You have to be suspicious of what people say to you, even when they call them facts. More importantly, you have to be suspicious of what you say to yourself!

“…you have to be suspicious of what people say to you, even when they call them facts. More importantly, you have to be suspicious of what you say to yourself! … the older we get, the less we know about anything; the more facts, opinions, and ideas we collect, the less sure we are of any of them. Besides, we get more and more experience with facts that turn out not to be so.”

Mobs, Messiahs and Markets, P.384

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