Some people are 'marginally' right, some are 'relatively' right, some are 'absolutely' right, and the rest are 'actually' right.
Yes, I agree to a "marginal" extent... which is "relative" to the context, but not "absolute" enough to be "actually" applicable.
You're quote is a bit busy and labored. I'd simplify, even at the expense of cutting out what you might want to say. It's more important for a quote to be catchy than for it to contain every bit of info you want to convey.
Here's a catchier alternative to yours, which says something similar to what you're saying:
I'd rather be marginally right than absolutely wrong.
It's even a bit humorous. And shouted at the right person at the right time, almost affectionately sardonic.
A slave has but one master. An ambition man, has as many as there are people who helped him get his fortune. La Bruyere, Jean De
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