For centuries the word 'nature' has been used to bolster prejudices or to express, not reality, but a state of affairs that the user would wish to see.
We hew and saw and plane facts to make them dovetail with our prejudices, so that they become mere ornaments with which to parade our objectivity.
What Donald Trump has done is to make it possible for people who had racist, sexist, and all kinds of prejudices and bigotry to put them right out there.
I am very glad I have travelled. Travel improves the mind wonderfully, and does away with all one's prejudices.
I never read a book I must review; it prejudices you so.
Travel ennobles the spirit and does away with our prejudices.
Bad artists always admire each other's work. They call it being large-minded and free from prejudice. But a truly great artist cannot conceive of life being shown, or beauty fashioned, under any conditions other than those he has selected.
And, by the way, one of the most delightful things I find in America is meeting a people without prejudice -- everywhere open to the truth.
I don't like principles. I prefer prejudices.
It is my feeling that a story is not finished until it is read, and that the reader finishes it through his or her life experience, prejudices, worldview and thoughts.
Jon Lee Anderson
If you can find a way to confound people's prejudices, restore the humanity of people, individuals, you restore them to life.