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Without self-knowledge you are not capable of objectivity. Only of rationalization. When you have self-knowledge you know what areas of your judgment are not to be trusted. The only difference is that the higher mathematics of analysis can construct a semblance of balance, continuity and consistency, whereas the exertion of the emotions often presents an image of chaos, contradiction and waste.