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You don’t have to have a long track record in healthcare or science reporting, but you do have to be determined, prepared to challenge preconceptions, and be comfortable asking for help and taking guidance.
Our preconceptions can also cause us to find supernatural evidence in garbled noise or blurred images.
WHY DO WE SEE GHOSTS?JAKE BITTLEOCTOBER 6, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The prevailing conception, however, has been adopted without examination; it is a preconception.
The experiences gained by the Americans in the Civil War helped to confirm this preconception.
Now, in that preconception lies the capital blunder incident to the question.
Not for the truth in them, but for the grace, or because they touched the spring of some preconception or some passion.
He works in a noble freedom from prejudice and preconception, uncorrupted by custom as he is untrammelled by tradition.
AUDREY CRAVENMAY SINCLAIR
His persuasion is a work of preconception rather than of perception.
But against her knowledge of me and her quick wit no preconception could hold out long.
THE KING'S MIRRORANTHONY HOPE
Otherwise, if there is no such universal necessity, neither can any preconception be a sign of a necessity which exists not.

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