Quotes About Science
Scientific skepticism is considered good. […] Under this principle, one must question, doubt, or suspend judgment until sufficient information is available. Skeptics demand that evidence and proof be offered before conclusions can be drawn. […] One must thoughtfully gather evidence and be persuaded by the evidence rather than by prejudice, bias, or uncritical thinking.
– Sue, Stanley (December 1999). “Science, Ethnicity, and Bias: Where Have We Gone Wrong?”. American Psychologist 54 (12). ISSN 1070-1077. Retrieved on 2007-06-05.
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