The dogmatic skip identified as such will be considered cheating who can think freely and responsibly.
Not that I fight for imperfection but please do not fight to lose the limited time of life we have.
Seeking perfection is a surefire way to waste time though, to be fair, it can be a way to self-deluded to access the highest levels of efficiency knowing that perfection is unattainable.
In this case the delusion is part of a strategy as long as we are aware that the goal is imaginary and there, not to achieve but to try to approach it as possible.
A search of perfection would expect us to be honest and reliable without losing sight that these behaviors are very difficult to reach even the most disciplined thinkers.
But I can come up with something that would be perfect as not go thinking that this goal can be fully achieved.
When we speak of morality, that is, when we speak of the 'Of or pertaining to the actions or character of the people, from the point of view of good or evil "(1), we should declare our identity ideological (philosophical, religious political), that our interlocutor know if we can think freely or we are obeying some dogma with which we have a commitment to fidelity.
For example: A Catholic, (communist, vegetarian, etc..), You must enter any exchange of ideas by saying "I'm Catholic" so that the caller know you are talking to someone who does not speak for itself but for what it is because think within that dogma.
The dogmatic skip identified as such attempts to deceive regarding it able to think freely and responsibly.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El anonimato ideológico.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.938)