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|amount to or result in your having a true belief? Does the desire for truth fit the |
model of the desire for milk? The desire to have a true beliefabout whether or not
p does not by itselfmake sense of believing that p any more than it makes sense
|Belief. Verses. Their. Beliefs. Faith is not a synonym of truth. My belief system |
does not instruct me that it is the one and only and that if I do not follow it, ... The
total of my belief system is, 'Do unto others as you would have others do unto you
|argue both (1) that a certain standard of epistemic justification is correct because |
it is conducive to finding truth, conceived in a certain ... as well, and certainly do
not lean towards odd ontological consequences of an idealistic brand; the
pragmatic theory oftruth need not have such consequences. ... We do not really
know what a coherence theory ofjustification is, nor what a coherence theory of
|I will get so many of these foolish human beings to help me. I will disguise the |
truth and confuse it so they can no longer see the real truth. I will include just
enough of the truth that many will believe different things. And almost all will have
just a ...
|ing faith, and the new birth.31 Kierkegaard, however does not clearly distinguish |
truth from The Truth, and so his view is not ... Jesus says, “IfI had not done among
them the works which no one else did, they would not have sin, but now they ...
|I know of this phenomenon because I have a conviction in what I believe (|
particularly the part about reincarnation/past lives). I have tried not to push my
beliefs on others even when they do not want to hear it. I have a hard time
curbing my ...
|Yes, I said it black man, you don't believe in God. You there, and you there.” Eric |
points to empty seats from the stage. “All ofyou . . . Why? Because if you're not
willing to seek the truth, then you will never face the truth. I don't have to tell you ...
|I certainly would not ask that of you. I understand that this may not be easy for you|
. I have learned so very well how strong this thing called belief can be. And yet
what is belief? It cannot stand up to my truth. But where is this truth today? Not is
|But the self-reflective person at some point will become aware of the dissonance |
if she does not believe her faculties are trustworthy, and will then have to decide
whether to accept the natural belief that her natural desire for truth is satisfiable ...