Joyce A. Aros
But can we be sure that the peer...
Wed Dec 07, 2022 13:01 in itself is faultless? There are many history books out there that contain errors and some are subject to influence from myths that have developed, mine own included. Re-examination is always beneficial, I would think.

Can we not trust our own thinking ability, reasoning ability, and reading ability to try and figure out what comes close to truth? Certainly in every instance there are important factions missing and we must try to reason out the logic. I agree it is not always possible, but learning to think for ourselves seems to be getting to be a lost art.

  • Re: It has been said... (edited)B.J., Wed Dec 07 2022 10:26
    The Peer Review process is very important in determining the validity of any research document prior to publication. Whenever I complete a history research document for my history-masters program, my... more
    • But can we be sure that the peer... — Joyce A. Aros, Wed Dec 07 2022 13:01
      • Re: But can we be sure that the peer...B.J., Sat Dec 10 2022 1:15
        One of the first things which I have learned in my history graduate program: How little which I really knew about scholastic research. Also how some historians & history buff’s belief systems and... more
        • The McLaurysSharon Cunningham, Thu Dec 15 2022 8:05
          Discuss with Pam Potter, too, B.J. She, Paul J and the McLaury boys are all cousins!!
        • BJ/ I think we finally agree...Joyce A. Aros, Sat Dec 10 2022 8:35
 some degree on something. But I don't see the McLaurys doing much high finance wheelin' and dealin.'
        • Hey Olds…B.J., Sat Dec 10 2022 1:30
          please remember to empty your vocabulary foley bag prior to posting a philosophical response my friend 😆
      • Peer ReviewB.J., Thu Dec 08 2022 1:21