Best 292 of Bias quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lee Doren

...the most important thing you must remember when dealing with a politically biased professor is to be friendly.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ruby Wax

This disease comes with a package: shame. When any other part of your body gets sick, you get sympathy.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Carl L. Becker

All historians, even the most scientific, have bias, if in no other sense than the determination not to have any.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Lewis

Holding one's self responsible is a critical feature in stigma and in the generation of shame since violation of standards, rules, and goals are insufficient in its elicitation unless responsibility can be placed on the self. Stigma may differ from other elicitors of shame and guilt, in part because it is a social appearance factor. The degree to which the stigma is socially apparent is the degree to which one must negotiate the issue of blame, not only for one's self but between one's self and the other who is witness to the stigma. Stigmatization is a much more powerful elicitor of shame and guilt in that it requires a negotiation not only between one's self and one's attributions, but between one's self and the attributions of others.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

One way or another we are all biased, but still we have the modern cortical capacity to choose whether or not to let the harmful biases dictate our behavior.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Barbara Ehrenreich

I expected, as I approached the corporate world, to enter a brisk, logical, nonsense-free zone, almost like the military - or a disciplined, up-to-date military anyway - in its focus on concrete results. How else would companies survive fierce competition? But what I encountered was a culture riven with assumptions unrelated to those that underlie the fact- and logic-based worlds of, say science and journalism - a culture addicted to untested habits, paralyzed by conformity, and shot through with magical thinking.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Charlotte Blease

research shows that the experiences of patients, and the attitudes of health professionals, is mixed; nonetheless, we conclude that testimonial injustice – the deflation of CFS/ME patients’ testimony on the ground of unjustified negative stereotyping – appears to be a continued problem within mainstream healthcare across a range of settings and countries. Furthermore, it would seem that the testimonial injustice is sustained and also accompanied by hermeneutical injustice because the dominant group (health professionals) may routinely fail to provide adequate training about CFS/ME, leading to prejudiced deflations of patient credibility, and/or an unfair lack of shared concepts with which to make mutual sense of the experience of the patient.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eliezer Yudkowsky

Illusion of transparency: We always know what we mean by our words, and so we expect others to know it too. Reading our own writing, the intended interpretation falls easily into place, guided by our knowledge of what we really meant. It’s hard to empathize with someone who must interpret blindly, guided only by the words. Be not too quick to blame those who misunderstand your perfectly clear sentences, spoken or written. Chances are, your words are more ambiguous than you think.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bill Nye

Despite being more connected than ever before, we’re not particularly generous toward, or understanding of, one another, preferring to hide behind denial and personal bias.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Rod Serling

Bias and prejudice make me angry...more than anything.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rohmatikal Maskur

Senja sejatinya hanya bias. Sedang kamu adalah lakon utama dalam setiap metafora.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Criss Jami

Every exceptional bias against Christianity I find to be evidence for its validity.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

Privilege is when you can afford to sit back and watch as others' rights are trampled upon.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Pearl Zhu

Intuition matters but, pay more attention to the unconscious bias.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Paul Krugman

The media are desperately afraid of being accused of bias. And that's partly because there's a whole machine out there, an organized attempt to accuse them of bias whenever they say anything that the Right doesn't like. So rather than really try to report things objectively, they settle for being even-handed, which is not the same thing. One of my lines in a column—in which a number of people thought I was insulting them personally—was that if Bush said the Earth was flat, the mainstream media would have stories with the headline: 'Shape of Earth—Views Differ.' Then they'd quote some Democrats saying that it was round.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ed Krassenstein

The White House says that the FBI has an "extreme bias" against Donald Trump..... or as the FBI calls it: "Evidence!

By Anonym 19 Sep

George Lakoff

...[T]he whole undertaking of philosophical inquiry requires a prior understanding of the conceptual system in which the undertaking is set. That is an empirical job for cognitive science and cognitive semantics. ... Unless this job is done, we will not know whether the answers philosophers give to their questions are a function of the conceptualization built into the questions themselves.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Frank Turek

The author says those who often claim to be tolerant are tolerant of those who agree with them – which is no one's definition of tolerance.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Keith Geraghty

ME/CFS has been classified as a neurological disease by the WHO since 1969 [59] and a growing number of researchers theorize that ME/CFS might be a neuro-immunological condition [60–63]: yet the BPS framework does not account for ME/CFS as a neurological or immunological disease – instead, much of the pro- BPS model literature on ME/CFS adopts what Nassir Ghaemi terms the ‘eclectic approach’; whereby everything appears important, all bio, all psycho, and all social factors [33]. Yet in clinical practice (the BPS framework), there is strong emphasis on psychological interventions (CBT and GET).

By Anonym 19 Sep

Richard P. Kluft

The summary of Lambert and Lillenfelt’s “Bloodstains” in Scientific American Mind in the October 12, 2007 The Informed Reader passes along many of these authors’ strong opinions on complex and controversial topics without informing the readership that the authors’ perspective is extreme, polarized, and vulnerable to challenge at many crucial points. It is clear that false memories can be implanted in about 25% of subjects, when those memories concern issues in the normal and expectable range of experience. However, about 75% of subjects resist such efforts, and efforts to implant memories of abuse or offensive medical procedures are almost universally rejected. Therefore a wholesale attack against therapies that explore patients’ memories is unwarranted. “Recovered Memory Therapy” is not a school of treatment. It is a slur used to mischaracterize approaches offensive to the authors’ perspectives, designed to evoke an emotional bias against those to whom the slur is applied.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Dick Cheney

I do find that the mainstream media oftentimes is what I would consider off base or has a bias.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

Privilege doesn't just insulate people from the consequences of their prejudice, it cuts them off from their humanity.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lori Lifsey

The most disgusting human trait is bias because it ends of leading to propaganda, hate and violence.

