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Quotes About Different Communities

"Relying on hard data, committing to open and democratic communication, acknowledging fallibility: these are the central tenets of any system that aims to protect us from error. They are also markedly different from how we normally think—from our often hasty and asymmetric treatment of evidence, from the cloistering effects of insular communities, and from our instinctive recourse to defensiveness and denial." - Author: Kathryn Schulz

Quotes About Neutral Feelings

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"l do not trust easily.So when l tell you l trust you .Please,dont make me regret it." - Author: Simbarashe Dungare

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