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conformity to fact or truth

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But creating a platform where everyone has the right to speak their mind can have some negative consequences, and I believe that political correctness curbs these negative impacts.
What's worked for Jesus here is that he didn't say: "Live your life by being politically correct - it'll make the world a much more pleasant place to live", so nobody's really realised that political correctness was his central command.
group 3 (digital camera): purchase, delivery and service warranty for the correctness of things sold for a period of 3 years from the date of acceptance of the goods to be procured no.
Correctness review" implies that the analysis of administrative procedures, like substantive correctness review, should be characterized by an absence of deference.
Political correctness can go too far when it impedes frank communication or masks real meanings.
Twenty years ago Stan D Gaede of Gordon College, author of When Tolerance Is No Virtue: Political Correctness, Multiculturalism and the Future of Truth and Justice, wrote: "The problem with the current approach .
On his suspension by the Tory Party, he adds: "All we had done was pose holding a doll, comment that it was a symbol of political correctness and ask people to discuss the issue.
50 of my cash every year to an organisation that promotes a level of political correctness that should have been knocked out long ago.
It's unfortunately not entirely clear just exactly what he means by "political correctness.
In this paper, we have proposed different quality metrics to check the quality of a CE drawing in terms of its completeness and correctness.
Summary: An anti-racist Halloween campaign from the States has gotten Kipp thinking about the extent of political correctness (or lack of it) here in the Emirates.
The Daily Mail quoted Loughton as complaining that these criminals had gone 'under the radar' because of the unheeding attitude within their community as well as 'political correctness and racial sensitivities' of the authorities outside.
Gradually, political correctness became an umbrella term for all manner of expressions.
Political correctness has brought about a new vocabulary of words into our culture with terms like homophobic, multicultural, Eurocentric, disadvantaged, physically challenged, carbon footprint, sex worker, lookism, fattist, phallocentric, waitron, wimmin, differently abled, and DWEM (dead white European males).
Give us what we the public want and not this silly nanny state of political correctness we seem to have to endure.