You don’t have a right to believe whatever you want to | Aeon Ideas


40 bookmarks. First posted by kdhurley may 2018.


You don’t have a right to believe whatever you want to. Editors’ pick:
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9 weeks ago by p3k
True believers in fakery. Photo by Ben Brooks/Flickr Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the…
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10 weeks ago by flobosg
True believers in fakery. Photo by Ben Brooks/Flickr Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the…
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11 weeks ago by paryshnikov
Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the last resort of the wilfully ignorant, the person who is cornered by evidence and mounting opinion: ‘I believe climate change is a hoax whatever anyone else says, and I have a right to believe it!’ But is there such a right?
science  politics 
11 weeks ago by sandykoe
Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the last resort of the wilfully ignorant, the person who is cornered by evidence and mounting opinion: ‘I believe climate change is a hoax whateve...
pensamiento 
11 weeks ago by Isacin
True believers in fakery. Photo by Ben Brooks/Flickr Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the…
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11 weeks ago by jasenpheffer
Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the last resort of the wilfully ignorant, the person who is cornered by evidence and mounting opinion: ‘I believe climate change is a hoax whatever anyone else says, and I have a right to believ
article 
11 weeks ago by mud
You don’t have a right to believe whatever you want to | Aeon Ideas
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11 weeks ago by jackysee
True believers in fakery. Photo by Ben Brooks/Flickr Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the…
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11 weeks ago by johnrclark
True believers in fakery. Photo by Ben Brooks/Flickr Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the…
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11 weeks ago by daviddemaree
Do we have the right to believe whatever we want to believe? This supposed right is often claimed as the last resort of the wilfully ignorant, the person who is cornered by evidence and mounting opinion: ‘I believe climate change is a hoax whateve...
thinking  conspiracy  truth  deception  politics  epistimology  philosophy 
11 weeks ago by basemaly
DAniel DeNicola, in Aeon: "Consider those who believe that the lunar landings or the Sandy Hook school shooting were unreal, government-created dramas; that Barack Obama is Muslim; that the Earth is flat; or that climate change is a hoax. In such cases, the right to believe is proclaimed as a negative right; that is, its intent is to foreclose dialogue, to deflect all challenges; to enjoin others from interfering with one’s belief-commitment. The mind is closed, not open for learning. They might be ‘true believers’, but they are not believers in the truth."
philosophy  truth  belief  faith 
11 weeks ago by warnick
"Beliefs can be false, unwarranted by evidence or reasoned consideration. They can also be morally repugnant."
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12 weeks ago by poploser
“You don’t have a right to believe whatever you want to” – via
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may 2018 by fredrikeliasson
You have the right to believe what you want – unless it’s morally repugnant or dangerous
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may 2018 by rukku