belief before reason
No argument makes sense until you are conditioned to believe it.
If a secularist reads every holy text (Bible, Koran, … More lint
You reason toward the truth
Both religious and scientific sects believe: they have faith in their truth.
This requires a series of steps, but without … More lint
rationality implies tolerance
The basic premise of rationality is listening to other people’s arguments (or reality’s realness) to develop your reasons. In listening, … More lint
Faith in Man vs. Belief in Evil
The prevailing sentiment has shifted from “faith in man” to “belief and Evil.”
Once our salvation, progress is now just … More lint
Science doesn’t need your belief
By stating science as a matter of belief or faith one shifts the empirical to the subjective, opening the indisputable … More lint
We all believe something, even if it is nothing.
Our lives are shaped around organizing principles. When our structure is attacked, we either lift the drawbridge or reign fire … More lint
Consider that aesthetics is a distancing from enjoyment to analyze or judge.
True belief has no distance, while aesthetic belief … More lint
Authority Constricts Freedom: Belief is not Truth
Every belief system you follow has an authority that limits your thinking.
True freedom revels in doubt, not belief.
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