"N ow there are four chief obstacles to grasping truth, which hinder every man, however learned, and scarcely allow anyone to earn a clear title to knowledge; namely, submission to faulty and unworthy authority, influence of custom, popular prejudice, and concealment of our own ignorance accompanied by the ostentatious display of our knowledge."
Roger Bacon, Opus Majus.
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Joe Matthews (San Jose State U.), Larry White (East Carolina U.) and I just completed a workshop at PLA’s 2009 Spring Symposium in Nashville. My main role was to present on the LJ Index. But I want to focus here … Continue reading