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If they wanted to make an intellectually honest study of how much insurance would cost consumers they would have called up independent agents in these cities and asked them what was the cheapest insurance they could get," says Detlefsen.
Also highlighting the critical points of American society, the endeavour portrayed by the author in this study is an intellectually honest one and belongs to the line of research on the specific political culture of a given country, without aiming at configuring a comparative dimension.
It is unadulterated bootstrap for anyone -- ISS or its ratings brethren, law or B-school professors, corporate lawyers, governance "watchdogs," or others -- to say that X is "good governance" and that non-X is not, unless cogent, compelling, intellectually honest legal, business, and policy argument, coupled (where applicable) with factual evidence, convincingly demonstrates that proposition.
The Spiral Curriculum is predicated on cognitive theory advanced by Jerome Bruner (1960), who wrote, "We begin with the hypothesis that any subject can be taught in some intellectually honest form to any child at any stage of development.
You have to be intellectually honest that there are changes in the U.
BORGHETTI: If you are an entrepreneur, you have to be intellectually honest with yourself early in your career.
School administrators, teachers and board members must be intellectually honest when confronting the issue of improved accountability systems.
Jerome Bruner wrote, "Any subject matter can be learned in some intellectually honest form by an child at any stage of development.
Objectivity is a state of mind requiring CPAs to be impartial, intellectually honest and free from conflicts of interest.
If academic leaders were intellectually honest, they would stop referring to such speaking as "marketing.
This is a compelling, convincing, superbly researched, intellectually honest, powerful book that has a national and humane face.
It just dawned on me--I couldn't really trust the leaders of this movement to be intellectually honest.
If Palsgraff is the law, this should mean (compel) that if doctrinally and intellectually honest, most guest attack cases be resolved on a motion to dismiss and not shuffled beyond summary judgment under the rubric that foreseeability is a "jury question.
These scholars endorse a global approach to teaching California history as an intellectually honest and socially responsible revision of traditional takes.