Can you give a true reason for preferring truth?
I was asked this today and didn’t have an answer
saying any attempt to debunk UPB reinforces UPB, is the typical argument that any assertion that there is no truth is an assertion about truth and therefore it is paradoxical and debunks itself etc. Is not a huge discovery, it's an "amateurish Kantianism"
What do you think of the excuse "It's not black and white"?
Something we take for granted with good reason. An example of a warranted assumption would be trusting the published bus schedule. The bus should show up as schedule. Another example would be trusting that my key will start my car.
John Vervaeke's community can't agree that our memory of an object can match a physical object. They don't believe we use memory to drive a car.
Can warranted assumptions become True Universals?
Funny thing: higher IQ, more capacity to be NPC.
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