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Many people say that it is the intellect, which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is character.
Albert Einstein
With the question of the importance of telling the truth, knowing who is able to tell the truth, and knowing why we should tell the truth, we have the roots of the 'critical' tradition of the west
Michel Foucault

Ideals and Consequential Thought

The truth is that the ideals we introduce into the subject matter of our science are not peculiar to it, nor are they produced by this science itself; rather they are the old, general types of human ideals.
Max Weber
Sociology is socially weak and all the weaker, no doubt, the more scientific it is. (But) any political program that fails the possibilities for action that science can help uncover, can be guilty of non-assistance to a person in danger.
Pierre Bourdieu