The first law is that the historian shall never dare to set down what is false; the second, that he shall never dare to conceal the truth; the third, that there shall be no suspicion in his work of either favoritism or prejudice.
How many of us are up to this challenge? What do you do to ensure that what you writing is correct and without prejudice? Can it be?
Reference: Sagan, C. (1996). The Demon-Haunted World: Science As a Candle in the Dark. New York: Ballentine Books
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