«But the belief in the possibility of a rule of law, of justice, and of freedom, can hardly survive the acceptance of an epistemology which teaches that there are no objective facts; not merely in this particular case, but in any other case; and that the judge cannot have made a factual mistake because he can no more be right about the facts than he can be right.»

Karl Popper, "Sources of knowledge and ignorance", 1960-01-20.

Attempt to read a book to distract from : epic fail.

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Typo, of course: should be "than he can be wrong".

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