Tradition of self-criticism

A tradition of self-criticism might be comprehensible only to self-critical individuals who have developed their own capacity for justice through long, painful process of increasingly severe self-criticism and overcoming of personal flaws, mistakes and profound errors of judgment.

For those who cannot bear negative judgment, criticism and justice is imposed by an outside judge.

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