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  • 11 years ago
Dr Dorothy Rowe: Why is that important to you?

Dr Dorothy Rowe: Why is that important to you?

We all like to think that we have chosen our beliefs for sensible, logical reasons, be they reasons associated with science or with a special relationship with God. However, the reasons behind our beliefs have more to do with how we see ourselves than with science, reason or God. This is why we cling to certain beliefs even when they are shown to have no basis in fact. http://www.gold.ac.uk/apru/lectures and http://skeptic.org.uk/archive

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