Famous quote by Bertrand Russell

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I think we ought always to entertain our opinions with some measure of doubt. I shouldnt wish people dogmatically to bel
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"I think we ought always to entertain our opinions with some measure of doubt. I shouldn't wish people dogmatically to believe any philosophy, not even mine"

- Bertrand Russell

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In this quote, Bertrand Russell is advocating for a more open-minded method to opinions and approaches. He is suggesting that we should not be so fast to accept any viewpoint or approach as absolute truth, but rather that we need to entertain our viewpoints with some measure of doubt. He is also suggesting that we need to not be so fast to accept his own viewpoint as outright reality either. This quote motivates us to think critically and to question our own beliefs and the beliefs of others. It encourages us to be open up to new ideas and to be going to change our opinions if presented with new evidence or arguments. This quote is a suggestion that we must not be so quick to accept any viewpoint or viewpoint as absolute truth, but rather that we need to be open to originalities and want to alter our viewpoints if presented with new evidence or arguments.

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Bertrand Russell This quote is written / told by Bertrand Russell between May 18, 1872 and February 2, 1970. He was a famous Philosopher from United Kingdom. The author also have 102 other quotes.

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