Meaning of 井蛙之见

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jǐng zhī jiàn (Trad.: 井蛙之見)
the view of a frog in a well (idiom); fig. a narrow view
Example Sentences
It is best to know one thing than to know ingmost ten thousand things.
"As a law enforcement officer, you can get tunnel vision and only see things from your perspective," he says.
Historians, especially those so blinded by their research interests that they have been accused of "tunnel method, "frequently fall victim to the "technical fallacy.
On this account, the author is trying to take a radical reform on Sung with his humble opinion to provide another perspective in further studying traditional legal culture on non-litigation.
If you cannot travel, seek out people with whom you disagree, and read a newspaper belonging to a party that is not yours.