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 Posted: Sat Dec 1st, 2007 02:31 am
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I think it's vital that we differentiate when the bias is, in fact, the author's and when it may be the reader's.
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Ah, but it is a two-way street, both author and reader are biased.  Believe I touched on the idea of "over-lapping biases" in the SR&S thread.  We may be thinking that the most unbiased author is the one whom shares our own biases.

Whether I agree with an author or not, I get warning flags when I run into one whom wants to do all my thinking for me, lead me by the nose, so to speak.....


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