By Anonym 16 Sep

George Orwell

If one harbors anywhere in one's mind a nationalistic loyalty or hatred, certain facts, though in a sense known to be true, are inadmissable.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ashish Patel

Mind is greedy. When you sense the benefits with people who previously thought rubbish about you, the mind forgoes those thoughts and inclines toward those people only to gain optimal benefits.

By Anonym 18 Sep

H. W. Brands

The fact that California was the most cosmopolitan state in the union, as a result of the gold rush, simply made white voters more susceptible to racist and xenophobic arguments.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Our nearness to our problems makes them seem way bigger than they are, while our farness from other people’s problems makes them seem way smaller than they are.

By Anonym 19 Sep

August Krogh

We may fondly imagine that we are impartial seekers after truth, but with a few exceptions, to which I know that I do not belong, we are influenced—and sometimes strongly—by our personal bias; and we give our best thoughts to those ideas which we have to defend.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Clarence Darrow

Ignorance and fanaticism is ever busy and needs feeding. Always it is feeding and gloating for more.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

I've fought for religious freedom and I can tell you that anti-gay 'religious freedom' bills aren't it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Santosh Thankachan

Believers if opt to practice Favoritism will fail miserably to build a relationship of Mutual Trust & True Respect for themselves.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Fools already disagree with what their enemies have not yet said.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Allow your hearts to be driven by principle, not bias. Love, not hate. Unity, not division. The fire of your dreams, not the rain of your sorrows.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michelle Rae Hebl

Although the terminology implies scientific endorsement, false memory syndrome is not currently an accepted diagnostic label by the APA and is not included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th ed.; American Psychiatric Association, 1994). Seventeen researchers (Carstensen et al., 1993) noted that this syndrome is a "non-psychological term originated by a private foundation whose stated purpose is to support accused parents" (p.23). Those authors urged professionals to forgo use of this pseudoscientific terminology. Terminology implies acceptance of this pseudodiagnostic label may leave readers with the mistaken impression that false memory syndrome is a bona fide clinical disorder supported by concomitant empirical evidence.(85)... ... it may be easier to imagine women forming false memories given biases against women's mental and cognitive abilities (e.g., Coltrane & Adams, 1996). 86

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jean-francois Lyotard

... In the discourse of today's financial backers of research, the only credible goal is power. Scientists, technicians, and instruments are purchased not to find truth, but to augment power.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Harold Bloom

Memory is always in art, even when it works involuntarily.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

Whites saying 'make America white again' is like millionaires saying 'make the wealthy rich again.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Be very careful when you judge another human being. Do not measure anybody strictly based on the bad you see in them and ignore all the good. Be wary of any man who intentionally ignores another man's record of deeds or work history simply to impose their own agenda. Such a man's judgment lacks merit and should be disregarded immediately. Without a conscience, there is no truth in them.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Hugo Mercier

[T]wo major features of the production of reasons: it is biased— people overwhelmingly find reasons that support their previous beliefs— and it is lazy— people do not carefully scrutinize their own reasons. Combined, these two traits spell disaster for the lone reasoner. As she reasons, she finds more and more arguments for her views, most of them judged to be good enough. These reasons increase her confidence and lead her to extreme positions.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Samuel R. Delany

It’s not that men and women are identical; it’s just that they are so near identical in all but the political abuses and privileges that are lavished on the one and visited on the other that to talk of ‘innate’ differences as significant, even to childbirth, is to hold up the color of the hair, the strength of a limb, a predilection for history over mathematics or vice versa, as a pre-determining factor in who shall be treated how, with no appeal; while to ignore those abuses and privileges is to ignore oppression, exploitation, even genocide, even while these are shaping conscience, consciousness, and rage.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Harold Holzer

One of Lincoln's intimates as a presidential candidate urged him to make no promises and not to part with those kind words which could be interpreted as promises.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jean-francois Lyotard

A new problem appears: devices that optimize the performance of the human body for the purpose of producing proof require additional expenditures. No money, no proof - and that means no verification of statements and no truth. The games of scientific language become the games of the rich, in which whoever is the wealthiest has the best chance of being right. An equation between wealth, efficiency, and truth is thus established.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Criss Jami

With enough mental gymnastics, just about any fact can become misshapen in favor to one's confirmation bias.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Every single human being is neurologically predisposed to be biased in various walks of life. It is biologically impossible to be absolutely free from all biases, nevertheless, the more a person rigorously trains the self to be rational and conscientious, the more that self becomes strong enough to keep the biases in check, never to let them run rampant over the psyche.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Kamand Kojouri

Prejudice is an act of violence.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Stephen Colbert

It is a well known fact that reality has liberal bias.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Robert Galbraith

He knew more about the death of Lula Landry than he had ever meant or wanted to know; the same would be true of virtually any sentient being in Britain. Bombarded with the story, you grew interested against your will, and before you knew it, you were so well informed, so opinionated about the facts of the case, you would have been unfit to sit on a jury.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ken Ham

It is not a matter of whether one is biased or not. It is really a question of which bias is the best bias with which to be biased.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Cyril Ponnamperuma

Scientists are human—they're as biased as any other group. But they do have one great advantage in that science is a self-correcting process.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Vineet Raj Kapoor

God doesn't listen to me too, but people have their suspicions. सुनता तो रब हमारी भी नहीं, पर लोगों को अल्लाह पे शक बेशक है