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nonjudgmentalism

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  • n. The attitude of being nonjudgmental.

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Examples

  • The best thing that the new upper class can do to provide that reinforcement is to drop its condescending "nonjudgmentalism."

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  • Finally, law and prostitution are service professions characterized by a principle of nonjudgmentalism.

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  • If Murray believes that wealthy yuppies suffer from creeping nonjudgmentalism, I invite him to spend an hour on

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  • For inclusionists, nonjudgmentalism does not usually extend to those who put up their fences a little closer in.

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  • Overdosing on nonjudgmentalism is a growing problem in the schools.

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  • Both writers believe multiculturalism has played a role in spreading the vapors of nonjudgmentalism.

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  • The pop-therapeutic culture has pushed nonjudgmentalism very hard.

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  • Their statements - nihilistic and repulsive to the core - are self-refuting: On the one hand, they argue that there is no superior truth or "way," but underscoring this claim is 100 percent certainty that their way their nonjudgmentalism is clearly the superior way.

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  • A generation when the halls of divine wisdom become houses of immorality, describing an age when depravity would become acceptable under the new religions of political correctness and nonjudgmentalism.

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  • Thus the supposed nonjudgmentalism of the contemporary academy works against producing humans who can even discuss the notion of the good life.

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