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Its use became regarded as a sign of uncivility, ignorance, truculence, and superstition.
Here's an example of uncivility by lawyers Cole has noticed:
hence humanity's need for Israel." Maynard counters with "readers hardly need assistance in evaluating these passages and the motivations behind them." In the new uncivility, you can dismiss Jews as being too subjective.