Although many Western scientists, scholars and citizens treat the subject with contempt, subjective bias is an inescapable tenet of the human experience. Only if we embrace our own biases, can we begin to see reality past and present alike as it is, instead of as we’ve been taught it must be. This episode recalls the Egyptian Priesthood and story of Priest and Philosopher Giordano Bruno to illustrate how bias can either shackle or set free human consciousness.
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