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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by none on Today at 06:29:55 AM »
none, can you give an example of a truth that is valid in all contexts?
I haven't been able to think of an example that satisfies all contexts
Off the top of my head I come up with contexts that are impossible, ideal, relevant, irrelevant and I can't reconcile a truth that is cohesive across the spectrum...

well then ditch it.
okay, but I learned it from watching you!
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by Mrjason on Today at 06:28:12 AM »
Does it matter if I know as long as the observed knows?

How can you know that they know if you can't even know that they exist?

Does it matter that I know that they know?
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by eh! on Today at 06:26:21 AM »
none, can you give an example of a truth that is valid in all contexts?
I haven't been able to think of an example that satisfies all contexts
Off the top of my head I come up with contexts that are impossible, ideal, relevant, irrelevant and I can't reconcile a truth that is cohesive across the spectrum...

well then ditch it.
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by One Above All on Today at 06:25:44 AM »
Does it matter if I know as long as the observed knows?

How can you know that they know if you can't even know that they exist?
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by Mrjason on Today at 06:24:52 AM »
But can you really trust your observations? &)

Do I need to?

If you don't, then you can't really know, can you? &)[1]
 1. For the record, this is me in "dumbass solipsist devil's advocate" mode

Does it matter if I know as long as the observed knows?
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by none on Today at 06:20:55 AM »
none, can you give an example of a truth that is valid in all contexts?
I haven't been able to think of an example that satisfies all contexts
Off the top of my head I come up with contexts that are impossible, ideal, relevant, irrelevant and I can't reconcile a truth that is cohesive across the spectrum...
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by eh! on Today at 06:15:57 AM »
none, can you give an example of a truth that is valid in all contexts?
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by eh! on Today at 06:12:32 AM »
if I only exist in your thoughts then I still exist...in your thoughts so my truth claim holds.

further I propose an uber solipsist series;  I exist as thought in "someone's" thoughts who only exists as a thought in the thoughts of yet another "someone"....to infinity if need be, there would never need to be a master thoughter.

the someone's are clearly only imagined beings imagined by another imagined being ad finitum.

why do assume a physical reality is necessary, seems you believe it as a faith claim?
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by One Above All on Today at 06:10:01 AM »
But can you really trust your observations? &)

Do I need to?

If you don't, then you can't really know, can you? &)[1]
 1. For the record, this is me in "dumbass solipsist devil's advocate" mode
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Why is God belief not innate?
« Last post by Mrjason on Today at 06:07:22 AM »
But can you really trust your observations? &)

Do I need to?
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