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I'm unclear on how something should, or even can, be both value-free and biased. Can you explain this to me?

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This is an interesting problem that is somewhat circular in argument and somewhat hard to understand but lets start from the beginning:

Value-laden statements make reference to something being good or bad in some way, or are biased by the someone's judgment of what is good or bad. V

Value-free statements about the world contain no ...

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