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The essence of the Liberal outlook lies not in what opinions are held, but in how they are held: instead of being held dogmatically, they are held tentatively, and with a consciousness that new evidence may at any moment lead to their abandonment.
Bertrand Russell (1872–1970), British philosopher, mathematician. "Philosophy and Politics," Unpopular Essays (1950).
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