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accepted What is the connotation or meaning of “exclusive thinking”?
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comment What is the connotation or meaning of “exclusive thinking”?
@jwpat7 Thank you for the response. It's not an exact sentence but what was said was approximately "Religious fundamentalism is exclusive thinking and exclusive thinking should be avoided."
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comment Expression choice for the error of being too exact?
@BillFranke I just imagined that as an example, if someone asked me where I live would be too exact if I told them the number of inches I live from a known city square or so. The normal thing to do would be to state your street address with an error of meters i.e. stating the number of the street you live on. If I instead state exactly on the inch where my street address is then I would be too exact. Again there might be better examples as I was just trying to illustrate the idea. An example that happened for real is that I was showing a project and I was told my solution was "too exact".
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asked Expression choice for the error of being too exact?