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rigour

(US), rigor
Maths Logic logical validity or accuracy
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Adler challenges the reader to be intellectually honest and to join in a chorus speaking out against the seriousness of this dilemma.
Peace organisations, currently in a senescent phase in Australia, need sources of reliable and comprehensive information to mount intellectually coherent and intellectually honest critiques of policy.
Qoheleth can serve as an example of an intellectually honest treatment of cultural and religious traditions that is itself not above criticism.
What he is not, it seems to me, is altogether intellectually honest about whether his Kurdish ties have skewed his overall view of the Iraq situation.
He was even more candid with the Washington Times, telling the newspaper, "I might rather not have found what we did, but we found it and you can't be intellectually honest and only publish the results you like.
This intellectually honest approach highlights cultural differences in gender roles.
Hollywood won't be ``socially conscious'' or ``progressive'' again until it gets a healthy infusion of fresh, intellectually honest minds - most likely from conservatives who aren't worried that they risk their careers when they come out of hiding.
Science should become more intellectually honest about its metaphysical presuppositions and its involvement in contributing to human value.
Philosophy is not for weak souls, as it strives to be intellectually honest and let the chips fall where they may.
I think if we're going to be intellectually honest here, this really is the kind of thing that Alexander Hamilton was referring to when impeachment was discussed," said Ornstein.
Root seems to overlook the most basic and perhaps oldest school of judicial thought, which dictates reading the Constitution (as any other written law) in an objective and intellectually honest manner.
A reader who is intellectually honest cannot take its points with indifference.