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I think that’s part of why it’s so hard for us to give up on this idea of human exceptionalism — because if we do abandon that idea, we’d have to change a lot of how we’re living.Jane Goodall reveals what studying chimpanzees teaches us about human nature|Sigal Samuel|July 23, 2021|Vox
The dream job isn’t a destination but a vision to build a franchise around your exceptionalism.For Aaron Rodgers and a new breed of superstar, a dream job is no longer good enough|Jerry Brewer|May 5, 2021|Washington Post
It’s something I call sexual exceptionalism in my book, the idea that for evangelicals oftentimes sexual sin is the worst sin, not racism, not greed, not lack of love for your neighbor.What an Expert on Evangelicals and Sex Says About the Atlanta Shooter's Claim He Had a Sex Addiction|Belinda Luscombe|March 20, 2021|Time
In a welcome way, O’Connell rejects any tendency toward human exceptionalism, a stance rooted in the belief that humans are inevitably exceptional in our intelligence and emotional expression.In the animal kingdom, rituals that connect, renew and heal|Barbara King|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
Our colleagues have warned about the dangers of “pandemic research exceptionalism” in the context of clinical trials for covid-19 agents.Drug companies shouldn’t play favorites in granting access to experimental covid-19 treatments|Amy Nordrum|October 24, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Historically Democrats, like Republicans, believed in American Exceptionalism.
The first is the shared history of the Americas, too often eclipsed by the story of U.S. “exceptionalism.”
Niebuhr “played by the rules” by affirming American exceptionalism, and writing about American innocence.
The SBOE wants Texas students to learn about “American exceptionalism.”
But American exceptionalism has merely delayed secularization, not halted it.Did the Southern Baptist ‘Conservative Resurgence’ Fail?|Molly Worthen|June 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST