Okay, so a standard is good or bad based on how many people use it?
Not necessarily. A standard without someone using it is just an abstraction---it does no one any good. Why should we accept it in logic when we don't accept it in practice?
So you are rejecting it not based on a standard? It sure looks like a standard.
I reject it because accepting it isn't an option.
It would seem that you reject Marxism because you fails to see how it is any better than your current system.
Actually, I reject it because it doesn't work. That's not an internal inconsistency, though.
My only issue is that pre-commitments don't become into unexamined biases.
What exactly do you mean by unexamined?