[T]he one sin I have come to fear more than any other is certainty. Certainty is the great enemy of unity. Certainty is the deadly enemy of tolerance.
Harris, Robert. Conclave. New York: Vintage Books, 2016, 128.
Though a political liberal with some fairly radical public policy ideas, I can't help but temper my instincts with the conservative wisdom of epistemological modesty here expressed by English novelist Robert Harris.