Do you find it easy to judge those outside of your group by worst examples they have to offer? This is easy to do. Within each group you typically find a spectrum, so bad examples are not hard to find. There is a logical fallacy called the strawman in which you create a false image of something you oppose and then point out its bad qualities. The strawman isn’t real, but if you search out the worst of your opponents you have in effect done the same thing and this is a weak argument for the qualities of the group as a whole, betraying prejudice and lacking rigor. If you can’t keep from judging others, judge them by their best rather than their worst.
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