Coping with Suppression of Innovative Thought

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Scientific Paper
Title Coping with Suppression of Innovative Thought
Author(s) James DeMeo, Neil E Munch, John E Chappell
Keywords Suppression
Published 1998
Journal None

Abstract

Examples of censorship and suppression are widespread in academia. Great progress has come from tolerance in earth sciences; but harsh intolerance rules in social sciences, vs. natural-environmental influences, and in physics, vs. rationality and objectivity: both involve disdain for common sense. Links between skeptics' groups and establishment science. The situations in Russia and Germany. Discussion on how to cope with the intolerance.