism means that Westerners should refrain from criticizing any culture but their own.

    Spilling the Beans in Paris and London

  • I see a truly happy woman who has found contentment, has lost her judgementalism, has found her groove and who can find common ground with anyone and who can enjoy herself in any situation....take that you 20 year olds!

    Life After 50: When You Look in the Mirror, What Do You See?

  • I was STUNNED at the judgementalism and extreme views out there regarding breastfeeding.

    Breast vs. bottle and mommy judgmentalism

  • Event 2: We say homosexuality is a variant sexuality which does no intrinsic harm to the consenting adults that practice it or anyone else outwith their relationship, rejecting in no uncertain terms your arrant presumption that you have the privilege to impose your morĂ©s on us -- or anyone else, for that matter -- and criticising your judgementalism as ethically retarded.

    An Open Letter to John C. Wright

  • It's not any one thing, like the strollers, or the conspicuous consumption, or the judgmental non-judgementalism, or the proliferation of high-end coffee bars, or the $3MM brownstones, or everybody talking about how much cooler it was in 2005 when Park Slope was REAL--it's all of those things.

    Former Park Sloper Jake Dobkin Hates Park Slope

  • This kind of thing could lead to judgementalism - and that leads, ultimately, to Auschwitz.

    Unthinkable? Banishing breastfeeding guilt | Editorial

  • The one thing that I felt after this interview was another layer of judgementalism dropping from my "church in a box" expectation.

    Multi-Media Monday: Bill Hybels and Bono

  • You are right: the subject at church can hardly be approached without being accused of hypocrisy or judgementalism.

    New Link

  • I was in one social gathering where the remarks were deliberately aimed at me and I was made to be so uncomfortable by their judgementalism.

    New Link

  • In effect we have principles of power and privilege: approbation and modesty become disapproval and sanctimony; tact is inverted into the brusque judgementalism of an overseer entitled to critique their underling; generosity is replaced by reminders of duty; disagreement and antipathy are emphasised to highlight the sympathic, ethical or moral failures of the underling.

    Archive 2008-09-01

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