Truth-seeking requires combining the essential Moral assets of honesty and intellectual humility to confront our biases and allow them to be reshaped by high-quality evidence. In this TED Talk, a Canadian epidemiologist talks about the importance of analyzing data closely and being open to allowing quality data to challenge our implicit biases as we seek the truth.
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