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The problem with belief systems

February 24, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

The problem with a belief system is that it is built on interlocking argument and is always right.

But it defies logic that anything can be always right. Therefore a belief system is sometimes wrong – but to maintain a belief system, believers have to act in denial of any of it being wrong (because it’s all interlocking); which makes the entire belief system lack credibility.

Better by far to have a disbelief system in belief systems. Since it cannot possibly be always right, that disbelief will sometimes being wrong – and it is the disbelief system that becomes questioned, not the belief.

The logical conclusion is that to believe in anything, start with blanket denial. That’s what I strongly don’t believe.

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