‘The approach is to start by picking at any small corner of an ideal to find a contradiction, weakness or flaw.
‘For a while this must be picked at in isolation, leaving the wider ideal intact (for now).
‘Only once that corner of the ideal is thoroughly frayed do you start to move on to the wider ideal, transposing the language used to pick at the corner to then smear the larger whole.
‘Then, once the whole is damaged by association with the exaggerated flaw, you move from creating that small caricature to applying it to the larger entity to the final phase, referring to that larger entity only as caricature.’
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