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I support the abolition of all religion. You however, only support the abolition of religions other than your own
You think only "non-religious" systems should be tolerated.
You are denouncing others for openly doing what you inadvertantly do.
You seem to fancy your brand of intolerance somehow better because you take issue with even more groups (except yours). Wise up
I'm flattered that you spent time investigating me and sharing your suspicions. Here's a hot tip: If you really want to get someones perspective, ask questions without including personal attacks.
I am interested in the fiscal/monetary policies implemented by his regime.
Had I thougbt your question was asked in good faith I might have had more to say. (Smirks)
So you think white people should embrace race based tribalism and stop feeling responsible concerning the well being of those who aren't "us"?
BTW I have a controversial opinion about certain ethnic groups being considered rightful owners of certain portions of our earth. Might be interesting to debate.
A more reasonable description of knowledge is:
The information (however erroneous or useful) accessible to one or more agents.
Viewing knowledge as "justified true belief" sets us up to view portions of the information we manage as errorless and our thinking becomes more rigid and dogmatically absolutist. Instead of saying "I have justified true beliefs" its better to say "I think I have adequate information".
No. I believe those strories were what some people found inspiring and chose to canonize. My religion is syncretic and has been influenced by various faiths. I think yours is too, but you are so committed to anti-religion rhetoric it would be difficult to get you to admit it.