"The history of thought is littered with supposedly universal and final schemes which have had something good in them, but have failed lamentably in what they claimed. It has become clear that we can indeed aim to correct partiality by balancing one bias against another, but can never assume that we have finally succeeded in becoming universal. Our knowledge does not consist of pure bits of information, but of world-pictures which balance each other and constantly need modification." — Mary Midgley (from Science as Salvation: A Modern Myth and Its Meaning)
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