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Hampir seumur ibuku, telah pun dibilang:
"When it comes to matters of belief, each age has its particular set of assumptions which appear to it self-evident (and form the basis of its reasoning), and these assumptions are likely to exclude others which seemed equally self-evident at a different time in history. Reasoning always plays a subsidiary role, for reason does not operate in a vacuum—it works on the material presented to it in the form of basic assumptions that are taken for granted." (Gai Eaton, 1974, 'Knowledge and its Counterfeit')
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