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Yes, science accumulates factual knowledge, but it is at its best when it generates new and better questions.

In ideologically charged situations, one’s prejudices end up affecting one’s factual beliefs.

Our ancestors evolved in small groups, where cooperation and persuasion had at least as much to do with reproductive success as holding accurate factual beliefs about the world.

Nevertheless, the conjectured process moves on the factual plane from beginning to end.

We cannot compare or contrast distinctions of worth with bare differences of factual existence (I, 2).

The real story, the absolute, factual truth, without any nonsense.

MartyrAlan Edward Nourse

Personally I believe that the work of the intermediate grades should be planned to give the pupil this factual basis.

Craftsmanship in TeachingWilliam Chandler Bagley

She seemed to devour every factual point of imperfection about herself that Pembroke brought to her attention.

The PerfectionistsArnold Castle

Instead of the factual cast, the listeners were about to be treated to a melodrama which was as wild as their favorite romances.

Plague ShipAndre Norton

The last of the internal senses is that of factual memory, the power which retains the judgments made by the faculty preceding.

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