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Exclusivism is the practice of being exclusive; mentality characterized by the disregard for opinions and ideas other than one's own, or the practice of organizing entities into groups by excluding those entities which possess certain traits (for an opposite example, see essentialism).

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Main article: Chosen people

Religious exclusivism asserts that one religion is true and that all others are in error.


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