Over on Meta Stack Overflow I wrote this answer that starts with the following statement:
we shouldn't care about attitudes of users.
That is not a statement which is true for me or how readers should understand it.
I think I want to make clear that the statement is an hyperbole.
In my first iteration I wrote:
In an over general way stated: we shouldn't care about attitudes of users.
which was declared as quite awkward
Other suggestions were:
In an overly general way
In the end I decided on
Generally (meant as an hyperbole)
but that still feels as not the correct way to state that.
How can I correctly convey in a single, short sentence that my first statement is a broad generalization/hyperbole and not (necessarily) my own opinion?