Joseph Jastrow Quote

Theories without facts or based on uncritically selected facts are vain, and facts without theoretical interpretation, blind.


In: Joseph Jastrow (ed.), The Story of Human Error, Introduction (p. 33)

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Theories without facts or based on uncritically selected facts are vain, and facts without theoretical interpretation, blind.

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Theories without facts or based on uncritically selected facts are vain, and facts without theoretical interpretation, blind.

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Theories without facts or based on uncritically selected facts are vain, and facts without theoretical interpretation, blind.

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Theories without facts or based on uncritically selected facts are vain, and facts without theoretical interpretation, blind.