1. Espousing, supporting, defending, or professing as good any matter of action ideology religion or belief which you know nothing about in order to appear intelligent, informed, humane, noble, or prestigious.
2. The action of righteously stating one’s position on a matter without sufficient research or knowledge to be responsibly making such statements.
3. The habit of irresponsibly making claims on a debatable issue without the work of educating oneself beforehand; the goal is to look good in the eyes of others.
4. Dishonestly speaking as if knowledgeable about an issue with a firm public statement of opinion. It has the effect of disserving the public discourse on an issue by disregarding verifiable facts.
5. Posing as informed on a topic in order to get others to admire you.polignorant polignorance polignorant correctness