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If we interpret 'following logic' in the mathematical sense, i.e reasoning correctly step-by-step beginning with axioms and arriving at conclusions, then it is still possible to be biased: The bias may be built into the axioms. This is particularly pernicious as of course it is not possible to fix the axioms by purely logical reasoning (where would one ...


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If we look at the title of the question, which is a surprisingly accurate summary of the body: Does following logic necessarily require one to conclude that they are objective and have no bias? we see that we're looking for the truth value of the proposition one follows logic => one is objective && ~(one has bias) It seems at this point that ...


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There are aspects of your question that touches on issues that the Stoics addressed. Liberal political thought is fundamentally concerned with maximizing and liberating the elements that you describe, and early enlightenment thinkers recognized this. The first line of Machiavelli's 'Discourses on Livy' goes like this ' Although the envious nature of men ...


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