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'''Intellectual dishonesty''' is lying about or concealing one's own beliefs.  
 
'''Intellectual dishonesty''' is lying about or concealing one's own beliefs.  
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[[Charles Murrnd-all of human excellence and that someone with a low IQ is inferior. Second, they are already sure that the black - white IQ difference is predominantly genetic and that this is a calamity -- such a calamity indeed that it must not be spoken about, even to oneself. To raise these issues holds a mirror up to the elites' most desperately denied inner thoughts. <ref>http://www.eugenics.net/papers/mssel.html</ref>
 
[[Charles Murrnd-all of human excellence and that someone with a low IQ is inferior. Second, they are already sure that the black - white IQ difference is predominantly genetic and that this is a calamity -- such a calamity indeed that it must not be spoken about, even to oneself. To raise these issues holds a mirror up to the elites' most desperately denied inner thoughts. <ref>http://www.eugenics.net/papers/mssel.html</ref>
  

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Intellectual dishonesty is lying about or concealing one's own beliefs. I'm Britsh and I can still edit? Whoops, you may need to reconfigure MediaWiki! [[Charles Murrnd-all of human excellence and that someone with a low IQ is inferior. Second, they are already sure that the black - white IQ difference is predominantly genetic and that this is a calamity -- such a calamity indeed that it must not be spoken about, even to oneself. To raise these issues holds a mirror up to the elites' most desperately denied inner thoughts. [1]

Intellectual dishonesty often arises when incentives exist for people to advocate stances that they know to be wrong. For instance, handlers[Who says?] of political candidates may encourage them to adopt positions that will be popular with the people, regardless of what their personal opinions may be.

References

  1. http://www.eugenics.net/papers/mssel.html