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This blinkered view of nature as a man’s world was conceived and promulgated by Victorian men who imposed their values and world view on animals, she says.Lucy Cooke’s new book ‘Bitch’ busts myths about female animals|Erika Engelhaupt|June 14, 2022|Science News
Doing so reflects a blinkered understanding of how inequality operates and perpetuates itself.
She alludes a lot to ambition and wanting fame, the kind of hard-nailed, blinkered ambition that drives actors and actresses.It’s Not Just the Vaccines. Jenny McCarthy’s New Book Offers More ‘Lessons’|Tim Teeman|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead, he carried on with his blinkered views and remained an isolationist.“The Patriarch”: Joseph Kennedy Sr.’s Outsized Life|Jacob Heilbrunn|November 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Paradoxically, the money boom engendered a religion boom—and religion of a particularly blinkered and aggressive sort.
I trudge along like a traveller between high hedgerows; my heart is blinkered so that I am scarcely aware of landscapes.
But Telal was not so easily to be blinkered, and kept to his first judgment.Travels in Arabia|Bayard Taylor
These blinkered letters, with only writing and no touch of live hands, convey so little.
The blinkered black pony came up like a hawk, with two of his own side behind him, and Benami's eye glittered as he raced.The Day's Work, Volume 1|Rudyard Kipling