Essay:Liberal Intellectualism

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It is interesting to observe how the liberal ideology, and liberal arguments, appeal most to educated, informed persons who are short on intellectual achievements of their own. Put another way, the biggest advocates of liberal arguments are the intellectual wannabees or pseudo-intellectuals.

Examples of not-quite-the-best intellectual promoters of liberal arguments include:

Please add other examples.