Faith and Doubt

Faith and Doubt

Faith and Doubt
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I think the significant question next would be then: Are you able to change your view in light of what is irrational about your worldview ?

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

3 thoughts on “Faith and Doubt”

  1. To be perfectly frank if there was conclusive evidence against what I WANT to believe in, I would have to change my mind. I don’t think I could live with dishonesty. Currently there is no such evidence. If it turns out there is no free will, no “mind”, no qualia, no “meaning” other than a universe full of mindless energy/matter, I would not be happy about it but would HAVE to change my worldview. I think we are currently a very, very long way from reaching that point.

    But that of course is mere speculation! Belief also perhaps.


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