An Insiders’ View!

  • Shaw M. Akula


Judging, making the right choice is one of life’s important problems. Whether it be on decisions pertaining to life or work; making the call is like tying the bell around a cat’s neck. One may even learn to appreciate the Henkin Semantics but can never claim to be the best judge. It is just a never-ending learning process. Science has its share of instances where good judgment is needed to make correct choices. Basically, you try to limit your errors in making the choices and this is possible by better understanding the situation at hand.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shaw M. Akula
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  1. 1.Microbiology & ImmunologyBrody School of medicine at East Carolina UniversityGreenvilleUSA

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