Definitions cannot, by their very nature, be either "true" or "false," only more useful or less so. For this reason it makes relatively little sense to argue over definitions. If, however, there are discrepancies between definitions in a given field, it makes sense to discuss their respective utility. Peter Berger: The Sacred Canopy. Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion
O jednom zabudnutom prieskume verejnej mienky a udalostiach, ktoré pred šesťdesiatimi rokmi vypukli v Maďarsku.