(Adj) A progressive
social environment generally associated with academic and wealthy elites that promotes integration of cultures, but simultaneously and covertly promotes fitting in
within the constraints of that particular social order, and the parameters therein; subversion of liberal social values through prejudice; Unlike fitting in the box, there is a social polygon where angles to fit in are unknown to the outsider.
Liberal angularism is passively learned through years of acquaintance and is hidden from outsiders. Those who learn to be liberal in a liberal angular society accept and passively reject outsiders with no explanation other than prejudice derived from their social polygon.