F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote “the truest sign of intelligence is the ability to entertain two contradictory ideas simultaneously,” and Aristotle said “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” Those who are able to refrain from judgement long enough to genuinely research and weigh the evidence from all sides of a given subject are those most likely to arrive at the truth. Those who instantly resort to knee-jerk ridicule and continue to believe whatever they were first taught are those most easily deceived.
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