Age of Enlightenment for Social Sciences Requires Scientific Honesty

The Age of Enlightenment advanced quality of life through technological revolution in STEM 1. Our ideologically flawed Social Sciences (political sciences, journalism) are in need of such enlightenment to bring an end to disastrous policy decisions based on factually false theories2. Truth, honesty, sincerity is the way, says SINCERITY.NET. Forbidden Truths and dogmatical lies have permeated and destroyed our entire social sciences 3

  1. True Speech is Forbidden, True Facts are Taboo. #DeCriminalizeTrueSpeech: When reporting crimes, it is not permissible to [truthfully] refer to the suspect’s religious, ethnic or other minority membership {GUIDELINE 12.1. by the German Press Council}  4
  2. Scientific Honesty & integrity compromised by PC Antiracist dogma:
    Truthfulness in science should be an iron law, not a vague aspiration. One’s personal faith must not interfere with the pursuit of truth
  3. Fool me twice, shame on me!: Scientists, newspapers, politicians caught lying red handed should lose all credibility forever.
  4. Media Speech Codes #1: USA, Canada, Germany
  5. The Racism Exception to Civilized and Honest Behavior #1: Media 

Age of Enlightenment |Wikipedia

The Enlightenment included a range of ideas centered on reason as the primary source of authority […] The Enlightenment was marked by an emphasis on the scientific method and reductionism, along with increased questioning of religious orthodoxy—an attitude captured by the phrase Sapere aude, “Dare to know”.[6]   Some recent historians begin the period in the 1620s, with the start of the scientific revolution. […] The ideas of the Enlightenment undermined the authority of the monarchy and the Church and paved the way for the political revolutions of the 18th and 19th centuries […]

The Age of Enlightenment was preceded by and closely associated with the scientific revolution.[8]   […] They shifted the attention of the “cultivated public” away from established authorities to novelty and innovation and instead promoted the “enlightened” ideals of toleration and intellectual objectivity. Being a source of knowledge derived from science and reason, they were an implicit critique of existing notions of universal truth monopolized by monarchies, parliaments and religious authorities.   scientific method and reductionism   reason

Reason is the capacity for consciously making sense of things, establishing and verifying facts, applying logic, and changing or justifying practices, institutions, and beliefs based on new or existing information.[1]




Sapere aude, “Dare to know”|Wikipedia

   Sapere aude is the Latin phrase meaning “Dare to know”; and also is loosely translated as “Dare to be wise”, or even more loosely as “Dare to think for yourself!” Originally used in the First Book of Letters (20 BCE), by the Roman poet Horace, the phrase Sapere aude became associated with the Age of Enlightenment, during the 17th and 18th centuries, after Immanuel Kant used it in the essay, “Answering the Question: What Is Enlightenment?” (1784). As a philosopher, Kant claimed the phrase Sapere aude as the motto for the entire period of the Enlightenment, and used it to develop his theories of the application of reason in the public sphere of human affairs.


In the essay, “Answering the Question: What Is Enlightenment?” (1784), Immanuel Kant describes the Age of Enlightenment as “Man’s release from his self-incurred immaturity”; and, with the phrase Sapere aude, the philosopher charges the reader to follow such a program of intellectual self-liberation, by means of Reason. The essay is Kant’s shrewd, political challenge to men and women, suggesting that the mass of “domestic cattle” have been bred, by unfaithful stewards, to not question what they have been told about the world and its ways.


Lie |Wikipedia

A lie is a statement used intentionally for the purpose of deception.[1][2] The practice of communicating lies is called lying, […]   Lying by omission, also known as a continuing misrepresentation or quote mining, occurs when an important fact is left out in order to foster a misconception. Lying by omission includes the failure to correct pre-existing misconceptions. For example, when the seller of a car declares it has been serviced regularly but does not tell that a fault was reported at the last service, the seller lies by omission. It can be compared to dissimulation. An omission is when a person tells most of the truth, but leaves out a few key facts that therefore completely change the story.[6]


  1. STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
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  2. German Press Code: Guidelines for journalistic work as recommended by the German Press Council;

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