Prejudge Quotes (2 quotes)
Extrasensory perception is a scientifically inept term. By suggesting that forms of human perception exist beyond the senses, it prejudges the question.
In Margaret Mead and Rhoda Bubendey Mιtraux (ed.), Margaret Mead, Some Personal Views (1979), 220.
The spirit of science is not to prejudge, but to give any honest query a fair shake.
In How People Change (1975), 86.