And not only the pride of intellect, but the stupidity of intellect. And, above all, the dishonesty, yes, the dishonesty of intellect. Yes, indeed, the dishonesty and trickery of intellect.
Another interpretation is that there can be dishonesty to data. When data do not support a narrative, there is no truth. Ignorance is not knowing the data. Dishonesty is stating or believing a story that is not grounded in the data when you actually have looked at the data. Not accepting data is dishonest; nevertheless, there also has to be room for alternative interpretations of data. We are dishonest to the truth when we do not accept alternative arguments that better fit evidence.