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But his ascent has given him a blinkered view of the power of talent, ingenuity, and gumption.
Transcendentalists like Emerson were searching for unity in nature, but resisted what seemed to them the blinkered reliance on deductive reasoning and empirical research enforced by encroaching science.
Having served Soviet Russia, Geim knows only too well the risks of blinkered national hubris and isolationism.
There is the path of dictators -- like Egypt's autocratic Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the blinkered and aging royal family of Saudi Arabia, and the corrupt and helpless rulers of Iraq -- all Sunnis.
From the point of view of an opposition party, anything that can get the president so blinkered with rage has merit.
Yiannopoulos is of a blinkered tradition that sees no distinction worth examining between martyrdom and limitations on one’s ability to attack others.
Ulbricht also had the same blinkered view of the consequences of his actions.
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