Tag Archives: faith and reason

Against realism

Leah Libresco is stymied at this week's edition of her Pope Francis bookclub. (You won't be able to follow the rest of this without reading that post.) I'm not guaranteeing for my own interpretation here, but I think the problem … Continue reading

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Relevance considered harmful

Third in a series about doubt, rationalization, being mean while debating, and a problem with the empirical assessment of the effectiveness of arguments. Before I go on with the main argument, I'd like to go a little meta. A discussion … Continue reading

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The counter-productiveness of mockery

Second in a series about doubt, rationalization, being mean while debating, and a problem with the empirical assessment of the effectiveness of arguments. In my last post I explained how I used to struggle with my faith a lot more … Continue reading

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My crisis of faith

I'm aware that my continuously starting new series' and then letting them linger unfinished for ages is getting ridiculous. But I can't help myself. This new series is about doubt, rationalization, being mean while debating, and a problem with the … Continue reading

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