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|But not because they seek the truth, their goal is to find arguments supporting |
their views.48 Psychologist Jean Piaget showed that young children invariably
think ... Reason itself is fallible, and this fallibility must find a place in our logic.
|I am never upset for the reason I think. - A Course In Miracles Reason itself is |
fallible, and this fallibility must find a place in our logic. - Abbagnano, Nicola Why
does man kill? He kills for food. And not only food: frequently there must be a ...
|Sayings of Great Minds A Nicola Abbagnano Reason itself is fallible, and this |
fallibility must find a place in our logic. Edward Abbey Growth forthe
sakeofgrowthisthe ideology of the cancer cell. A patriot mustalways be ready to
defend his ...
|Reason itself is fallible, and this fallibility must find a place in our logic. Nicola |
Abbagnano ♥ Reason is like an officer when the king appears. The officer then
loses his power and hides himself. Reason is the shadow cast by God; God is the
|(1901-90) Italian philosopher Reason itself is fallible, and this fallibility must find |
a place in our logic. ... Art is permitted to survive only if it renounces the right to be
different and integrates itself into the omnipotent realm of the profane. Culture is ...
|... than the evidence warrants, and sometimes less than the evidence warns. |
apply these to your risk ranking and methods: We feel first and think second. ...
advised, Reason itself is fallible, and this fallibility must find a place in our logic.
|( 22 ) The fallibility in our initial judgment is compounded by the fallibility of the |
faculty with which we would adjust for the initial fallibility; and if we attempt to
adjust for the second uncertainty, a third is introduced, and so on until we find
ourselves in ... Reid, does not lie in the initial assumption - that human judgment
is fallible - but in its conception of 'the rules of logic', ... reason, etc., has gone
wrong, he may, through the use of the very faculty which led him astray in the first
place, correct ...
|In each case, we see the pretensions of a false philosophy, detached from |
sentiment and custom, attempting to find an autonomous standpoint. In each
case, however, pure reason undermines itself; the rationalist philosopher ends
up subverting his own attempt ... Yet, considered as a cause of belief, reason is
plainly fallible, capable of going wrong in various ways. ... to our preceeding
judgment, being founded only on probability, must weaken still further our
evidence, and must itself ...
|In the first place, however, let us ask what portion of our intelligence requires this |
satisfaction. ... Now that which asks whether this intuition be veracious, must
clearly spring from some other portion of our intelligence than the intuition itself.
... When all other faculties, and in a direct operation reason itself, are in a
satisfied state, still reason in its reflex operation ... of steps, however logical they
may seem, unless we can test the inference by appeal to fact that is, unless we
can get at the ...
|No matter how hard and how long people work to overcome their irrational |
thoughts and behaviors, they usually find it exceptionally difficult to overcome or
eradicate them; to some degree they always remain exceptionally fallible in this
... But it seems simpler and more logical to conclude that their fallibility has an
inherent source and that their early conditionability and proneness to accepting
training in dysfunctional behavior itself represents a significant part of their innate